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Join our dedicated, collaborative healthcare team! EDCare is one of the nation’s foremost centers for the diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders. Established in 2001, our multidisciplinary team of board-certified experts work together to ensure adults, ages 18 and older, receive individualized care for anorexia, bulimia, binge eating and other related disorders.

If you think your expertise matches our requirements, please submit your CV or resumé today!

Opportunities don’t happen. You create them. Apply today for one of our available positions at EDCare listed below!

Benefits

EDCare offers a competitive salary and attractive benefits package for all full-time and some part-time employees. This package includes medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance as well as flexible spending accounts. In addition, employees are eligible to participate in our 401(k) plan immediately. Our center offers a generous “Paid Time Off” plan for holiday, vacation and sick leave, allowing an employee to decide how they would like to use their paid time off from work. Detailed information about the current insurance plans and benefit programs is provided to a candidate during the interview process.

DENVER, COLORADO

Primary Therapist – Denver, CO

Summary:           

Primarily responsible for the direction of care of PHP patients as part of interdisciplinary team. Provides individual therapy, case management, group therapy, treatment planning, ensures implementation of the treatment plan in all aspects of programming and plans for a smooth transition and discharge from treatment. Responsible to document all treatment processes.

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  1. Demonstrates ability to provide comprehensive and ongoing assessment resulting in appropriate treatment and discharge recommendations (Patient’s BioPsychoSocial completed and filed in patient’s chart within 72 hours).
  2. Creates an individualized treatment plan with appropriate PHP goals and objectives (completed within 72 hours) and continually monitors progress and re-evaluates appropriateness of goals.
  3. Demonstrates knowledge of and practice of clinical interviewing/counseling skills.
  4. Ensures that patients are seen for individual therapy as clinically indicated (twice weekly for PHP and once weekly for IOP).
  5. Demonstrates ability to build therapeutic rapport.
  6. Provides case management for each assigned case: demonstrates ability to facilitate and/or ensure the whole of patient care, integrates all aspects of care and eases the process of treatment for the patient.
  7. Facilitates groups with expertise: demonstrates ability to engage, set limits and monitors the group process.
  8. Timely completion and accuracy of clinical paperwork: treatment plan, progress notes, etc.
  9. Cultivates and maintains appropriate outpatient case load as determined by the Clinical Director.
  10. Demonstrates leadership in assuring continuity and quality of partial program, including curriculum development and group implementation.
  11. Leads weekly staffings, conveying pertinent clinical information and formulating goals for the following week and effectively communicates with members of the treatment team.
  12. Ongoing attention to discharge plan evidenced by development of aftercare plan, transition sessions with OP provider and ensures patient’s knowledge of available resources.
  13. Thorough discharge summaries reflect course of treatment and D/C recommendations; completed within fourteen days of discharge and sent to patient’s outpatient providers.
  14. Provides clinical supervision to select clinical employees as assigned by Clinical Director.
  15. Effective and consistent communication to referral sources and collaborative providers.
  16. Provides leadership to the clinical team; provides direction and support to milieu therapists and other group leaders in implementation of program services.
  17. Provides schedule template and information necessary to billing and front desk staff to ensure effective workflow processes.
  18. Other job duties as assigned.

Minimum Experience: 

  1. Licensed in Colorado as LP, or LPC
  2. PsyD or Ph.D. in behavioral health field with emphasis upon trauma based treatment and/or a specialty training in sports psychology for work with eating disordered athletes.
  3. Experience working individually and in groups with eating disordered clients.
  4. Clinical conceptualization of the treatment of eating disorders and dual diagnosis.
  5. Good oral and written communication skills.
  6. Clinical leadership skills.
  7. Treatment orientation that aligns with that of EDC, LLC.

Computer Skills:

  1. Must be able to effectively maneuver within an office scheduling system.
  2. Minimum of intermediate skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  3. Must be able to efficiently learn and effectively work within an electronic medical records system.

