Mental Health Clinician
Job Type: Full time, hybrid remote
Salary: Starts at $42,500 per year, plus up to $3,600 in possible bonuses per year
Impact Behavioral Health Partners seeks a qualified and experienced Mental Health Clinician to serve as a member of a multidisciplinary team.
As a Mental Health Clinician, you will provide a range of strength-based, person-centered services to Impact’s participants to promote their recovery, independence, and community integration.
This position is suited for an independent self-starter. Someone who can work flexibly in a hybrid work setting, providing services both remotely and in person, is more likely to do well. The Mental Health Clinician reports to the Clinical Program Manager.
- Master’s Degree in social work, psychology, or related human service profession.
- Demonstrated supervised clinical experience with persons with a chronic mental illness, preferably in a multi-disciplinary setting. Three to five years’ experience preferred.
- Knowledge of Medicaid billing requirements and training in the IM+CANS is preferred.
- Demonstrated experience in and commitment to providing services from a harm reduction approach.
- Demonstrated ability to provide clear and effective communication both verbal and written.
- Ability to function in a computer-oriented office, including working knowledge of pertinent software. Must have access to private office area and reliable internet access while working remotely.
- Skills and abilities necessary to provide the responsibilities and requirements outlined above.
- Spanish speaking preferred
- Provide direct service to program participants in alignment with the clinical team’s therapeutic strategies that are developed for each participant.
- Independently manage a caseload of 25 to 35 individuals.
- Provide a range of services that include but are not limited to community support services (counseling, skills training, therapy, case management), medication training, group counseling/therapy/psychoeducation, team-based case coordination, crisis intervention, skills training in activities of daily living, and discharge planning.
- Activities will most often occur in natural community settings, including on site at Impact’s residential locations.
- Fully promote and participate in the integration of Housing First, harm reduction, and trauma-informed care approaches across all services.
- Complete documentation of all relevant participant activities, such as progress notes, initial and on-going assessments (IM+CANS, LOCUS), crisis assessment/safety plans, critical incident reports, etc. in a timely manner.
- Meet all established caseload and billing requirements.
- Be available and provide coverage to the staff and program participants on an on-call basis after regular business hours as needed and assigned.
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