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  • Access Clinician
    The Access Clinician is part of a call center, answering calls coming into the Access for Mental Healthcare line.
  • Utilization Management Clinician
    This position facilitates the utilization of psychiatric inpatient services to Apple Health (Medicaid) children and adults who reside in the 5 northern Western Washington counties
  • ECEAP Bus Driver
    The bus driver is responsible for the care and maintenance of the Volunteers of America ECEAP school bus and for safely picking-up and delivering children during the scheduled days of school, as well as the periodic transportation of parents who may be visiting the Volunteers of America ECEAP program or attending a school-wide event or activity.
  • Substitute Teacher
    The substitute is generally responsible for providing assistance and support to other ECEAP or licensed child care center staff. The substitute will receive instruction and guidance from the site manager. Other on-site staff may provide direction as needed or desired. Although every effort will be made in providing substitute with as much advance notice as possible, there will be times when our programs may need to call upon the services at the last minute. Substitutes may request an assignment to specific locations, only as Volunteers of America operates state-funded and licensed early learning programs in Everett, Sultan, Gold Bar, Granite Falls and Snohomish.
  • Direct Support Professional
    Direct Support Professionals (DSP) provide support and training to the DS program clients by assisting them in the core service areas of: health and safety, personal power and choice, positive recognition by self and others, community integration, constructive relationships, and building skill competence.
  • Triage/ Crisis Line Clinician
    Triage/Crisis Line Clinicians perform the mental health professional function for the NSMHA Integrated Crisis Response System by providing professional assessment and crisis intervention to NSMHA service recipients, deciding when face-to face services are needed and dispatch Crisis Outreach and DMHP/DCR staff as appropriate