Location: COLORADO SPRINGS, CO, United States
Job Type: Full Time
Job ID: 67935
Date Posted: Sep 14, 2022
Investigates, assesses and plans interventions to help patients cope with social, emotional, economic and environmental problems. Operates as an independently licensed behavioral health clinician co-responder with local area first response agencies.
Work Schedule: Full Time Evenings
Interviews and assesses patients and/or patient’s family, caregivers, and /or legal representatives.
Determines prioritizes and provides and/or arranges for needed internal and external services/interventions. Participates in case reviews to evaluate case management and progress. Consults with healthcare team members to promote, monitor and evaluate compliance with patient’s treatment plan.
Responds in the field as a co-responder with local law enforcement to patients in active crisis. Identifies appropriate resources including transportation, housing, healthcare, and social/spiritual services, and provides referrals as part of the field response.
Supervises and/or trains new staff, students and interns.
Within scope of job, requires critical thinking skills, decisive judgement and the ability to work with minimal supervision. Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and take appropriate action.
The pay range for this position is: $31.61 - $47.41 / hour. Pay is dependent on applicant's relevant experience.
An annual bonus may be paid to eligible employees based upon organizational and individual performance.
UCHealth offers their employees a competitive and comprehensive total rewards package. Some of the many benefits included in this package are full medical, dental and vision coverage; retirement plans; paid time off; employer-paid life and disability insurance with additional buy-up coverage options; tuition and continuing education reimbursement; and a full suite of voluntary benefits such as identity theft protection and pet insurance. Our employees and their family members have full access to our Employee Assistance Program, which includes up to 5 free counseling visits and work/life solutions, such as one free legal consultation. In addition, other emotional counseling support is available depending upon their need.
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