This position has a dual role: First, as part of the mobile crisis team, the Lead Crisis Clinician responds on-site to individuals in crisis whose issues cannot be resolved by the crisis call center telephonically. Utilizing best practices in crisis intervention, the Lead Crisis Clinician responds to and supports individuals and families in crisis. Second, engages in clinical and administrative activities and oversight necessary for the crisis department to function on a daily basis and meet state standards.
This position will:
Performing mobile crisis interventions in a variety of settings including individual residences, schools, and hospital emergency rooms.
Working effectively and respectfully with clients, families, schools, first responders and all others involved
Supporting hospital discharges by providing assessment, planning and facilitation with hospital team
Acting as a key interface between the Crisis Department and the crisis call center
Ensuring the necessary infrastructure is in place and operating
Helping manage the Crisis Department schedule
Working closely with fleet and facilities departments
Auditing of documentation to ensure administrative completeness and accuracy
Playing a key role in the training of new staff members
Supporting the Northern Arizona Director and Managers in providing clinical and administrative oversight of BHT level staff, including clinical review of documentation
Assisting Director and Manager with tasks as needed
Terros Health offers an excellent benefit package including, but not limited to:
Master's degree or higher in the field of behavioral health and Arizona Behavioral Health licensure, or ability to obtain within 4 months
Ability to obtain valid AZ driver’s license and Level 1 AZ fingerprint clearance card
Ability to perform physical duties associated with this role
Must be at least 21 years of age
Ability to work well and tactfully with individuals and groups
Physical demands of this position are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Work 10 consecutive hours or longer if clinical or administrative needs arise.
Carry equipment to the team vehicle (approximately 35 lbs.) and during intervention.
Ability to use computer equipment in office and in moving vehicle while partner drives.
Communicate in person, on phone, and via two way radio.
Operate a vehicle safely at various times of day/night depending upon hours worked.
Work in an emotionally and physically stressful situation
If you are interested in working for one of the State's Leading Healthcare Organizations that promotes Integrity, Compassion, and Empowerment, we encourage you to apply!