Do you have the career opportunities you want in your current role? We have an exciting opportunity for you to join the nation's largest provider of healthcare services as an Oncology Behavioral Health Supervisor.
We value your contributions. Our employee recognition programs encourage our teams to raise the bar. We are currently seeking a Behavioral Health Oncology Supervisor to join our family. Come be a part of the change!
We are committed to providing our employees with the support they need. At Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, we offer an array of medical, dental, and vision packages as well as several add-on perks to make your benefits package truly customizable to you and your family needs. Some of our unique benefits we offer include:
Tuition Reimbursement/Assistance Programs
Paid Personal Leave
401k (100% annual match – 3%-9% of pay based on years of service)
Identity Theft Protection discounts
Auto, Home, and Life Insurance options
Employee Stock Purchase Program (ESPP)
What you will do in this role:
The Behavioral Health Supervisor will develop and support psychosocial oncology services at Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center.
You will serve as a resource and and actively provides direction and supervision to other staff caring for patients in the unit/department for the provision of high quality psychosocial healthcare services.
You assume psychosocial care of oncology patients as needed.
Demonstrate core values of leadership and select best candidates for positions, perform coaching, mentoring, and evaluating staff.
As appropriate with growth of PSLMC oncology services, and within budgetary parameters, responsible for hiring and training new members of the department.
Promotes excellent communication, team-building and collaborative practice initiatives within the psychosocial department, and with CBCI, PSL palliative care, chaplaincy, cancer volunteer services and other relevant work groups.
Participates in purposeful staff/leader rounding for outcomes to drive results in patient experience, staff recognition & opportunities for improvement, physician recognition and quality improvement.
Supports team members in their professional growth by helping them identify areas of opportunity and interest.
Participates directly, or in support of a team member, in discussions regarding ethics, capacity and decision-making abilities of patients.
Leads department meetings, participates in relevant leadership activities and serves on relevant committees within PSLMC.
Program development and education by evaluating current processes, assessing need and implementing evidenced-based protocols
Consistently demonstrates excellent customer service, iCARE Standards of Behavior, and service recovery skills to enhance the patient experience
Participates in professional development activities and maintains professional affiliations.
Sets goals and participates in practices that will promote employee engagement with the team, cancer care program and at PSLMC
What qualifications you will need:
Licensed psychologist or licensed clinical social worker in the state of Colorado. BLS required within one month of hire (must be obtained prior to providing any direct patient care).
Master’s degree in clinical social work.
Three to five years psychosocial oncology and program development experience preferred. Experience in management and supervision of employees and trainees preferred.
Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center, located in the Uptown neighborhood in Denver, CO and licensed for 680 beds, PSL provides the most advanced care for patients across the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains. We are proud to serve our community with experienced physicians who offer a wide range of medical services for patients of all ages.
Since delivering our first baby in 1882 at St. Luke’s Hospital, we have focused on providing exceptional baby care. Today, P/SL offers the region’s most advanced maternal-fetal care, focusing on rare conditions that put mothers and their developing babies at high-risk. The Advanced Cardiac Center at P/SL is known as a major heart hospital, recognized several times over the American Heart Association for excellence and for its success in implementing a higher standard of cardiac care that effectively improves treatment of patients hospitalized for heart disease. While the tools are ever changing and our ability to care for patients is always advancing, one things remains constant - putting our patients first, with quality, respect, safety and teamwork.
If you are looking for an opportunity that provides satisfaction and personal growth, we encourage you to apply. We promptly review all applications. If you are highly qualified you will hear from one of our managers. Come unlock the possibilities and apply today!
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
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