Job Title: Behavioral Health Supervisor
Reports To: Chief Behavioral Health Officer
Location: Any VWHS Site
Job Classification: Full-Time
Pay Range: Salary – Min: $50,000 – Max: $80,000 (based on qualifications and experience)
- Health, Dental, Vision Insurance, HRA, FSA, DCA, Retirement Plan
- Employer paid Basic Life, LTD, STD
- Aflac – Group Accident, Group Critical Illness, Hospital
- MASA – Employer paid Air Ambulance Coverage
- Malpractice Insurance- We cover through the FTCA
- Annual CME Allowance of $1,000.00
- Paid Leave: Vacation – 20 days accrued/year (or current accrual based on longevity with VWHS)
- Sick – 12 days accrued/year
- Holidays – 8 days/year
(Benefits after one year of employment.)
- Retirement Match
Position will work with Behavioral Health Providers (BHPs) to integrate in a primary care setting working from a Team Based Care (TBC) model. The supervisor will coach, mentor, and clinically supervise BHP’s to assist in achieving the Primary Care Behavioral Health Models (PCBH). The position will assist the team in focusing on whole person cares (biopsychosocial) across the life span while maintaining Valley-Wide’s mission as an FQHC. The Supervisor will work as a consultant member of the care team in order to assist in quality improvement activities, data, interpretation and assessment of systems. The supervisor will demonstrate the ability to use evidence-based models through consultation, brief assessment, and psychoeducation for prevention and education to patients across the lifespan. The Supervisor will not have a regular clinic assignment, but will support clinics as needed. Position will have an administrative and clinical supervision allocation of 100%.
Must foster a culture of patient and family centered care, service, quality and safety excellence, while improving patient experience, employee experience and community relations.
Experience & Skills:
- Knowledge and ability to provide clinical supervision to, licensed and unlicensed behavioral health staff in a positive, proactive and supportive manner.
- Experience with administrative supervision, progressive discipline and ability to provide feedback in a positive, proactive and supportive manner.
- Knowledge of methods of assessment and psychotherapy, ability to assess crises and intervene appropriately.
- Familiarity with the DSM V/ICD 10 and diagnostic techniques.
- Competency in providing cognitive and behavioral interventions to individuals, families, couples and groups in a primary care setting.
- Excellent interpersonal skills, high level of emotional intelligence, and ability to work effectively and collaboratively within a multidisciplinary care team.
- The ability to work flexible hours and multiple locations (dependent on region).
- To perform this job successfully, an individual should have significant knowledge of Word Processing software, familiarity with spreadsheets and data, and ability to navigate an Electronic Health Record.
- Excellent writing, presentation and training skills.
- Cross-systems relationship development skills
Master’s or Doctoral degree in psychology, counseling, or clinical social work.
Currently have behavioral health license in the State of Colorado (such as, but not limited to: LCSW, LPC, LAC, LMFT, PsyD or PhD).
Requirements and Conditions:
- Drug screen is required
- Background check is required
Applications must be submitted by: Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
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.