March 3, 2014
Our caring, professional staff is Valley Cities’ most important asset – the very heart and center of who we are. Every day, we strive to ensure that your experience working at Valley Cities reflects the importance of your role as we carry out our mission.
Electronic Health Records (EHR) Specialist
Seeking an EHR Specialist, responsible for coordination and training for various quality assurance activities regarding the Electronic Health Record (EHR) and clinical records at VCC. This position requires knowledge and attention to applicable Federal, State, and County regulations, the Joint Commission and other accreditation standards, and community trends and standards in regards to quality improvement. It also requires technical knowledge of database systems and ability to adapt to and learn the Agency’s chosen EHR software. This position requires communication skills, data collection, data analysis, and organization skills. The EHR Specialist must be able to represent the organization to staff and external customers in a professional demeanor.
This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in the ongoing change process at a global level in the agency.
Bachelors degree with major of psychology, social work, or related fields.
Must have a good working knowledge of the EHR either through experience or education, including experience working with structured data and database management.
One year experience in mental health service administration or technical experience within an EHR.
Demonstrable PC skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office products.
Masters degree in psychology, social work, or related fields.
Experience with accreditation, quality improvement, regulatory compliance, or contract regulation.
Experience with technical software management and configuration.
Knowledge of HTML, Microsoft Web Expression, and Crystal Reports.
Health Information Management Systems knowledge and/or experience.
Versed in The Joint Commission regulations for outpatient settings.
Licensed Clinician – Veterans Services
Seeking a full time licensed clinician to provide services to Veterans and their families. Clinician will be providing individual, couples, and some group work. The role is rewarding and an important component of Veterans coming home and working through the transition. This transition can be related to trauma or adjustment the civilian world. The value of having a therapist that understands the military experience and its positive and negative impact is invaluable. Our mission is to be there for our Veterans when they need us.
Requires Washington State Licensure, Veteran preferred.
Seeking a board eligible or board certified Child Psychiatrist to work in our outpatient clinics. Primary responsibilities include providing psychiatric evaluations, medication management, and participation in consultation meetings.
Seeking a board eligible or board certified Adult Psychiatrist to work in our outpatient clinics. Primary responsibilities include providing psychiatric evaluations, medication management, and participation in consultation meetings.
Outreach Employment Case Manager – Part Time
Seeking an Employment Case Manager to work with clients on vocational, educational, and personal development on an outreach basis. Responsible for completing vocational assessments, assisting people in completing resumes/cover letters/applications, enhance job search and interview skills, coordinating enrollment in vocational courses and programs, conducting educational and/or vocational placement activities, and provide pre-vocational counseling and ongoing work supports.
Requires a Bachelors degree, or equivalent years of experience This is a part time position, 20 hours per week, Monday through Friday (no evenings or weekends). Must have reliable transportation.
Wellness Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) – temporary/full time position available
Seeking a temporary (one year plus) full-time Wellness CNA to work within a team of integrated primary care and mental health care specialists. CNA will conduct comprehensive health screenings in our Kent or Auburn Valley Cities’ outpatient mental health clinics. CNA will be responsible for collecting client vitals, collecting client responses to standardized screening, diagnostic and outcome measurement tools, and recording client data in electronic health record.
Position requires a High School diploma or GED, plus completion of Nursing Assistance Certification program and current WA State licensing as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Must have the ability to pass required WA state/FBI background checks, and have a working knowledge of computer systems. Prior use of electronic health record, experience working in a mental health setting, and bi-lingual preferred.
Child and Family Services Clinical Manager
Join our dynamic organization in a position of leadership as Valley Cities implements a new Model of Care. The Clinical Program Manager will oversee the work of a Child & Family Services outpatient mental health team, consisting of masters-level Clinicians and Peer Support Specialist. Duties of this position include program oversight and Quality Improvement, community relationships and service integration.
Necessary qualifications include Child Mental Health Specialist and clinical supervision credential. Expertise with Evidence Based Practices (particularly TFCBT) is an emphasis.
Forensic Peer Support Specialist
Seeking an individual to help other individuals who suffer with a Mental Illness, are incarcerated in a municipal jail, and are being released back into their community. This position will focus on community reentry including linkage to treatment and support services, transportation, housing, financial, employment and social challenges.
Peer Certification REQUIRED. This position confronts stigmas associated with incarceration and serious MH issues and recovery, so it is necessary to be strong in your own recovery preferable for 2 years.
Adult Services Clinician – Kent
Seeking a Masters level clinician to provide therapy and case management in the Kent Adult services program. Individual and Group therapy experience along with a familiarity of community resources. Possess relevant evidence-based treatment interventions, case management skills, along with the ability to provide recovery-focused treatment.
Master degree required. Preferred but not required: Mental Health Professional (MHP) status, LMHC or LISW, and at least 1 year of clinical experience.
Child and Family Services Clinician
Valley Cities announces an opening in our Kent Child & Family Services team. Join us during an exciting and dynamic period as we begin to implement our new Model of Care.
Requires a Masters degree in Counseling, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy or equivalent. Desirable qualifications include Washington state licensure, expertise or interest in infant mental health, experience in TFCBT, bilingual fluency.
We offer a competitive salary and benefit package. Please send resume & cover letter to our Human Resources Department: Email: ">, FAX 253-735-9974 or directly to Valley Cities/HR, 325 W Gowe St, Kent, WA 98032
We are dedicated to Equal Opportunity Employment & embrace the contributions of a diverse and inclusive workforce.