Mental Health Technician

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Rogers mental health technician jobs: advocating for our patients

At Rogers we have a long history of offering evidence-based treatment for children, teens, and adults. We care about our patients and make them our main priority, but we can't do that without you. Whether you are looking to grow your career, full or part-time work, or an entry-level position as a mental health tech, Rogers is the right place for you.

Mental health technician job description

You will have the opportunity to learn about behavioral health and Rogers as you work with a variety of members of the clinical team.

Our technicians have meaningful interactions with patients:

  • Obtaining and documenting vital signs
  • Engaging in one-on-one sessions
  • Discussing patient goals to address psychosocial, spiritual, intellectual, and physical needs
  • Identifying potential patient care problems
  • Collaborating with the treatment team to prevent adverse outcomes by ensuring the treatment plan is followed
  • Reporting and recording patient behaviors, interactions, and responses to intervention

As part of the Rogers team, you’ll have the chance to develop and progress in a mental health career with the potential to make a lasting impact by supporting patients in rising above their challenges of mental illness, addiction, and stigma.

Mental health technician job duties

Our technicians provide support to our clinical services teams while performing general patient care services in our inpatient and residential levels of care.


  • Record patient information for admission
  • Assist in the patient orientation process
  • Accompany patients to various activities such as meals, outings, and group sessions
  • Act as an advocate for assigned patients

Mental health technician requirements

A minimum of a high school diploma (or equivalent) is required for a MHT, while two years of college or a bachelor’s degree in a human services related field is preferred. Additionally, one year of patient care (preferably in a psychiatric setting) would be ideal. 

Mental Health Technicians

Become a patient advocate and collaborate with treatment teams to make a lasting impact.


Available mental health tech jobs

At Rogers, our patients are our number one priority, but it all begins with you. We have locations in 10 states nationwide, with tech job openings of varying location and position type, such as: full-time, part-time, pool, and weekends only. The table below does not only outline available positions, but all of the possible staff positions at Rogers under the patient care category. Learn more about our positions below: 

Job Titles Locations Position Types
Behavioral Health Clinician Brown Deer, WI Full-Time
Behavioral Health Technician Oconomowoc, WI Part-Time
Mental Health Technician West Allis, WI  


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