Thank you for your interest in employment with MHMR of Tarrant County! This position requires provider credentialing and payer enrollment as a condition of employment. In addition to our employment application, we recommend that you complete a Credentialing Application packet.
Please complete only one credentialing packet. It is not necessary to complete a separate credentialing packet for each position to which you apply.
Please follow the link to complete the credentialing application: https://www.mhmrtarrant.org/Jobs/Credentialing
Please complete either the licensed provider credentialing application (TSCA) or the Non-licensed provider credentialing application as appropriate for the position to which you have applied.
I) Job Purpose
QMHP-CS (Qualified Mental Health Professional-Community Service)
The position of QMHP-CS is a direct care position with the expectation that at least 50% of his/her work time is spent face to face with the individuals that MHMR of Tarrant County serves. The position has specializations that include functioning as a Rehabilitative Case Manager (RCM, RCM-I) or a Clinical Coordinator (CC). A QMHP-CS functions as a part of the treatment team in the clinic to which he/she is assigned, and provides assessment, recovery planning, and ongoing treatment in order to assist individuals with severe and persistent mental illness to gain the skills, resources, and supports necessary to attain their individualized recovery goals. Services may be provided in the clinic or in the community. The specific job function designation (RCM, RCM-I, CC) determines what percentage of time the QMHP spends in the clinic or the community. Providing services in the community entails travel (often in the QMHP’s own vehicle) and work throughout Tarrant County, in a variety of neighborhood and home conditions.
II) Essential Functions
QMHP’s are evaluated routinely and as needed based on the following expectations beginning 90 days after date of credentialing:
A. Prior to providing billable services, QMHP completes or coordinates the completion of assessments and recovery plans, and verifies completion of authorization and Determination of Medical Necessity.
B. Contact assigned individuals within 3 business days after the assignment is made.
C. Spend at least 50% of working hours face to face with the individuals served by MHMR of Tarrant County.
D. Provide billable services based on clinical role.
E. Complete documentation of services provided on a daily basis, and turn in documentation and Service Activity Log (SAL) to designated location by 10 am the next business day.
F. Utilize Collaborative Documentation when providing services to an individual.
G. Attend and participate in all Recovery Team Meetings
H. Maintain credentialing as a Qualified Mental Health Professional.
I. Maintain timekeeping and travel records on a daily basis, ensuring final records are turned in and approved before the close of each pay period or as requested by supervisor.
J. Complete additional duties as assigned.
K. Performance standards are performed as applicable with MHMR’s We CARE values “We Connect People in Our Community. We Provide Access to Services. We Link People to Resources. We Empower People.”
L. Perform other job duties or responsibilities as requested or assigned.
III) Knowledge of Laws, Policies/Procedures, Skills, and Abilities
IV) Internal & External Customer Service
This position requires extensive internal and external contacts with clients, family members, significant others, inter-agency staff, service providers, and practitioners. The QMHP accomplishes communication with exceptional written and verbal skills, by answering phone calls and emails within one business day, and by conducting themselves professionally in all interactions. Other contacts may include, but are not limited to: John Peter Smith Hospital, Family Services, Social Security Administration, Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (formerly TRC), Department of Regulatory and Protective Services, other area hospitals, local Police Department(s), area United Way Agencies, local housing authority and/or local Transportation Authority.
This position requires driving to and from locations for work and/and may require overnight traveling. Employees are required to have a license in good standing and be able to be covered by agency liability insurance. If personal vehicle is utilized for work travel, then maintaining personal auto insurance coverage is required.
Health or Human Services
Acceptable Degrees Include: Applied Behavior Analysis, Child Development, Counseling, Early Childhood Education, Early Childhood Intervention, Education Psychology, Gerontology, Human Growth and Development, Medicine, Nursing, Physician Assistant, Psychology, Registered Nurse, Rehabilitation & Rehab Studies, Social Work, Sociology, and Special Education
OR Bachelor's degree with at least 30 hours of behavioral health coursework.
Valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record.
Eligible to obtain Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP-CS) certification.
Must provide license (if applicable) and official documentation of all educational attainment i.e. Transcript/Degree/Certificate
Required Supervisory Experience
Pre-employment tests including drug and TB Screening, Physical Exam including balance and lift test.
Satori Alternatives to Managing Aggression (SAMA)
Our total rewards program offers benefits* to full time employees beginning 1st of the month following hire date including but not limited to:
• Comprehensive healthcare options (Medical, Dental, and Vision)
• Life insurance and additional supplemental accident and hospitalization plans
• 401a match and 457 deferred compensation plans
• Paid vacation and holidays; varied flexible work environment locations
• Annual tuition reimbursement program
• Student Loan Forgiveness
• Professional development programs and training
• And more…..
• Full time employees begin 1st of the month following hire date
• Market driven positions (full time or part time) begin immediately after hire date
• Select part time market driven positions are eligible for most insurance plans
• Substitute status jobs are not eligible for benefits
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*MHMR of Tarrant County (“MHMR”) and its affiliates and subsidiaries have an internal recruiting department. MHMR may supplement that internal capability from time to time with assistance from temporary staffing agencies, placement services, and professional recruiters herein after referred to collectively as “Recruiters"). Recruiters are hereby specifically directed NOT to contact MHMR employees directly in an attempt to present candidates – MHMR recruiting team or other authorized MHMR personnel must present ALL candidates to hiring managers. For more information please visit our website www.mhmrtc.org