Psychiatric Technician II - York After School - Day/Eve

York, PA | Behavioral Health | Tracking Code: 69965

NEW! $15 Minimum Wage Starts July 4

WellSpan Health is committed to ensuring all our team members and their families are well supported for the valued contributions every individual makes to our patients and mission. Starting July 4, we will increase our minimum pay rate to $15 per hour—including for new hires!

Job Description:

Under the direct supervision of the Manager of Behavioral Health or After School Program Manager assists the professional staff in the care of psychiatric patients. Facilitates the maintenance of the therapeutic environment in the After School Program.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Provides care to patients in a manner that considers safety, comfort, and the therapeutic environment.
  2. Assists the team members in the care and evaluation of patients.
  3. Charts observations on assigned patients' in legible, accurate and appropriate format following hospital and unit procedures.
  4. Works with children & adolecents in a Therapeutic After School environment
  5. Runs therapeutic groups for children & adolescents
  6. Works collaboratively in a team atmosphere
  7. Works as part of community-school initiative
  8. Emphasis on trauma-informed care and evidenced based curriculums
  9. Monthly training & supervision provided
 

Qualifications

  • Minimum Experience:
    • 1 - 3 months
  • Minimum Education:
    • Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Social Work, or related field.
  • Required Courses:
    • Must provide clearance per the Child Protective Services Law amended by PA Act 33 of 1985
  • Must have valid driver's license in state of residence. Must qualify for driving privileges with WellSpan Risk Management.

 

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Why WellSpan Health?

WellSpan Health is an integrated health system that serves the communities of central Pennsylvania and northern Maryland. The organization comprises a multispecialty medical group of more than 1,600 physicians and advanced practice providers, a regional behavioral health organization, a home care organization, eight respected hospitals, more than 20,000 employees and 200 patient care locations. WellSpan is a charitable, mission-driven organization committed to exceptional care for all, lifelong wellness and healthy communities. We are committed to transforming the health of the communities we serve and to educating the next generation of clinicians, staff and leaders.

Employment Benefits

  • Sign-on incentives for new employees (click here for details)
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Life and accidental death insurance
  • Supplemental life insurance
  • Retirement savings plan
  • Paid time off (PTO)
  • PTO bridging
  • Short-term disability
  • Educational assistance
  • Forgivable loan
  • Flexible spending
  • Credit union
  • Employee recreational activities
  • Childcare
  • Complimentary medicine discounts

Diversity & Inclusion

Welcome. Respect. Value.

Wellspan Health believes that diversity includes all the human characteristics that make each of us similar as well as different. We strive to make every person feel welcomed, respected, and valued while creating a safe and inclusive environment where we all have the individual freedom to express our uniqueness in a respectful manner.

WellSpan Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy and intention of the System to maintain consistent and equal treatment toward applicants and employees of all job classifications without regard to age, sex, race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, transgender status, national origin, ancestry, veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected characteristic. WellSpan Health does, however, have a tobacco-free/nicotine-free hiring policy.

Quality of Life

Founded in 1741, the city of York is considered by many as the first capital of the United States. The Articles of Confederation were signed by the Second Continental Congress here in 1777. Its beautifully restored historic district is an architectural treasure. While York retains its farming and manufacturing heritage, at its heart York is a thriving cultural community that has attracted creative talent and innovative entrepreneurial investors from across the nation.

Life in York County offers affordable housing, options for higher education, a thriving arts and cultural community, historical attractions, parks and recreational resources, semi-professional baseball team, fine dining and more — within an easy drive of major East Coast cities.

York County residents can find local employment in healthcare, manufacturing, technology, agricultural and service sectors. (Patient population: 445,000)