FolkTime benefits include a generous PTO accrual package, 10 paid holidays, medical, vision and dental insurance for full-time employees, short- and long-term disability, flexible spending account, employee assistance program and 401K.
FolkTime is looking for a new Executive Director. This position invites a collaborative, inclusive, and strategic thinker to lead the organization. FolkTime is a peer-to-peer program that connects people with the shared experience of living with mental health histories through peer support and community based activities. Focusing on wellness and recovery, FolkTime serves people from any behavioral health system. For more information, or to apply, click here.
Folktime is looking for a new Peer Support Specialist. The Peer Support Specialist position will facilitate the development of recovery skills and provide opportunities for individuals to direct their own recovery process and support the learning & utilization of skills needed to foster recovery. For more information or to apply, click here
FolkTime is looking for a Peer Support Specialist that will primarily work with the Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCRT) and will be expected to be available for multiple outreaches in the community. This position works collaboratively with Clackamas County Behavioral Health’s Crisis Teams at CMHC using a trauma-informed, holistic recovery model to support individuals with whom may be experiencing crisis or distress. For more information or to apply, click here.
Folktime is looking for a Communications and Development Coordinator. The successful candidate will be responsible for working with the administrative team to create both internal and external communications, develop administrative systems to streamline processes, lead/ participate in agency committees as needed, and attend administrative meetings in order to stay informed about programmatic changes. For more information and to apply, click here
FolkTime is looking for a Youth Peer Support Specialist. This person will work collaboratively with the Clackamas County Behavioral Health’s Child and Family team at Hilltop Clinic using a trauma-informed, holistic recovery model to support youth receiving mental health services. The Youth Peer’s role is to support the youth, to help them engage and to actively participate on their team or treatment process. For more information and to apply, click here.