Care Team Manager | Longview

Job scope:  The Care Team Manager is a key position in the CCBHC Expansion Grant.  The Care Team Manager develops and implements a comprehensive program for clinical health services, including standard of practice in medicine, nursing, lab and behavioral health.  The Care Team Manager directs the clinic operation, delivery, oversight and evaluation of all patient care services provided in the Longview and Marshall clinics.  The Care Team Manager leads the medical providers, nursing staff, behavioral health service providers, and administrative staff to work as a high functioning integrated team.  The Care Team Manager participates in planning, implementing and evaluating the clinical operational activities to maximize patient outcomes as well as meet metrics for the SAMHSA Grant.  The Care Team Manager applies knowledge of healthcare goals and objectives and the organizational business plan to bridge patient care services and outcomes.  Assists with the development and preparation of the budget, monitors and authorizes expenditures.  Initiates planned change, evaluates outcomes and implements corrective action through conscious, deliberate and collaborative efforts.

Education/licensure:  Graduate of an accredited school in nursing, counseling, social work or other related health care field, professional license preferred. Current valid driver's license in state of residence. Proof of automobile liability insurance and insurable by the Center insurance carrier.  License preferred.

Experience/Knowledge:  Possess a minimum of three to five years' experience.  Demonstrated or prepared to provide effective management skills in an integrated health care setting where primary care and behavioral health care are provided.  Staff supervision, computer software programs, budgetary work, and state/federal rules and regulations pertaining to the operation of the program.   

Physical requirements that are bona fide occupational qualifications essential to the performance of the job:  Ability and strength to sit, bend, and reach during an 8 to 10 hour day.  Able to lift a minimum of 10 pounds.  Sensory acuity sufficient to evaluate, treat, and monitor patient needs and maintain accurate records.  Fine motor skills sufficient to legibly document and communicate.