Behavioral Health Consultant
Primary Function: Provides behavioral health services and behavioral health education to patients at Northwest Pediatric Center. Operates in a consultative role with pediatricians and ARNP’s as part of the care team. Provides recommendations regarding behavioral interventions to the PCP. Conducts brief interventions with referred patients.
- D. or PsyD from an accredited college or university. Ph.D. or PsyD must have been obtained from an APA approved training program.
- Must have an independent license to practice in their current state of residence and be license eligible in the State of Washington.
- Exceptional interpersonal skills.
- Exceptional communication skills.
- Able to prioritize work load and adjust to the rapidly changing environment of the medical office.
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
- Physical requirements for this position include: adequate hearing, seeing, speaking, and keyboard entry abilities.
- This position requires a high degree of mobility related to duties within facilities, and frequent travel between service sites.
- This position requires frequent light work exerting up to 20 pounds of force, and intermittent heavy work related to participation in the transport, positioning and examination of patients.
- Required to provide personal transportation for job duties.
See the attached document for a full job description.