Rose Hill Center is a residential rehabilitation program in a campus setting for adults with severe and persistent mental illness. Rose Hill is located on over 400 acres in Holly, MI and considered to be a therapeutic farm community. The program provides medication support, education, and training to help people from all over the country achieve their highest level of independence. The program is accredited through the Joint Commission and licensed by the State of Michigan.

Residents are supported in their individualized goals through work team activities, group therapies, and engagement in social activities. Employees at every level demonstrate the ability to engage residents in a welcoming, hopeful, empathetic manner regardless of illness or phase of recovery and use of principles of trauma informed care and a willingness to support and assist residents with trauma related issues.

All applicants should be aware of the following:

  • Valid drivers’ license required
  • Drug test will be conducted
  • Fingerprint background check will be conducted


Rose Hill has a competitive benefits package available to full-time employees after the eligibility period.

  • Non-profit organization eligible for Public Service Loan Forgiveness
  • 401(k)
  • 401(k) matching
  • Dental insurance
  • Flexible spending account
  • Health insurance
  • Health savings account
  • Paid time off
  • Referral program
  • Free meals

Please note: We regret that we are unable to acknowledge every resume we receive, and therefore we will contact only those with whom we would like to schedule an interview. Thank you

You may apply by clicking the link or sending your resume and letter of intent to

Medical Nurse

To assist the clinical staff and Doctors’ in the medical care of the residents.  Act as a liaison between staff and Doctors. Uphold standards of nursing practice and the standards of The Joint Commission.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Note and process orders from Doctors
  • Document medication changes in charts and medication book
  • Fax medication changes to pharmacy
  • Review lab results, medical reports and facilitate follow up as indicated
  • Act as primary contact with pharmacy, lab, physicians and other medical professionals
  • Give injections (on call), draw blood, get urine samples, monitor weights and assess blood pressures on a regular basis
  • Document in the medical record as necessary
  • Complete nursing assessments
  • Attend to medical needs of residents as needed
  • Consult and assist in managing complex medical illnesses
  • Complete at least 24 hours per year of formalized professional development and training annually
  • Oversee compliance with The Joint Commission
  • Other duties as assigned

Job-related Competencies:

  • Able to Directs the activities of the treatment team to effectively manage the medical issues of the individualized treatment plan
  • Demonstrates ability to Contributes to individualized treatment plans based on comprehensive assessment
  • Demonstrates good understanding of the therapeutic resources available in the Rose Hill program and in the community
  • Demonstrates good understanding of the medications used at Rose Hill Attends to the medical needs of the residents and facilitates appropriate referrals
  • Demonstrates the ability to properly attends to the medical needs of the residents
  • Oversees all medical issues to assure necessary follow-up activities are completed in a timely fashion



  • A current/valid Michigan Nursing License
  • Ability to communicate (oral & written) effectively in a multi-disciplinary setting
  • Ability to follow written and oral instructions
  • Ability to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of the residents
  • Capable of handling emergency situations
  • Certification in CPR and First Aid



Admissions Coordinator

Support the admissions and marketing functions through communications with referral sources, families and prospective residents.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

  • Answers, responds to, and screens incoming inquiries regarding services offered by Rose Hill Center and provide additional information and direction for next steps.
  • Provide application and releases of information forms to prospective resident, families and referral sources.
  • Schedule and conduct on-site tours / visits for prospective resident, families, and referral sources.
  • Enter data regarding inquiries and maintain CRM database.
  • Maintain CRM database of former residents and their families.
  • Assist in establishing strong and effective external relationships with community-based marketing entities relating to referral development, admissions, and potential partnerships with programs and services.
  • Research and initiate contact with new referral sources, in coordination with supervisor.
  • Develop and maintain database for on-going contact; develop a process for continuous, on-going contact with families who have expressed interest in Rose Hill.
  • Maintain referral files / schedule professional visits in coordination with Outreach.
  • Maintain other program information and files.
  • Appropriately represent Rose Hill on and off site.
  • Coordinate with participants in external events.
  • Serve on Admission / Marketing Committee.
  • Maintain minutes of the Admissions Committee meetings.
  • Create and maintain monthly reports used by the admissions department.
  • Prepare correspondence to families regarding decisions made by the Financial Assistance Committee.
  • Other duties as required.

Secondary Functions and Responsibilities:

  • Serves as backup to the Intake coordinator to complete initial resident documentation on day of admission.
  • Serves as backup to the Intake Coordinator to coordinate entire day of admission: meeting with nurse to review medications, meeting with controller to review financials, complete preauthorization, schedule first meeting with case manager, etc.

