The official conference app for 2024 Meaningful Care Conference

<< See 51069 More Jobs Posted in Whova Events

Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2024 Meaningful Care Conference

If you know anyone in the job market, feel free to share with them

LPN- Dayshift
Cascade Aids Project
This is a Full-Time role working at Our House in SE Portland. The schedule for this role is Sunday-Thursday 6:30am-3:00pm

Starting pay is $32.04 hr which is equivalent to just over $64k yr. Pay for LPN increases with tenure and the top of the pay scale is $35.79 This is a union represented position, so the compensation, benefits and conditions of work are collectively bargained.

Who You Are

Unencumbered nursing license in the state of Oregon
Basic Life Support card
Ability to pass DHS background check
One year of relevant nursing experience preferred.
Motivation to work with persons living with HIV, Substance Use Disorder (SUD) or behavioral health supports and require all levels of care.
Commitment to advancing equity and inclusion in workplace or community settings
Desire and ability to engage in equity and inclusion initiatives and discussions in the workplace, including but not limited to: engaging in training workshops, team and department meetings, and commitment to advancing equity and inclusion in workplace or community setting.


What You’ll Do

Performs nursing procedures in accordance with licensure and skill level, utilizing principles of safety and infection control.
Ability to explain treatments and conditions to patients of all ages and diverse populations
Provides assistance with activities of daily living.
Excellent organizational and time management skills, with strong attention to detail
Works in collaboration with resident’s primary care provider, clinical staff, and support system.
Administers and documents medications and treatments using electronic medication administration record.



Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=159584&clientkey=DB9E831C38D9AC2CC60021C80714421C
NHBS Community Health Interviewer/HIV Test Counselor
Portland State University
This position will conduct interviews and HIV and Hepatitis C (HCV) counseling and testing for the Portland National HIV Behavioral Surveillance (NHBS) 2024 data collection cycle. This position will receive direction from the Project Manager, Field Operations Manager, and Assistant Field Supervisor. This position will be housed at Portland State University with travel to the Portland State Office Building (800 NE Oregon Street, Portland) and throughout the Portland metropolitan statistical area.

Job duties will include:
Screening participants for eligibility and obtaining informed consent.
Completing computer assisted interviews with participants. After required training, you will use CDC-approved survey software to conduct in-depth standardized interviews and enter survey data.
Conducting HIV and HCV testing and counseling. After required training, you will collect blood specimens for HIV and HCV testing via finger sticks, provide HIV and HCV test results and pre- and post-test counseling, and enter testing data.
Participating in meetings with the research team and in evaluations and feedback on interviewing and testing procedures
Assisting full time staff with obtaining and returning participant incentives at the beginning and end of assigned shifts.
Working non-traditional hours as needed—some interviewing/testing sessions may take place late in the evening or on weekends
Link: https://jobs.hrc.pdx.edu/postings/41792
Sex Trafficked Youth Advocate
Self Enhancement Inc. (SEI)
Please see link for complete description and application link.
Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=98222&clientkey=1653C38F12EE95B27D86F465751A0598
Domestic Violence Youth Advocate
Self Enhancement Inc. (SEI)
Please see attached link to view the complete job description and application link.
Link: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=109443&clientkey=1653C38F12EE95B27D86F465751A0598
Controller
Portland Mental Health & Wellness
The Controller is highly skilled and experienced, and primarily oversees all financial aspects of the organization. They will be responsible for managing financial reporting, budgeting, forecasting, and ensuring compliance with accounting standards and regulatory requirements. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in accounting, finance, and healthcare administration, with exceptional leadership and analytical skills.

