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We hope you will consider a career with us at Spectrum Healthcare!

We are an equal opportunity employer and committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, clients, patients, volunteers, and vendors. Spectrum Healthcare is also a drug- and tobacco-free environment. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of their position.

See below for current open positions. We are growing, so check back frequently!

5 Career Opportunities at Spectrum Healthcare


New Posting Care Manager - SMI Services
Phoenix, AZ85302

The Case Manager - SMI coordinates treatment activity, participates in client staffing, implements treatment plans, provides rehabilitation services, provides general healthcare management activities, and maintains client records. As healthcare reform advances and health homes become the norm, the Case Manager - SMI is required to expand their capacity in healthcare navigation, build on existing skills in behavior health change, and gain a better understanding of the common health problems and basic interventions for individuals with mental illness and those with chronic health problems.
The Case Manager - SMI interacts with clients and staff in a culturally competent manner that takes into account factors such as age, developmental or acquired disabilities, religion and spiritual orientation, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, indigenous heritage, national origin, gender, and gender identity. Enhances professional growth and keeps informed of evidence-based practices in behavioral health field related to populations served and modalities used to include working knowledge of DSM V, and its criteria for mental health disorders. Follows policies and procedures and performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.
The Case Manager - SMI assists with managing internal requests for providers and assists with coordination of high-needs cases among the department providers. Assists and coordinates with hospital discharges within the department and is responsible for providing a high level of crisis assessments and intervention in community settings.
The Case Manager - SMI is a full-time, non-exempt, hourly position typically working Monday through Friday business hours (some flexibility may be offered) and works on-site and in the community. Local travel will be required and company vehicles will be provided and/or mileage will be reimbursed.


New Posting High Needs Care Manager Children's Services
Phoenix, AZ85302

The High Needs Care Manager - Children's Behavioral Health coordinates treatment activity, participates in client staffing, implements treatment plans, provides rehabilitation services, provides general healthcare management activities, and maintains client records. As healthcare reform advances and health homes become the norm, the Case Manager - Children's Behavioral Health is required to expand their capacity in healthcare navigation, build on existing skills in behavior health change, and gain a better understanding of the common health problems and basic interventions for individuals with mental illness and those with chronic health problems.
High Needs Care Manager - Children's Behavioral Health interacts with clients and staff in a culturally competent manner that takes into account factors such as age, developmental or acquired disabilities, religion and spiritual orientation, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, indigenous heritage, national origin, gender, and gender identity. Enhances professional growth and keeps informed of evidence-based practices in behavioral health field related to populations served and modalities used to include working knowledge of DSM V, and its criteria for mental health disorders. Follows policies and procedures and performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.
High Needs Care Manager - Children's Behavioral Health assists with managing internal requests for providers and assists with coordination of high-needs cases among the department providers. Assists and coordinates with hospital discharges within the department and is responsible for providing a high level of crisis assessments and intervention in community settings.


New Posting Child and Family Therapist - Prescott
Prescott, AZ86305

The Child and Family Therapist performs a wide variety of clinical care activities, as directed. Conducts diagnostic evaluations to assess and assign clients to appropriate levels of care and conducts individual, family, and group services, as needed. This individual develops and implements treatment plans, provides case management services, and performs coordination of clinical care activities. The Child and Family Therapist provides clinically appropriate risk assessment and crisis intervention services. This position has the responsibility to maintain high utilization of time in direct service.

**This is an in office opportunity.**


New Posting High Needs Care Manager Crisis - Yavapai County
Cottonwood, AZ86326

The High Needs Care Manager, Crisis, under professional supervision, coordinates treatment activity, participates in client staffing, implements treatment plans, provides rehabilitation services, provides general health care management activities, and maintains client records. Crisis Response High Needs Care Managers are primarily responsible for providing a high level of crisis assessments and intervention in community settings. Must be able to travel county wide and provide in home services to high risk youth within the community.


New Posting Care Manager - Children Services - Phoenix
Phoenix, AZ85302

The Case Manager - Children's Behavioral Health coordinates treatment activity, participates in client staffing, implements treatment plans, provides rehabilitation services, provides general healthcare management activities, and maintains client records. As healthcare reform advances and health homes become the norm, the Case Manager - Children's Behavioral Health is required to expand their capacity in healthcare navigation, build on existing skills in behavior health change, and gain a better understanding of the common health problems and basic interventions for individuals with mental illness and those with chronic health problems.
Case Manager - Children's Behavioral Health interacts with clients and staff in a culturally competent manner that takes into account factors such as age, developmental or acquired disabilities, religion and spiritual orientation, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, indigenous heritage, national origin, gender, and gender identity. Enhances professional growth and keeps informed of evidence-based practices in behavioral health field related to populations served and modalities used to include working knowledge of DSM V, and its criteria for mental health disorders. Follows policies and procedures and performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Case Manager - Children's Behavioral Health assists with managing internal requests for providers and assists with coordination of high-needs cases among the department providers. Assists and coordinates with hospital discharges within the department and is responsible for providing a high level of crisis assessments and intervention in community settings.
The Case Manager - Children's Behavioral Health is a full-time, non-exempt, hourly position typically working Monday through Friday business hours (some flexibility may be offered) and works on-site and in the community. Local travel will be required and company vehicles will be provided and/or mileage will be reimbursed.