Behavioral Health Clinician (BHC) - FT - Great Benefits! (Eureka)

Humboldt County Office of Education

compensation: $72,327 to $90,409/yr, DOE, + amazing benefits, including employer-paid medical/dental/vision, sick leave, CalPERS Retirement program
employment type: full-time
job title: Behavioral Health Clinician (BHC)
Come join the amazing HCOE team as a Behavioral Health Clinician!
The Humboldt County Office of Education offers amazing benefits:
- Employer-paid medical, dental, and vision for the family
- CalPERS Retirement Program with employer matching (26.68% for the 23-24 school year)
- Sick leave and vacation
- Longevity Program that rewards long-term employees
- HealthSPORT Business Partner rates

Behavioral Health Clinician - SELPA
624 Harris St Eureka
8 hrs/day, 5 days/wk, 194 days/yr, FTE 1.0
Salary: $72,327 - $90,409

Please click on the link for the complete job description and application process: https://employment.hcoe.org/jobs/view/5714/

Possession of a valid California license as a Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or a Marriage, Family Therapist (MFT) or Pupil Personnel Services Credential in School Psychology. Experience working in children’s mental health and/or early intervention. Demonstrate competence in communicating effectively with children and parents, staff members and representatives of other agencies. Experience working with a SELPA including experience participating in IEP team meetings is desirable. *At this stage, unofficial transcripts are acceptable. If offered the position, official transcripts will be required for placement.

General Description:
Under the supervision and direction of the SELPA Director and the SELPA Mental Health Services Program Manager, the Behavioral Health Clinician (BHC) provides assessment and school based counseling services for students referred for Educationally Related Mental Health Services. The BHC provides supportive and direct services to students with problem behaviors that interfere with academic performance and developmental progress, cause conflict with peers, community or family, and/or put the student at risk for placement in a more restrictive educational setting, higher levels of mental health care and/or out of home placement. The BHC provides consultation and training to teachers, paraprofessionals and parents; supports the implementation of positive behavioral interventions conforming to all IDEA-related requirements. Mental health services may be provided at counseling centers, in student homes, at school sites and/or in the community.

Please click on the link for the complete job description and application process: https://employment.hcoe.org/jobs/view/5714/
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