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This position provides a variety of treatment services including clinical assessment and treatment directing for you ages 12-18. This position also provides clinical services such as intake/diagnostic evaluations, case evaluations, and crisis intervention; as well as acts as a liaison with other agencies as required. This position is a member of an interdisciplinary treatment team and provides regular clinical supervision, ensures proper maintenance of clinical records in accordance with insurance regulations and established SEARHC policies and procedures. A clinician ensures that clinical productivity standards as established and followed. This position is available for after-hours telephone contact for clients in crisis when needed and as assigned; in addition to providing clinical support in person or by phone as needed at any SEARHC location within the Behavioral Health Division.
This position provides a variety of treatment services including individual, group, family, and marital therapy to any and all clients from birth to elder. This position also provides clinical services such as intake/diagnostic evaluations, case evaluations, and crisis intervention; as well as acts as a liaison with other agencies as required. This position is a member of an interdisciplinary treatment team and provides regular clinical supervision, ensures proper maintenance of clinical records in accordance with insurance regulations and established SEARHC policies and procedures. A clinician ensures that clinical productivity standards as established and followed. This position is available for after-hours telephone contact for clients in crisis when needed and as assigned; in addition to providing clinical support in person or by phone as needed at any SEARHC location within the Behavioral Health Division.
There is no specific responsibility to managing an operating budget. As a clinician the financial responsibilities lie in documenting all services as outlined first and foremost in the code of ethics of the profession. Clinicians maintain records necessary for rendering professional services to their clients and as required by laws, regulations, or agency or institution procedures. Clinicians include sufficient and timely documentation in their client records to facilitate the delivery and continuity of needed services. Clinicians take reasonable steps to ensure that documentation in records accurately reflects client progress and services provided. If errors are made in client records, clinicians take steps to properly note the correction of such errors according to agency or institutional policies, proper documentation is a requirement to ensure that SEARHC is able to bill accurately for services provided to client in accordance with state, federal, and insurance rules, laws and regulations. This position is a covered position in accordance with the Indian Child Protection Act (ICPA).
Serves as the Program Manager of the Alaska Crossings wilderness based, adolescent residential behavioral health program. Provides program development, staff development, grant management, administration and quality improvement, direct client care, community outreach, and commitment to the Vision and Mission of SEARHC. Functions as liaison between the Alaska Crossings Program, other SEARHC programs, and external providers operating outside of SEARHC. This position holds the overall responsibility for supervising the daily programmatic functioning of the Alaska Crossings program.
The primary focus of the Alaska Crossings program is the provision of wilderness based, intensive, residential adolescent behavioral health services, in the Wrangell and Stikine River areas. The Program Manager may be asked to represent the program at the corporate, local, regional, statewide and national level. Poor representation and/or damaging public relations behaviors could result in program credibility issues statewide and lack of client referrals.
The Alaska Crossings Program Manager regularly deals with outside agencies which review the program for operational issues, facility issues, and financial compliance. Problems with these reviews can lead to reallocation of funds and potential loss of revenue and services. There is a strong emphasis on wilderness risk management, reimbursable services and billing practices. Poor decisions in wilderness risk management practices, budget management, and management of clinical issues lead to potential harm to clients or staff, liability for SEARHC, costly mistakes, and have the potential for significant program consequences.
Intermediate range planning may affect the program’s future. Lack of advocacy for services and actively seeking funding may result in program reduction or loss of services The Alaska Crossings Program Manager will work in concert with the Senior Manager of Adolescent Programs and the Director of Behavioral Health to address the commitment to the funding portion of the program.
Provide behavioral health skill development services for adolescents who are experiencing persistent, severe emotional disturbances, including anger/aggression, mood disorders, disruptive behaviors, impulsivity, and trauma responses. Effectively co-lead extended wilderness expeditions in the remote Alaska Wilderness as a continuum in a therapeutic health service context. Maintain physical and emotional safety to elicit positive change in clients who come from a variety of cultural and socio-economic backgrounds throughout the state of Alaska. This position is in the Alaska Crossings Program, Behavioral Health Division of SEARHC.
This position requires an increased understanding of working with adolescents who are experiencing severe emotional disturbances including basic interventions that are effective in attaining proficiency in social and life skills. This position also requires increased crisis intervention skills, and effective communication skills for leading educational groups with the clients. This position requires a working knowledge of how to respond to a client who is in crisis, in regard to their mental and medical status.
Prolonged, sustained and extreme physical and mental effort: extended expedition hiking, camping and canoeing. Activities include living in tents, rainy and cold weather and extended darkness, while maintaining positive therapeutic interaction with up to 9 clients. While on expedition, staff will have contact with clients 24 hours per day. Expeditions have no facilities or equipment other than what is carried, by the clients/staff or cached along the route.
This position requires frequent work in remote 24-hour wilderness settings as well as in-town work before and after the expedition. Periodically, staff will be asked to help with Expedition Coordinator tasks, Operational Support, travel assists, and other duties as required. It is necessary for staff to model substance free behavior while on duty and at all times in remote locations; use or possession of alcohol, tobacco or any illegal drug is prohibited. The Staff Code of Ethics indicates staff agrees not to use illegal substances and agrees to use legal substances responsibly. This position is a covered position in accordance with the Indian Child Protection Act (ICPA)