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Bilingual Intern - Paid Role
NAMI Delaware Join our supportive and passionate team! Develop advocacy, presentation and training skills! Spend 10-15 hours a week in the 2021-2022 school year helping make a difference in your community for those in need of advocacy, education and support! Candidates must be fluent in Spanish and English (verbal and written communication) and must be enrolled in a regionally accredited college or university. Please send cover letter and résumé to the attention of Dr. Josh Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full-Time Utilization Management Specialist
SUN Behavioral Responsible for the coordination and implementation of case management strategies pursuant to the Case Management process. Plans and coordinates care of the patient from pre-hospitalization through discharge. Responsible for authorization of appropriate services for continued stay and through discharge. Conducts reviews with insurance companies to ensure coverage for patient admissions. Participates in performance improvement activities. Attends 80% of staff meetings. Coordinates care for patient through communication with Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Services, Nursing, Assessment and Referrals Department. Attends treatment team meetings as scheduled.
Full-Time Intake Services Manager - 3p-1130p
SUN Behavioral Delaware Responsible for managing all aspects of the Intake areas. Ensures efficient and orderly admission of inpatients and admitting process of individuals who will be admitting to our outpatient programs, Intensive Outpatient and Partial Hospitalization. Assists and collaborates to ensure our patients are connected and admitted to IOP and PHP programs. Maintains open communication with the Nursing Supervisor, Business Development, Business Office, Environmental Services and administration.
Full-Time Mental Health Technician - 3p-1130p
SUN Behavioral Delaware Provides direct and indirect patient care under the direction of a RN or LPN/LVN. Provides for the personal care and comfort of psychiatric patients. Provides a safe, clean environment. Participates in performance improvement and continuous quality improvement (CQI) activities.
Full-Time Intake Therapist or RN - Evening Shift
SUN Behavioral Delaware Receives inquiry calls and assists the caller with scheduling a face-to-face assessment or provide triage to the appropriate community referral based on patient need. Assesses or ensures necessary assessment by a licensed, qualified mental health professional for patients who present for assessment. Upon assessment of the patient, coordinates with the physician to ensure appropriate treatment is provided either at the hospital or another appropriate provider in the community. Ensures appropriate screening of medical and behavioral emergency conditions. Completes all administrative processes of the admission for treatment including, as appropriate, the initial authorization of care with the insurance company/third-party payor.
Full-Time Registrar - 7a-7p & 3p-11p available
SUN Delaware Responsible for complete and accurate patient demographic information, verifies insurance, collects co-pays and deductibles, assist patient with filing for assistance and/or charity. Ensure all necessary signatures are obtained and patients are aware of hospital policies and procedures. This position works closely with Intake, answers phones and assist with patient flow. Distributes appropriate information to ancillary departments. Participates in performance improvement and continuous quality improvement (CQI) activities. Strong customer service, organizational and communication skills are essential to this position. In addition, understanding and adherence to Business Office policies as outlined in the Procedure Manual is required. This position requires an ability to prioritize multiple tasks simultaneously in a stressful environment. Also requires general computer skills, typing skills and a working knowledge OSHA and HIPAA guidelines.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Jewish Family Services of Delaware Are you looking for a work environment that offers you flexibility, support, and professional growth? Our rapidly growing clinical practice sees clients of all ages with a team that has expertise in children’s therapy, individual, couple, and family counseling; JFS clinicians also have opportunities to lead therapeutic and support groups. As part of our talented Outpatient Behavioral Health team, you will provide the assessment and therapeutic services to help clients learn the skills needed to cope with their stressors, build resilience, and live more satisfying lives.
An Outpatient Therapist, under the direction and clinical supervision of the Director of Outpatient Behavioral Health, is responsible for functions of coordinating, managing, supporting, and facilitating appropriate services to meet the needs of individual clients. It is necessary to be technologically proficient and able to work with Telehealth platforms, as well as be willing to provide services in office settings.
Project DelAWARE Program Manager
University of Delaware Find full job posting here: https://careers.udel.edu/cw/en-us/job/496806/program-manager-center-for-disabilities-studies
The Center for Disabilities Studies (CDS) is the largest research and public service center in the College of Education and Human Development. It promotes the inclusion of individuals with disabilities in all aspects of society. The Center accomplishes this through education, service, information dissemination, and research. The Program Manager will be part of the School-Age Unit within the Center. The School-Age Unit is comprised of a number of projects whose work includes outreach to all student populations including those receiving special and regular education services. More information about CDS is available at www.udel.edu/cds.
Under the limited direction of the School-age Unit Director, the Program Manager will oversee daily operations of DelAWARE project. The Program Manager will work closely with the Department of Education (DOE) Project Director, splitting time between DOE and CDS offices, and has primary responsibility for managing the grant activities and reporting information as required by the grant. The Program Manager will also collaborate with the Delaware Positive Behavior Support (DE-PBS) Project staff to support implementation of Multi-tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) and Prevent Teach Reinforce Model for Tier 3 with the partnering LEAs and schools.