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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

TAY Mental Health Clinician
The Clinician is responsible for providing high quality, trauma-informed therapeutic services and/or case management to a diverse population of at-risk youth, young adults, and families who may be experiencing barriers to receiving office-based behavioral health services. These developmentally appropriate, individualized services may occur in the community, school, office, or residential setting.
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner - STAY
The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner works closely with multidisciplinary clinic, community-based, or school-based treatment teams supporting children, youth and young adults with mental illness to function optimally in residential, home, community and school settings.  The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner provides medication support services and diagnostic consultation, collaborates closely with other team members, prescribes psychotropic medication, and documents all services provided.  Along with the rest of the team, the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner is active in supporting and implementing individualized, strengths-based, culturally responsive, participant/family-centered approaches to treatment. 
Lead Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner - STAY
The Lead Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (LPNP) works closely with a multidisciplinary community-based treatment team supporting young adults with mental illness to successfully transition into adulthood.  The Lead Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner provides medication support services and diagnostic consultation, attends treatment reviews, attends and/or facilitates psychiatric chart review and medication support staff group supervision, prescribes psychotropic medication, and documents all services provided.  Along with the rest of the team, the Lead Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner is active in supporting and implementing individualized, strengths-based, culturally responsive, participant/family-centered approaches as well as working collaboratively with the Program Director/Senior Director to manage and assign participants to medication support provider(s) caseloads.
Employment Specialist - STAY
The Employment Specialist (ES) is part of a multi-disciplinary team that helps program participants to meet their mental health and wellness goals. The ES focuses on helping participants with achieving their employment aspirations. The ES is responsible for all phases of employment service for program participants who wish to seek employment. Program participants may include transition aged youth (TAY) or teens with special circumstances including mental health disabilities, substance abuse, intellectual delay, or homelessness. The phases of employment services include: program intake, engagement, assessment, job development/job placement, job coaching, and follow-along supports. Employment Specialist develops, builds and maintains a log of employer contacts to match the participant to a position based on participant’s preferences and developmental needs.
Physician Assistant STAY
The Physician Assistant works closely with multidisciplinary clinic, community-based, or school-based treatment teams supporting children, youth and young adults with mental illness to function optimally in residential, home, community and school settings.  In consultation with the Psychiatrist, the Physician Assistant provides medication support services and diagnostic consultation, collaborates closely with other team members, prescribes psychotropic medication, and documents all services provided.  Along with the rest of the team, the Physician Assistant is active in supporting and implementing individualized, strengths-based, culturally responsive, participant/family-centered approaches to treatment. 
Clinician - CCTAY
The Clinician is responsible for providing high quality, trauma-informed therapeutic services and/or case management to a diverse population of at-risk youth, young adults, and families who may be experiencing barriers to receiving office-based behavioral health services. These developmentally appropriate, individualized services may occur in the community, school, office, or residential setting.
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner - CCTAY
The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner works closely with multidisciplinary clinic, community-based, or school-based treatment teams supporting children, youth and young adults with mental illness to function optimally in residential, home, community and school settings.  The Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner provides medication support services and diagnostic consultation, collaborates closely with other team members, prescribes psychotropic medication, and documents all services provided.  Along with the rest of the team, the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner is active in supporting and implementing individualized, strengths-based, culturally responsive, participant/family-centered approaches to treatment. 
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