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Florida Behavioral Health Association (FBHA)

FISCAL ASSISTANT

The Florida Behavioral Health Association (FBHA) is seeking a Fiscal Assistant to provide fiscal and administrative support to statewide association.

Scope of Responsibility:
Provide fiscal and administrative support to Director of Finance and Human Resources and other association staff for association contracts, grants, and general business.  Duties will include, but are not limited to:

  • Accounts payable and accounts receivable functions
  • Grant/contract tracking, reporting, and reconciliation
  • Bank deposits
  • Clerical duties
  • Backup for Receptionist
  • Other special projects as needed.

Education/Skills Requirements:
High school diploma or GED equivalent and a minimum of 2 years of prior accounting/bookkeeping experience required.  Must be extremely detail oriented and have impeccable computer skills. Strong verbal, written, and organizational skills and the ability to work in fast-paced environment required. Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook experience and proficiency required.  Experience with QuickBooks preferred. Proofreading and grammatical editing skills a plus.

To apply:
Complete the FBHA Job Application form in the link below. Submit the completed application with a cover letter including salary requirements to: FBHA at 2868 Mahan Drive, Suite 1, Tallahassee, FL 32308, or via e-mail at hr@floridabha.org.

The Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace.  Drug screening tests for illegal drug use are required as a condition for employment.  A successful level 2 Background Screening is required as a condition for employment.  E-verify of proof of eligible employment to work in the U.S. is also required for employment.

Download the FBHA job application here.

Posted 030620


Florida Behavioral Health Association (FBHA)

DIRECTOR – SOR TRAINING PROJECT

The Florida Behavioral Health Association (FBHA), is seeking to hire a Director for the SOR Training Project.  This position is dependent on available funding and can either be an employee or an independent contractor

Scope of Responsibility:
Provide leadership, management for the Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association (FADAA), a subsidiary of FBHA, State Opioid Response Training project. This project consists of:

  • a team of physicians with credentials and expertise in the field of addiction medicine who provide technical assistance, mentoring, training and other supports to providers of substance abuse treatment in the area of medication assisted treatment (MAT) using USDA-approved medications; and
  • a series of trainings specially designed for corrections and jail personnel to help them understand MAT.

Some of the major tasks include:

  • Coordinating mentoring and training activities for treatment providers, corrections and jails staff, courts and law enforcement, and other target populations
  • Managing a group of trainers
  • Evaluating services
  • Keeping abreast of best and promising practices
  • Gathering and analyzing data
  • Drafting reports

Education/Skills/Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in a behavioral health or related field and a minimum of three years’ experience in behavioral health or healthcare or commensurate education and experience. The position requires strong organizational skills and the ability to relate to and engage key leaders and addiction professionals and work independently in a fast-paced environment. Strong well-documented verbal and written communication skills are required. Graduate degrees are highly valued.

Travel:
About 30% of time. Applicants must hold a valid Florida Driver’s License.

To apply:
Complete the FBHA Job Application form in the link below. Submit the completed application with a cover letter including salary requirements to: FBHA at 2868 Mahan Drive, Suite 1, Tallahassee, FL 32308, or via e-mail at hr@floridabha.org.

The Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace.  Drug screening tests for illegal drug use are required as a condition for employment.  A successful level 2 Background Screening is required as a condition for employment.  E-verify of proof of eligible employment to work in the U.S. is also required for employment.

Download the FBHA job application here.

Posted 030120


Meridian Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.

Clinician – Mobile Response Teams (several openings/locations are available)

Program Designed to Serve Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults.  In partnership with law enforcement, local school districts, Alachua County Crisis Center, and other key stakeholders, Meridian Behavioral Healthcare, Inc. will form several quality-staffed Mobile Response Teams (MRTs) within Meridian’s established 11-county service area, geographically dividing the teams by proximity and population size, with the aim of maximizing care for youth up to the age of 25.

Each of the four teams will provide 24/7, on-demand crisis intervention and related services for youth and their families/caregivers.  Services will be provided in the setting in which the behavioral crisis is occurring (e.g., home, school, community). The teams will consist of trained professionals and paraprofessionals, including peer support.

Must be able to complete a level II background screening.  Contact Lillian_Pinkston@mbhci.org for info and click HERE to apply.  Meridian is an equal opportunity employer and a drug free workplace.


Gracepoint

Human Resources Coordinator

Provides support and management of duties, specifically in the Compliance and Data Management functions within the Human Resources Department. Reports to and functions under the direction, instruction, and supervision of the Human Resources Director.  Minimum of Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution. At least two years successful work experience in a human resources department. Oversees compliance in personnel file management, staff training, reporting and auditing.  Serves as agency lead in ensuring data in Kronos is accurate and that reporting is error free.  Serves as first level for PAR distribution among HR staff and that appropriate data is entered into Kronos.  Responsible for ensuring HR Policies/Procedures are edited as necessary and posted on the intranet.

For information, contact Dee Kaiser, HR Adminstrative Assistant, (813) 239-8445 or dkaiser@gracepointwellness.org 


Suncoast Center, Inc.

Medical Director

Education: Graduation from an accredited medical school with a specialty in psychiatry.

Licensure: Licensed as MD in State of Florida

Experience: Two years of clinical experience in a psychiatric setting working with mentally ill clients. Two years of supervisory experience required.

Job Responsibilities Include: Oversees and directs, the overall planning of the psychiatric/medical care and treatment of clients, and has the final decision making authority on clinical matters effecting their care and welfare. Advocates on behalf of client, and links with systems and services to meet identified needs. Monitors revenue and expense reports of program and institutes corrective action as appropriate to ensure compliance with budgetary goals. Monitors productivity of program staff on an ongoing basis and institutes corrective action to ensure compliance. Ensures programmatic goals and objectives are met and institutes corrective action. Executes aspects of administrative responsibilities (timesheets, time off requests, project timelines, etc.) in a detailed and timely manner. Provides direct diagnostic assessments and evaluation and implements treatment plans for clients as required. Completes all documentation (clinical documents, service worksheets, time sheets, reports, grants, etc.). Assures appropriate documentation for contract and system requirements. Trains and educates staff on timely and accurate data submission, process completion and policy protocols. Provides clinical in-service training to center professionals and paraprofessional staff as requested. Reviews clinical records for quality, quantity and performance; advocates on behalf of client and links with systems and services to meet identified needs and provides feedback to staff. Participates in and co-chairs Client Care Committee

Must be able to complete a level II background screening and pre-employment drug test in compliance with Florida Law.

Posted 09/16/19


Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health Florida

Licensed Psychologist

Licensed psychologist or post-doctoral fellow serving in a contractual position at an inpatient behavioral healthcare program in Brevard county, Florida. Responsibilities include conducting psychological evaluations for children and adolescents in residential treatment. Testing material provided. Between 20-30 hours a month.  Interested applicants should send their resume and cover letter to Carlos F. Pozzi-Montero, Psy.D., Ph.D. PhD at Carlos.Pozzi@devereux.org

Posted 09/03/19