Director of Education

Details

Category: Professional

Position Type: Full-time, Exempt

Salary range: Commensurate with experience

Reports to: Executive Director

Description

  • Oversee all on-going training programs including faculty and curriculum development
  • Oversee Beck Institute Supervisors and Adjunct Faculty and supervise Training Program staff
  • Anticipate future training needs and, in collaboration with the President, develop new training initiatives utilizing multiple platforms (live, web-based, pre-recorded)
  • Keep informed of latest teaching and dissemination research, technologies, platforms and trends
  • Update Training Program curricula based on current research on an ongoing basis

Specific Duties

  • Supervise training program staff
  • Conduct in-house and off-site CBT workshops
  • Improve existing online training programs (ongoing) and develop new online training program curricula
  • Direct Workshop Programs: Improve existing in-house and on-the-road workshop curricula (ongoing), develop new curricula, supervise faculty, review/improve workshop schedules, objectives, and lecture materials
  • Direct Supervision program: Supervise current supervisors and develop and qualify new supervisors
  • Direct Training for Organizations program: Consult with organizations on their CBT needs, supervise current and develop new faculty, review/improve workshop schedules, objectives, and lecture materials
  • Provide clinical consultation and/or supervision
  • Provide direct clinical services to 3-5 clients
  • Contribute CBT articles for social media
  • Attend staff meetings, Education Meetings, and the Institute’s weekly case conference
  • Represent the Institute at conferences
  • Make community presentations
  • Other duties, as assigned
  • Travel as necessary

Required Education

  • Doctoral degree in mental health profession
  • Demonstrated proficiency in CBT
  • Experience in training or teaching CBT and clinical supervision
  • Licensed or license eligible in Pennsylvania

Intake Coordinator

Details

Category: Administrative

Position Type: Full-time, non-exempt

Salary Range: $28,000 – $32,000

Reports to: Administrative Director

Desired Start Date: September, 2016

Description

As gatekeeper to the Beck Institute, the Intake Coordinator serves as first line of contact and liaison between staff and clients. This position is responsible for all clinical patient intake, scheduling, collection, and related communications, as well as office reception and general clerical tasks.

Specific Duties

  • Identify clients’ needs via telephone and email and provide tailored information and resources
  • Assess and escalate critical patient calls to clinicians and/or refer to emergency services
  • Manage and facilitate incoming communications to accommodate optimal staff workflow
  • Address general inquiries (patient and non-patient related) via email and telephone
  • Track referral sources of all incoming, prospective patients
  • Prepare and forward clinical inventories to all prospective patients
  • Process incoming patients and payments according to intake protocol
  • Maintain and update patient schedules for all clinicians
  • Maintain external patient referral database
  • Obtain requisite signatures on all patient consent and release forms
  • Manage patient file destruction according to state guidelines
  • Operate clinic in strict adherence of HIPAA laws and regulations
  • Assist in update of professional scrapbooks/portfolios
  • Track patient data and prepare ongoing and special reports at the request of the President, Executive Director, Project Director or Finance Coordinator
  • Direct the Office Specialist and the Evening Receptionist and work closely with clinicians to ensure smooth office operations
  • Place and follow up on service calls for copier and building maintenance
  • Monitor and order office and copy machine supplies
  • Act as receptionist for all visitors
  • Maintain the reception area and
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements

  • Fluent in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, Power Point, experience with MS Access is highly desirable
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred

Evening Receptionist

Details

Category: Clerical

Position Type: Part-time, non-exempt

Compensation: $11.50/hour

Reports to: Administrative Director

Hours: Mon-Tue-Wed-Thu: 4:15 PM – 8:15 PM

Desired Start Date: September, 2016 (flexible)

Description

The evening receptionist will greet, check-in, and schedule future sessions for our clients who attend Beck Institute after standard business hours.

Specific Duties

  • Fields general patient inquiries by phone, email, and in-person
  • Enters/updates patient data using our patient tracking software Therapist Helper
  • Collects patient fees
  • Issues patient receipts using Therapist Helper
  • Schedules patient sessions using Therapist Helper
  • Prepares patient paperwork in advance of session
  • Works closely with therapists to ensure smooth office operations
  • Maintains the reception area; and
  • May perform general office duties as assigned

Requirements

  • General computer skills
  • Well organized and detail oriented
  • Psychology background is preferred
  • Some clerical, reception, or office experience is preferred

To apply:

Submit current resume or curriculum vita to:

Julie Snow Regan, Administrative Director

jsnowregan@beckinstitute.org

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