Job Number: 19-374-6491
Education: Graduated from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree with a major specialization in Human/Behavioral/Social Services or related field is required. Master's degree preferred.
Description: The Bilingual
Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP) will be able to provide services
related to the delivery of mental health care to assigned clients. Duties will
include; providing direct mental health services including; rehabilitative
skills training, individual/family/group therapy, symptom management and crisis
intervention to assigned clients. These services may be provided in a variety
of settings including but not limited to: home, office, and school. The goal of
services is to reduce symptoms, improve daily functioning and emotional
well-being. The QMHP will be responsible for meeting face to face billable hour
requirements as well as maintaining the person center care plan and other
treatment related documentation. Must possess a strong knowledge of the common
diagnoses and treatment for school-aged children and possess the skills
necessary to facilitate positive change. Bilingual in Spanish preferred.
License(s): Current and valid Texas driver's license and a clean driving record required.
Hours: 40 hours per week; Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm.
Salary: Starting Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP) salary is at $38,479-$40,739 based on education, but internal applicants are subject to Integral Care's QMHP career ladder.
Integral Care strives to maintain a diverse workforce. We encourage all to apply, including those who have knowledge and/or experience working with underserved populations, including Asian and Pacific Islander, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino, and LGBTQA communities.
For specific positions, additional compensation may be available to those who are bilingual in both English and one of the following languages: Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, or Burmese. (PM16)
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