22 Career Opportunities at Emergence Health Network


The purpose of this job is to provide intensive case management services to client, parents, team members and providers assessing for needs designed to assist individuals in achieving an optimal quality of life. Develops and/or enhance community living skills, increased management of mental health symptoms, increase knowledge about medication, decreased psychiatric hospitalizations and increased community tenure. This class works under general supervision, independently developing work methods and sequences.

The purpose of this job is for the Mental Health First Aid Worker to increase awareness of MHFA training, increase the number of MHFA training sessions available, and increase the number of overall trainings completed in the current fiscal year compared to the previous fiscal year. This class works under general supervision, independently developing work methods and sequences.

The purpose of this position is to assist the Chief Nursing Officer in the coordination and implementation of services for the assigned nursing unit within EHN. This position will assist in maintaining staff training records and supervision for EHN Nursing services team as deemed appropriate to assigned unit. This position requires this person to provide direct care services. This class works independently, under general supervision, reporting major activities through periodic meetings, work methods.

The purpose of this job is to be primarily responsible for the front desk screening process and direct contact with patient on registration and Financial Evaluation Process. This position functions as the main team information coordinator fielding messages for staff in the field, coordinating appointments, as well as providing clinic clerical support. Educates patients regarding Center's Fee policy and Collection. Must be Familiar and able to perform electronic and paper billing. This class works under close to general supervision according to set procedures but determines how or when to complete tasks.

New Posting Therapist - $53,929.00 - $78,894.00 Annually
El Paso, TX79902
The purpose of this job is to perform advanced/social/mental health/IDD services work to include, but not limited to any of the following: assessments, serving as a liaison between clients; clients' families, and the community to obtain/provide assistance and rehabilitative/therapeutic treatment. This incumbent is responsible for providing active treatment including individual, family, group, crisis and substance abuse counseling. This class works under general supervision, independently developing work methods and sequences.

The purpose of this job is to perform all the activities necessary to process payroll, including maintaining related records, filing tax reports and voluntary deduction reports, processing involuntary deductions such as levies and garnishments, preparing accounting transactions and documents, documenting and updating procedures, and preparing special reports for management, and to support the Human Resources Manager with the functions of benefits enrollment and coordination, as well as with compensation administration. This position requires the incumbent to operate in accordance with local, state, and federal laws, as well as with EHN company policies, standards, and ethical guidelines. The Specialist is also expected to help foster positive relationships with internal and external business partners so that the HR Department functions to maintain credibility and consistency within the organization and the community. This class works under general supervision, independently developing work methods and sequences.

The purpose of this job is to provide assessments for residents of nursing facilities and those requesting admission when there is reason to suspect the individual may have a developmental disability. The purpose of these assessments is to determine if specialized services related to developmental disability should be provided to the resident or if the individual requesting admission or newly admitted to a nursing facility could be served in a less restrictive setting in the community, diverting them from nursing facility admission. These duties will also involve providing habilitation coordination to a caseload of residents who are residing in nursing facilities to assure that appropriate services are delivered while they remain in the setting and assisting them to consider community living options if their needs can be met in a less restrictive setting. The ability to work collaboratively with others, including nursing facility personnel, agency provider staff and families will be required. Services will include face to face contact with individuals on the caseload monthly. Expectations and requirements will follow the LIDDA Performance contract with HHS. This class works under close to general supervision according to set procedures but determines how or when to complete tasks.

The purpose of this job is to plan, organize and direct the MH/IDD Aides in treatment and service provision. Establishes, monitors, and evaluates staff work procedures and performance standards to ensure compliance with Interdisciplinary Team recommendations, Center policy, and ICF-IDD Standards appropriate to the needs and requirements of the individuals being served. Directs and arranges staff schedules ensuring 24-hour coverage. Responsible for the maintenance and inventory of the unit grounds, building, and property. Assists the QMRP with monitoring of the residents' individualized treatment plans. This class works independently, under limited supervision, reporting major activities through periodic meetings.

The purpose of this job is to provide immediate response to individuals diagnosed with IDD who need immediate crisis services such as community and/or hospital placement. Ability to triage cases within a hospital placement with psychiatrists, medical professionals, and para-professionals for appropriate treatment and placement planning. Evaluate and identify service gaps and strengthen the system that is involved with the individual. Provides trainings for dually diagnosed with IDD/MI consumers. This class works under general supervision, independently developing work methods and sequences

The purpose of this job is to ensure program and contract rules are followed in the assigned program while adhering to company rules and budget guidelines while training and supervising caseworkers. May also be responsible of ensuring that all court associated relationships follow the law and provide best services available to clients. Serves as a facilitator between the agency, clients, courts and caseworkers. This class works under general supervision, independently developing work methods and sequences.

General Description Works under the direction of Chief Nursing Office (CNO) to provide quality, administrative and fiscal oversight of supervised programs/units. Also provides supervision of specialized social and/or clinical functions. Extended observation units are designed to provide emergency stabilization to individuals in behavioral health crisis in a secure and protected, clinically staffed (including medical and nursing professionals), psychiatrically supervised environment with immediate access to urgent or emergent medical evaluation and treatment. Individuals are provided appropriate and coordinated transfer to a higher level of care when needed. Responsible for carrying out program/unit goals and objectives. Has authority to review decisions and recommendations made by staff. This position requires travel, flexible work hours and on-call status. Responsible for program planning and implementation inclusive of utilization management oversight.

