Job Number: 200024
Department: BBH Social Services
Hours: 7:30am to 4:30pm
The Assistant Director of Outpatient Programs shares 24-hour accountability for the outpatient programs with goals of ensuring medication adherence for the viral suppression of HIV+ clients, whole person care, and movement towards obtaining and maintaining permanent housing. Shares with other Bailey-Boushay Leadership the Administrator on Call for both Out- and In-Patient programs on a rotating basis.
Oversees an outpatient staff of 15+ Care Managers / Social Workers / Ancillary Staff representing a diverse team with often conflicting attitudes and priorities, and guiding the social work team in providing consistent clinical care. Overseeing a low barrier environment operating under a harm reduction framework within the milieu of a therapeutic community of HIV+ low income adult clients that are socially complex, the majority of whom have a psychiatric diagnosis, an addiction, are homeless, have a criminal history, recently or repeatedly incarcerated, and/or are sexual minorities. a socially complex population and managing a milieu of clients the majority of whom have a psychiatric diagnosis, an addiction, are homeless, have a criminal history, recently or repeatedly incarcerated, and/or are sexual minorities. Managing behaviors in a milieu that are often disruptive, aggressive, and territorial; leading meetings addressing these behaviors; and developing behavioral care plans to manage these behaviors.
Developing innovative care plans with behavioral interventions that attempt to address root causes of behaviors, limit punitive interventions, and have specific outcomes as goals. Indirectly shares responsibility for Shelter, Housing, Chemical Dependency (CD), and Health Enhanced Engagement Team (HEET) programs.
Bailey-Boushay House is a nationally recognized model for HIV care. Bailey-Boushay House opened in 1992 as America's first skilled nursing facility that was planned, funded, built and staffed to meet the needs of people living with AIDS. Virginia Mason - a nationally-recognized health care provider - has operated Bailey-Boushay House since the day they opened, ensuring those who come here receive the highest quality care available.
Bachelor's degree required as well as two years in a leadership role.
Experience working with People of Color (POC) and socially complex populations with traits that include low income, mentally ill, addicted, homeless, criminal history, recently or repeatedly incarcerated, and/or are sexual minorities. Working with individuals with poor adherence to healthcare plans.
A working knowledge of community resources for HIV/AIDS. Experience developing behavioral interventions to manage socially complex populations in a milieu.
Preferred: Master's, Doctoral level education -or- Masters of Social Work from an accredited college or university and/or active LICSW license from State of Washington.
As an employee of Virginia Mason, our staff enjoy the emotional benefits of working at a nonprofit facility, but are paid at a higher level of compensation than the typical social service agency. Join Bailey-Boushay House and continue your career with an organization that provides the opportunity to grow with one of the premier healthcare organizations in the Pacific Northwest.
Just as Virginia Mason is dedicated to improving the lives of our patients and our community, we are equally dedicated to your professional and personal success. With a wide range of perks that includes comprehensive compensation and benefits, support, and the opportunity to live in one of the most livable cities in the country, you will find that an opportunity with Team Medicine is one worth taking.
We are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
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