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Billing Coordinator (Fort Collins)

About ChildSafe:

ChildSafe is Northern Colorado's only comprehensive outpatient treatment program for victims and their families. Our program combines group, individual, and family therapy to heal the trauma of sexual abuse.

About the role:

We are currently seeking a part-time billing coordinator. This position reports to the Business Operations Manager. This is a front office position whose primary role is to carry out all billing functions including insurance verification, billing, collection and posting of client charges and payments, as well as sending client monthly statements. Position is also responsible for coordinating state funding sources and reporting. The Billing Coordinator also serves as the primary front desk staff responsible for greeting clients, answering and routing calls, and accepting payments. The billing coordinator will work closely with the Management Team on client billing matters and administrative topics for the agency.

Day-to-day responsibilities may include filing, monitor and replenish office supplies, office volunteer coordination, maintain client database, including client demographics, services rendered and any reports. Assist with fundraising events as needed. Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related duties as needed.

Qualifications and experience:

Procedures for Application:

ChildSafe offers provides competitive compensation. Please submit resume and salary history to: Tim Alexander, Business Operations Manager, at talexander@childsafecolorado.org.

No Phone Calls, please.

Full-Time Therapist

TO APPLY: Please submit your resume to Tim Alexander, Business Operations Manager, at talexander@childsafecolorado.org.

Job Title: Trauma Therapist
Reports To: Clinical Director
Employment Status: Full-time
Job Location: ChildSafe Offices
Work Schedule: Full-time, 40 hours minimum, varied hours
Exemption Status: Exempt; salary commensurate with experience and licensure status

Position Summary:
The Trauma Therapist provides comprehensive, outpatient therapy services to ChildSafe clients, which enables ChildSafe to fulfill its mission: to repair the damage done to child abuse victims and their non-offending family members, reduce the risk of re-victimization, and prevent the cycle of abuse from carrying over into future generations.

Essential Job Functions

Clinical:

  • Complete all Case Management as needed (see description below).
  • Under the supervision of the Clinical Director, develop treatment plans for each client.
  • Facilitate Individual and Family therapy sessions (45-60 minutes in length) and/or
  • Facilitate Child and Adolescent group therapy sessions (60 or 90 minutes in length) and/or
  • Facilitate Parent/Adult Survivor group therapy sessions (90 minutes in length).
  • Facilitate parenting classes.
  • Provide other direct services as needed.
  • Attend weekly case supervision with Clinical Director.
  • Attend weekly ChildSafe staff meeting with Clinical Director and Executive Director.
  • Attend all Multi-Disciplinary Team staff meetings as requested and as schedule allows (e.g. Family Unity Meetings; FSRT’s, IEP staffing).
  • Collaborate with other clinical staff regarding shared cases.
  • Maintain client confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA, ChildSafe’s policies and code of ethics governed by the individual’s profession.
  • Testify in court when subpoenaed or communicate with malpractice insurance co. to protect client confidentiality.

Administrative:

  • Maintain client records and documentation in accordance with HIPAA, ChildSafe policies, and the rules set forth by the licensing board.
  • Administer pre- and post-treatment outcome measurement surveys.
  • Give Client Satisfaction Surveys and fill out Termination Summaries at the conclusion of therapy.
  • Record staff hours, direct and indirect hours and any leave time on time sheets and send to the Operations Manager by due dates.

Other Related Duties:

  • Attend ChildSafe related events as needed.
  • Follow all established policies and procedures.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Minimum of a Master’s Degree or Ph.D. from an accredited university; Program of study shall be in the mental health field.
  • Licensure by the State of Colorado as LMFT, LPC, LCSW, or Psychologist.
  • If unlicensed, therapist will be registered with the Department of Regulatory Agencies as a registered psychotherapist and be working under the direct supervision of a licensed therapist towards licensure. Unlicensed therapists will make full disclosure to clients regarding their unlicensed status.
  • Minimum of one year’s experience treating trauma and child sexual abuse.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Proficiency in public speaking.
  • Proficiency in experiential therapy techniques.

Competencies

  • Communication & Interaction: Professional demeanor
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact with a diverse group of people. Ability to communicate and collaborate with other professionals who are involved in our cases.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office.
  • Strong professional written and verbal communication skills.
  • Organizational skills and ability to multi-task; records maintenance skills.
  • Ability to assess operational requirements and to plan and organize work flow patterns and schedules.
  • Diversity--Understanding of cultural competence and ability to work with diverse populations.
  • Self-motivated team player with the ability to meet deadlines, remain flexible and adjust to changing priorities.
  • Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and occasional weekends, as needed to meet ChildSafe’s needs.

Physical Demands

  • Keyboarding, Vacuuming, Sweeping, Snow shoveling.

Personal Characteristics

  • Ethical Behavior
  • Relationship Building
  • Effective Communication
  • Teamwork
  • Leadership
  • Strategic Decision Making
  • Organizational Skills
  • Problem Solving

Work Environment

  • Works as a team with other ChildSafe therapists and staff to ensure quality care for our clients.

ChildSafe Case Management

Case Management includes all the activities performed by a therapist outside of the therapy hour. ChildSafe cases typically involve complex trauma which requires that the therapist be aware of and address issues in multiple areas of the clients' life. For example, it is not unusual to have a case involving multi-generational abuse and neglect, poverty, health problems, academic challenges, legal entanglements, Department of Human Services involvement, and developmental delays in one or more family members. In a large family we may have four therapists involved with various family members. Therapists must be able to collaborate effectively with the treatment team on ChildSafe cases.