General Description The purpose of this job is to screen clients for substance use issues and determine if the client meet TDI criteria for substance use treatment and DSM-5 criteria for a substance use diagnosis. Clients that are identified with co-occurring mental issues will be referred to the proper clinic. The incumbent conducts outreach activities to the community and provide drug education and information on the substance use treatment services that are available and information on the dangers of mood-altering chemicals that threaten the mental, physical and spiritual health of our community. This class works under close to general supervision according to set procedures but determines how or when to complete tasks

The purpose of this job is to support Clinic manager by ensuring quality care is provided to the adult population and their families. Assists clinic manager ensuring quality social support services within the department by participating in oversight of social services documentation. Provide direct supervision to social support staff and participate with the hiring and training of case management personnel. In conjunction with clinic manager will communicate with staff about treatment, monitoring of estimated completion dates, status change(s) for active clients, and client compliance, as well as acting as liaison with community agencies and community agencies and community professionals. Social Support Services Supervisor shall ensure that Department of State, Local and Federal policies and procedures are adhered to. This class works under general supervision, independently developing work methods and sequences.

The purpose of this job is to perform advanced/social/mental health/IDD services work to include, but not limited to any of the following: assessments for appropriateness for services; work involves serving as a liaison between clients; clients' families, and the community to obtain/provide assistance and rehabilitative/therapeutic treatment; may clinically guide or train and assign work of others; this position will also assist with conducting screenings and diagnostics; admissions and discharges. This position is responsible for providing active treatment including individual and group psycho-education, crisis counseling and substance abuse counseling as needed. This class works under general supervision, independently developing work methods and sequences.

The purpose of this job is to provide moderately complex case management work. Work involves developing and maintaining long-term contact with clients, client families, and service providers for medical, social, educational, and related service needs. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary dependent upon the functional area assigned. This class works under close to general supervision according to set procedures but determines how or when to complete tasks.

The purpose of this job is to be a member of the Criminal Incident Response Team, which serve victims of mass casualty criminal incidents and communities throughout Readiness, Response, and Recovery phases. Specifically, Criminal Incident Response Teams serve victims of crime and communities through training, technical assistance, education, community outreach, case management, hotline support, exercises and drills, deployment and behavioral health direct care services (including therapy), assessments, and community resource linkage. Position provides counseling, crisis stabilization and support services to victims of crime that may include brief psychological interventions, therapy, Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM), or other evidence based or evidence informed best practices for victim services. The position works under general supervision, developing work methods and sequences, and is assigned to the Clinical Services Unit, and will work independently or in a team setting.

The purpose of this job is to coordinate, implement, and manage the Utilization Management program which includes Prior Authorization, Utilization and Concurrent Review. The Utilization Management program collaborates with the Medicaid Managed Care companies, Medicare Advantage, and other third-party insurance companies and their providers. The UMUR Manager promotes the clinical quality and cost effectiveness of prior authorization and concurrent review functions. Also responsible for the evaluation of the appropriateness services and ensuring medical necessity is warranted, facilitates evidence-based criteria or guidelines, and under the provisions for the applicable health plan.

The purpose of this job is to provide intensive case management services to client, parents, team members and providers assessing for needs designed to assist individuals in achieving an optimal quality of life. Develops and/or enhance community living skills, increased management of mental health symptoms, increase knowledge about medication, decreased psychiatric hospitalizations and increased community tenure. This class works under general supervision, independently developing work methods and sequences.

The purpose of this job is to provide moderately complex case management work. Work involves developing and maintaining professional contact with clients, client families, and service providers for medical, social, educational, psychiatric and related service needs. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary dependent upon the functional area assigned including within the Crisis & Emergency Services Department: Extended Observation Unit, Mobile Crisis Outreach Team, and/or Crisis Hotline, which are operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Seeking an individual with Mental Health clinical training and experience to implement Multisystemic Therapy (MST). No prior MST experience needed. MST is an evidence-based treatment model delivered in the community to youths involved in criminal activity and their families. MST Therapists work independently and function as part of an MST team all of which receive extensive training and support in learning and implementing the MST model, surrounded by a support network of supervisors and coaches both within the agency and at the larger MST Network level. You may look for more information about the MST model at www.mstservices.com.

The role of this job is to provide direct care services, training, consultative and other professional activities of rehabilitation treatment program and functions of a professional member of the multidisciplinary team assisting physicians and other professional/non-professional personnel in a rehabilitation treatment program. Depending on the assignment, the incumbent performs a variety of supportive tasks. Family Partner facilitates recovery and resiliency for caregivers of children with serious emotional disturbances. The Family Partner assists families with information, informal support, and community referrals based on the Family Partner's own experience with having a child with a Mental Health Diagnosis and navigated the Mental Health System. Assumes a leadership role in improving outcomes of children by providing parents/caregivers with: problem solving techniques for effective interaction with agencies, learning and practicing new skills, resources and information to link children to community support systems, and support parents/caregivers in their achievement of their recovery goals that will improve the outcomes of their children and help them monitor their progress. The Family Partner may also assist caregivers in the treatment of the child, model effective coping techniques and self-help strategies based on the Family Partner's own experience and supporting them in advocating for themselves and their child to obtain effective services. This class works under close to general supervision according to set procedures but determines how or when to complete tasks.

The purpose of this job is to perform professional and highly responsible psychiatric services to clients with mental health problems, intellectual developmental disability, and substance abuse. Medical Authority in all matter regarding medications, hospitalization, suicide, homicide assessments, and all other matter involving medial judgment and intervention. Serves as consultant to other professionals. This class works under administrative supervision, developing and implementing programs within organizational policies and reports major activities to executive level administrators through conferences and reports.