Lake Roosevelt Community Health Centers Inchelium, WA 99138, USA
Feb 24, 2020Full time
The incumbent of this position is responsible for the delivery of a broad range of Behavioral Health Services to Lake Roosevelt Community Health Centers' patients. Services may include; provide clinical supervision, Behavioral Health Assessments, intake appointments, diagnosis of psychiatric disorders, individual, family and group counseling, treatment planning and care management. The incumbent chosen will provide services in a manner consistent with Lake Roosevelt Community Health Center's mission and values; clinical and ethical best practices and standards; private and public managed care reimbursement system requirements; Local, state, Indian Health Services, and Federal regulations; Tribal Governance regulations; and various independent contract requirements that may be applicable. Essential Functions: Knowledge of and commitment to adhere to the professional code of ethics for respective profession. Monitor and ensure compliance with all applicable RCW's, WAC's and other regulatory and contractual requirements; stay up to date on any new regulations affecting the department's compliance. Maintain clinical records and all its content. Be comfortable and proficient with de-escalation skills in order to remain calm and helpful to individuals who may be distressed, angry or experiencing a mental health crisis. Strong knowledge of crisis triage, psychiatric diagnostic assessment, brief/solution focused therapy models, and liaison work. Responsible for making proper treatment referrals and documentation Counsel clients, individually to assist in overcoming dependencies, adjusting to life or making changes. Monitor clients' use of medications Knowledge of diversity in rural America, specifically on Indian reservations Knowledge of Local, State and Federal standards and State Licensure requirements Ability to be willing to work flexible hours, evenings, weekends and holidays as the work dictates Ability to have strong organization, communication and interpersonal skills Ability to analyze and apply effective conflict resolution skills Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in written format Ability to work under tense, demanding and sometimes-critical situations Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, clients, outside entities and the general public Ensure a holistic and comprehensive treatment approach Maintain a thorough working knowledge of the electronic medical record system. Skills in the use of computers and associated software as it relates to the duties of the position. Conduct mental health assessments and documentation. Develop individualized service plans and documentation. Responsible to develop and maintain patient registries. Ability to run reports off of systems and registries as needed. Must have and maintain CRP/First Aid Certification and TB test annually. Must have WA state licensure Master's Degree in Social Work, WA State approved Clinical Supervisor (preferred) · Must have and maintain CPR/First Aid Certification Three (3) years' experience in the direct treatment of mentally ill persons strongly preferred. 2-3 years supervisory experience (required) Two year prior experience in substance abuse or related field strongly preferred. · Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP) as defined by WA State Law strongly (preferred) Previous work experience demonstrating the ability to meet programmatic and clinical deadlines, completing all required paperwork within stipulated timeframes. Previous work experience must indicate confidentiality of all records, materials and communications concerning patients, other program staff and professionals or other areas that may impact the operation of the program. Knowledge of working with Indian Health Service clinics, Contract Health Care systems, ambulatory clinics and/or Community Health Centers (preferred) Satisfactory criminal history backgrounds check results are a condition of employment. (required) 1. RPMS experience preferred 2. iCare experience preferred 3. Ability to maintain complete confidentiality 4. Well organized/detail oriented, pleasant personality, professional appearance. 5. Fax, phone, copier, personal computer, Microsoft, 6. Active Listening, Social Perceptiveness, Service Orientation, Speaking and Judgement and Decision Making. Compensation package is competitive (starting 67,000.00 - 72,800.00) and comes with a benefits package that includs medical, vision, dental, and basic life insurances, 401(k) contributions with a matching option, paid holidays, vacation, sick and traditional leave. A budget of $2,500 per year for continuing education.