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Job Information

Queen's Health System Kahi Mohala -Behavioral Health Associate (Full-Time, 40, Evening) in United States

RESPONSIBILITIES

I. JOB SUMMARY/RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Assists in the planning and implementation of patient care on the inpatient and/or outpatient behavioral health units at The Queen’s Medical Center – Kahi Mohala (QMC-KM).

• Performs duties in accordance with established departmental and Medical Center policies and procedures.

II. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

• Essential: standing, sitting, walking, stooping/bending, kneeling, walking on uneven ground, squatting, twisting body, finger dexterity, seeing, hearing, speaking, lifting weight up to 50 pounds, pushing/pulling up to 5 pounds of force, carrying usual weight of 25 pounds up to 30 pounds, reaching above, at and below shoulder level, repetitive arm/hand motions, static gripping of an object for prolonged periods, frequent gripping of an object.

• Occasional: climbing stairs, squatting.

III. TYPICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:

• May be exposed to both inside and outside environmental conditions.

• May be exposed to communicable diseases from patients.

• Patients may be aggressive and/or paranoid.

IV. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

A. EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE:

• Bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, or related field; or four (4) years progressive experience in a behavioral health setting may be substituted for the education experience.

• Must meet and maintain credentialing requirements with the State of Hawaii Child & Adolescent Mental Health Division (CAMHD).

• Valid U.S. driver's license required in accordance with Hawaii State law rules and regulations.

• Driver's abstract or evidence of good driving record required.

• Current BLS certification.

B. EXPERIENCE:

• One (1) year experience working in a behavioral health setting preferred; i.e., inpatient, outpatient, partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient programs.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Vet

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