Mental Health Manager - Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center - Sheridan, WY

Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center

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We are seeking a leader who embodies our values of compassion, integrity, and respect and will inspire their team to continue to provide the best services they can to our clients and community.


  • The Mental Health Manager (Sheridan County Manager) is responsible for overseeing programs and professionals for the mental health, substance abuse, and psychosocial rehabilitation programs in Sheridan, WY, assuring community-based services are provided when clinically indicated.
  • Must demonstrate dependability, adaptability, and initiative in work ethic and attitude, adapting to clinical, programmatic, and administrative needs.
  • Responsible for proactive management and administration of behavioral health programs that are aligned with agency goals and objectives.
  • Demonstrates provision of the highest quality services to clients in the Sheridan County offices.
  • Provides part-time direct service to clients through individual and/or group therapy based on the agency's clinical needs.
  • Provides regular clinical supervision focusing on coaching for growth and development of supervisees to build clinical competency skills and overall professional growth goals of the supervisee.
  • Provides regular administrative supervision focusing on performance goals and providing the necessary tools, support, and engagement to manage caseloads and meet agency expectations.
  • Responsible for managing agency performance priorities for supervisees.
  • Utilizes best practices for providing clinical supervision and coaching for performance.
  • Attends to crisis and safety needs of clients as requested by clerical or clinical staff.
  • Assists other clinical staff with crisis or client safety situations using solid clinical judgment and solid risk formulation.
  • Participates in regular quality assurance activities including chart review committee, and ensures follow-through with staff conducting reviews and making corrections.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Master's degree in behavioral health field (i.e. Counseling, Social Work, etc.)
  • Must have 2 years of clinical supervisory experience
  • 5+ years experience in the provision of mental health and substance abuse services
  • Licensed in WY or ability to gain licensure in WY as Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT)
  • Proficient in basic computer programs, and willing to learn electronic records systems applications.


  • Competitive Compensation Plan
  • Extensive Benefit Package
  • Vacation Leave
  • Sick Leave
  • Paid Holidays
  • Wyoming Retirement System (State Pension Program)
  • Professional Liability Coverage
  • and much more!

Learn more about Sheridan, WY

Our Community

Sheridan is nestled at the foot of the beautiful Big Horn Mountains of northern Wyoming. Located along interstate 90, the community offers ease of access to outdoor living as well as travel and tourism with the ability to jump on the highway to visit Yellowstone National Park or venture east to Mount Rushmore. This family-friendly community has excellent school districts, low crime rates and a “small-town feel” still packed with activities, culture, and fun for any outdoor enthusiast, arts and humanities devotee, or eclectic shopper.

Hours generally are from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday.
Full-time employees are eligible for an excellent benefit package the first of the month following commencement of employment. This outstanding package includes medical/Rx, dental, vision, life insurance, and retirement plans. Annual leave, sick leave, and holidays are also awarded. The Center covers workers' compensation, professional liability insurance, staff development opportunities, and an accredited e-learning program.
Nichole Adams, Human Resources Manager

Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center
909 Long Drive Suite C
Sheridan, Wyoming, 82801


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