Jobs

We care about your working environment, especially during this pandemic. We commit to a healthy work/home balance and understand that the conditions of serving stigmatized patient populations are more than challenging right now. As a nonprofit, we are mission-focused on improving individual and community public health. We want you to feel fulfilled as a staff member, not burn out. All permanent positions over 20 hours weekly come with health insurance and a 10 percent benefit payment toward certain programs, like retirement accounts or child care services. Please see our positions listed below.

Program Manager, Health Equity Programs (Walla Walla)

This position oversees clinical and non-medical staff who are engaged in health equity projects for people who use drugs in rural and exurban areas in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. The Program Manager will also be responsible for ensuring robust data collection, analysis, and reporting, convening regular Advisory Board meetings across multiple health equity projects, and contributing to toolkits and client reports. This is a salaried position with $70,000 gross annual compensation.

Duties:

  • Supervise clinical and non-medical staff on two drug user health equity projects
  • Manage logistics and facilitate meetings related to the Health Equity Advisory Board
  • Ensure high quality of data collection, analysis, and reporting for relevant projects
  • Write monthly reports on activities of the team
  • Manage supplies related to assigned projects
  • Assist University of Washington staff in survey design and methodology, survey data collection, and implementation of survey work in the field
  • Contribute to the final project reports due to client agencies, and contribute to training guides
  • Assist Executive Director in designing trainings for rural harm reduction staff and delivering trainings as appropriate

Expectations:

  • Timely reporting to work
  • Clear written and oral communication with supervisor, coworkers, clients, and contract holders
  • On-time, accurate, and complete paperwork support for clients, BMH2H, and its contract holders
  • “No surprises” communication
  • Trauma-informed practices and communication with coworkers and clients
  • Active engagement at work to enhance program delivery and provide quality services
  • Computer and technology literate
  • Working knowledge of statistics, survey methodology, outreach strategies
  • Supervisory experience and attention to staff professional development needs
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree; or 3-5 years’ experience in program management, social service delivery, public health, or related field
  • Bilingual applicants preferred
  • Commitment to anti-stigmatizing communication with clients and client candidates

To apply, email Everett Maroon at e.maroon@bmh2h.org with a cover letter and a resume. Job open until filled. BMHTH is an equal opportunity employer.

Program Manager, Recovery Navigator Program, Part-Time (Walla Walla)

This position oversees non-medical case managers and outreach staff serving the Recovery Navigator Program, a LEAD-model program. The Program Manager will also be responsible for facilitating meetings, coordinating the policy group for Columbia County’s RNP, and working with the program manager counterpart at our collaborator agency, Comprehensive Healthcare. This position is compensated with $50,000 gross annually and an estimated 20 hours of work weekly, and it qualifies for our health insurance and other benefits.

Duties:

  • Supervise three non-medical staff on a diversion program
  • Manage logistics and facilitate meetings related to the program
  • Ensure high quality of data collection, analysis, and reporting
  • Facilitate policy coordinating work group for Columbia County
  • Contribute to monthly reports on activities of the team
  • Manage supplies related to assigned projects
  • Co-facilitate the operation work group meeting
  • Assist Executive Director in overseeing program as needed

Expectations:

  • Timely reporting to work
  • Clear written and oral communication with supervisor, coworkers, clients, and contract holders
  • On-time, accurate, and complete paperwork support for clients, BMH2H, and its contract holders
  • “No surprises” communication
  • Trauma-informed practices and communication with coworkers and clients
  • Active engagement at work to enhance program delivery and provide quality services
  • Computer and technology literate
  • Working knowledge of statistics, survey methodology, outreach strategies
  • Supervisory experience and attention to staff professional development needs
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree; or 3-5 years’ experience in program management, social service delivery, public health, or related field
  • Bilingual applicants preferred
  • Commitment to anti-stigmatizing communication with clients and client candidates

To apply, email Everett Maroon at e.maroon@bmh2h.org with a cover letter and a resume. Job open until filled. BMHTH is an equal opportunity employer.

