Clinician - Emergency Services (Per-diem)

Community Care Network is comprised of Rutland Mental Health Services and Rutland Community Programs. Our mission is to enhance the well-being of our communities, individuals and families through responsive, innovative and collaborative human service.  As an Emergency Services Clinician, you have the opportunity to face both challenging situations and opportunities essential in developing a rewarding career in mental health.

This is a per-diem/on call position. No guaranteed hours provided.

About The Role:

As an Emergency Services Clinician, you will participate in the daily operation of Emergency Services, including telephone triage, crisis intervention (involving evaluation, stabilization, referral and follow-up) on-site, in the community and in emergency departments as well as providing ongoing support. You will act as the liaison with community providers for continuity of care.

What You Need to Succeed:

  • Master's Degree in clinical psychology, social work or related field is required.
  • Must be a licensed clinician by the State of Vermont or pursuing licensure.
  • Must have a valid driver's license, reliable transportation with personal automobile liability insurance coverage at or above the levels mandated by the State of Vermont.
  • Successful completion of a criminal history background check after hire.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Word and Outlook required.
  • Able to function autonomously in stressful situations and make appropriate assessments in coordination with an on-call physician.
  • General knowledge of community resources, standard models of service coordination, and/or experience working in a variety of human services settings.
  • Must demonstrate superior listening, communication and writing skills.

What Makes You a Standout:

  • Experience in a crisis or emergency situation preferred.
  • Proficient using computer and necessary software as well as experience with navigating an
  • Electronic Medical Record to complete client documentation.
  • Personable, motivated and passionate about your work.
  • Enjoy interacting with children, families and providers.
  • Ability to work effectively as a team member within the agency and the community.
  • Structured and organized to support those in crisis.

How We Help

  • Career/professional training and development opportunities.
  • Supervision and clinical support.
  • Collaborative and engaging team meetings with direct supervision.
  • Company sponsored events.
  • Lots of smiles, laughs and support!

CCN is an Equal Opportunity Employer