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School Liaison - Clinician

Department: The Family Center
Location: Pueblo, CO

Health Solutions is a premier wellness center focused on whole-person care. With almost 400 employees in Southern Colorado, you would be joining a mighty team of support and administrative staff, case managers, clinicians, physicians, nurses, and others in our efforts to improve the health and wellbeing of our community.

We’ve got a great opportunity for a School Liaison Clinician to join the team located at our new Family Center at 1591 Taos Road in Pueblo.

What You’d Be Doing

As a School Liaison Clinician, you would be a vital contributor to the health and wellbeing of children and their families in Pueblo. You would be based at our Family Center but working at schools in our community to assure the students receive the best quality care they may need.

Specifically, the School Liaison Clinician

  • Provides mental health consultation with school staff regarding students’ mental health needs;
  • Conducts mental health observation within classrooms, supporting teachers and school staff’s implementation of trauma-informed responses;
  • Provides training and education services to school personnel and families;
  • Coordinates the administration of the Youth Mental Health First Aid courses;
  • Provides case management services, collaborative and integrative services with resources in the community to include participation in the Response to Intervention (RTI) process, Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings, Family Support Team meetings, and other meetings as determined for each child/youth;
  • Provides emergency services/crisis evaluation to school-aged children;
  • Provides observation and feedback to teachers;
  • Keeps accurate, complete, and up-to-date records with 100% compliance with center standards;
  • Maintains competency and proficiency with the agency’s Electronic Health Record; and
  • Performs other job-related duties as assigned.

Health Solutions expects all staff to

  • Adapt to change in the workplace and use change as an opportunity for innovation and creativity;
  • Take ownership of problems, brainstorm resolutions, use sound judgment in selecting solutions to problems, and then demonstrate consistent follow through;
  • Possess the job knowledge and skills to perform the fundamental job functions, and willingly assume greater responsibility over time regarding the scope of work;
  • Inspire and model collaborative teamwork; and
  • Demonstrate accommodation, politeness, helpfulness, trust building, appropriate boundaries, and flexibility in customer service.

What We’re Looking For—The Must-Haves

  • A graduate degree in social work, psychology, or a closely related field
  • At least one year of mental health treatment experience with children/adolescents
  • Colorado driver’s license and access to transportation during work hours

What We’d Like to See in You—The Nice-to-Haves

  • Colorado professional license
  • Knowledge of school systems
  • Spanish language skills

What You’ll Like About Us

  • Competitive pay. $49,778 annual salary, or as determined by license and experience. Salary reflects a 47-week work schedule, paid over 52 weeks.
  • Generous benefits. Includes paid holidays as scheduled by the schools, summers off as scheduled by the schools, paid time off for sick and personal events, tuition reimbursement, retirement, insurances, and FSA
  • Employee recognitions and celebrations
  • Warm and friendly work environment in which staff respect and learn from one another
  • Opportunities to serve our neighbors in Pueblo

Open until filled EOE, M/F

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