The Behavioral Health Acute Responder Clinician is responsible for providing crisis management training to hospital medical, behavioral health and security staff. This position will also be responsible for responding to hospital psychiatric/behavioral health crisis response situations as a team leader. The position will also be responsible for managing the Franklin County Youth Psychiatric Crisis line as well as the Nationwide Children?s staff and provider line to assist with youth in crisis. This individual is expected to utilize practice standards to the hospital approved crisis management training and maintain all needed training requirements. In addition, this position will utilize practice standards for managing and triaging crises over the phone.The Behavioral Health Acute Responder Clinician will possess the skills to provide training, public speaking, leadership to hospital staff as well as de-escalation and therapeutic intervention to youth experiencing psychiatric/behavioral health crises. This position requires an individual who is dynamic and composed in managing crises. This individual will have a passion for trauma informed care and be comfortable educating and debriefing with other staff. He/she will possess experience with training as well as managing psychiatric/behavioral health crises. He/she will provide culturally appropriate interactions and presentations across all professional and clinical settings.
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Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Masters or doctoral degree from an accredited university or professional school of counseling, social work, or marriage and family therapy
Appropriate Ohio licensure; LPC, LSW, LMFT
Demonstrated skills in training or instruction in group settings
Demonstrated skills in Crisis management and intervention in person and over the phoneDemonstrated skills in providing assessment and treatment to children and adolescents
Strong communication and interpersonal skills or order to establish and maintain positive relationships with hospital staff and providers, administrators, peers, families, and stakeholders
Excellent clinical assessment and treatment documentation skills
Willingness to be agile, innovative and flexile to the needs of the Behavioral Health Crisis Services
Strong knowledge base and practice of trauma informed care in a mental health/hospital setting
Minimum Physical requirements
Sitting Constantly (67-100%)
Talking on phone/in person Constantly (67-100%)
Typing on a keyboard Frequently (34-66%)
Standing/walking Occasionally (0-33%
The above list of duties is intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by individuals assigned to this classification.� It is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of duties performed by the individual so classified, nor is it intended to limit or modify the right of any supervisor to assign, direct, and control the work of employees under his/her supervision.