Status: Full-time position
Location: Denver, CO
Job Summary: Support the start-up and implementation of integrated behavioral health services within pediatric primary care settings. Must be self-motivated and directed with strong relationship-building skills, hold a value for diversity regarding partnerships, collaborative efforts and client-centered service delivery, and have experience with infrastructure development. This role will be to support, facilitate and further develop our existing partnerships with pediatric primary care sites as well as extend our network of integrated care locations. Requires flexibility, adaptability, and high frustration tolerance as well as the ability to focus attention on workflow processes, procedures and documentation requirements. Outcomes expected include increased access to care for underserved populations, establishment of a true medical home for vulnerable families and improved wellness and well-being for everyone in our care.
Master’s Degree in psychology, social work or other human service degree. License required.
Minimum three years in mental health or human service field as well as cross-systems experience with multiple providers serving children and families. Demonstrated engagement skills with youth, family members and community partners. Ability to establish partnerships with therapists, community providers and hospital personnel. Ability to assess needs of children and their families and develop supportive engagement and resource plans. Knowledge of methods of psychotherapy as well as prevention and early intervention programs/practices.
Skills and Competencies
Extensive knowledge of community resources. Effective written and verbal communication skills. Ability to work flexible hours which may be required for specific school events and caregiver engagement. Experience with Microsoft Office and Windows systems of 2007 and higher and ability to use basic office machines. Must have valid drivers license. • Ability to lift 24 pounds.
Ability to sit, stand, bend and reach, drive, operate standard office equipment such as phone, computer, facsimile, copier/printer, and other business machines. Occasional lifting up to 40 lbs.
May require occasional evening or weekend hours depending on program and consumer needs.
Duties: Partner with stakeholders to identify practice models, regular communication with partners, attendance at meetings, and general coordination. Coordinate and collaborate with pediatric primary care staff and partners in the design and delivery of integrated behavioral health (including child psychiatry) and primary care services. Infrastructure development: identify and assist in the development of needed technology solutions to integrated care practice and workflow challenges. Oversee the collection of all required outcome, evaluation and billing data. Collaborate with the Associate Director of Child & Family Services and the Associate Medical Director of Child & Family Services to monitor progress toward goals, identify barriers and problem-solve. Assist in the coordination and use of other MHCD programs and external community resources. Maintain accurate and timely communications with colleagues and partners. Collaborate with the Child & Family leadership team to provide both clinical and administrative supervision for our behavioral health clinicians. Actively participate in the weekly integrated care team meetings. Other duties as assigned.
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