Administrative Functions:

  • Maintain current knowledge of and implement Rose Hill’s policies and procedures.
  • Assure current procedural manual covering essential job functions.
  • Utilize various computer software programs and implement systems to track contacts and admissions.
  • Maintain confidentiality of all corporate, client, and staff information.
  • Follow and enforce all established quality, safety, and sanitation guidelines.
  • Participate on committees as assigned.

Job-related Competencies:

  • Work collaboratively and interdependently with residents and families, staff, and external entities to accomplish positive census and public relations results.
  • Demonstrate strong interpersonal skills.
  • Professional and appropriate use of English language, verbally and in writing.
  • Demonstrate strong organizational skills in project management; consistently meets sensitive deadlines.
  • Demonstrates flexibility and is able to respond appropriately to unexpected requests and situations.
  • Demonstrate reasonable judgment, sound decision-making, and professional objectivity.
  • Demonstrate effective written and verbal communication skills.


  • Bachelors’ degree in marketing, social services, or related field, or equivalent education and experience.
  • Two years related experience in non-profit health care setting preferred.
  • Ability to meet the certification requirements in CPR and First Aid.
  • Ability to lift and carry equipment / materials up to 40 lbs.
  • Valid driver’s license and proof of good driving record.
  • Satisfactory criminal / abuse background check.
  • Advanced ability to read, write, and interpret documents.
  • Ability to apply principles of logical thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems.
  • Ability to work extended hours with continual concentration and cope effectively with stress brought upon by changing work priorities and uneven workflow.
  • Ability to meet the emotional, physical, intellectual and social needs of the clients with varying degrees of mental illness or disability.
  • Ability to see, hear, and intellectually and physically respond to unusual, disruptive and / or emergency situations.
  • Ability to support the therapeutic environment.
  • Ability to effectively utilize a teamwork approach with resident, visitors, families, staff at all levels and external entities.


  • Appropriate attire to represent Rose Hill Center to visitors and potential residents both when on the campus and in the community. Reliable personal transportation; travel in private automobile within Michigan and adjoining states and travel out-of-state requiring airline travel. May work extended hours; some weekend and evening work required. Overnight travel expected 20% or less.

Adult Part-time Psychiatrist

Therapist talks to person in chair in residential mental health treatmentClinical Responsibilities:

  • Provide psychiatric services and compete all documentation required for clients of Rose Hill Center.
  • Complete the Application for Clinical Services on an annual basis and comply with the Credentialing and Privileging Policy of Rose Hill Center.
  • Attend group clinical meetings as required by Director of Clinical Services.
  • Upon request, and with appropriate releases of information, provide information and consultation with family, guardians and community physicians/psychologist.
  • Utilize pharmaceutical consult audits to review and approve appropriate medication and outlier prescriptions.
  • Attend Recipient Rights Training and any other relevant training specific to the assigned program and responsibilities.
  • Provide on-call coverage, in coordination with the Medical Director, to manage any emergency needs of Rose Hill Center.
  • Available for emergency site visits, reimbursable at the hourly rate of pay.
  • Prescribe medications to Rose Hill Center clients only while working at or for the center.
  • Complete initial psychiatric evaluations, annual psychiatric evaluations, and quarterly AIMS scales.
  • Pharmacy oversight and consulting.
  • Receive supervision from the Medical Director.
  • Active in treatment teams.
  • Facilitate the advancement of electronic records.
  • Facilitate the advancement of quality clinical practices and evidence-based practices.
  • Represent Rose Hill Center in public, academic, medical, psychiatric, and any other relevant forums as needed.
  • You will be available to provide one to two marketable, professional consultative/ conference opportunities nationally over the next year.
  • Report to Medical Director and Director of Clinical Services.

Adult Part-time Clinical Therapist

Woman sits on couch in michigan transitional livingClinical Responsibilities:

Your individual services to the residents will be performed on a part time basis according to the needs of Rose Hill. At present, we contemplate that such services will be:

  • Reports to and receive direction from the Director of Clinical Services.
  • Providing individual therapy approximately three days per week, for approximately 16 hours per week.
  • Group therapy for 2-3 groups per week and the completion of appropriate documentation.
  • Participation in mutual peer consultation.
  • The completion of clinical assessments, as requested.
  • To the extent that additional services may be required in the future, the terms for provision of such services will be subject to our mutual written agreement.
  • You will not be able to bill families CMH or insurance payers for any services you perform, in accordance with regulations of CMS and LARA, for residents in any Rose Hill programs as this fee is included their services.