Behavioral Health and Wellness Provider I/II/III


Working together to promote healthy communities
Working collaboratively with other healthcare providers the Behavioral Health and Wellness Provider I/II/III develops and provides comprehensive therapeutic treatments and clinical preventative services to community members in individual or group settings. Through positive engagement with patients, their family members and other care providers, the incumbent gathers information, develops treatment plans, identifies strengths and vulnerabilities, and coordinates and monitors services accordingly. Serving as a consistent and trusted educator, the incumbent helps to ensure the community and individuals are knowledgeable and prepared to execute healthy choices.
The incumbent is an integral part of the community in which he/she serves; commitment and dedication to continuity and quality of care is imperative for success. Successful candidates will have proven understanding of the impact of family dynamics, cultural influences, psychosocial issues, and/or substance abuse issues on the health and well-being of the patient; he/she will know how to best develop strategies for the maximum benefit of the patient. Candidate should have experience with trauma informed care and treating co-occurring disorders. Likewise, innovative and creative problem solving, collaboration and patience, and determination are competencies that help define the ideal Behavioral Health and Wellness Provider I/II/III.

This is a full-time position and can be located in King Cove or Sand Point.
To compete for this position, candidates must possess:
 Provider I High School Diploma or GED.
 Provider II Bachelor’s Degree in in Outdoor Education, Recreation Psychology, Social Work, Psychology, Behavioral Health Counseling or related field preferred; CDC II required.
 Provider III Master of Social work, psychology, counseling, or related field preferred; CDC II required. Licensed in the State of Alaska as an LCSW, LPC, LMFT is preferred.
 Tobacco Cessation Specialist Certification preferred; incumbent should be able to achieve within eighteen (18) months of employment.
 A valid AK Driver’s License (insurable by EAT)
 Experience in rural cross culture setting preferred.
For more information, contact Human Resources, (907) 564-2506. Candidates must submit a thorough CV and a completed employment application found on EAT’s Careers Page, www.eatribes.org/careers.
Pursuant to PL 93-638, as amended, preference will be given to qualified Alaska Natives, American Indians and/or Eastern Aleutian Tribal Members in all phases of employment.

Sand Point, AK

1 month(s) ago