Job: Licensed Clinician - Tucson and Sierra Vista

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Posted: 04/06/2017

Job Status: Full Time

Job Type: Healthcare - Behavioral/Mental Health Healthcare - Therapy/Rehab Services Healthcare - ALL CATEGORIES

Jobing Description

Licensed Clinician

Primary Function: Maintains a caseload of individual, marital, group and family therapy as indicated.  Participates in client staffing, develops service plans, and maintains client records, in accordance with the CFT/ART.

Minimum Qualifications: Master's Degree in Behavioral Health field, and an associate level/independent license with the Arizona State Board of Behavioral Health.  Must be proficient in all concepts, practices and procedures related to field/area of work.

Competencies:

  • Demonstrated ability to conduct a comprehensive assessment and develop an accurate diagnostic impression.
  • Demonstrated ability to formulate an understanding of individual and family dynamics, to identify effective treatment interventions.
  • Demonstrated ability to assist in development and implementation of outcome driven service plans, in collaboration with individual and/or families.
  • Demonstrated ability to engage clients and/or families, in the therapeutic process.
  • Demonstrated the ability and skills to effectively document service provisions within contractual timelines.
  • Demonstrated willingness and ability to project a professional demeanor when representing the agency.
  • Must maintain and protect client confidentiality, both written and spoken.
  • Demonstrated ability to apply principles of customer relations and service, e.g., telephone etiquette and clarity in communications.
  • Knowledge and ability to demonstrate adherence to cultural competency, and ethics standards.
  • Must be able to pass DPS fingerprint requirements.

 Tasks:

  • Responsible for conducting clinical intakes.
  1. a) Emergency/Crisis evaluations.
  2. b) Individual/Group/Family Therapy.
  • Serve as clinical liaison for assigned case loads within CFT process including collaboration with other internal/external resources.
  • Responsible for knowledge of eligibility status when providing or authorizing services.
  • Prepare and maintain well written clinical records accurately and thoroughly as required ethically and legally.
  • Utilize treatment modalities for diagnostically diverse caseloads with ability to provide outcome oriented services with brief/managed care parameters..
  • Consistently meet productivity standards as assigned.
  • Submit all required documentation requests by payroll, personnel, and provide any funding agency reports on a daily, weekly or monthly basis, as required.
  • Provide clinical supervision in accordance with ADHS Licensure/Contracts as assigned.
  • Be familiar with and comply with all relevant agency policies, state and federal statutes and rules.
  • Perform rapid drug screen via urine specimen, as needed. Staff member must be properly trained on urine collection, as required by the Rapid Drug Screen Lab Test policy
  • Performs other duties, as assigned.