Behavioral Health Manager

Posted: January 24, 2018

Carver County is now accepting applications for a Behavioral Health Manager.

This position provides overall leadership, management and oversight of comprehensive mental health programs and services to residents of Carver County including an outpatient program, a crisis program, and a community support program for residents with serious and persistently mentally ill adults and families, and senior services. This position will facilitate implementation of federal, state and local agency policy to provide effective service to county residents in a fiscally responsible manner. The pay range is $88,441.60 - $132,662.40.

Please go to by 2/12/18 for more details or to apply.


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