Physical Demands and Environment:

Physical demands of this job include but are NOT limited to:

Sitting frequently, standing occasionally, walking occasionally, talking constantly, hearing constantly, seeing constantly, reaching with arms and hands occasionally, crouching occasionally and using fingers intricately.  This position requires lifting/carrying up to 10 pounds occasionally.

Environmental conditions of this job include but are NOT limited to:

99% inside, 99% normal temperature and 99% normal noise as expected in a medical office environment.


To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to Linda Byster, Director of Operations and Human Resources, at LByster@eatingdisorder.care

Milieu Therapist – Denver, CO

Summary:           

Full time Milieu Therapist.

Duties and Responsibilities: 

Primary responsibilities include milieu management and education within our Partial Hospitalization Program.  Therapist will facilitate meals with patients while modeling appropriate eating behaviors.  Facilitates groups with expertise, demonstrating ability to engage, set limits and monitor the group process. Maintains and develops group curriculum for psycho-education groups.  Use therapeutic interventions to maintain a safe, supportive, clinically sound milieu.  Maintains daily program structure.  Timely completion and accuracy of clinical paperwork:  progress notes, group notes etc.

Minimum Experience: 

  1. Position requires a completed Master’s degree in behavioral health or related field required.
  2. Previous experience treating eating disorders preferred but not required.

Computer Skills:

  1. Must be able to effectively maneuver within an office scheduling system.
  2. Minimum of intermediate skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  3. Must be able to efficiently learn and effectively work within an electronic medical records system.

Physical Demands and Environment:

Physical demands of this job include but are NOT limited to:

Sitting frequently, standing occasionally, walking occasionally, talking constantly, hearing constantly, seeing constantly, reaching with arms and hands occasionally, crouching occasionally and using fingers intricately.  This position requires lifting/carrying up to 10 pounds occasionally.

Environmental conditions of this job include but are NOT limited to:

99% inside, 99% normal temperature and 99% normal noise as expected in a medical office environment.


To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to Linda Byster, Director of Operations and Human Resources, at LByster@eatingdisorder.care

Human Resource Manager – Denver, CO

Summary:           

EDCare is hiring a full time HR Manager based in Denver, serving approximately 90 employees. The HR Manager will handle recruiting, hiring, training, benefits administration, compensation, and employee relations. This position also manages the Human Resources sections of our Joint Commission accreditation. Some travel is required to our offices remote locations, approximately once per quarter.

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  1. Meet all personnel regulatory requirements, including state, federal and Joint Commission guidelines.
  2. Knowledge of employment laws and EEO compliance.
  3. Facilitate an easy on-boarding process for new hires.
  4. Oversees talent acquisition, employee staffing, employment processing (on and off boarding) and compensation.
  5. Collaborate with the manager team to build a best-place-to-work culture.
  6. Mange employee relations and retention.
  7. Oversee performance evaluation process.
  8. Manage and maintains employee files.
  9. Must be able to interface at all levels of the organization.
  10. Passion for innovative HR solutions and process improvement.
  11. Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills.

Minimum Experience: 

  1. A minimum of 3-5 years of HR Manager experience required.
  2. Behavioral Healthcare experience preferred. Professional certification preferred.

Computer Skills:

  1. Must be able to effectively maneuver within an office scheduling system.
  2. Minimum of intermediate skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  3. Must be able to efficiently learn and effectively work within an electronic medical records system.

Physical Demands and Environment:

Physical demands of this job include but are NOT limited to:

Sitting frequently, standing occasionally, walking occasionally, talking constantly, hearing constantly, seeing constantly, reaching with arms and hands occasionally, crouching occasionally and using fingers intricately.  This position requires lifting/carrying up to 10 pounds occasionally.

Environmental conditions of this job include but are NOT limited to:

99% inside, 99% normal temperature and 99% normal noise as expected in a medical office environment.


To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to Linda Byster, Director of Operations and Human Resources, at LByster@eatingdisorder.care

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO

Thank you for your interest in joining the EDCare Colorado Springs team. Unfortunately, we do not have any open positions at this time. Please check back soon!

