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To apply for a position with SEKMHC, please email your resume and application to jobs@sekmhc.org. Please include the job title in the subject line.

You may download our application here and include that in your email.

If you would prefer to mail application, please send to: Southeast Kansas Mental Health Center, Attn: Human Resources, PO Box 807, Iola, KS 66749 .

You can also drop off your application/resume to any of our locations! To find the addresses, please click on the locations tab!

Background check documents:

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KBI Manual Record Check Request

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Current Openings:

Outpatient Therapist (Neosho County/Woodson County)– Full-Time. Requires successful completion of regionally accredited university graduate school program and university affiliated training program.  Current license issued by the Kansas Behavior Sciences Regulatory Board and which license holder is a Qualified Mental Health Professional as defined by the State of Kansas.  Valid Kansas Drivers License. Intake and treatment needs assessments, treatment plan development, consultation and education, crisis intervention, referral to other programs, etc. Requires organized individual and timely completion of records. EOE.

Outpatient Therapist (Bourbon County)– Full-Time. Requires successful completion of regionally accredited university graduate school program and university affiliated training program.  Current license issued by the Kansas Behavior Sciences Regulatory Board and which license holder is a Qualified Mental Health Professional as defined by the State of Kansas.  Valid Kansas Drivers License. Intake and treatment needs assessments, treatment plan development, consultation and education, crisis intervention, referral to other programs, etc. Requires organized individual and timely completion of records. EOE.

School Based Therapist (Bourbon and/or Linn County)– Full-Time. Requires successful completion of regionally accredited university graduate school program and university affiliated training program.  Current license issued by the Kansas Behavior Sciences Regulatory Board and which license holder is a Qualified Mental Health Professional as defined by the State of Kansas.  Valid Kansas Drivers License. Intake and treatment needs assessments, treatment plan development, consultation and education, crisis intervention, referral to other programs, etc. Requires organized individual and timely completion of records. EOE.

SEKA Children’s Aides needed for our after-school and summer program!  Allen, Anderson, Bourbon, Linn, Neosho, and Woodson Counties– rewarding work with children in a teamwork setting. 12-20 hours per week, Monday-Friday. Must have valid driver’s license, 18 years of age, and personal vehicle. Drug screen required. For more information, contact: Ashley Adamson or email: jobs@sekmhc.org. Applications can also be dropped off at any of our location. EOE/AA

SEKA Coordinator (Linn County)- part time, approx 15-20 hours per week, Mon-Fri. Must have valid driver’s license, 18 years of age, and personal vehicle. Drug screen required. For more information, contact: Ashley Adamson or email: jobs@sekmhc.org. Applications can also be dropped off at any of our location. EOE/AA

Attendant Care (Allen County and Neosho County)– Part-Time, Two Positions. Approx. 20 hours per week. Must have valid driver’s license, 18 years of age, and personal vehicle. Drug screen required. EOE

Now hiring for After School SEKA in all six counties!! This program runs Mon-Thurs (daytime hours). Approx 20 hours per week.

**Attention Intern/Practicum Students!! If you are interested in an internship/practicum, we will need the following items: completed job application, completed background check documents, hours needed, supervision needed, name of school, dates/times available, locations interested in, etc. Submit all documents/information to: jobs@sekmhc.org and put ‘Internship’ in the subject line. Our next step would be to schedule an interview. Additional questions? Please contact Human Resources