Job Bank for Behavioral Health Positions

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Washington Council Job Opportunities

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Non-Member Job Opportunities

Psych Nurse Practitioner, Cowlitz Family Health Center – Longview, WA

Family Health Center is an established non-profit Community Health Center in S.W. Washington, seeking an experienced Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. We have clinics in Cowlitz, Wahkiakum, and Pacific counties that include Medical, Dental and Behavioral Health Services, for high-risk, low-income and multi-ethnic population. We pride ourselves in our ability to provide exceptional care for our patients and clients and our sincere connection to the communities we serve.

We are looking for Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners who have a passion to provide quality medical and psychiatric services, including a strong drive to provide that care to a diverse population of patients with a variety of socioeconomic circumstances.  You would be responsible for diagnosing, prescribing medication, monitoring medication side effects and providing mental health treatment.  You would be a core member of a collaborative care team that includes the patient’s primary care provider, other primary care support, care coordination and the behavioral health staff.

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Behavioral Health Consultant, Cowlitz Family Health Center – Longview, WA

Family Health Center is an established non-profit Community Health Center in S.W. Washington, seeking an experienced Behavioral Health Consultants. We have clinics in Cowlitz, Wahkiakum, and Pacific counties that include Medical, Dental and Behavioral Health Services, for high-risk, low-income and multi-ethnic population. We pride ourselves in our ability to provide exceptional care for our patients and clients and our sincere connection to the communities we serve.

We are looking for Behavioral Health Consultants to provide services in a professional, positive, consumer-friendly, and recovery-focused manner, as a core member of a collaborative care team that includes the patient’s primary care provider; a consulting psychiatric provider; other behavioral health staff; and other primary care support. Candidate must have a working knowledge of evidence-based psychosocial treatments for common mental disorders, familiarity with brief, structured intervention techniques (e.g., Motivational Interviewing, Behavioral Activation), and a basic knowledge of psychopharmacology. Experience working with underserved, transient populations and working with patients who have co-occurring mental health, substance abuse, and physical health problems is required. Experience working with safety net providers within the community and knowledge of community resources.

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For information on posting to our job board, contact Charles Spurr at cspurr@thewashingtoncouncil.org.