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Posted: Thursday, October 19, 2017 12:05 AM


MAKE YOUR WORK COUNT! Join our team and be a part of a small organization that strives to improve the quality of life for individuals living with serious and persistent mental illness.

Transitional Resources is a small non-profit community behavioral health agency that relies heavily on teamwork. Successful candidates must be flexible and open to taking on whatever is needed to help our programs run smoothly. We offer a positive and supportive work environment committed to promoting the best outcomes possible for our employees and the individuals we serve.

Works with psychiatric prescribers in the oversight of consumers’ medications.
Provides assessment of consumers’ physical health needs as needed and coordinates efforts to get these needs met in the community.
Documents consumer medication needs and adjustments.
Motivates and teaches consumers skills in the role and use of medications.
Provides consultation to other agency staff about medications and other physical health issues.
Assists in effectively intervening in consumer crises, including consulting with agency staff regarding potential dangerous or problematic situations.
Develops healthy and effective working relationships with consumers and co-workers.
Coordinates medication orders and deliveries with the pharmacy.
Provides injections of psychiatric long-acting medications for consumers.

Contributes to cooperative working relationships with clinical teammates and with supervisors.
Presents positive professional image of the agency to referral sources and other service providers and community resources needed by agency consumers.

32 to 36 hours per week.

LPN or RN plus familiarity with mentally ill adults and experience coordinating health care for

E-mail cover letter and resume to Julie Watkins, Clinical Director,


Benefits (pro-rated for part-time) include 22 paid leave days and 9 paid holidays per year; employer paid medical, dental and long term disability insurance; voluntary participation in agency sponsored 403(b) retirement plan and AFLAC cafeteria plan; and voluntary participation in agency sponsored FSA account after one year of service.

• Location: Seattle

• Post ID: 54996767 seattle is an interactive computer service that enables access by multiple users and should not be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider. © 2017