We are pleased to share an exciting opportunity at Terros Health for a Behavioral Consultant.
Terros is a fully integrated healthcare organization of caring people, guided by our core values of integrity, compassion and empowerment. For more than four decades, the heart of everything we do is inspiring change for life. We help people manage addiction and mental illness, provide primary medical care, restore families, support our veterans, and connect individuals to the care they need.
If you are interested in working for one of the State's Leading Healthcare Organizations that promotes Integrity, Compassion, and Empowerment, we encourage you to apply! If you are energized by helping people during their most challenging times, this vital opportunity will be rewarding.
Responsible for responding to crisis calls and planned interventions by providing phone and face to face crisis counseling to individuals (children and adults) and their families and caregivers when experiencing a mental health crisis situation to facilitate the stabilization of emotions and behavior in addition to providing referrals and resources as needed. Responsible for responding to crisis calls and planned interventions aimed to support individuals with a developmental disability and their families and caregivers when experiencing a mental health crisis situation. Will assist with individual service plan development; person centered planning and CFT; emergency contact sheet development; at risk crisis plan development; positive behavior support; transitions back to home/group home and administer emergency response in accordance with all applicable policies and procedures
Tuesday through Saturday
Must be bilingual
21 years of age or older and have a high school diploma or GED, as well as a combination of behavioral health education and work experience totaling a minimum of four (4) years or, a bachelor’s degree in any field.
One year of work experience in a behavioral health service delivery or, a bachelor’s degree in a behavioral health field.
Must have at least one year of direct client care with the developmentally disabled.
Possess a valid Arizona’s Driver’s license, and be able to properly and safely operate a Terros vehicle, incurred traffic violations may be subject to disciplinary action.
Able to perform first aid, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation as necessary and appropriate and have a current certification in CIT