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Behavioral Health Specialist

Marathon Health Inc

Marathon Health Inc

Forrest City, AR, USA
Posted on Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Behavioral Health Specialist

Job Locations US-AR-Forrest City
Type
Part-Time bene Elig
Category
Behavioral Health Counselors
Location : Location
US-AR-Forrest City

Job Locations

US-AR-Forrest City

Type

Part-Time bene Elig

Overview

Behavioral Health Specialist

It's time to practice healthcare the way you always wanted to!

Marathon Health is seeking a part-time Master’s Level, Behavioral Health Specialist committed to practicing patient centered, outcomes-based therapy and delivering mental health and wellness care for the employees and families of our Client from their on-site employer-sponsored health and wellness center in Forrest City, AR.

You’ll treat individuals, couples, families (ages 12+) and groups in a healthcare setting that values quality of care, longer appointment times, and a more relaxed daily rhythm ― all so you can build and grow trusted relationships with your patients and help them reach their wellness goals.

This role is preferably based onsite in Forrest City, AR with the potential for some remote flexibility for the right candidate.

Role highlights include:

  • 28 hour per week position ― no on-call or weekends required!
  • Specific Schedule TBD to work during the operational hours of the health center:
    • Monday: 9:00a.m. - 6:00p.m.
    • Tuesday, Thursday: 8:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
    • Wednesday: 6:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
    • Thursday: 7:30a.m. - 4:00p.m.
    • Preference for 7:00a.m. start time at least once/week
  • Opportunity to work as part of an integrative healthcare team to provide patient centered care
  • Intentional focus on preventive care and better outcomes for patients and their families
  • Freedom from the fee-for-service approach to care and insurance billing constraints
  • Excellent salary and full benefits including:
    • Free primary care and behavioral health counseling through Marathon Health
    • Medical, dental and vision insurance, FSA & HSA
    • 401(k) matching
    • Malpractice & licensure reimbursement
    • CME reimbursement & paid time off
    • Life insurance & disability provided
    • Paid time off & holidays

At Marathon Health, you’re not just an employee ― you’re an ambassador for better healthcare. If you’re a Behavioral Health Specialist who wants to practice in a setting that puts the patient-provider relationship first, we can’t wait to talk with you!

WATCH: What It's Like to Practice Healthcare at Marathon Health:

Responsibilities

The BH Specialist is responsible for treatment planning, assessments (including risk), appropriate documentation of clinical progress in our EMR, and the delivery of effective methods of interventions to shape continuing service provisions that meet the needs of individuals, couples and families.

In addition, you will have the opportunity to lead group sessions and educational workshops, and you will work closely with the clinical team in helping each patient reach their optimal health and assuring a streamlined coordination of care. The successful candidate will demonstrate competence both in working alone and on a team in the business setting and will have a willingness to actively seek consultation and guidance in order to solve problems.

Qualifications

  • 2 or more years’ experience as a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), or similarly licensed behavioral health professional.
  • Experience working with Adolescents strongly preferred
  • Electronic Medical Record (EMR) experience
  • Current and unrestricted state licensure
  • BLS (Basic Life Support) Certification or become certified upon hire
  • Minimum of an earned Master’s degree from a mental health counseling program accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) that consists of at least 60 semester hours or 80 quarter hours of clinical and didactic instruction, including a course in human sexuality and a course in substance abuse. [Note: CACREP accredited programs that are not mental health counseling programs do not meet this requirement, i.e., community counseling, school counseling, counselor education.] OR Minimum of an earned Master’s degrees in social work from CSWE-approved MSW programs, pass the Clinical ASWB Examination, (complete any additional exams and coursework required by the state’s board of social work examiners) and at least two to three years of supervised clinical social work. OR Minimum of an earned Master's degree in family counseling.
  • A commitment to living by our Ambassadors Code values of integrity, compassion, respect, exceptional service, and teamwork

About Marathon Health:

Patient care is different here. Marathon Health (www.marathon-health.com) is on a mission to simplify healthcare and transform millions of lives for the better, one patient at a time.

We live this mission every day by offering an advanced primary care solution for employers that’s focused on total population health management, health risk reduction, and real behavior change — all in service of making healthcare work better for their employees.

Because our care teams are empowered to build meaningful relationships with their patients, they support better health outcomes and major cost savings for members and their employers alike.

National presence — We provide virtual healthcare services in all 50 states and manage over 200 physical health centers in 43 states. We also maintain field support offices in Indianapolis, Indiana, and Burlington, Vermont.

Industry accolades — We’re a 5x winner of Best Places to Work in Healthcare, and we ranked #1 in Employer-Sponsored Healthcare Services for the 2023 Best in KLAS Awards for the third time in four years thanks to the excellent service our care teams deliver every day.

Join us on our mission to simplify healthcare!

We embrace all forms of diversity in our workplace and commit to being an Equal Opportunity Employer and provider (EOE). The chosen candidate must pass a criminal background check and drug test.

COVID-19 Vaccinations are not mandated at Marathon Health unless there are specific client requirements or applicable state laws.

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Created Date

12/20/2023

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