Category: Behavioral Health Professional
Location: Medford, OR
Date Job Posted: April 19, 2021
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Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP) - Beckett CRC
Salary Full Time Full-Time
Medford, Medford, OR, US
Requisition ID: 2341
Salary Range: $54,000.00 To $78,000.00 Annually
*** $2,000 SIGN ON BONUS ***
Temporary Housing may be available for applicants relocating
Who We Are
ColumbiaCare is a non-profit, behavioral health and Veterans service agency offering a full spectrum of programming to help people get better. We are more than a company. We are a diverse team of individuals who are in the business of changing people's lives. We specialize in providing outpatient services, residential treatment programs, mental health housing, and other supports in beautiful and therapeutic service settings. We promote the whole health and wellbeing of the individuals and communities we serve. We value and honor diversity in all forms, including but not limited to race, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, nationality, spirituality, Veterans, people with disabilities, and members of the LGBTQ+ community. We welcome persons from historically underrepresented groups to apply. We seek applicants who can demonstrate experience working with individuals from diverse backgrounds and who will contribute to our mission, vision, and core values.
About the Program
The Beckett Center is a 14-bed secure crisis residential treatment facility. This 24-hour program will serve as a diversion to the emergency room, and will offer a low stimulation, professionally staffed, therapeutic environment for those with mental health needs to safely and effectively de-escalate through appropriate interventions, supervision, and physical safeguards.
We have a Full-Time opening for a Residential Therapist (Qualified Mental Health Professional) who possess a combination of skills and QMHP credentials to provide clinical services at our Beckett Crisis Resolution Center in Medford, OR. This position will perform crisis assessments for individuals experiencing crisis that are in need of short-term support and stabilization. This position requires the ability to assist with training and clinical oversight of the Residential Associates who provide the 24-hour residential support services to the residents. The QMHP will report to the Clinical Manager for clinical standards and quality improvement.
Work Schedule: Typically, Monday – Friday (Day Shift) with schedule flexibility as needed
This position requires the ability to perform a Comprehensive Mental Health Assessment and Treatment Plan, as well as the ability to update these documents as required and clinically appropriate. Experience in documenting to the Medicaid-standard is strongly preferred; training will be provided to the right candidate. Successful clinicians will have a strong working knowledge of the DSM 5 and the ability to direct and offer appropriate clinical treatment. Strong organizational, time management, and interpersonal communication skills are needed. Knowledge of community resources in order to assist clients with transition plans and case coordination is preferred. In addition, you will receive crisis de-escalation training, which requires performing various physical, hands-on maneuvers and techniques.
MUST meet State of Oregon QMHP credentials:
Successful applicants MUST have a valid Oregon driver’s license, maintain a safe driving record, and have the ability to pass a DHS criminal background check.
Salary & Benefits
Starting at $4,500 per month/DOE and QMHP credentials. This is a salary exempt position. ColumbiaCare offers a comprehensive benefits package for full-time employees, which includes: medical, dental, and vision coverage; a wellness reimbursement program; substantial sick and vacation accruals (12 days per year each); once eligible, nine (9) paid holidays, and a 403(b) plan with a generous 6% company match immediately vested. Our organization is qualified for federal student aid public service loan forgiveness program. For more information about our employment benefits, please visit our Career Page at www.columbiacare.org/careercenter.
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer; therefore, we invite individuals from all walks of life to apply. We strive to deliver equitable employment best practices and opportunities for all, from recruitment, to interviewing and hiring, to our retention activities, promotions, and training and growth opportunities. We give priority to applicants who qualify under protected Veteran status.