KANSAS CITY, KANSAS 

Primary Therapist – Overland Park, KS

Summary:           

Primarily responsible for the direction of care of PHP patients as part of interdisciplinary team. Provides individual therapy, case management, group therapy, treatment planning, ensures implementation of the treatment plan in all aspects of programming and plans for a smooth transition and discharge from treatment. Responsible to document all treatment processes.

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  1. Demonstrates ability to provide comprehensive and ongoing assessment resulting in appropriate treatment and discharge recommendations (Patient’s BioPsychoSocial completed and filed in patient’s chart within 72 hours).
  2. Creates an individualized treatment plan with appropriate PHP goals and objectives (completed within 72 hours) and continually monitors progress and re-evaluates appropriateness of goals.
  3. Demonstrates knowledge of and practice of clinical interviewing/counseling skills.
  4. Ensures that patients are seen for individual therapy as clinically indicated (twice weekly for PHP and once weekly for IOP).
  5. Demonstrates ability to build therapeutic rapport.
  6. Provides case management for each assigned case: demonstrates ability to facilitate and/or ensure the whole of patient care, integrates all aspects of care and eases the process of treatment for the patient.
  7. Facilitates groups with expertise: demonstrates ability to engage, set limits and monitors the group process.
  8. Timely completion and accuracy of clinical paperwork: treatment plan, progress notes, etc.
  9. Cultivates and maintains appropriate outpatient case load as determined by the Program Director.
  10. Demonstrates leadership in assuring continuity and quality of partial program, including curriculum development and group implementation.
  11. Leads weekly staffings, conveying pertinent clinical information and formulating goals for the following week and effectively communicates with members of the treatment team.
  12. Ongoing attention to discharge plan evidenced by development of aftercare plan, transition sessions with OP provider and ensures patient’s knowledge of available resources.
  13. Thorough discharge summaries reflect course of treatment and D/C recommendations; completed within fourteen days of discharge and sent to patient’s outpatient providers.
  14. Provides clinical supervision to select clinical employees as assigned by Clinical Director.
  15. Effective and consistent communication to referral sources and collaborative providers.
  16. Provides leadership to the clinical team; provides direction and support to milieu therapists and other group leaders in implementation of program services.
  17. Provides schedule template and information necessary to billing and front desk staff to ensure effective workflow processes.
  18. Other job duties as assigned.

Minimum Experience: 

  1. Licensed in Kansas as LP, LCPC, LMSW
  2. Experience working individually and in groups with eating disordered clients.
  3. Experience with trauma informed therapies
  4. Clinical conceptualization of the treatment of eating disorders and dual diagnosis.
  5. Good oral and written communication skills.
  6. Clinical leadership skills.
  7. Treatment orientation that aligns with that of EDCare

Computer Skills:

  1. Must be able to effectively maneuver within an office scheduling system.
  2. Minimum of intermediate skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  3. Must be able to efficiently learn and effectively work within an electronic medical records system.

Physical Demands and Environment:

Physical demands of this job include but are NOT limited to:

Sitting frequently, standing occasionally, walking occasionally, talking constantly, hearing constantly, seeing constantly, reaching with arms and hands occasionally, crouching occasionally and using fingers intricately.  This position requires lifting/carrying up to 10 pounds occasionally.

Environmental conditions of this job include but are NOT limited to:

99% inside, 99% normal temperature and 99% normal noise as expected in a medical office environment.


To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to Linda Byster, Director of Operations and Human Resources, at LByster@eatingdisorder.care

Registered Dietitian – Overland Park, KS

Summary:           

EDCare has a full time opening in our Overland Park, Kansas clinic for a Registered Dietitian interested in working with eating disorder patients.  The qualified candidate will have a nutritional philosophy that aligns with EDCare, a passion for and basic understanding of eating disorders, and an enjoyment of working as part of a team.

