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Current Positions

PSYCHOLOGIST

This challenging administrative position provides senior level guidance to our clinical teams engaged in overseeing the delivery of BHRS care to our Philadelphia consumers. The incumbent will conduct peer reviews, serve as the lead clinician in our grievance process, attend interagency meetings, and participate in site visits, among varied duties. Qualified applicants will possess a Ph.D. or Psy.D., have at least three (3) years of post-licensure direct care experience, solid assessment skills, and be licensed in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.


ADULT PSYCHIATRIST / PHYSICIAN ADVISOR

In this highly visible position, the successful candidate will provide leadership and consultation to our care management teams, review and authorize inpatient and residential level of care, participate in quality management activities, and ensure appropriate coordination of care, as needed, with physical health managed care organizations. This is a full time position at 37.5 hours per week, with a liberal benefit package including a 403(b) plan and fully paid malpractice coverage. A minimum of five (5) years experience in adult psychiatry is required, along with Board certification in general Psychiatry and an unrestricted medical license in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Some substance abuse experience required. Satisfactory completion of an ACGME accredited general psychiatry residency program. An American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology diplomate in General Psychiatry. Some experience with substance abuse required.


SENIOR PAYROLL SPECIALIST

The Senior Payroll Specialist is a certified payroll professional that is responsible for all functions dealing with payroll to include: processing checks, generating employee and management reports, liaison with ADP, keeping abreast of legislative and regulatory changes, and interaction with employees to resolve individual payroll issues. Qualifications: Minimum of eight years of related work experience; American Payroll Association Certified Payroll Professiona; Experience with computerized accounting systems and Microsoft Office; Experience with ADP software, including Reportsmith; Knowledge of all payroll related taxes and regulations; Excellent oral and written communications skills. (Salary: $41-669- $55,840)


FINANCIAL ANALYST

The Financial Analyst is responsible for the completion of selected Department of Public Welfare reports, and performing routine financial analyses. Accurately and timely prepares assigned financial reports required by the State. Provides detailed account analyses to support all financial amounts presented in assigned financial reports. Completes and presents analyses prior to the issuance of the report. Electronically submits all State reports within the stated deadlines. Troubleshoots reports and manipulates data in order to provide meaningful claims analyses. Responsible for providing financial analyses to support claims liability estimates. Responsible for providing various financial analyses as requested to assist any department within CBH. Analyses encompasses payment and authorization trending, utilization, claims rejections, provider specific claims activity, rate increases, etc. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or closely related field. Some experience in a professional accounting or finance position, or completion of a pertinent cooperative work assignment as part of degree program. Ability to manipulate data and develop reports to analyze data. Good knowledge of accounting and database systems and of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access.) Knowledge of T-SQL and MS SQL preferred. (Salary Range: $45,939 - $61,564)


NETWORK IMPROVEMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY COLLABORATIVE (NIAC) OPERATIONS SPECIALIST

The Network Improvement and Accountability Collaborative (NIAC) Operations Specialist is responsible for development and coordination of the provider site review schedule for the NIAC function throughout the Department of Behavioral Health & Intellectual disAbilities Services (DBHIDS). The NIAC Operations Specialist supports the daily operations of the NIAC unit by tracking all relevant documents necessary for successful site visits and coordinating the sharing of site visit information within the unit. Qualified applicants must possess a Bachelor’s degree in a liberal arts or behavioral health discipline; minimum of two years experience in a position requiring administrative coordination; thorough familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite products, including exceptional proficiency with Word and Excel; ability to develop professional minutes of internal and external meetings; some experience in behavioral health preferred. (Salary $39,684-$53,181)


CLINICAL CARE MANAGER

The Clinical Care Manager conducts initial and concurrent reviews for behavioral health care treatment, including inpatient psychiatric treatment, inpatient substance abuse treatment, behavioral health rehabilitation services, acute partial and residential treatment; assesses for risk factors; identifies individuals requiring care management services; guides the discharge planning process with treatment providers; and coordinates continuity of care. Qualified applicants must possess Master’s Degree and/or Advance Degree in Social Work, Counseling, Rehabilitation Counseling, Psychology; or equivalent, and a minimum of three (3) years experience post-graduate experience in assessment and/or experience working with children with an autism spectrum disorder. (Salary range: $45,939 - $61,564)




 

 



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