Employment Type
Job Location
The Dalles & Hood River
Base Salary
Date posted
May 2, 2023
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Position title
Advanced Practice Registered Nurse/Clinician

This position is a .6 FTE (22.5 hours/week)

Classification General Statement:

The APRN/Manager is responsible for the overall supervision of the Integrated Care program and the provision of clinical care to program clients. Supervise program operations including workflow and quality; conduct all personnel actions such as interviewing, training, performance management, coaching/counseling.


Essential Responsibilities of the Classification: The following list represent the essential responsibilities (functions) of the position. It does not, however, represent all the duties the position may be asked to perform.


  • Integrates primary health care with mental health treatment of clients accessing services in the clinical setting, community services within ICT.
  • Provide clinical services that is in accordance with nurse practitioner licensure for the State of Oregon to include: assessment and management of medications for ADD and MAT clients; behavioral health diagnosis; Psychiatric Medication Management of stable patients; and forensic medical assessments of potential child abuse cases.
  • Performs the duties of the ECS/ECOS Nurse as needed.
  • Coordinates medical and social needs of clients to enhance treatment, to monitor chronic disease registries to improve care delivery and health outcomes and assist with case management and health education.
  • Reviews and evaluates assessments, treatment plans, diagnosis reviews, progress notes & medication delivery in accordance with State standards; recommends resource allocation
  • May administer intelligence, psychological and other behavioral tests within professional qualifications and may be asked to interpret results of clinical evaluations for community agencies and/or apply results to individual guidance.

Provide medical Case Management and referral services in collaboration with Community Partners.


  • Develops staff assignments and scheduling to ensure adequate coverage, effective and efficient utilization of staff and ease of access to services; ensuring productivity standards are met.
  • Directly supervises assigned staff to include training, coaching, professional assistance, staff development, corrective action, job performance, monitoring caseloads, and interviews.
  • In collaboration with the Medical Director, monitors, tracks and guides Provider schedules, completion of documentation and coding procedures for accuracy.
  • Develop systems for tracking client information, services provided, needs identified, and outcomes achieved to accomplish all documentation and reporting requirements.
  • Collaborates with Mental Health teams & Deputy Director for the roll out of new programmatic grants or projects as they interface with Providers
  • Ensures service delivery and team functions are being carried out in an effective, professional and trauma-informed manner that are in keeping with the mission and vision of MCCFL.
  • Ensure delivery of quality treatment services; supports implementation of electronic medical records systems; and assists in quality assurance/improvement functions within the ICT team.
  • Collaborates with MCCFL clinical and program managers on program, policy and procedure development to satisfy needs of clients and community partners.
  • Participates in required, clinically relevant meetings and committees, to include Systems Integration, All Staff Meetings, Clinical Planning and Supervisory Team; may participate in other committees as it relates to program services.
  • Adheres to mandatory abuse reporting laws and HIPAA requirements; understands and abides by federal regulation of Alcohol and Drug information, 42CFR Part 2 and HIPAA regulations for client confidentiality.

Job Specifications Any combination of education and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the position’s essential responsibilities is qualifying. This might typically include:

  • Professional licensure as a Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (Nurse Practitioner) in the State of Oregon
  • Minimum of four (4) years’ experience as APRN.
  • Current certification in First Aid and Basic Life Support.
  • Experience in a psychiatric or community behavioral health setting is desired.
  • Bilingual Spanish/English is desired.
  • Must pass all criminal history check requirements as required by ORS 181.536-181.537 and in accordance with OAR 407-007-0200 to 407-007-0370.
  • Must possess a valid Oregon or Washington Driver’s license, maintain an acceptable driving record, and be insurable for client service purposes and for travel between business offices, meetings and/or trainings. A reliable alternate mode of transportation may be acceptable for some positions.

Position # 2023360

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