Clinical Assessment Provider - Fully Remote
Earn up to $80,000 annually (depending on experience)
If you are an LPC, LCSW, or LMFT in Arizona with a current unrestricted license, this might be the perfect opportunity for you! We are a rapidly growing Behavioral Health Practice looking for a full-time, fully remote Clinical Assessment Provider. We’re looking for an individual with great problem-solving skills, who is detail oriented, and thrives in a fast-paced environment.
The Clinical Assessment Provider meets with new or prospective patients, asks a series of questions for the purpose of compiling data, then uses this data to determine the best course of action for that patient. The clinical assessor provides behavioral health services including clinical assessment, service planning, crisis intervention, and case management including referrals to patients within the surrounding community and virtually. This position will work to identify the nature of the patient’s issues, provide an appropriate diagnosis, and recommend treatment options to work towards the desired mental health outcomes.
- Collaborates with the client and their natural supports to complete the clinical assessment and service plan outlining treatment recommendations.
- Work in partnership with the patient to determine the exact nature of their mental health concerns.
- Refer patients to other mental healthcare providers or community services, as necessary.
- Remain warm and engaged through the duration of every patient’s clinical assessment.
- Adhere to organizational standards, policies, and procedures, in addition to legal regulations.
- Participates in individual and group supervision as required by their individual license that meet the standards set by the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health and in accordance with organizational policy.
- Other duties as assigned which may change at any time with or without notice.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Strong people skills and the ability to develop rapport with patients.
- Ability to deliver treatment that is customized to meet the unique needs of every patient.
- Substance abuse experience (preferred).
- Willingness to refer patients to other healthcare providers as needed.
- Must have fluency in documenting and maintaining a comprehensive patient chart within the electronic medical record.
- Follow a model of care that supports the health and wellness of our patients.
- Maintaining strict patient confidentiality.
- Ability to work independently without frequent supervision.
- Detail-oriented and problem-solving skills are required.
- Must be able to multi-task, learn quickly and adapt to changes with ease.
- Ability to work well within an integrated team.
- Telehealth experience required.
- The ability to use the phone, computer, printer, and copier may be required.
- Frequent use of Microsoft Office products, including Outlook, Word, Excel, Teams, and PowerPoint.
- The ability to use the internet and various web browser software is required.
- Requires prolonged sitting, standing, bending, stooping, or stretching.
- Employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.
Education, Certification, and Experience:
- Requires a degree in counseling or social work with a current Arizona License pursuant to A.R.S Title 9, Chapter 20 (LPC, LCSW, LMFT)
- Current unrestricted license is required for sustained employment and will be verified by 2nd Chance on a regular basis.
- Valid Arizona fingerprint clearance card.
About our company:
2nd Chance believes in the importance of ALL aspects of health, both physical and mental, and the role that plays in achieving the well-being of individuals in our global community. We are the first full-service outpatient center of its kind in Arizona providing comprehensive outpatient treatment for general psychiatric, mental health issues, and/or opioid/alcohol addictions both in-person and through telemedicine services. Our exceptional team of psychiatrists, nurse practitioners and other health professionals provide compassionate care to our patients throughout Arizona, and we are growing rapidly! We are dedicated to empowering every individual patient to make informed choices that help enable them to reach their goals through personalized treatment plans, support, and best practices in the field of behavioral health and substance abuse treatment. Joining the 2nd Chance team means becoming more than just an employee - it means becoming part of a team that deeply cares for everyone we interact with and truly believes everyone deserves a second chance.
Pay: $74,000 to $80,000/year
Job Status: Full Time