Clinical Duties and Responsibilities: 

  1. Complete thorough nutritional assessment within 48 hours.
  2. Create an individualized nutrition treatment plan with appropriate goals and objectives.
  3. Develop meal plans demonstrating diversity and meeting the nutritional needs of the patients.
  4. Demonstrate knowledge of food service regulations and environmental risks and enforce regulatory requirements.
  5. Demonstrate knowledge of and practice of clinical interviewing/counseling skills.
  6. Demonstrate ability to build therapeutic rapport.
  7. Facilitate educational and nutritional process groups with expertise, demonstrating ability to engage, set limits and monitor the group process.
  8. Maintain and develop group curriculum.
  9. Timely completion and accuracy of assigned paperwork: assessments, treatment plans, progress notes, group notes, etc.
  10. Coordinate construction of daily meals with Dietary Tech/Chef, using outside services and in-house resources.
  11. Be able to assist/complete planning, preparing and serving meals as needed.
  12. Capable of fulfilling the duties of the Dietary Staff as needed.
  13. Provide supervision to all Dietary Staff, including reviewing and signing off on all assessments.
  14. Ensure outstanding quality of dietary services and food service department.
  15. Develop appropriate Policies and Procedures and educate staff on dietary issues.
  16. Facilitate departmental Performance Improvement initiatives.
  17. Schedule dietary training opportunities and maintain internal training handbooks.
  18. Work with Program Director to assess the effectiveness of existing programs and develop new program components as necessary.
  19. Ensure standards and accreditation requirements (Joint Commission, HIPAA, etc.)

Minimum Experience:

  1. Registered Dietitian with a minimum of 5 years of experience.
  2. Licensed as a Dietitian in the state of Kansas.
  3. Experience working individually and in groups, preferably with eating disordered clients.
  4. Clinical conceptualization of the treatment of eating disorders and dual diagnosis.
  5. Good oral and written communication skills.

Computer Skills:

  1. Must be able to effectively maneuver within an office scheduling system.
  2. Minimum of intermediate skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  3. Must be able to efficiently learn and effectively work within an electronic medical records system.

Physical Demands and Environment:

Physical demands of this job include but are NOT limited to:

Sitting frequently, standing occasionally, walking occasionally, talking constantly, hearing constantly, seeing constantly, reaching with arms and hands occasionally, crouching occasionally and using fingers intricately.  This position requires lifting/carrying up to 10 pounds occasionally.

Environmental conditions of this job include but are NOT limited to:

99% inside, 99% normal temperature and 99% normal noise as expected in a medical office environment.


To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to Linda Byster, Director of Operations and Human Resources, at LByster@eatingdisorder.care

Psychiatrist Nurse Practitioner – Overland Park, KS

Summary:           

Part-time Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner to work with PHP patients.

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  1. Utilizes a bio-psycho-social & empowerment model.
  2. Examine and treat clients, through psychiatric assessments.
  3. Provide health teaching and counseling to clients and families.
  4. Accurately document client data, actions or interventions, responses and plans for care/follow up according to standards.
  5. Review and monitor therapy and treatment plans.
  6. Initiate appropriate consultations and/or actions accordingly.
  7. Evaluate health status through the ongoing collection and assessment of health data, within multidisciplinary team.
  8. Coordinate all laboratory and medical diagnostic testing for clients and medical team.
  9. Coordinate and attend all psychiatric medication consults.
  10. Must demonstrate knowledge and understanding of appropriate psychotropic medications.
  11. Provide patient education regarding side-effects and efficacy.
  12. Regularly monitor prescribed medications for assigned patients.

Computer Skills:

  1. Must be able to effectively maneuver within an office scheduling system.
  2. Minimum of intermediate skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  3. Must be able to efficiently learn and effectively work within an electronic medical records system.

Physical Demands and Environment:

Physical demands of this job include but are NOT limited to:

Sitting frequently, standing occasionally, walking occasionally, talking constantly, hearing constantly, seeing constantly, reaching with arms and hands occasionally, crouching occasionally and using fingers intricately.  This position requires lifting/carrying up to 10 pounds occasionally.

