Organization: Waterfall Community Health Center
Category: Behavioral Health Professional
Location: North Bend, OR
Date Job Posted: December 22, 2020
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School-Based Mental Health Therapist - LCSW, LPC, LMFT, PsyD, or PhD
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION
Waterfall Clinic Inc. (dba:Waterfall Community Health Center) is looking for passionate and talented people to join our team on the beautiful Southern Oregon Coast. Our culture is believing in and empowering our people to cultivate a place of creativity, teambuilding, and continued learning. At Waterfall Community Health Center, everyone contributes value and we are dedicated to our mission.
We offer competitive salary and benefit packages, continuing education, health insurance, 401K retirement, and paid time off program. Waterfall Community Health Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer, National Health Scholar and loan repayment site and committed to supporting our staff.
We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.
SALARY RANGE: $70,984 with Sign-On Bonus $5,000
Waterfall Community Health Center (WCHC) - School-Based Mental Health Therapist / FQHC / Integrated Behavioral Health Model / Innovation Champion - Opportunity for professional growth. ***Competitive Salary & Benefits Total Rewards Package***
WCHC is proud to participate as a qualified site with Oregon Health Care Provider Incentive Loan Repayment which offers licensed health care providers, as well as pre-licensed mental health providers, an opportunity to apply to receive tax free funds to repay qualifying educational loan debt. Eligible providers are highly encouraged to apply. For more information on the program, including qualification requirements, FAQs, and applications visit the program’s webpage.
You can find information about it at both the ORH site, https://www.ohsu.edu/oregon-office-of-rural-health/provider-incentive-programs and at the Oregon Primary Care Office site, https://www.oregon.gov/oha/HPA/HP-PCO/Pages/HC-Provider-Incentive.aspx.
GENERAL SUMMARY OF DUTIES:
This position requires to be onsite as a full time (1.0 FTE) employee working standard hours of Monday – Friday and will work not less than forty (40 per week) - MUST be a licensed mental health provider with children, adolescents and family experience. *** NOT REMOTE OR TELECOMMUTE POSITION ***
This position requires successful completion of a school-based background check through DHS and the FBI.
Also, requires availability to work in schools throughout Coos County and WCHC, depending on the needs of the program and appropriate year-round coverage during the summer, winter holidays and spring break.
Functions as a School-Based Mental Health Therapist (SB-MHT) in a team and mission-based setting to provide therapeutic services for children, adolescents and their families/Guardians who are experiencing behavioral issues, family conflict, and/or mental health challenges. SB-MHT will build individual and community capacity in increasing health knowledge and self-efficacy to individuals from diverse cultural, racial, and economic backgrounds.
SB-MHT provides mental health services, incorporating evidence-based practices that focus on the strengths of children, adolescents, and families/guardians served, maintains required records, and works effectively with school and agency staff. Related tasks, including but not limited to ensuring efficient and effective workflow of patients, may consist of consultation, regarding diagnostic assessments, developing treatment plans and providing direct treatment services for children and adolescents experiencing primarily mental health problems, through individual, group, and family/guardian treatment intervention modalities. Demonstrated ability to assess patient needs, and make appropriate clinical diagnosis; to provide effective treatment services on an individual and group basis; to work effectively with community resources in coordinating services; to intervene in emergency situations; to problem solve and mediate conflicts; to accurately prepare and maintain patient records and related documentation and reports; to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; and to maintain confidentiality.
This position requires availability to work in schools throughout Coos County and WCHC, depending on the needs of the program and appropriate year-round coverage during the summer, winter holidays and spring break. This position may be asked to work at other clinic sites as needed.
Waterfall Clinic, Inc. dba Waterfall Community Health Center (WCHC) is an integrated patient-centered primary care clinic serving insured and uninsured children and adults with a special emphasis on care for persons who experience barriers to accessing care due to income, language, cultural and social barriers. This position will support mission and goal achievement, organizational quality and patient-centered medical home philosophy.
SUPERVISION EXERCISED: Personnel supervision is not a responsibility of this position.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED: Works under the direct supervision of the Behavioral Health Program Manager (BHPM). Exercises progressive levels of autonomy in day-to-day activities based on satisfactory job performance.
LOCATION North Bend Clinic
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
School-Based Mental Health Therapist