Current Open Positions

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Community Support Specialist                                                                          
On Call
$12.84 - $18.19 Hourly
A&D / Detox / Psych Rehab
Posted: 11/30/17


Mental Health Counselor III/Mobile Crisis Supervisor
Full Time
$44,777 - $58,735
Outpatient Mental Health
Posted: 9/15/17


Mental Health Counselor II/Mobile Crisis Clinican
Full Time
$40,515 - $52,992
Outpatient Mental Health
Posted: 12/4/17


Clinical Supervisor/Mental Health Counselor III
Full Time
$44,777 - $58,735
Outpatient Mental Health
Posted: 10/18/17


Registered Nurse - Residential
Full Time
$61,066 - $88,141
Psych Rehab
Posted: 11/8/17


Executive Director
Posted: 11/8/17


Community Support Specialist
Full Time
$11.84 - $17.19 Hourly
A&D / Detox
Posted: 11/24/17


Registered Nurse - Residential/Detox
On Call
$29.36 - $42.37
A&D
Posted: 11/30/17


Admission Specialist
Full Time
$16.01 - $21.43 Hourly
ADMIN
Posted: 12/4/17

 

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Human Resources

 

Tammie Kackley
HR Specialist

(503) 397-5211 ext 227
tammiek@ccmh1.com

Juli Knapp
Human Resources Manager

(503) 397-5211 ext 217
julik@ccmh1.com


 

Position Details


Executive Director

Summary

This position is responsible for oversight and delivery of an array of community based services to Columbia Community Mental Health.  CCMH is a non-profit organization whose goal is to provide exceptional services to individuals of all ages in need of mental health care, addiction treatment, psychiatric rehabilitation, and developmental disabilities services throughout Columbia County.

This position develops and maintains strong functional collaborative relationships to include a wide variety of community partners including but not limited to state, county, and city governmental agencies to promote and integrate CCMH as a quality, professional behavioral health care services provider organization.

This position is responsible for ensuring quality programming, regulatory compliance, fiscal responsibility, organizational development and anticipating needs of internal and external customers. Also, key to this position is continued support of a positive work environment to attract and retain a stable, progressive, caring and diverse workforce needed to ensure the delivery of high quality, cost effective services. This position oversees the development and implementation of strategies to address changing markets and assist in the implementation of positive consumer and community awareness of programs and activities.  This position is responsible and acts under the authority of the Board of directors.  Below is a list of essential functions and overall responsibilities

Board of Directors

  • Assists the Board of Directors in meeting the requirements of CCMH compliance policies.
  • Reports to Board regarding overall organizational operations.  Reports to subcommittees, i.e. Finance, Compensation as requested by the Board.
  • Oversees development of annual budget for review and approval of the Board.
  • Identifies topics of Board concern and presents the Board with information necessary for decision making. Provides professional advice, initiates and assists in policy making.
  • Attends all Board and committee meetings and makes necessary reports to the Board.
  • Implements Board decisions and policies.
  • Functions as liaison between Board and staff.
  • Assists Board in Strategic Plan Development and annual review.
  • Performs special projects and all other duties as assigned

Organization

  • Provides an organizational system including table of organization and job descriptions, delegating clearly defined authority to staff who are assigned managerial responsibility while assuring that the Executive Director has general control of all staff activities.
  • Provides administrative policy and procedure that assures cooperative relationships among units and a smooth flow of operations to the Board for approval.
  • Executive Director along with staff, Board, and community creates a vision, plan and implementation strategy, aligned with CCMH’s mission and core values.
  • Champions quality and risk management activities throughout the organization continuously maintaining and improving the quality of care, while minimizing the risk of loss.
  • Ensures regulatory compliance and adherence to professional standards.
  • Influences business practices and policy by creating new ventures or builds on existing advantage.
  • Maintains positive relationships with all professionals both internal and external.

·        Serves as an effective spokesperson for the organization.

Fiscal Management

  • Operates within a Board approved budget, identifying and accessing sources of funding and assuring that expenditures are sound and are in accordance with federal, state, and local governmental regulations and the policies of various payers.
  • Possesses expert knowledge of current and future cost drivers in the industry.
  • Assures control of business operations that ensures preservation of accounting funds and physical assets both short and long term including developing and maintaining sound financial practices.
  • Identifies business opportunities for organizational growth to enhance financial strength and contribution margin as well as create non-operating revenue.
  • Assures maintenance of official records and ensures compliance with all reporting requirements.
  • Effectively communicates with, reports to, and develops positive relationships with funding organizations. Implements long-term revenue, cost, and donor strategies that align with agency objectives.
  • Guides development activities including grant and funding procurement.

Personnel Management

  • Develops, leads, manages, and evaluates the executive management team.
  • Ensures that CCMH recruits and retains capable, appropriately qualified and motivated staff to deliver high quality services.
  • Ensures that training is provided that meets regulatory and agency requirements and strategically supports internal development of staff at all levels to address future business needs.
  • Oversees practices which establish sound Human Resource procedures meeting oversite entities and regulatory requirements. Sees to it that processes are in place to address sound recruitment and selection process as well as retention of staff.   
  • Sees to the continuous succession planning of staff throughout the organization with particular attention to leadership positions.
  • Ensures the accountability of all staff regarding procedures that are aligned with best practices to produce revenue driven outcomes.

