Pediatric Mental Health Specialist I - Outpatient
Perform basic clinical support and wide range of difficult to complex administrative tasks including but not limited to; monitoring patient flow, assistance with group care delivery, visit preparation, measurement-based care, stocking/ordering clinic supplies, and responding to patient and family requests. The PMHS I partners with operational leadership in service to the specialty clinics' multidisciplinary care team. The PMHS I has accountability for following: standard processes and reliable methods, positive family experiences, completion of tasks and responsibilities in a timely manner, promotion of a collaborative work environment, and patient/family education. Ability to work in an environment where the pace is fast and change is a constant.
Required Education/Experience: - BA or BS, preferably in psychosocial field - Experience in the areas of customer service and/or office management including administrative work supporting senior level staff Required Credentials: - Agency Affiliated Counselor Registration in Washington State OR Registered in Washington State as a Mental Health Counselor Associate - Registered as a Nursing Assistant in Washington State - Basic Life Support (BLS) - Current Code Purple Training Preferred: - Healthcare/medical office experience - Experience working with children or adolescents
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