Blue Mountain Health Cooperative (BMHC) is an innovative, emerging non-profit that is driven by its mission to increase access to low barrier behavioral health care while training and retaining local social service providers. BMHC is the only agency of its kind in the Pacific Northwest offering free walk-in counseling appointments coupled with case management and outpatient counseling and referral services. BMHC is looking for a creative, compassionate, and collaborative executive director to continue leading the organization’s programs. Executive Director Job Responsibilities:
Fulfills and maintain the WAC requirements for Washington State Behavioral Health Agency (BHA) active status.
Ensures that services and funding relationships are robust and meet or exceed strategic goals and objectives.
Evaluates and recommends new programs responsive to community need based
Responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the organization’s operations and programs.
Responsible for hiring, training and oversight of the day to day responsibilities of interns and staff.
Coordinates student programs with area colleges.
Provides leadership and manages the efforts of site staff to ensure appropriate support of all programs.
Oversees and reports on the organization’s results for board of directors.
Supervises the development of operations-based budgeting and forecasting and coordinates with the accountant to track agency spending and payroll.
Oversees grant reporting, data tracking, and applies for eligible grant funds.
Prepares accurate and timely analyses that capture and communicate fundraising results, variances, and performance trends.
Develops and implements consistent cost accounting policies, procedures, and operational reporting/metrics for the Board, and funding agencies.
Approves major systems related to clinical programming, staff training, and data management.
Work Hours & Benefits: Blue Mountain Health Cooperative offers a competitive salary DOE, ranging from $70-$75k annually.
Flexible scheduling with partial work-from-home option
BMHC is a qualifying Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF) location
$400/month QSEHRA for medical expenses for full time employees
Executive Director Qualifications / Skills:
Demonstrated leadership and management skills
Ability to multi-task
Creative problem-solving skills
Education, Experience, and Licensing Requirements
Master’s degree in mental health or related field preferred
2 or more years of non-profit management experience in an operational environment preferred
3 or more years management or supervisory experience
Expertise in collaborative relationships with community partners, non-profits, colleges and licensors
Patient Advocate (Temporary Position) Educational Benefits to be Derived by Students in this job: Advocates gain hands-on learning experience and develop skills and learning opportunities that prepare them for their professional roles they will fulfill after earning their degree. Advocates will learn in a structured environment that allows them to integrate learned knowledge with real-world experience. Brief: Patient Advocate duties include assessing, planning, implementing, advocating, monitoring, and evaluating actions required to meet the clients’ behavioral and mental health and human service needs. Responsibilities: Coordinate and provide care that is safe, timely, effective, efficient, and client-centered. Handle case assignments, draft service plans, review case progress, and determine case closure. Facilitate multiple care aspects (case coordination, information sharing, evaluating progress, information sharing, etc.) Work collaboratively with clients, providers, physicians, and other community members as needed to ensure high quality care. Act as an advocate as it relates to client’s individual stated needs. Maintain the clients comprehensive clinical record through detailed documentation. Go the extra mile and interact with clients to keep track of their progress and ensure satisfaction. Record cases information, complete accurately all necessary forms and produce statistical reports. Adhere to professional standards as outlined by protocols, rules and regulations. Assess motivational and psychosocial issues. Build and maintain professional relationships with local agencies and community partners to coordinate client care and increase access to services. Assess social needs and barriers to care in the community and advocate for needed change. Meet clients where they are (in their home, in the community) to reduce barriers to care. Become familiar with a wide variety of client resources and present clients with accurate and applicable options of services. Facilitate and/or represent this agency at outreach, educational, or other community events. Minimum Qualifications: Student of Associates, Bachelors, or Masters level degree in either social work, psychology, or related field of study. Effective communication skills Excellent organizational and time management skills Ability to problem solve and multitask Ability to work effectively within interdisciplinary teams and community resources Hours 20-40 hours per week based on clinic need Salary $23/hour
Executive Board Volunteer Position Description: We are searching for a passionate, reliable and motivated volunteer to join our organization. The volunteer’s responsibilities include completing tasks assigned by the board chairperson, upholding the organization’s values, and maintaining a high degree of professionalism with all stakeholders. To be successful as a volunteer, you should demonstrate active listening and problem-solving skills. Outstanding volunteers are diligent, meticulous, and take pride in their work. This board position is a 3-year term. Volunteer Responsibilities:
Understanding your role and responsibilities as well as the rules and safety regulations of the organization.
Completing the relevant training and asking questions if you are uncertain about anything.
Completing all duties assigned by the chairperson and reporting any issues immediately.
Observing the rules and safety regulations of the organization while carrying out tasks.
Arriving on time for duty and remaining professional in your interactions with all stakeholders.
Making recommendations for improvement where feasible and appropriate.
Delivering presentations or reports if necessary.
Communicating with the chairperson r or relevant stakeholders when you are running late or unable to fulfil your duties.
Regular attendance at monthly board meetings
Minimum of 5 hours of service-related activity per month to further the agency mission
Completion of relevant training
Complete a Conflict of Interest Letter
Willingness to fundraise
A willingness to learn and work as part of a team.
A high degree of professionalism and the ability to follow instructions.
Respect and diligence.
Good time management.
A personable manner.
Lived experience, directly or indirectly, with mental health conditions
If interested in serving, please email Deisy Haid, Chairperson at firstname.lastname@example.org