Environmental conditions of this job include but are NOT limited to:

99% inside, 99% normal temperature and 99% normal noise as expected in a medical office environment.


To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to Linda Byster, Director of Operations and Human Resources, at LByster@eatingdisorder.care

Milieu Therapist – Overland Park, KS

Summary:           

Provide and maintain structure for Partial Hospitalization Program. Services include conducting psycho-educational groups, facilitating meals and meal processing, documentation, and encouraging a therapeutic milieu.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Demonstrate knowledge of and practice of effective counseling skills.
  2. Facilitate meals with patients in a fashion consistent with the treatment philosophy of EDC; eat and model appropriate eating behaviors during assigned mealtimes with patients.
  3. Contribute clinical information and observations about patients in weekly staffing.
  4. Thoroughly integrate new patients into the program via orientation, demonstrating knowledge of all aspects of the clinical program.
  5. Demonstrate ability to build therapeutic rapport.
  6. Facilitate groups with expertise, demonstrating ability to engage, set limits and monitor the group process.
  7. Maintain and develop group curriculum for psycho-ed groups.
  8. Is creative in therapeutic interventions to maintain a safe, supportive, clinically sound milieu.
  9. Is present and available for patient requests and needs; provide outreach to patients when necessary.
  10. Maintain daily program structure.
  11. Conduct check-ins and check-outs with patients.
  12. Facilitate meal and therapeutic outings.
  13. Timely completion and accuracy of clinical paperwork: progress notes, group notes etc.
  14. Ensure completion of daily attendance sheet for billing purposes.
  15. Take responsibility for opening and/or closing the facility.
  16. Take ownership for some training of new milieu staff and students
  17. Other job duties as assigned.

Front Desk Duties and Responsibilities (as needed):

  1. Answer phones.
  2. Greet all patients, visitors, and vendors in lobby.
  3. Check front desk voicemail.
  4. Administer psychological testing and surveys and distribute results to clinicians efficiently.
  5. Other job duties as assigned

Knowledge:

Must have a basic understanding of the therapeutic process that patients experience during program hours, understand confidentiality laws, and have a strong knowledge of professional ethics. Must be able to demonstrate leadership abilities and be able to work with persons from all educational and cultural backgrounds. Must demonstrate tact, resourcefulness, independent thinking, enthusiasm, and non-judgmental attitude.

Minimum Experience:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in behavioral health field.
  2. Good oral and written communication skills.

Computer Skills:

  1. Must be able to effectively maneuver within an office scheduling system.
  2. Minimum of intermediate skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
  3. Must be able to efficiently learn and effectively work within an electronic medical records system.

Physical Demands and Environment:

Physical demands of this job include but are NOT limited to:

Sitting frequently, standing occasionally, walking occasionally, talking constantly, hearing constantly, seeing constantly, reaching with arms and hands occasionally, crouching occasionally and using fingers intricately.  This position requires lifting/carrying up to 10 pounds occasionally.

Environmental conditions of this job include but are NOT limited to:

99% inside, 99% normal temperature and 99% normal noise as expected in a medical office environment.


To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to Linda Byster, Director of Operations and Human Resources, at LByster@eatingdisorder.care

OMAHA, NEBRASKA 

Thank you for your interest in joining the EDCare Omaha team. Unfortunately, we do not have any open positions at this time. Please check back soon!

Internships

EDCare fills internship positions very quickly each year. If you are interested in applying for an internship with EDCare, please send your cover letter and resume to Keira Ebersviller, MA, LPC at kebersviller@eatingdisorder.care for all master’s level inquires, and to Tamara Pryor, PhD at tpryor@eatingdisorder.care for all doctoral level internships and the Post-Doctoral Fellow position.

Volunteers

Due to the specialty and sensitivity of the type of services we provide, EDCare does not utilize volunteers in its clinical operations. While we often have individuals who want to volunteer their time, the confidentiality of our patients and the quality of their care is our first priority. Patient care is provided by trained staff members of EDCare. Occasionally, volunteers may assist with non-clinical operations as appropriate.