Job ID: 289857794
Last Updated: 4/28/2020
Copa Health provides the best possible services and supports that assist each individual in achieving their own personal vision of recovery, wellness, and life in the community. We currently have 150+ locations, including; day programs, group homes, respite and habilitation care, psychiatric care, outpatient services, counseling services, and overall integrated care. We serve approximately 19,000 members annually.
Your Health, Our Passion! Our purpose is to inspire health, hope and happiness by delivering world-class solutions to individuals, families and communities.
Each year, compassionate and dedicated employees deliver life-changing services that support individuals and families who have disabilities to achieve higher levels of self-sufficiency, resiliency and wellness. Through our employee's efforts, lives are improved, families are enriched, and communities are positively changed in dramatic ways. Because of the vulnerable population we serve, working at Copa Health is both a unique privilege and great responsibility. By focusing on our values of; people first, compassion, integrity, perseverance, accountability and innovation; our employees feel rewarded and fulfilled while delivering the highest level of service.
Who We Need:
Were looking for someone with the following skills, experience and credentials:
Provides nursing services to participants primarily assigned to a specific clinic. May cover other clinics. Services include engagement, assessment, treatment planning, medication administration, education and supportive psychotherapy. Has an assigned caseload and is available as needed to any consumer assigned to their clinic. Participates in utilization management and quality improvement activities as required.
To be considered a qualified behavioral health technician, a person must have one of the following combinations of education, license and/or behavioral health work experience:
Associates Degree, in an accredited Nursing program with licensure by the Arizona State Board of Nursing as a Registered Professional Nurse.
Minimum experience 0-1 year(s) experience as a Registered Nurse.
a. BHP qualifications is a Registered Nurse and have at least one year of full-time behavioral health work experience.
b. BHT qualifications is a Registered Nurse with no experience.
Licenses, Certifications, etc. Arizona Registered Professional Nurse A bachelors degree in non-behavioral health related field and at least one year of full-time behavioral health work experience;
A high school diploma or high school equivalency diploma and four (4) years of full-time behavioral health work experience; or
Is licensed as a practical nurse, according to A.R.S. Title 32, Chapter 15, with at least two (2) years of full-time behavioral health work experience;
Preferred Education and Experience
Associates Degree, in an accredited Nursing program with licensure by the Arizona State Board of Nursing as a Registered Professional Nurse and have at least one year of full-time behavioral health work experience.
Required: Car, valid AZ Drivers License, state minimum insurance coverage and ability to meet and maintain the companys acceptable driving requirements.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES:
Demonstrate ability to communicate, problem solve, and work effectively with people and in a team environment.
Capacity to engage in multiple activities without losing track of needed results.
Ability to take initiative and see to completion.
Computer Skills: Proficiency in typing, using computer software, i.e., Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and Internet is essential. Must be proficient in word processing, Word, Excel, and Power Point as well as possess the ability to learn new software systems.
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