Mental health professional

Relocation Assistance and CEU Assistance Available

Available Locations

Job Type: Full-time, flexible schedule
Work Location: One Location
Hourly pay range: $30.00 - $38.50
Annually pay range: $60,000 - $80,000 (additional profit sharing)
Schedule: Flexible. Ability to work a minimum of 21 hours a week with three evening sessions per week (4-7 pm) unless otherwise agreed upon in writing.

Job Description:

As a Mental Health Clinician (LCSW, LMFT, CMHC) at UTBS, you will be responsible for developing, conducting, and overseeing the delivery of mental health services in compliance with the Utah Department of Professional Licensing (DOPL) standards and best practice standards in the behavioral health field. Responsibilities include:

This role requires collaboration with external providers and coordination with team members to ensure ethical, high-quality service delivery in line with federal and Utah state regulations, UTBS policies, and procedures. The ideal candidate will hold an active license (LCSW, LMFT, CMHC) or be within six months of obtaining independent licensure. Applicants with a CSW, MFT, or ACMHC are encouraged to apply.

APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS

Winning on our team means enhancing family dynamics through expert care, evidence-based methods, and staff or family training. Responsibilities include managing caseloads efficiently, adhering to contracts, and achieving goals tied to performance metrics. Timely and accurate documentation of treatment plans and interventions is essential. The position demands a commitment to professionalism, ethical standards, and adherence to organizational policies. Collaboration, critical thinking, and fostering a positive workplace culture are key to success in this role.

WINNING IN YOUR ROLE

Winning on our team means enhancing family dynamics through expert care, evidence-based methods, and staff or family training. Responsibilities include managing caseloads efficiently, adhering to contracts, and achieving goals tied to performance metrics. Timely and accurate documentation of treatment plans and interventions is essential. The position demands a commitment to professionalism, ethical standards, and adherence to organizational policies. Collaboration, critical thinking, and fostering a positive workplace culture are key to success in this role.

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