April 18, 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.
Older Adult Services Clinician – Full-Time
Seeking a Mental Health clinician to work within a multi-disciplinary Geriatric Mental Health Team providing a full range of mental health services to older adults living in nursing homes and in the community.
Requires a Masters Degree in behavioral sciences field, plus a minimum of two years related clinical experience or MSW. Clinical Supervision for licensure available for both LMFT and LicSW.
Interested in helping staff complete their work as efficiently and easily as possible? Have a passion for finding and using data to improve business processes? Valley Cities is looking for a QI-QA Specialist who will be responsible for coordination of various quality improvement and quality assurance activities at VCC. This is an exciting opportunity to help lead the ongoing improvement process in the agency. This requires knowledge and attention to applicable Federal, State, and County regulations, good communication, leadership, research and data analysis skills.
Bachelors degree in psychology, social work or other related fields and one year experience in mental health services administration required.
Veterans Services Clinician
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 it’s positive and negative impact is invaluable. Our mission is to be there for our Veterans when they need us. Come join our team as we support our Veterans!
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.
Seeking a Masters level clinician to conduct intakes in an outpatient setting. Must have flexibility to provide coverage at multiple sites.
MHP Required. Clinical Supervision for licensure available for both LMHC or LicSW. Group therapy experience and familiarity with community resource a plus.
Adult Services Clinician – Auburn
Seeking a Masters or Bachelors level clinician to provide therapy services, case management, and chemical dependency treatment for consumers in the Auburn Adult services program. Candidates should have knowledge of the Recovery Model and Recovery principles, chronic mental illnesses, psychotropic medications, as well as chemical dependency treatment, assessments, and recovery planning.
Masters level candidates should have at least one year of paid or practicum experience working in mental health. Bachelors level candidates should have at least two years paid experience in mental health. Bachelors degree and CDPT required. Licensure, CDP and MSW preferred.
CD Outreach Specialist
Our Homeless Family Services has an opening in our Families in Shelters team for a Chemical Dependency Outreach Specialist. In a network of local family shelters this clinician will provide a range of substance abuse outreach activities, including screening, assessment, referral, crisis response and related services. This position works within a well organized interdisciplinary team.
CD credential required; outreach, engagement and collaborative skills a must. Additional qualification requirements include familiarity with domestic violence, mental health, poverty and homelessness.
Seeking a Clinical Screener responsible for screening and disposition requests for services from Valley Cities. Performs as crisis counselor, as needed, and gathers information for referral to our programs and for statistical purposes.
Bachelors Degree in Behavioral Sciences field, plus one year experience required.
Mental Health Outreach Specialist
Homeless Family Services has an opening for a mental health clinician to work with families, adults and children. This position will work with clients who receive community mental health services through the RSN, as well as families in our Families First permanent supportive housing program. Our client families have high needs and are usually involved with multiple systems. This position requires knowledge, experience and skills in a variety of combined subject areas: mental health treatment practices; family dynamics; the impacts of homelessness on children and families; child-serving systems of care including CPS; domestic violence; health issues, and the impacts of mental health and chemical dependency on an individuals and family’s housing, health and well-being.
Requires a Masters degree in social services/behavioral science. All services are provided county-wide on an outreach basis-reliable transportation is necessary.
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.