36 Career Opportunities at Emergence Health Network


New Posting Behavioral Health Technician
El Paso, TX79901
The Behavioral Health Technician (BHT) functions as an active part of the treatment team, providing continuous patient care, supervision, interaction, and role modeling to patients ranging in ages depending on work location. BHTs work under the direction of a nurse and /or other appropriately designated staff. The Behavioral Health Technician participates in delegated activities and in the care of the client and promoting safety, both physical and emotional, for the client. Responsible for providing services through the observation, monitoring, management and documentation process of the client in the care setting. Follows policies and procedures and exhibits leadership by assuming responsibility and accountability of actions. Displays commitment to patient care and adheres to the EHN code of ethics, exhibits self-direction, partakes in continued learning and participates in research activities when possible. Provides a safe and therapeutic environment for consumers.

New Posting Lead Therapist
El Paso, TX79925
The purpose of this job is to assist the Director of Clinical Support Services in the coordination and implementation of clinical services offered to EHN consumers by Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists, Peer Support Specialists, volunteers and student interns. Responsible for staff training and supervision of EHN Clinical Services team as deemed appropriate. Position requires Lead Therapist to provide direct care service as an LPHA conducting assessments, diagnosing, and conducting individual, group and family sessions as well as supervising employees on a one on one and/or group basis. He or she will be the primary contact person for clients and families and will spearhead efforts to engage clients in treatment. The Lead Therapist primary goals are to build a positive relationship with participants and assist them in developing their abilities for self-management. The Lead Therapist will work with participants using a shared decision-making process to develop and modify treatment plans. The Lead Therapist will provide support, education, consultation, and basic services to participants and their families. With younger individuals, work with families will be more prominent since they play a pivotal role in the individuals' lives during adolescence and the first years of adulthood. The Lead Therapist will monitor, oversee, and supervise the team-based process.

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.

The purpose of this job is to provide Crisis Intervention services for the Local Crisis Hotline and National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Work involves developing professional contact with callers, caller's families, and service providers from medical, social, educational, psychiatric and related service areas. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary dependent upon the functional area assigned including within the Crisis & Emergency Services Department: Crisis Hotline, which is operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

New Posting Program Supervisor of IDD Non-Waiver Services
El Paso, TX79925
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.

New Posting Data Entry Operator
El Paso, TX79901
The purpose of this job is to perform routine data entry functions; review source documentation for appropriateness and correct errors; provide administrative and technical support to staff and clinical end users; run routine reports and distribute them throughout the center.

New Posting Authorization Coordinator
El Paso, TX79901
The purpose of this job is to verify benefits and eligibility of clients' inquiries, preparing authorization folders, indicating co-pays/deductibles in client's record, providing ongoing patient benefit information, secures authorizations for all paying sources.

New Posting Community Health Worker
El Paso, TX79925
The purpose of the Community Health Worker (CHW) is to work primarily in the community to provide for increased opportunities to substance users, including opioid users, to reduce harms related to substance use; increase retention in substance use and mental health services; help individuals address medical needs and help individuals who desire change to build a foundation for their recovery. Targeted population are individuals who use substances, including populations who are marginalized or stigmatized experiencing housing instability or homelessness inject substances, live with or at risk of Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) or Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), experience greater barriers to entering treatment or recovery services, and those seeking to enhance their recovery capital and maintain their recovery from substance use disorders.

New Posting Accounts Payable Clerk
El Paso, TX79901
The purpose of this job is to process the center's payments accurately and timely, in accordance with the center's purchasing policy. Performs complex accounts payable (A/P) work which includes the posting, balancing, summarizing, and reconciling of vendor reports. Ensures that invoices contain the proper approvals, authorizations, and purchase orders prior to processing for payment. Position involves the coding and data entry of A/P invoices for payment processing. Performs check processing, monthly accruals, and will assist in all A/P functions.

New Posting Job Developer
The purpose of this job is to work with other providers to increase job placements in surrounding areas, engage employers, and educate Substance Use Disorder (SUD) treatment and Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) providers about Supported Employment (SE) and Individual Placement Support (IPS) principles. The Job Developer shall practice principles of job development and shall focus on the provision of services to individuals with a history of Opioid Use Disorders (OUD) or have a history of receiving Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) and obtain competitive employment.

