Columbia Valley Community Health (CVCH) in Wenatchee, WA has an opening for a bilingual Spanish- speaking psychologist to join our growing Behavioral Medicine team as a Behavioral Medicine Consultant and clinical training faculty. This person will join our clinical faculty team by providing training and supervision for our Doctoral Interns (APA-Accredited program) and Post-Doctoral Residents. The BMED Consultant's primary job function is to provide Primary Care Behavioral Medicine services and consultation to primary care providers (PCP's). The BMED Consultant makes recommendations to PCP's relative to psychological intervention strategies and conducts follow-up consultations to reinforce interventions. This position delivers a wide range of behavioral health services that go beyond the traditional BHC function and range from consultative services for our interdisciplinary team in the primary care setting, assessment, including psychological testing, brief intervention, as well as long-term therapy. The supervision and training of Interns and Residents occurs within our growing Integrated Primary Care model.
**Our organization and our training programs are highly committed to furthering our diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives. Diverse applicants, especially members of underrepresented or marginalized communities, are strongly encouraged to apply for this position. Successful candidates must be committed to working with diverse psychology trainee and community populations.
SETTING AND LOCATION:
Columbia Valley Community Health is a non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) providing quality healthcare to families and individuals of all ages, regardless of ability to pay. We offer an array of comprehensive services, including primary care services for patients and families of all ages from prenatal care to geriatrics, behavioral health, outreach, dental, diabetes and nutrition, midwifery, pharmacy, WIC, lab and radiology, and walk-in/urgent care services at multiple sites in our two-county catchment area in North Central Washington State. In April 2012, CVCH was one of 18 organizations in the country, and the first in the Pacific Northwest, to achieve the Joint Commission's Primary Care Medical Home certification.
For over 40 years, CVCH has served the low-income, uninsured, and migrant and seasonal farm worker populations of North Central Washington State as its target population.
Partnering to achieve optimal health and wellness with compassion and respect for all.
CVCH is a valued and sustainable community partner providing high quality, integrated, innovative and barrier-free healthcare. We practice and model healthful living and provide an environment where patients and employees feel inspired, welcomed, supported and respected.
BENEFITS AND PERKS:
This position is eligible for student loan repayment programs.
A cultural immersion program in a predominantly Spanish-speaking country.
Competitive compensation with sign-on bonus and benefits package.
100% employer paid medical insurance for employee and dependents.
Retirement plan with 150% employer matching.
Generous paid time off including 3 diversity days of choice.
Gym membership reimbursement.
Generous allowance for professional organization dues, license renewal fees, generous continuing education stipend.
Education: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) or Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) degree in clinical or counseling psychology.
Certification/Licensure: Have (or be eligible and willing to apply for) Psychologist licensure through the WA State Department of Health. Must be licensed as a psychologist (in WA or another state) for a minimum of two years prior to applying.
Experience: Must be licensed for a minimum for two years as a psychologist without restrictions at the time of applying for the position. If not currently licensed in WA, must be willing to apply for licensure in WA. Prior experience supervising psychology Doctoral Interns, Post-Doctoral Residents, and/or other master's level trainees or providers is preferred but not required. Prior experience in integrated primary care, other medical settings, and/or in health psychology is preferred but not required.
Members of marginalized communities in respect to gender, age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, economic status, and other diverse backgrounds, are strongly encouraged to apply.