Case management involves, first and foremost, maintaining adequate client records that meet ethical standards. ChildSafe therapists keep case notes of sessions to be kept in the client's file. Therapists maintain communication with school, medical, and social service personnel regarding the needs and progress of their clients. They attend school staffings, Family Unity Meetings at Social Services, and consult with Guardian Ad Litems, Child and Family Investigators, CASA workers, Harmony House staff, In-Home Family Therapists, caseworkers, detectives, school counselors and teachers, as well as other professionals involved in the family's life. In addition, therapists do treatment planning for group, individual, and family sessions, as well as research techniques for the particular issues a client and family present with. Therapists research medical and psychological conditions their clients present with in order to incorporate that information into treatment planning.

Therapists write treatment plans, reports of assessments and letters to the court to advocate for the best interests of their clients. In cases involving more than one therapist, they consult with one another weekly in order to coordinate services for the family members and troubleshoot barriers to progress. In addition, therapists pursue continuing education in order to hone their skills and keep abreast of the latest developments in the field. This ensures that ChildSafe therapists are on the cutting edge of trauma treatment. They also meet weekly and sometimes daily with the Clinical Director in order to receive supervision and consultation regarding treatment, emergencies, reporting requirements, referral sources, etc. If time permits, they maintain the cleanliness and orderliness of the facility. Case management is as important as the therapy hour and takes place whether a particular client shows up for their scheduled weekly session or not. The reason that our program is so effective is that our therapists are ethical professionals who provide a high degree and quality of case management for their clients.


Bi-Lingual Therapist (English / Spanish)

TO APPLY: Please submit your resume to Tim Alexander, Business Operations Manager, at talexander@childsafecolorado.org.

Job Title: Bi-Lingual Therapist (English / Spanish)
Reports To: Clinical Director
Employment Status: Full-time
Job Location: ChildSafe Offices
Work Schedule: Full-time, 40 hours minimum, varied hours
Exemption Status: Exempt; salary commensurate with experience and licensure status

Position Summary:
The ChildSafe Bilingual Therapist provides comprehensive, outpatient therapy services to ChildSafe clients in English and Spanish. This enables ChildSafe to fulfill its mission: to repair the damage done to child abuse victims and their non-offending family members, reduce the risk of re-victimization, and prevent the cycle of abuse from carrying over into future generations.

Essential Job Functions

Clinical:

  • Complete all Case Management as needed (see attached description).
  • Under the supervision of the Clinical Director, develop treatment plans for each client.
  • Facilitate Individual and Family therapy sessions (45-50 minutes in length) and/or
  • Facilitate Child and Adolescent group therapy sessions (60 or 90 minutes in length) and/or
  • Facilitate Parent/Adult Survivor group therapy sessions (90 minutes in length).
  • Facilitate parenting classes.
  • Provide other direct services as needed
  • Attend weekly case supervision with Clinical Director.
  • Attend weekly ChildSafe staff meeting with Clinical Director and Executive Director.
  • Attend all Multi-Disciplinary Team staff meetings as requested and as schedule allows (e.g. Family Unity Meetings; FSRT’s, IEP staffing).
  • Collaborate with other clinical staff regarding shared cases.
  • Maintain client confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA, ChildSafe’s policies and code of ethics governed by the individual’s profession.
  • Testify in court when subpoenaed or communicate with malpractice insurance co. to protect client confidentiality.

Administrative:

  • Maintain client records and documentation in accordance with HIPAA, ChildSafe policies, and the rules set forth by the licensing board.
  • Administer pre- and post-treatment outcome measurement surveys.
  • Give Client Satisfaction Surveys and fill out Termination Summaries at the conclusion of therapy.
  • Record staff hours, direct and indirect hours and any leave time on time sheets and send to Operations Manager by due dates.

Other Related Duties:

  • Attend ChildSafe related events as needed.
  • Follow all established policies and procedures.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Minimum of a Master’s Degree or Ph.D. from an accredited university; Program of study shall be in the mental health field.
  • Licensure by the State of Colorado as LMFT, LPC, LCSW, or Psychologist.
  • If unlicensed, therapist will be registered with the Department of Regulatory Agencies as a registered psychotherapist and be working under the direct supervision of a licensed therapist towards licensure. Unlicensed therapists will make full disclosure to clients regarding their unlicensed status.
  • Minimum of one year’s experience treating trauma and child sexual abuse.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Proficiency in public speaking.
  • Proficiency in experiential therapy techniques.

Competencies

  • Communication & Interaction: Fluency in speaking and writing English. Fluency in speaking and writing Spanish.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact with a diverse group of people. Ability to communicate and collaborate with other professionals who are involved in our cases.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Organizational skills and ability to multi-task; records maintenance skills.
  • Ability to assess operational requirements and to plan and organize work flow patterns and schedules.
  • Diversity--Understanding of cultural competence and ability to work with diverse populations.
  • Self-motivated team player with the ability to meet deadlines, remain flexible and adjust to changing priorities.
  • Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and weekends, as needed to meet ChildSafe’s needs.

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