New Posting Direct Care Associate
El Paso, TX79925
The purpose of this position is to provide individuals diagnosed with an Intellectual Developmental Disability (IDD) assistance with activities of daily living such as meal preparation, personal hygiene, and medication administration. This position will also facilitate community involvement by accompanying individuals on community outings or providing transportation to work or other activities. It will entail collaboration with the clinical staff to support the Individual Plan of Care, therapeutic and behavioral plans in place to enhance the quality of life of the individual. Direct Care Associates are employed in a wide range of work settings. Associates are subject to work in a residential care facility, day habilitation program, or community setting. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary dependent upon the functional area assigned.

New Posting Care Coordination Program Supervisor
El Paso, TX79901
Serves as the direct program supervisor and oversees all functions of operations. Assigns caseloads, monitors individual services, and ensures that services are delivered according to person centered recovery plans and program guidelines. Is responsible for intra-agency and inter-agency coordination and referrals. Ensures that continuity of care and proper clinical follow-up are provided and well documented. Reviews program documentation for quality, completeness, and timeliness. Responsible for maintaining unit budget in coordination with the accounting department. Monitors agency Risk Stratification Tool to identify potential caseload and works closely with agency programs to serve clients. Adheres to Center Safety Policy and Procedures regarding training requirements and credentialing in related position. Complies with all unit trainings as designated by program and center management.

New Posting MFP/PASRR Qualified IDD Professional
El Paso, TX79905
The purpose of this job is to provide, create, implement and train staff how to treat consumers and how to work with their specific program objectives. Responsible of the well-being of ICF consumers and to advocate for their rights. Create and conduct training to assist consumers in developing, maintaining or increasing their independence.

New Posting MST Outreach Coordinator
El Paso, TX79925
Coordinates trainings for stakeholder agencies providing referrals to the Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST) program, Creates a partnership with associated stakeholder agencies, to include school systems, Department of Child and Family Protective Services (DCFPS), El Paso County Juvenile Probation Department, and others as needed. Ability to provide presentations to audiences for up to 100 individuals.

New Posting Chief Medical Officer of Mental Health
El Paso, TX79901
The purpose of this job is to provide direct mental health and intellectual developmental disabilities treatment. Manages licensed clinical services provided throughout EHN, as they relate to Mental Health care; and is responsible for effective and efficient leadership of provider performance. This position is accountable to the CEO for developing and implementing EHN mental health and intellectual developmental disabilities services strategies and, in conjunction with division chiefs, establishing and implementing strategies and performance standards, monitoring and applying continuous improvement processes to achieve expected high-quality medical outcomes while appropriately managing compliance and risk. This position also provides high level oversight for all waivers, grants and collaborative efforts and maintains relationships with other academic and community-based organizations on a local, state and national level.

New Posting Care Coordination Program Caseworker I
El Paso, TX79904
This position works under the Care Coordination Program (CCP) Grant. Collaborates with Care Coordination Team to formulate personalized treatment plans to fit individual needs. Make and document reasonable attempts to contact all CCBHC consumers who are discharged from these settings within 24 hours of discharge. Coordinate consent and follow-up services with the consumer within 24 hours of discharge, and continues until the individual is linked to services or assessed to be no longer at risk.

New Posting Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Specialist
El Paso, TX79902
The position of CIT Specialist is a Crisis Intervention Team assignment where you will be partnered with a police officer assigned from the El Paso Police Department, a Deputy with the El Paso County Sheriff's Office, or an officer with the Socorro Police Department that will respond to mental health crisis calls throughout the community and will offer crisis intervention, stabilization, and assessment services while in the field. This unit is operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Work involves developing short-term contact with clients, client families, and service providers for medical, social, educational, and related service needs.

New Posting Caseworker I
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.

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

Administrative Analyst
El Paso, TX79901
Under general direction, the purpose of this position is to assist with administrative budget, accounting, information systems, and technical support services.

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.