Case Managers, Recovery Navigator Program (2 positions) Walla Walla and Columbia Counties

These positions round out the legacy Law Enforcement-Assisted Diversion (LEAD) Case Management team, extending our work supporting people with behavioral health issues into Columbia County. These positions also work with Outreach Navigators on the same program, and closely liaise with mental health providers, opioid treatment staff, and outside partners in behavioral health. Required for these positions is lived experience with substance use. These are salaried positions with $49,500 gross compensation per year.

Duties:

  • Understand and adhere to national LEAD Model guidance for case management and trauma-informed care practices
  • Ensure confidentiality of all Blue Mountain Heart to Heart (BMH2H) clients, current and former
  • Provide intensive case management and referral services for health care needs, social safety net services, and other appropriate care as provided by BMH2H and partnering agencies
  • Provide timely, accurate, and complete reporting on cases in Julota or other health records systems, subject to regular review by supervisory staff, funding organization staff, and/or Executive Director or their designee.
  • Offer wraparound services to clients for housing support, food and nutritional assistance, workforce re-entry assistance, mental health support, substance use treatment referrals, and other support as needed
  • Liaise regularly with program stakeholders on the Operations Work Group, and communicate with them regarding client progress
  • Attend LEAD case management training as requested and required by funding organizations

Expectations:

  • Timely reporting to work
  • Clear written and oral communication with supervisor, coworkers, clients, and contract holders
  • Regular visits with clients, either in the office or at their homes
  • On-time, accurate, and complete paperwork support for clients in the form of case notes, applications for services, and paper file requirements
  • “No surprises” communication
  • Trauma-informed practices and communication with coworkers and clients
  • Active engagement at work to enhance program delivery and provide quality services
  • Initiative taking in continuing education and HIV-specific training
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent required, 2–5 years’ experience working in social services preferred
  • Must have driver’s license
  • Bilingual applicants preferred
  • Must have lived experience with substance use
  • Commitment to anti-stigmatizing communication with clients and client candidates

To apply, email Everett Maroon at e.maroon@bmh2h.org with a cover letter and resume. BMHTH is an equal opportunity employer.

X-Waived Prescriber, Low-Barrier Buprenorphine Program (Kennewick, part-time)

Posted September 8, 2021

Two to three days a week prescribing buprenorphine as appropriate for walk-in and scheduled appointments at both of our Kennewick-area offices. Prescriber will work with a team that includes a nurse case manager, a care navigator/social worker, and a peer counselor. New expansion of low-barrier service includes contingency management for polysubstance users. Must be patient-oriented and understand the mission of the low-barrier program.

Active X-waiver to prescribe buprenorphine required. We can work with providers who are limited to 100 patients. Some tele-health can be used but clinical evaluation does often need to happen in person. Contingency management clients need to be seen and assessed twice weekly for eight weeks.

Prescribers will:

  • Be familiar with differential diagnosis for patients meeting DSM diagnostic criteria for opioid use disorder
  • Be familiar with the COWS assessment
  • Be versed in or willing to train in trauma-informed care practices, anti-stigma communication with patients, and social determinants of health
  • Work with the non-medical team to address a comprehensive care plan that includes wraparound care and mental health support
  • Need to work at more than one location in Kennewick, WA, and take tele-health calls for followup consultations
  • Need to include polysubstance users in the patient load
  • Work independently but also as part of a larger care team
  • Have a current X-waiver and prescribing authority

Expectations: 

  • Timely reporting to work
  • Clear written and oral communication with supervisor, coworkers, clients, and contract holders
  • Thoughtful contact with clients as part of a longer-term plan for their empowerment
  • On-time, accurate, and complete paperwork support for clients in the form of case notes, medication management, and paper file requirements
  • “No surprises” communication with team and supervisor
  • Active engagement in client issues and needs
  • Initiative taking in continuing education and project-specific training for professional development

To apply, email Everett Maroon at e.maroon@bmh2h.org with a cover letter and resume. BMHTH is an equal opportunity employer.

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Blue Mountain Heart to Heart is a 501(c)3 nonprofit headquartered in Walla Walla, WA. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer, and our statement of nondiscrimination reads: Eligibility for employment and advancement or promotion and entitlement to benefits accruing there from shall be without regard to race, sex, age, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, or disability.

Contact Us About Job Listings

5 West Alder St
Walla Walla, WA 99362
USA
Everett Maroon, BMH2H Executive Director e.maroon@bmh2h.org
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