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We are looking for a Crisis & Intake Supervisor to join our Behavioral Health Unit at North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley, CO. The successful candidate will have their Master's degree and at least 5 years of clinical experience and 2 years of supervisory experience. Starting pay rate for this position is $25.37/hr up to $42.28/hour based on experience and education.
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A 378-bed Level II trauma center and acute care facility with over 3000 employees, North Colorado Medical Center is the largest hospital in the region. As a regional medical center, we provide community-based and specialty services for a service area that includes southern Wyoming, western Nebraska, western Kansas and northeastern Colorado. In order to provide the most compassionate and innovative care possible, we bring together state-of-the-art technology and an exceptional team of health care professionals. For the healthcare professional, our Greeley, Colorado location offers access to a wide variety of recreational activities in an inviting, close-knit community.
POSITION SUMMARY This position provides planning, coordination and clinical oversight to the behavioral health staff and for the delivery of quality patient program services. Provides leadership and clinical case consultation to the multidisciplinary team. Provides clinical assessment, psychotherapy services, and case management for defined patient population.
CORE FUNCTIONS 1. Provides leadership, coordination and clinical oversight to behavioral health staff members to enhance and refine clinical practices and program services. Facilitates performance improvement and ensures quality patient care in the delivery of behavioral health services. Serves as a resource in providing leadership and clinical expertise to the multidisciplinary team.
2. Assists management in the resolution of program or treatment issues, ensures adherence to policies and resolves problems or conflicts in a timely manner. Participates in quality improvement measures and monitors compliance and outcomes.
3. Provides assessment and direct psychotherapy to individuals, families, and groups. Coordinates all aspects of patient care from admission to discharge, interacting with the physician and other members of the clinical treatment team to provide quality patient care.
4. Assists in achieving targeted financial performance. Maintains effective relationships and facilitates public awareness to assure program growth and ongoing patient referrals. May include community networking by participating in local community boards or committees.
5. May supervise behavioral health staff directly including interviewing, selecting, orienting, counseling, and evaluating behavioral health staff members.
6. Position is facility based and assists in the achievement of financial measures and program growth. Interacts with all levels of nursing management and staff, medical staff, and all other members of the interdisciplinary health care team. External customers include patients, families, physicians, payers, community agencies, provider networks and regulatory agencies.
Requires a master's degree in social work, professional counseling, marriage and family therapy, psychology or related behavioral health field.
Requires current licensure in state of practice.
Requires a proficiency level typically achieved with 5 years of clinical experience, including 2 years of supervisory or leadership experience.
Requires excellent leadership skills and an ability to interact well across departments, facilities, and organizations. Excellent organizational, human relations, and communication skills are required to maintain a good rapport and effective working relationships with internal and external customers.
Additional related education and/or experience preferred.
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