Program Development and Management

  • Administers and monitors the annual contracts with GOBHI (MHO) for the provision of Medicaid behavioral health services. Attends monthly meetings of GOBHI Directors and assures that all required reports are provided.
  • Provides leadership in developing and improving programs and organizational plans in cooperation with the Board and staff.
  • Proposes and implements programs that meet identified needs and are within budgetary resources and constraints imposed by funding sources.
  • Provides administrative support and direction to medical and clinical supervisors so that the best available quality service is provided.
  • Along with the knowledge and support of the Board of directors, the executive director will negotiate contracts with medical directors, third-party payers, community mental health centers, and other agencies that are beneficial to CCMH.
  • Ensure the agency is prepared for audits and other reviews which result in positive findings and thereafter a strategy of correction action, if deemed necessary.

Education and/or Experience

·        Required: Master's Degree in Hospital Administration, Business Administration, Mental Health or in related field.

·        Minimum five years’ experience in progressive administrative experience in health services; two years’ experience in mental health management; or any other satisfactory combination of experience and training.

·        Corporate environment experience with multi-level operations in multiple locations.

·        Outcome based management skills required.

·        Preferred: Substantial knowledge of the field of mental health administration.

·        Experience working in a not-for-profit, behavioral health care environment preferred.

·        Preferred individual with Six Sigma or equivalent.

Language Skills

  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret financial reports and legal documents.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with healthcare administrators, physicians and other professionals.
  • Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies or member of the business community.
  • Ability to write speeches and articles for publication that conform to prescribed style and format.
  • Ability to effectively present information to top management, public groups and/or Boards of directors.

Reasoning Ability

  • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.
  • Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables
  • Ability to maintain standards set by oversight entities, regulators and other professional organizations.
  • Ability to function independently within policy established by Board.
  • Ability to conceptualize and develop programs, budgets and related functions.
  • Ability to relate well to Board, staff and community.
  • Ability to delegate effectively.

For immediate consideration, please send your cover letter and resume to Tonya Christensen, Senior Recruiter via email tonya.christensen@gobhi.net.  Applications will only be considered when submitted through this process.  EOE


Community Support Specialist
Full Time

Columbia Community Mental Health has 1 FT-36 Hour Community Support Specialist position available at our A&D Residential/Detox treatment facility. This position covers Saturday Day Shift, Sunday & Monday Graveyard. Graveyard shifts have an additional .80 cent differential.

Successful candidates should enjoy working with people; have skills to assist clients with daily living needs (including medication distribution), transportation and recreational activities. Candidates must have the ability to remain calm in high stress & crisis situations; ability to understand personal boundaries and how boundaries impact treatment; experience in nutritionally balanced meal preparation for up to 16 is required; cleaning is required.

Must have a valid driver's license, proof of current auto insurance and ability to be agency insured. (DMV check required) Must be able to pass drug screening & criminal history background check. High School diploma or equivalent is preferred. Successful candidates must be committed to working with diverse community populations.

Applications will be accepted until position is filled or closed.


Admission Specialist/Front Desk Lead
Full Time

Are you so organized that you find yourself organizing your friends and family? Do you like to help people? Do you have experience leading a team?  If this sounds like you, Columbia Community Mental Health, a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic located in scenic St. Helens Oregon, is looking for an exceptional staff person to lead the reception and admission activities of our integrated behavioral health clinic.

As a working lead, this position will also be responsible for rescheduling appointments for clients and supporting other reception and admission activities.  Successful candidate will have a history of providing great customer service and working within an electronic medical record.

Minimum Required Qualifications:

·        High School Diploma or equivalency

·        Experience in general office and reception

Preferred Qualifications:

·        College Degree

·        Experience working in a medical/behavior clinic setting

·        Experience working with an Electronic Health Record

·        Experience leading or supervising a team

Candidate must have valid driver license, proof of current auto insurance and have the ability to be agency insured (DMV check required) Candidate must be able to pass criminal background check and drug screening. Successful Candidate must be committed to working with diverse community populations.  Applications will be accepted until position is filled or closed.


Registered Nurse - Residential
Full Time

Columbia Community Mental Health is seeking a Full Time RN. 

This position is Monday -- Friday, 8am -- 5pm. Successful candidate will provide services to adult residents within our psychiatric residential facilities and community. Current Oregon license required. Psychiatric nursing experience preferred. Experience in social work, public health and/or case management is highly desired. CCMH is a progressive organization dedicated to quality care for consumers. We provide a positive organizational culture and desire staff who are team players and have a passion for the consumers we serve.

Candidate must be able to pass drug screening and criminal background check. Candidate must have a valid driver license, proof of current auto insurance and ability to be agency insured (DMV check required). Successful candidate must be committed to working with diverse community populations. 

