• 03-Mar-2023 to Until Filled (MST)
  • Denver, CO, USA
  • 20.00-22.00
  • Hourly
  • Full Time

All the benefits you expect-PTO, Health, Vision & Dental Insurance, 401(k) match, HSA & FSA, Company Paid Life Insurance & Long Term Disability

Summary of Major Functions:

Provide support and maintain structure for patients in the Partial Hospitalization Program outside of regular program hours and during transition times by supporting house counselors. Manages the process of transporting patients to and from program, participate in meals, encourage the abstinence of eating disorder behaviors, communicate with program staff, and foster a calm, supportive environment in the house.

Job Type: Full-Time, (Hourly)

Pay: $20.00 - $22.00 per hour; Sign On Bonus!

More about this opportunity: Sick Leave, Employee Assistant Program, Company Paid Life Insurance & Long Term Disability for PRN/part time positions. Additional benefits offered for full time positions.

*The estimated compensation range displayed represents the typical wage range of candidates hired. Factors that may be used to determine your actual salary may include your education level, specific skills, years of experience and comparison to other employees already in this role. The final salary could be higher or lower than the reflected salary range posted.

House Counselor Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Demonstrates knowledge of and practice of basic support skills appropriate to non-program care.
  2. Participates in meals with patients in a fashion consistent with current policies and procedures; eats and models appropriate eating behaviors during assigned mealtimes with patients.
  3. Thoroughly integrates new housemates into the structure of the Supportive House by demonstrating knowledge of all aspects of the Supportive House and by making patients familiar with the rules, expectations, and routines of the house.
  4. Understands that having the Supportive House in this neighborhood is a privilege and understands the responsibility that comes with that privilege by upholding a quiet, calm, neighborly presence.
  5. Maintains daily schedules and structure, specifically around transport times, meal times, and bed times.
  6. Monitors housemates' activities, appropriate to adult patient population, to ensure safety and accountability.
  7. Demonstrates ability to hold strong personal boundaries and ability to build rapport with house occupants.
  8. Relays clinical information and observations about a patient to the treatment team when appropriate.
  9. Is creative in interactions with house occupants to maintain a safe, supportive environment.
  10. Remains alert and available and in a physical location that assures the ability to respond to situations as they arise.
  11. Is present and available for housemate requests and needs; provides outreach when necessary.
  12. Timely completion and accuracy of paperwork, including daily logs and forms.
  13. Contributes to the well-being of all housemates by serving as a positive role model, demonstrating a professional and caring manner in all interactions.
  14. Maintains confidentiality of all patient information.
  15. Makes timely requests for time off and makes arrangements for coverage, with the assistance and approval of the supervisor.
  16. Other job duties as assigned.

Supervisor Duties:

  1. Interview, train, and coach employees and monitor work performance, creating performance improvement plans as needed.
  2. Maintain accurate employee records including annual reviews, reference checks, and competency exams.
  3. Punctually complete required department paperwork and maintain accurate records in department database according to company and department standards.
  4. Annually review and update departmental policies, procedures, and manuals to comply with company objectives.
  5. Manage department schedule by determining shift coverage needs and arrange for coverage.
  6. Review biweekly timecards, monitor department budget, and maintain a record of expenditures
  7. Provide on-call support to counselors and direction for emergencies.
  8. Communicate house maintenance and repair needs of residence and vehicle to the Manager of Operations.
  9. Provide on-going staff development and assist in resolving human resource, employee retention, department safety, and risk management issues.
  10. Attend and participate in company meetings as required (community, clinical and admissions, as applicable) and facilitate quarterly department meetings.

Minimum Qualifications:

1. Enrolled in a Bachelor's program in the behavioral health required.

2. Previous experience working in a healthcare setting preferred.

About EDCare-Denver

Are you looking to work with a high quality, collaborative team within a privately held growing eating disorder company? Are you passionate about patient recovery? Do you want compassionate, enthusiastic and engaged co-workers? EDCare can provide this for you and more!

EDCare, established in 2001, is a privately held, Joint Commission Accredited eating disorder program with locations in Denver, Colorado Springs, Kansas City and Omaha. We offer evidence-based PHP, IOP (both adult and adolescent), and OP treatment for patients struggling with various eating disorders. EDCare Denver also specializes in eating disorders combined with our Specialty Programs: Athletic, Substance Use, Binge Eating and Trauma.

Physical Demands and Environment:

Physical demands of this job include but are NOT limited to:

Sitting frequently, standing occasionally, walking occasionally, talking occasionally, hearing constantly, seeing constantly, reaching with arms and hands occasionally, crouching occasionally and using fingers intricately. This position requires lifting/carrying up to 10 pounds occasionally.

Environmental conditions of this job include but are NOT limited to:

95% inside, 99% normal temperature and 99% normal noise as expected in a neighborhood home environment.

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