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We are always looking for Talent

At Building Hope, we are always looking for incredible individuals who are passionate about mental health and have the right skills, drive, and personality to help us power up.  We are committed to building an equitable culture that is inclusive and embraces every person and their unique contributions.  Our mission is to create a community that cultivates empathy, connection, and understanding. 

Does this sound like you? If so, we want to hear from you!

Building Hope Opportunities

Bilingual Program Coordinator

Building Hope is currently hiring a part-time employee to serve as the Building Hope Bilingual Program Coordinator. 

Job Description: This position will be responsible for consistent and coordinated service delivery of Building Hope’s Scholarship Program for Spanish speaking residents in Summit County. This will include simple referrals, scholarship issuing, appropriate program meetings and serve as a liaison for Building Hope and the Spanish speaking population.  While there is specific programming that will be coordinated by this position for our Spanish speakers, primarily, we are an organization that is dedicated to delivering programs and materials through inclusive avenues for all community members.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate all scholarship issuing needs for Spanish speaking referrals – including intake appointments, tracking and follow up, and evaluation survey collection
  • Serve as primary contact for Spanish speaking clients who contact Building Hope for simple referral information and coordination 
  • Work with Mental Health Program Manager and Mental Health Program Coordinator as a part of the Referral and Coordination team
  • Maintain effective working relationships with community partner provider community, specifically those who service the Spanish speaking community
  • Attend relevant Building Hope and community partner meetings, when necessary 
  • Provide positive modeling of stigma reduction of mental health needs within the Spanish speaking community


Position Qualifications: 

  • Previous experience with direct program coordination and direct service delivery
  • High School Degree or GED completion
  • Bachelor’s degree in human services or related field or previous experience in mental health and human services related field encouraged
  • Spanish speaking required; native Spanish speakers encouraged to apply


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Ability to work in a cooperative, collaborative, and creative way with diverse teams and community organizations to achieve goals, ensure excellent service delivery and maintain program fidelity
  • Ability to be empathetic, validate, and provide compassion to all clients that seek support
  • Ability to be resilient, manage boundaries, be conscious of burnout and prioritize self-care while providing support
  • Highly organized, ability to multitask, possess positive time management and organizational skills, and create balance within a busy environment
  • Self-driven, motivated, detail-oriented, creative problem solver
  • General knowledge of mental health conditions and local mental health resources 
  • Cultural competency and educated on issues of stigma against disenfranchised groups and minorities

Benefits: Benefits for part time employees include:  Mental Health Scholarships, 403B retirement benefits, PTO and Sick Time and flexible work schedule.  

Compensation: Salary Range:  $25 – $28 per hour DOE

To apply please send a cover letter and resume to Kellyn Ender at


Connectedness Event Coordinator

Responsible for the development and coordination of 4-6 community connectedness events and 4-6 HYPE events each month. As much as possible, strive to set a calendar of events at least 3-6 months out.  

Time: Full Time

Duties include:

  • Communicate with Connectedness Facilitators on scheduling events throughout the year, develop, event content, and summarize event content for Marketing. 
  • Curate new Events based on community proposals and recruiting facilitators based on community interest. Work with new facilitators to develop content and coordinate review with the Building Hope Program Manager for approval. 
  • Coordinate with event venues (primarily county-owned facilities) to reserve dates and times. Most venues seek reservations up to 6 months in advance. 
  • Understand and coordinate logistics required for each event to ensure technical support for A/V and other special needs, including event recording; manage after hours entrance/exit of building are covered according to venue policies. 
  • If virtual events are required, work with the Marketing team for Facebook Lives and Video uploads. 
  • Ensure understanding and compliance with latest Public Health Orders at all gatherings
  • Create and Manage Events in Ticketing System (Eventbrite) ensuring that data reporting needs are met. 
  • Provide On-Site Event Support
  • Coordinate collection of feedback from attendees through administration of a survey (online or paper) and provide summarized feedback to facilitators. 
  • Address any questions the facilitator may have regarding event coordination, venue rules, and invoicing. 
  • Working with the Volunteer Administrator, coordinating with Event Ambassadors for events regarding report time, unique duties. 
  • Serve as Event Ambassador if no volunteer ambassador is available. 
  • Coordinate/Support Special events such as fundraisers and events where Building Hope is a charitable beneficiary. 
  • As a member of the Events Team, produce inputs for a monthly Calendar of Events and coordinate with the Marketing Team. Attend weekly events team meetings and be prepare with any needed materials or information
  • Attend weekly staff meetings with Building Hope staff


Benefits: Benefits for Full-Time employees include:  Health Insurance, including dental and vision, Mental Health Access, 403B retirement benefits, PTO and Sick Time and flexible work schedule.  

Compensation: Salary Range:  $51,000 – $56,000 annually DOE

To apply please send a cover letter and resume to

Community Partner Opportunities

UnitedHealthcare - Youth Behavioral Health Facilitator-Telecommute Summit County Co w/$1500 sign on bonus

UnitedHealthcare is a company that’s on the rise. We’re expanding in multiple directions, across borders and, most of all, in the way we think. Here, innovation isn’t about another gadget, it’s about transforming the healthcare industry. Ready to make a difference? Make yourself at home with us and start doing your life’s best work.(sm).
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Mile High Behavioral Health - Family Support Partner

The Family Support Partner (FSP) is a full-time position at Mile High Behavioral Healthcare (MHBHC) in Summit County. This position is designed to provide intensive levels of direct support to families in the Summit County area. Often, but not always, the Family Support Partner is a graduate of Wraparound and should always be a family member of a person with complex emotional or mental health needs and system experience.
For more information

Mile High Behavioral Health - Behavioral Health Supervisor

Under the supervision of the Director of Public Health and Community Engagement and the Chief Clinical Officer, the successful candidate will be responsible for treating clients within outpatient and enhanced outpatient behavioral health treatment. This position would oversee clinical, case management and peer staff as well as manage client intakes and referrals to support Summit County.
For more information

Family Intercultural Resource Center (FIRC) Positions
Administrative Assistant

Grants Manager

For more information on all positions

Vail Health - Behavioral Health Patient Access Representative II

Responsible for patient-facing registration and associated tasks which include information collection, validation, and requisitioning of orders and services. Insurance-related tasks include verification, collection of co-payments, and associated paperwork. For More Information

Summit Community Care Clinic - SBHC Integrated Behavioral Health Provider
Position Summary: The Integrated Behavioral Health Provider acts as an independent
clinician who provides behavioral health counseling to children, adults, and families in a
school-based health care setting. The integrated behavioral health provider works closely
with primary care providers, dental providers, psychiatry, and school systems in treating
behavioral health conditions. As a part of the primary care team, the Integrated Behavioral
Health Provider will provide comprehensive diagnostic and behavioral health services
including brief assessments, interventions, psycho education, referrals, and consultations
for patients in school-based health clinic settings. Integrated Behavioral Health Providers
work from a systems and community perspective to formulate treatment conceptualizations,
interventions, and case management goals.
For more information about the position and to apply-
Summit School District - Project Thrive Coordinator
SUMMARY OF JOB DESCRIPTION: The Project Thrive Manager will be responsible for the design, creation, and launch of a county-wide effort that will coordinate, enhance, and further develop accessibility to high quality programming to benefit elementary-age children during out of school times.  The position will work with existing after school, recreation, and enrichment programs to coordinate and publicize program options, remove barriers to accessing existing services, and design future program opportunities.  This position is grant funded through Vail Resorts and the Summit Foundation through the 25-26 school year.  For More Information and to Apply

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