- Mount Vernon - 209 Milwaukee Street
- Psychiatric/Medical Services,
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We are seeking a psychiatrist for our dynamic Program of Assertive Community Treatment (PACT) team based in beautiful Skagit County. The successful applicant will co-lead a comprehensive treatment team along with providing direct client care. The team includes therapists, vocational and chemical dependency specialists, nurses, case managers and peer counselors who together provide wrap around care. Comprehensive psychiatric evaluation followed by ongoing medication management will be the direct service provided to clients. The team is a cohesive highly functional group seeking additional clinical leadership.
In addition to PACT, our Expanded Community Services for Older Adults (ECSOA) team requires additional psychiatric time. You would be joining a group of therapists/case managers who along with a nurse practitioner are highly experienced in providing care to older adults. Services are delivered in the facilities where clients live and are focused on helping clients remain as stable and functional as possible in their communities. Coordination of care with multiple systems will be required and provides a comprehensive approach to client care.
The PACT and ECSOA hours are combined to provide a 40 hour full time position though we are willing to consider splitting the position should a successful applicant be seeking only part time hours. The position requires a board eligible or board certified psychiatrist preferably with community mental health experience.
F/T (36-40 hours per week).
Provides Clinical assessment and brief out patient services to children, youth, families and adults. The types of therapy will include individual, family and group therapy. Serves as a paneled clinician for several managed care plans. Serves as therapist for the Maternal Support Services program. Provides on-site coverage and crisis intervention when necessary.
Masters degree in behavior sciences from an accredited college or university. Current Washington State Licensed Mental Health Counselor or Licensed Social Worker preferred. Washignton State Counselors Registration required. Prefer 2 years experience in human services work using brief solutiion focused therapy with adults, children and families.
Union membership is required. Wage is $15.97-$29.51 DOE and excellent benefits.
Clinician II - 94054
FT (40 hours/week). Bellingham, WA. Provide assessment and brief treatment utilizing evidence based treatment models to individuals with a variety of clinical presentations. May provide short-term case management interventions. May coordinate services with individual’s primary care physician. Perform routine utilization management functions for individuals on caseload through multiple funders. Care is also coordinated with the assigned/chosen health plan.
Qualification: MA Degree in one of the social sciences + 2 years mental health service experience. MHP qualified. Affiliated Counselor qualified in WA State. Valid WSDL w/ insurable driving record. Wage is $15.95-$24.27 DOE.
Chemical Dependency Professional - 99014
We are hiring for 2 positions. 1 part-time 20 hours/week and 1 part-time 36 hours/week.
Provides individual and group services regarding substance use, abuse, and dependency. Provides strengths based, recovery-oriented behavioral health care services. Qualification: CDP qualified in WA State. Valid WSDL w/ insurable driving record. Wage is $14.19-$21.60 DOE.
Mental Health Technician III - 61600 (Everett)
FT (40 hours/week). Children’s Intensive Services is hiring for a Youth Support Partner who can work as part of a multi-disciplinary treatment team, providing an individualized, creative and strength-based approach within the wraparound model. Works to support youth and caregivers to maintain children in a least restrictive, community based environment. Position requires flexible schedule with evening and weekend hours both in the office, in the client home and community. Youth Partner serves clients by helping them engage and actively participate in the wraparound process. Serves as a mentor, emotional support and a bridge between youth and adult caregivers.
Qualification: BA degree in psychology or behavioral health or AA + 2/yrs related exp. Exp working with children & families in a home based setting pref’d. Valid WSDL and insurable driving record. FA/CPR certification. Registered in WA State. Proof of TB test within the last year required upon hire. Union membership is required.
Wage is $12.95-$23.94 DOE and excellent benefits. This position is eligible for premium pay of additional 10%.
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