Employment

Access & Engagement Clinician
An Access & Engagement Clinician position (1.00 FTE) is available immediately at Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare. This position will perform a variety of services in an outpatient setting providing crisis intervention and mental health assessment services to all ages in community mental health center, local ER’s and jail. The position is located at our Warrenton North Coast Crisis Respite Center. Hours will be weekdays and evenings, with weekends possible. Excellent oral and written communication skills, and the ability to prioritize is essential. Being dependable and a positive member of the team will help insure job success. A Master’s degree in Behavioral Sciences from an accredited university is required. Strong preference will be given to those with three or more years of outpatient clinical experience working with the mentally ill. Must have a valid OR or WA DL as well as a MVR that meets agency insurance requirements. Must pass a state required background check. CBH offers an exceptional employee benefits package. Salary DOE. Please send your cover letter, resume, and references to jobs@clatsopbh.org and be sure to put “Access & Engagement Clinician” in the Subject line of your email. EOE
Crisis Respite On-Call Worker
Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare is establishing a pool of on-call workers. Positions will work as vacation relief and on call emergency fill in for the North Coast Crisis Respite Center. This is an entry level position and the duties and tasks are generalized from full time workers. Crisis Respite Worker will assist with group and individual skills enrichment programs. Will provide general duties such as cleaning and cooking. May be asked to transport clients to and from appointments. May help assist clients in finding employment.

There are 3 shifts, Day, Swing and Overnight. Each shift is 8 hours. As an “on-call” position the hours are not guaranteed and the position is non-benefited. There is no minimum number of hours worked per week guaranteed. Previous experience in a residential mental health or developmental disabilities setting preferred. Post-Secondary education in a behavioral science field also desirable.

Valid Oregon or Washington Driver’s License required, as well as ability to meet the insurance requirements of the agency. Employment will be contingent on meeting insurance requirements and the successful passing of a criminal history check. Send resume, cover letter and references to Lois Gilmore, loisg@clatsopbh.org EOE

Exceptional Needs Care Coordinator
An Exceptional Needs Care Coordinator (1.00 FTE) position is available immediately at Clatsop Behavioral Healthcare. The Exceptional Needs Care Coordinator coordinates placement and funding for a variety of clients including but not limited to those with a severe and persistent mental illness, placed on a civil commitment and/or with a guardian. This position, coordinates placement in a residential setting, hospitalizations, and respite care, with a variety of outside agencies. Report/record/track a variety of data for required agencies regarding placements and funding needs, provide training to residential providers, payer services, and licensing support to foster homes. Work closely with internal departments and teams. Requirements are a Bachelor’s degree plus two years’ experience with individuals with severe or persistent mental illness. Must have a valid OR or WA DL as well as a MVR that meets agency insurance requirements. Must pass a state background check. CBH offers an exceptional benefits package. Salary DOE. Please send your cover letter, resume, and references to jobs@clatsopbh.org and be sure to put “Exceptional Needs Care Coordinator” in the subject of your email. EOE