To us, it's about living life to the fullest while serving our patients, teammates, neighbors and friends. We are dedicated and passionate in everything we do, seeking challenge and appreciating the routes that got us here. Whether our path is clinical or not, we all came to find balance and meaning in our lives within the work we are passionate about and the adventures we live.Vail Health has become the world's most advanced mountain healthcare system. Our updated 520,000-square-foot hospital opened in December 2020. This state-of-the-art facility provides exceptional care to all of our patients, with the most beautiful views in the area, located centrally in Vail. Some roles may be based outside of our Colorado office (as stated in the Job Title). Roles based outside of our primary office can sit in any of the following states: AZ, CO, CT, DC, FL, GA, ID, IL, KS, MA, MD, MI, MN, NC, NJ, OH, OR, PA, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, and WI. Please only apply if you are able to live and work primarily in one of the states listed above. State locations and specifics are subject to change as our hiring requirements shift.About the opportunity:The Outpatient Postdoctoral Fellowship will focus on the provision of outpatient services to the Summit and Eagle County Community. Although the focus will be provision of outpatient behavioral health services, this fellowship will have the opportunity to specialize in a specific, pre-approved area of interest. Currently, EVBH offers specialization in child/adolescent services, neuropsychological assessment, or performance optimization. Fellows are expected to provide up to 32 direct-clinical hours per week, as developmentally appropriate, 8 of those clinical hours can be in the area of specialization. The additional hours of the work week will consist of training, supervision, provision of supervision, documentation, team meetings, and other duties as assigned.The Postdoctoral Fellow will provide direct, intensive clinical services across various population and clinic settings. Services will include individual, group, and family-based therapeutic services focusing on interdisciplinary treatment of complex behavioral health disorders. The Fellow will also be responsible for co-facilitating at least 2 Intensive Outpatient (IOP) cohorts during their training year.This position is a year contract; it is a full-time, 5 day a week position. Temporary housing is available!**Specialty rotations are finalized upon extension of offer for the position and pending approval of the Director of Outpatient Behavioral Health. What you will do:Under the supervision of the Student Training Coordinator and Outpatient Behavioral Health Director, the Postdoctoral Fellow provides general outpatient behavioral health services, with a specialty emphasis on a designated area of clinical specialty or concentration. Services will include individual, group, and family-based therapeutic services focusing on interdisciplinary treatment of complex behavioral health disorders. This includes maintaining a caseload of a set number of billable clinical hours per week for both outpatient and specialty services. As needed or directed, this position develops clinical programming and/or curriculum specific to a clinical specialty and ensures all service delivery is aligned with all state, local, federal, and regulatory requirements.This position will maintain a complete caseload that is based on community need, patient population need, and services will be delivered across all Outpatient Clinics. In collaboration with the Director of Outpatient Behavioral Health, the Fellow ensures appropriate data collection, data monitoring, and data analysis systems are engaged and implemented across all clinical service areasWorks closely with behavioral health leadership to ensure all services provided across the system are evidence-based and culturally responsive. Ensures services can be replicated in both clinical and community settings.This position is responsible for ensuring compliance with all training, clinical, accreditation, legal, and regulatory standards while also ensuring alignment with local, state, federal regulatory and legal compliance.Participate in clinic staffings, biweekly clinical supervision, weekly Clinical Skills Labs, and bimonthly didacticsServes as a liaison for multidisciplinary collaborations within the community focused on the integration of physical wellness and behavioral health.Abide by all training requirements and supervisory guidanceCollaborate and coordinate care with Vail Health Behavioral Health staff, medical providers, care coordinators, case managers, school counselors, and community partners to provide wrap around, comprehensive care to patients and their familiesUtilize trainings and reflective supervision to continue growth as a professional and maintain current education on best practices in behavioral healthMaintain knowledge of best practice related to training as well as evolving requirements within the fieldActively seek out state licensure upon completion of required hoursMonitor chart compliance and maintain fidelity with all Community Mental Health Center standardsThis description is not intended and should not be construed to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills and efforts or work conditions associated with the job. It is intended to be an accurate reflection of the general nature and level of the job. What you will need: Experience:Completion of APA accredited internshipBilingual, Spanish speaking, highly preferredExperience working in a medical setting, preferredMust be able to demonstrate strong communication, organizational, and written skillsKnowledge of community resourcesKnowledge of health disparities, substance use and domestic violence issues associated with rural populationsLicense(s):N/ACertification(s):N/AComputer / Typing:Must possess, or be able to obtain within 90 days, the computers skills necessary to complete online learning requirements for job-specific competencies, access online forms and policies, complete online benefits enrollment, etc.Must have working knowledge of the English language, including reading, writing, and speaking English. Education:Completion of doctoral degree in clinical or counseling psychologyPay is based upon relevant education and experience. Pay Range:$88,500—$88,500 USD Benefits at Vail Health (Full and Part Time) Include:Competitive Wages & Family Benefits: Competitive wagesParental leave (4 weeks paid)Housing programsChildcare reimbursement Comprehensive Health Benefits: MedicalDental VisionEducational Programs: Tuition Assistance Existing Student Loan RepaymentSpecialty Certification ReimbursementAnnual Supplemental Educational FundsPaid Time Off: Up to five weeks in your first year of employment and continues to grow each year.Retirement & Supplemental Insurance: 403(b) Retirement plan with immediate matching Life insuranceShort and long-term disabilityRecreation Benefits, Wellness & More: Up to $1,000 annual wellbeing reimbursementRecreation discountsPet insurancePRN (POOL) benefits include: Wellbeing reimbursement funds and 403(b) contribution eligibility
Vail Health, formerly Vail Valley Medical Center, is a nonprofit community health care system serving patients and guests from around the world. Locally operated and governed by a volunteer board of directors, Vail Health includes a 56-bed hospital, accredited by the Joint Commission. Our 24/7 emergency department in Vail is a Level III Trauma Center with a nearby helipad for necessary medical transports. Vail Health provides a wide array of services and access points including Beaver Creek Medical Center, urgent care clinics in Avon and Gypsum, our Edwards medical campus, Eagle Healthcare Center and a multispecialty clinic in Frisco. Howard Head Sports Medicine offers physical therapy services at 10 locations and works closely with our internationally renowned orthopaedic partners at The Steadman Clinic and Vail-Summit Orthopaedics. In addition, Vail Health's Shaw Cancer Center and Sonnenalp Breast Center are the region’s only fully accredited cancer treatment center and comprehensive breast center. The Vail Clinic, which was founded in 1965, officially became “Vail Valley Medical Center” in 1980, its first year as a full-service hospital. At that time, we had one primary locatio...n and 25 physicians. Today, Vail Health has locations in nine towns, nearly 1,000 employees, 260 physician partners and 85 volunteers. Vail Health is an equal-opportunity employer. The hospital is handicap accessible and adheres to the Americans with Disabilities Act. Smoking is prohibited in our facilities. This includes e-cigarettes.