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Community Outreach Care Extender

Mindoula Health Las Vegas, NV
  • Expired: 19 days ago. Applications are no longer accepted.

Mindoula Health is seeking a Certified Qualified Behavioral Health Aide/Care Extender to provide support to the Population Health department. Working With NV contract as needed, understanding and adhering to contractual requirements while assisting the team to reach outcomes.

The Care Extender will have access to sensitive patient information and must maintain the integrity of those records at all times. Must be trustworthy, have a flexible schedule, have hands on approach to details, excellent organizational skills with a strong attention to detail and be a team player.


  • QBA or QMHA certification required
  • High school diploma or equivalent, Bachelors Degree preferred
  • Certification for Quality Behaviors Aide that is current
  • Knowledge of Resources, Social Determinants of Health, Mental Health, Substance Abuse Disorders, Violence and social issues.
  • Excellent computer skills and experience with Google Suite software (Google Sheets) and Microsoft Office software (Excel).
  • Strong data entry skills.
  • Must be detail-oriented and able to multitask.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and have a strong sense of urgency.

Essential Functions

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Outreach and Engagement
  • Initial outreach and engagement to a cohort of members
  • Continuous outreach and engagement on a regular basis (as contracted)
  • Develops and coordinates community resources with emphasis on medical, behavioral, violence prevention and social services.
  • Assess clients for risk, make quick evaluations for risk, and respond within the parameters outlined within their safety plan, formulating and performing crisis intervention the ensures the safety of clients as necessary.
  • Assess the options for care including use of benefits and community resources to develop and update the care plan.
  • Guide clients in the development of skills and/or strategies for managing problems and triggers to increase relapse prevention and reduce risk.
  • Encourage clients to develop work skills and to participate in social, recreational, or other therapeutic activities that enhance interpersonal skills and develop social relationships.
  • Educate clients about mental or physical illness, abuse, violence prevention, medication, and available community and social resources.
  • Schedule or facilitates scheduling appointments and follow-up services.
  • Schedule or facilitates scheduling appointments to conduct assessments or face to face visits in the community as needed.
  • Monitor, evaluate, and record clients’ progress according to measurable goals described in clients’ plan.
  • Acts as liaison and member advocate between the member/family, physician and facilities/agencies.
  • Contacts members to remind them about upcoming appointments and/or missed appointments.
  • Interacts continuously with member, family, physician(s) and other providers utilizing clinical knowledge and expertise to lower over-utilization of unnecessary resources.
  • Requests consultation and diagnostic reports from network specialists.
  • Reports critical incidents and information regarding the quality of care issues.
  • Reporting and Documentation:
  • Prepare and maintain all required records, reports, paperwork, and clients’ diagnostic records, maintaining confidentiality of clients at all times.
  • Develop and implement modifications to clients’ plan based on clinical experience and knowledge and in response to changes in clients’ status, as requested and no less than once every three months.
  • Use clear and accurate communication skills (both verbal and written) to facilitate communication with the clients, clients’ family/caregivers, with staff, and treatment team; produce high quality documentation that enables the clients to receive the best treatment possible.
  • Maintains accurate records of case management activities in the Mindoula Admin System.
  • Accurately complete all case notes in a professional, timely manner.


  • Use creative methods to locate members for engagement
  • Complete short-term projects with tight deadlines.
  • Adhere to rigorous client record keeping data entry and standards and procedures.
  • Competently relate to clients, their families, and agencies involved with clients through above average interpersonal skills.
  • Uphold professional standards as a representative of Mindoula Health.
  • Improve our program and work environment through constructive suggestions and show each individual respect and compassion without crossing therapeutic boundaries, infringing on ethical standards, or being drawn into unethical situations.
  • Work as part of the clinical team; promote teamwork and unity.
  • Respond positively to supervision and to recommendations for improved performance

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400 South 4th Street, Las Nevada, 89101
Las Vegas, NV