The Emily Program, P.C. Behavioral Health Technician in Queen Anne, Washington
DescriptionThis is an 0.8 FTE opportunity focused on Days/Evenings shifts through the week and weekend.Position Summary:The Behavioral Health Technician supports the residential milieu by facilitating therapeutic activity groups, assisting clients in acquiring skills to manage their eating disorder, maintaining a recovery-oriented environment, and providing general support and assistance.Responsibilities:Partners with the multi-disciplinary team on care plan and treatmentAssists in resident admissionsAvailable to support and assist in programming; or to support when programming is not scheduledParticipates in case management and/or case consult as part of the client treatment teamParticipates in therapeutic meals and snacks and provides support to residents at mealtimes and snacksSupports residents during structured outings and recreationResponsible for knowing where the clients are at all timesAvailable to engage, challenge, and support residents as neededMonitors and supports bathroom use per client treatmentMonitors and documents exerciseResponsible for enforcing appropriate policies with residents and completing all expected tasks including hourly room-checksCleans the residential facility as neededAssists residents in pass planning and pass processingReports observations and documents in chartsMay assist kitchen staff with food or meal prep as neededPerforms additional duties as assignedQualifications:Current Basic Life Support / First Aid certification required (American Heart Association) within 30 days from date of hire.Must have valid driver's license and be authorized toPrevious direct mental health experience preferredAssociate Degree or 1 year of equivalent experience required. BA or BS degree, preferredWashington State Food and Beverage Service Worker's Permit obtaining within 14 days of employmentWorkplace Environment:Standing 70-75% and Sitting 25-30%.Bending, twisting, kneeling, stooping, or crouching when appropriate, onLift, carry, push, or pull up to 30 pounds (supplies, etc.)QualificationsEducationBachelors (required)Equal Opportunity EmploymentAccanto Health is committed to providing a work environment that is free from discrimination. Accanto Health prohibits discrimination in recruiting, hiring, employment, training, job duties, compensation, evaluation, promotion, and any other condition of employment against any employee or job applicant because of that person’s race, color, ethnicity, genetic information, human immunodeficiency virus status, creed, veteran or military status, marital or familial status, membership or activity in a local commission, religion, ancestry, sex, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, pregnancy, childbirth, use of a service animal because of the blindness, deafness or physical handicap, status with regard to public assistance, or any other legally protected status prohibited by local, state or federal laws.If you believe that an employment decision has been made that does not conform to Accanto Health’s commitment to equal opportunity, the matter should be brought promptly to the attention of Human Resources. Your complaint will be thoroughly investigated. There will be no retaliation against any employee who files a complaint in good faith, even if the result of an investigation produces insufficient evidence to support the complaint. Please see the Harassment, Non-Discrimination, and Non-Retaliation Policy for additional information.