Applications will be accepted until position is filled or closed


Community Support Specialist
On Call & Full Time

Columbia Community Mental Health has several positions available for On Call Community Support Specialists for our A&D Residential/Detox treatment facility & Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facilities.

Successful candidates should enjoy working with people; have skills to assist clients with daily living needs (including medication distribution), transportation and recreational activities. Candidates must have the ability to remain calm in high stress & crisis situations; experience in nutritionally balanced meal preparation for up to 16 is required; cleaning is required. Must have a valid driver's license, proof of current auto insurance and ability to be agency insured. (DMV check required) Must be able to pass drug screening & criminal history background check. High School diploma or equivalent is preferred. Successful candidates must be committed to working with diverse community populations.

On Call pay range reflects a $1.00 per hour differential – Graveyard shifts have an additional .80 cent differential. Applications will be accepted until position is filled or closed.


Clinical Supervisor/Mental Health Counselor III
Full Time

Columbia Community Mental Health (CCMH) is currently seeking a Full Time Clinical Supervisor/MHC III for our Outpatient Department.

Successful candidate will provide ½ time clinical supervision to QMHA/QMHP and graduate level interns, and ½ time direct care therapeutic services, and crisis response to children, adults and families. Additional duties include assessment and diagnosis, treatment planning and case management.

Minimum required qualifications: 

  • Masters in a human services related field;
  • LPC or LCSW Licensure(LCSW Preferred);
  • Three year’s work related experience;
  • Previous supervisory experience;
  • Possess or ability to obtain required (30 hours) course certification to supervise toward licensure.
  • (Flexible scheduling may be possible, four 10 hour days)

Candidate must be able to pass drug screening and criminal background check. Candidate must have a valid driver license, proof of current auto insurance and ability to be agency insured (DMV check required). Successful candidate must be committed to working with diverse community populations.

This position may qualify for the Loan Forgiveness Program and CCMH is an NHSC (National Health Service Corps) approved site.   Applications will be accepted until position is filled or closed.


Mental Health Counselor III/Mobile Crisis Supervisor
Full Time

Columbia Community Mental Health is currently seeking a full time MHC III/Mobile Crisis Supervisor.

Columbia Community Mental Health provides comprehensive behavioral health services to the rural communities of Columbia County, Oregon.  Our main office is located in St. Helens, Oregon – a beautiful drive from downtown Portland along the scenic Columbia River Hwy.  Our agency is experiencing a period of growth, opening new programs and serving a larger population as more families gain access to insurance.


This position will be responsible for coordinating Mobile Crisis staff, policies/procedures, orientation to the agency & department and coordination of the Mobile Crisis Team with Law Enforcement agencies.  The Crisis Supervisor will also provide direct crisis services to adults, children, adolescents and families with mental health or chemical dependency problems.


Minimum required qualifications include: 1) Masters Degree in Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Social Work or related field from an accredited college; 2) Minimum of 3 years work related experience; 3) License and ability to supervise toward licensure.


Candidate must have valid driver license, proof of current auto insurance and have the ability to be agency insured (DMV check required) Candidate must be able to pass criminal background check and drug screening. Successful Candidate must be committed to working with diverse community populations. This position may qualify for the Loan Forgiveness Program.

Applications will be accepted until position is filled or closed.


Registered Nurse
On Call

Columbia Community Mental Health is a progressive, client centered behavioral health facility and part of the Columbia Pacific CCO. CCMH is located NW of Portland in beautiful St. Helens, ideally between a metropolitan area and the coast. CCMH has an immediate opening for an On Call Registered Nurse for our Detox Center, Bridge to Pathways that is part of Columbia Community Mental Health, and serves the CCO region. The Register Nurse position is a critical part of our detox and clinical treatment teams where collaboration and multi-disciplinary teams of medical and clinical professionals will provide quality and compassionate care for substance-dependent clients and clients with co-occurring disorders. Candidate must be able to pass drug screening and criminal background check. Successful candidate must be committed to working with diverse community populations. 

Essential functions for the Registered Nurses include but is not limited to: 
*Daily brief assessment of alcohol and drug- dependent clients.
*Administer medication as prescribed by a physician.
*Provide quality care to substance dependent and dually disordered patients and consult with medical/clinical teams.
*Administer and review PPD tests.
*Ensure referral for lab analysis and evaluation of results.
*Provide client health education in individual and group settings.
*For opiate replacement therapy clients, work with Physician to review, document and implement medication changes based on verbal order. 

Requirements for this position include:
*Current, unencumbered Oregon license as an RN.
*Valid driver license, proof of current auto insurance and the ability to be agency insured (DMV check required).


CCMH offers excellent medical, vision, dental, life insurance, paid time off, paid holidays to all benefit eligible employees. Eligible employees also have access to a retirement plan which may include employer contribution. Limited benefits are also available for some part-time positions.

Our company makes reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities who are otherwise qualified to perform a job unless such accommodations would impose an undue business hardship. Please let us know if you need an accommodation to participate in the application process.

CCMH considers all applicants for positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, veteran/reserve/national guard, disability, or any other similarly protected status. CCMH is committed to building a culturally diverse workplace.