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Crisis Workers

OneCare Behavioral Health System is seeking highly motivated and energetic licensed and unlicensed professionals such as, CAN's, Nurses, Police Officers, Associate Professionals and Qualified Professionals who have experience providing crisis services to MH/SA/DD children, adolescents and adult clients.
Positions avilable in Camden, Currituck, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Chowan, Gates, Hertford, Bertie, North Hampton, Martin, Beufort, Hyde, Tyrell, Dare, Craven, Pamilco, Washington Jones Counties
Position Requirements:
A minimum of one year's experience in providing crisis management services within a community mental health environment working with children adolescents and adults. in the following settings: assertive outreach, assertive community treatment, emergency department or other service providing 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week, response in emergent or urgent situations
Experience doing field work and literally meeting clients where they are at.
Knowledge of therapeutic intervention, assessments and/or intakes; crisis & individual/family therapy; documentation & multicultural & socio-economic issues.
Must demonstrate effectiveness in managing large and complex caseloads.
Therapists must be currently licensed in NC and be a Medicaid provider to provide therapy.
Excellent written and oral communication, accuracy and computer skills, experience with an electronic health record strongly desired.
Must be flexible and willing to provide field-based services.
Possesses a NC driver's license along with a driving record that is acceptable to the agency's insurance carrier.
Individuals will be required to complete and clear a background and reference check if selected.
Participants will have an opportunity to be interviewed and hired during this event. There is a prequalification process in order to attend this job fair. You must apply by submitting your resume to email removed , by May 22, 2015. Those selected will receive a confirmation no later than May 25, 2015. Individuals must have received an confirmation email to attend this event.



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