In addition to overseeing financial operations for Portland Mental Health & Wellness, the Controller will be responsible for providing financial support and guidance to three affiliated, smaller companies within the organization
Link: https://www.portlandmh.com/controller/
Director of Outpatient Psychiatric Services
Portland Mental Health & Wellness
The Director of Outpatient Psychiatric Services is responsible for overseeing and supporting the Outpatient Medical Team, including clinical consultation and direction when needed, supporting compliance, clinical best practices, and generally being a go-to resource for psychiatric providers. The Director is responsible for setting and meeting performance goals, financial goals, and other measures of success for outpatient psychiatric medication management at the practice. The Director of Outpatient Psychiatric Services is responsible for collaborating with other department directors toward the overall success of Portland Mental Health & Wellness. They must have good decision-making skills and the ability to think globally, attend to detail, and creatively collaborate with colleagues and direct reports.

Overall, the Director of Outpatient Psychiatric Services plays a critical role in overseeing and optimizing the provision of mental health care to individuals seeking psychiatric treatment in an outpatient setting. Their responsibilities encompass clinical, managerial, administrative, and strategic functions aimed at ensuring the well-being of patients and the success of the mental health practice.
Link: https://www.portlandmh.com/director-of-outpatient-psychiatric-services/
Lead Licensed Therapist for Intensive Outpatient Programs
Portland Mental Health & Wellness
The Lead Therapist, an independently licensed clinician, will offer evidence-based group, individual, and family therapy to adults participating in our Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP). They will apply the best practices of group counseling techniques to assist patients effectively. Additionally, the Lead Therapist will directly support pre-licensed associate clinicians and pre-doctoral externs.

In addition to their therapeutic role, the Lead Therapist will undertake certain administrative responsibilities. These include supervising a Master’s student intern, leading team meetings, and creating new programming, among other tasks.

Attendance and presence required for IOP programming and associated staff meetings (3 days a week/4 hours total per week), along with an individual caseload of 6 patients, 1 intake, and 7 hours of group (18 clinical contact hours per week).
Link: https://www.portlandmh.com/lead-licensed-therapist-iop-2/
Pre-Licensed Associate Therapist for Intensive Outpatient Programs
Portland Mental Health & Wellness
The pre-licensed associate therapist will offer evidence-based group, individual, and family therapy to adults participating in our Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP). They will apply the best practices of group counseling techniques to assist patients effectively, and they will work in collaboration with others involved in the health of patients.

Overall, therapists approach their work with humility, respect, and a commitment to decolonizing and liberating mental health care. They prioritize the well-being and self-determination of patients, their families, and their communities, recognizing their intrinsic value and inherent dignity.

IOP associate therapists are required to be present for IOP programming and associated staff meetings (3 days a week/4 hours a day), along with an individual caseload of 9 patients (23 clinical contact hours per week).
Link: https://www.portlandmh.com/pre-licensed-associate-therapist-iop/
Licensed Psychologist, LPC, LCSW, LMFT – Adult & Young Adult Focus
Portland Mental Health & Wellness
As healers, therapists offer a range of services that support the mental and emotional well-being of individuals, families, and communities. They promote and facilitate the attainment of optimal mental health through prevention, treatment, and maintenance services.

Therapists work collaboratively with patients, their families, and other healthcare providers, recognizing that all voices are important and deserve to be heard. They provide culturally sensitive and responsive care, acknowledging the impact of historical trauma and colonization on the mental health of communities and individuals.

In their work, therapists may offer therapy services, both individual and group, that center the experiences and knowledge of patients. They prioritize the empowerment and agency of patients, recognizing their unique identities and strengths, and support them in developing and using their own coping skills and strategies.

Therapists also offer ongoing maintenance services that support the sustainability of mental and emotional well-being. They recognize the importance of long-term care and work with patients to identify and address any obstacles to maintaining their mental health.

Overall, therapists approach their work with humility, respect, and a commitment to decolonizing and liberating mental health care. They prioritize the well-being and self-determination of patients, their families, and their communities, recognizing their intrinsic value and inherent dignity.
Link: https://www.portlandmh.com/ft-psychologist-lpc-lcsw-or-lmft/
<< See 51069 More Jobs Posted in Whova Events