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 coordinate and monitor the total nursing care of Emergence Health Network consumers by identifying health needs, recommending necessary follow up, educating consumer and families and providing leadership through working cooperatively in complex situations with other team personnel while maintaining standards of nursing care/practice in the clinical setting. Implement and create center wide medical policies and procedures which pertain to the nursing department, assumes an advisory role for effective management of all assigned units, demonstrates leadership by assuming responsibility and accountability for actions, demonstrates a commitment to professional nursing practice, adheres to the nursing code of ethics, exhibits self-direction, continued learning, and participates in research activities when possible.

The purpose of this job is to provide Crisis Intervention services for the Local Crisis Hotline and National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Work involves developing professional contact with callers, caller's families, and service providers from medical, social, educational, psychiatric and related service areas. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary dependent upon the functional area assigned including within the Crisis & Emergency Services Department: Crisis Hotline, which is operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Supervises, manages, and administers the administrative and professional overall operations and implementation of policies and procedures of Mental Health to include all related services as governed by contracts, standards, and respective funding stream requirements. Review, modifies and executes agency’s policy and procedures regarding preparation, processing, and monitoring of County contracts for jail-based services. Supervises and manages clinical and administrative support staff, assigned to the Jail Mental Health Clinic (JMHC). Director provides management of general operations of the program and program personnel. Is responsible for operational decisions involving clinical services and processes; program outcomes; organizational linkages with the jail. Provides training to the Sheriff's Department and other community stakeholders. Manages the productivity and quality of service provided. Participation in the development and enhancement of the service provided in the jail.

The purpose of Mobile Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT) is to provide crisis intervention, screening, referral, relapse prevention, and follow-up services for individuals who are experiencing crisis situations within El Paso County. Work involves developing and maintaining professional contact with clients, client families, and service providers for medical, social, educational, psychiatric and related service needs in order to specifically reduce client crisis experience. Mobile Crisis Outreach Team is operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, on a month to month rotating schedule.

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.

The purpose of this job is for the CORE Program Manager to oversee the clinical services provided to the community. The Program Manager will coordinate and provide leadership to CORE team in mental health assessments, case management, follow up and linkages within the community. This position is responsible for CORE staff training and supervision. The Program Manager manages the implementation of community, and specialized program outreach. The Program Manager is assigned to the EHN Crisis Call Center and will ensure quality care standards and focus on patient centered care. The Program Manager ensures that all standard operating procedures are met for EHN staff; is responsible in responding to the needs or requirements submitted by the El Paso Police Department and maintaining operational and communication efficiency between both agencies. This position is operational from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday – Friday, and 10am to 8pm on Saturday and Sunday.

School Based CIT Therapist
El Paso, TX79902
The position of CIT Therapist will assist a police officer, assigned from the El Paso Independent School District (EPISD) Police Department, by responding to mental health crisis calls within the District and will offer crisis intervention, stabilization, and assessment services while in the field. This unit is operational five days out of the week from 8:00 a.m. to 7 p.m. and may be required to work Saturdays for follow-up. Work involves developing short-term contact with children, adolescents, their families, School District Staff to include Principals, Counselors, teachers, service providers for medical, social, educational, and related service needs. Required to respond to any school shooting in the districts, assist with debriefing staff and students after a completed suicide or death of a student or District staff. The position works under general supervision, under police guidance and protection, and with moderate to higher latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment while operating in the field. The position will also serve as part of the clinical support component within the unit. The position works under general supervision, under police guidance and protection, and with moderate to higher latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment while operating in the field.

The purpose of this job is to assess, treat and manage children and adults patients with mental health or psychiatric conditions; diagnoses, order labs and imaging for patients. Implements the integrated care model within organizational policies while reporting activities to the CMO.

Correctional Care Therapist
El Paso, TX79938
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.

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.

Caseworker II ACT
El Paso, TX79902
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.

Crisis Specialist Supervisor
El Paso, TX79902
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 crisis specialists. Serves as a facilitator between the agency, clients, and specialists. 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.

Caseworker I Jail Services
El Paso, TX79901
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.

Therapist
El Paso, TX79902
The purpose of this position is to perform mental health assessments pursuant to the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 16.22. This position requires the competency to provide advanced social and mental health services to include, but not limited to, the early identification of an individual suspected of having a mental health or intellectual developmental disability, the completion of comprehensive assessments, submission of preliminary diagnosis, crisis intervention, and brief psychotherapy and psychoeducation services.