Behavioral Health Outpatient Supervisor

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Provider will work with Behavioral Health Providers in the Valley-Wide outpatient Behavioral Health setting(s). The Supervisor will coach, mentor and clinically supervise BHPs to assist in achieving the creation and support of outpatient services in schools, community settings and through partnerships. The position will assist the team in focusing on whole person care (biopsychosocial) across the life span while maintaining Valley-Wide’s mission as an FQHC. The Supervisor will have a regular clinic assignment and will support clinics as needed.

Annual CME Allowance of $1,000.00 ( Prorated Date of Hire)
Paid Leave: Vacation – 15 days accrued/year, Sick – 12 days accrued/year, Holidays – 9 days/year
FREE Health Insurance + Other plan options
NHSC & CHSC Certified Sites
Retirement Match
Employer paid Basic Life, LTD, STD
Malpractice Insurance- We cover through the FTCA
Health, Dental, Vision Insurance, HRA, FSA, DCA, Retirement Plan
MASA – Employer paid Air Ambulance Coverage
Discounted Tuition Rates & Scholarship Program

Required Experience & Skills:
Qualified candidate will hold a current license with the Colorado State Board as any of the following: Licensed Clinical Psychologist (Ph.D., PsyD), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT). Bilingual skills and previous experience in the behavioral health field desired.
Bilingual skills (English/Spanish) desirable.
Minimum Education: Graduate Degree
Drug screen and background check is required

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Valley-Wide Health Systems, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer: We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, or any other status protected by law or regulation. It is our intention that all qualified applicants be given equal opportunity and that selection decisions be based on job-related factors.

  • Work as a consultant member of the care team in order to assist in quality improvement activities, data interpretation and assessment of systems
  • Demonstrate the ability to use evidence-based models through consultation, assessment, treatment and psychoeducation for prevention and education to patients across the lifespan.
  • Foster a culture of patient and family centered care, service, quality, and safety excellence while improving patient experience, employee experience, and community relations. Position will have an administrative and clinical supervision allocation of 30-50% and a clinical assignment of 50-70%.

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