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Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) position at Family Health Services

Family Health Services, a Federally Qualified Health Center, is seeking qualified candidates to fill an exciting new Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) position. This primary care team member will work at the Twin Falls medical clinic providing brief 20-30 minute clinical interventions for a wide variety of behavioral and mental health issues in patients of all ages. The BHC works closely with medical providers and staff to develop and implement treatment. Applicants should have an interest in and/or experience with brief clinical interventions, team based care, a wide variety of psychiatric, substance abuse, behavioral and medicine problems, and diverse populations. Must have a Masters of Social Work and be licensed or license-eligible in Idaho. Must be willing to work with interpreters. Full time 8:30-5:30 pm Monday-Thursday, 8-5 pm on Fridays.

Family Health Services offers competitive wages and an excellent benefits package including health insurance, short and long-term disability, life insurance, PTO, holiday pay and 401(k) retirement. Loan repayment opportunities available through the NHSC and malpractice coverage provided through the FTCA.

A complete job description is available online at www.fhsid.org.
Apply online or email a cover letter and CV to cphillips@fhsid.org.

HR Department
794 Eastland Drive
Twin Falls, ID 83301
EOE/Drug Free Workplace
Family Health Services is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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