This position is part time at 20 hours/week. Schedule TBD. Hours are day time hours, Monday - Friday, but incubment has some flexibility on hours they'll work. The position is located at one of Cascadia's community health centers located in NE Portland, Gateway area. This position will work with the Recovery Services and Older Adults program.
Provide psychiatric assessments and ongoing medication management to consumers receiving services at Cascadia clinical programs, while supporting a Trauma Informed Care environment. With the high prevalence of trauma among individuals receiving mental health services, it is required the PMHNP understand the effects of trauma on health, coping, and other aspects of the lives of those we serve. Depending on the program served, services may range from one time consultations to internal staff or external partner providers/agencies to ongoing services. Provide formal and informal case consultation to case managers, therapists, nursing staff, and other treatment team members. Coordinate with primary care and other external care providers serving individual consumers, as per community standards. Provide case consultation and support to family and/or other members of individual consumer's support systems, as needed.
- Psychiatrist MD or DO: Requires an active state medical license, including maintenance requirements and DEA certification.
- Certification (or eligibility for certification) by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
- PMHNP: Must have an Active State Nursing License as a PMHNP, including maintenance requirements and DEA certification.
- Certification by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
2-5 years of clinical experience with a community mental health clinic population is preferred but not essential.
Specialized Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Sufficient computer skills to complete documentation in an electronic medical records system in a timely manner
- Provide care in a setting consistent with the principles of collaborative care informed by stages of change models