About the Role
The Advanced Practice Practitioner (PMHNP-BC) is responsible for the psychiatric and related medical services of the assigned participants within our outpatient practice. The Advanced Practice Practitioner (PMHNP-BC) is responsible for the psychiatric and related medical services of the assigned members. The contract position will actively engage in the provision of culturally responsive, integrative services as well as support and/or participate in initiatives designed to foster and promote integrated service delivery.
Who We Are Looking For:
We can teach anyone how to be a good clinician, but we can’t teach personality. The “right fit” for SHARE would be someone who:
…is energetic, passionate about the mental health field, and always hungry to learn more.
…is open and receptive to feedback.
…is a creative, solution-focused problem solver.
…can be open and receptive to all people of all backgrounds regardless of religion, race, sexuality, gender, etc.
…has high executive functioning skills.
…has strong communication skills (we are a very transparent, flexible, and honest team).
…operates in an ethical manner.
…is knowledgeable about the LGBTQ+ and sex positive communities.
…has a diverse background and unique experiences of their own.
…is local to the Clearwater, FL area and open to a flexible work schedule that includes some in-office/hybrid work to meet the needs of our members.
Licensed in the State of Florida in respective practice with no pending actions by respective board in State of Florida or other state; eligible for Board certification; and valid DEA certification.
Have a current unencumbered license to practice and to prescribe medications in the State of Florida.
Two (2) years or more experience post PMHNP licensure in the delivery of mental health services with children/adolescents/adults.
Willingness to participate in trainings and continuing education.
Certification in first aid and CPR.
Possess valid drivers license with acceptable driving record and reliable transportation.
Must be at least 21 years of age or older.
Must obtain and maintain a fingerprint clearance card and successful completion of a background check.
Long periods of sitting, ability to bend, lift and carry up to 50 pounds
Series of Hepatitis B shots or declination of same at hire
Proof of negative TB test or declination of same at hire
Encounter occasionally hazards such as, but not limited to, bodily fluids and potentially infectious materials.
Conduct Comprehensive Psychiatric Evaluations
Provide Medication Management
Facilitate Psychotherapy in Appointments
Collaborate with the Multidisciplinary Team
Participate in Integrated Service Initiatives
Provide Culturally Responsive Care
Maintain Accurate and Confidential Records
Participate in Continuous Professional Development
Contribute to Quality Improvement Efforts
Adhere to Ethical and Legal Standards
Knowledge, Ability, and Skills:
In-depth knowledge of psychiatric and co-occurring disorders, DSM-5, ICD-10 codes, psychotropic medications, and crisis intervention.
Familiarity with community-based behavioral health services (preferred).
Strong customer service skills, maintaining positive relationships with members and families.
Effective written and verbal communication, especially in sensitive situations.
Problem-solving, time management, and organizational abilities.
Proficiency in electronic medical records software, general computer usage, and office equipment.
Highly skilled in Google Suite (Gmail, Drive, Google Meets) and internet navigation.
Extensive experience in providing outpatient therapy for diverse mental health concerns.
Proficient in diagnostic assessments, treatment planning, and evidence-based therapeutic interventions.
Strong grasp of therapeutic modalities (CBT, DBT, EMDR, trauma-informed approaches), tailored to client needs.
Excellent interpersonal skills, enabling collaboration within a multidisciplinary team and rapport-building with clients.
Demonstrated empathy, compassion, and non-judgmental approach towards individuals seeking mental health support.
Effective caseload management, prioritizing client needs and meeting documentation requirements.
Familiarity with electronic health record systems and adeptness in clinical documentation technology.
Commitment to continuous professional development, staying updated on best practices in mental health.
This is a 1099 contract position to start. We are growing rapidly and project being able to offer full salary and benefits to employees who are interested in switching from contract to salary. Our goal for this offering is the end of 2024.
Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. The application process involves a prescreen phone call, an interview with the leadership team, and then a final panel interview with the entire team to ensure a good fit.
For inquiries or further information, please contact Brianna Walker at email@example.com or (727) 241-7555.
About the Company
At SHARE of Florida, we're more than just a mental health practice—we're a community built on values that define who we are and how we approach our work. We believe in the power of inclusivity, where every voice is heard and valued, creating a space where individuals of all races, ages, genders, and identities can find solace and support. Transparency is the cornerstone of our practice. We foster open and honest communication, ensuring that everyone feels comfortable sharing their thoughts and concerns. Together, we'll create an environment of trust where genuine connections are formed and healing can flourish. And of course, let's not forget the importance of having fun! Laughter and joy have their place in the healing process. We embrace a lighthearted and positive atmosphere where moments of happiness are cherished and shared. We believe that a warm smile and a sprinkle of humor can brighten someone's day and make a lasting impact.
Our 6 Core Values:
Inclusivity: We embrace and celebrate the uniqueness of every individual, creating a safe and supportive space for people of all backgrounds, identities, and experiences.
Transparency: We believe in open and honest communication, fostering trust and mutual understanding between our therapists and patients. We strive to provide clarity, share information, and engage in transparent therapeutic practices.
Empathy: We approach every interaction with deep empathy and compassion, recognizing and validating the emotions and experiences of our patients. We prioritize understanding and creating a genuine connection to support their healing journey.
Partnership: We believe in building collaborative and empowering relationships with our patients, working together as a team to achieve their therapeutic goals. We value their input, perspectives, and active participation in the therapeutic process.
Flexibility: We adapt our therapeutic approaches and techniques to meet the unique needs and preferences of each individual. We recognize that everyone's journey is different, and we remain flexible in tailoring our services to promote growth and well-being.
Fun: We believe that joy and a positive atmosphere can enhance the therapeutic experience. We incorporate elements of playfulness, creativity, and lightheartedness when appropriate, fostering an environment where laughter and enjoyment coexist with the healing process.
These values reflect our commitment to providing a welcoming and compassionate behavioral health practice where our staff, as well as our clients, feel accepted, supported, and empowered to embark on their personal growth and well-being.