To provide clerical support services to nursing, medical, management and professional staff. Works with patients ages 2-17 and their parents. Assists and/or assumes the primary caretaker role for psychiatric patients ages Pre-K through adolescents which includes activities of daily living, maintaining a safe environment, and the management of harmful behaviors. This position also participates in family crisis intervention, teaching and group process.
Education & Experience
H.S. graduate, or equivalency, at least 18 years of age.
Prefer Bachelor's degree in psychology, sociology or related field, may substitute 2 years of experience with inpatient/partial hospitalization/residential child or adolescent services for each year of college.
Experience in inpatient or partial hospital psychiatric treatment preferred.
Able to type and use hospital computer system.
Good communication skills and able to work well with people.
Computer skills required.
Pediatric experience preferred.
Child growth and development education required.
Licensure, Registration, and/or Certification
CPI Non-Violent Crisis Intervention - Units 1-7 & 9-10 plus the CPI Children’s Control Position from Unit 8
Cook Children's is an EOE/AA, Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran employer.
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