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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 patients 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

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

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO

Job Title: Program Manager

Location:  Colorado Springs, CO

FLSA:  Exempt, $60-85K annually

About EDCare Colorado Springs

Are you looking to work with a high quality, collaborative team within a privately held growing company?  Are you passionate about patient recovery and looking to have strong clinical supervision & support within a multidisciplinary team?  Do you want compassionate, enthusiastic and engaged co-workers?  EDCare can provide this for you and more!

Summary of Major Functions: 

Manager of clinical, operational, and administrative processes of EDCare Colorado Springs Adult and Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Programs.

Demonstrates the ability to fulfill daily operational and clinical needs, while participating in and contributing to the strategic growth of the program. Understands and performs within the expectations that management’s ultimate goal is clinical excellence, profitability, and overall success of EDCare.

Administrative Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. As a member of the EDCare Management team: timely completion and accuracy of weekly reports, quarterly board meeting reports & approval of payroll.
  2. Management of staff, facilitating hiring, onboarding, training & annual evaluation for EDCare staff and interns, including disciplines & terminations.
  3. Weekly phone calls with Regional Clinical Director in order to assure operational and clinical support.
  4. Serves as a liaison for EDCare outreach through referral sources, marketing events, local universities, etc.
  5. Adheres to The Joint Commission expectations and requirements.
  6. Meets monthly with EDCare CFO in order to review financial status of COS programs.
  7. Maintains responsibility over admissions, current patient census and the overall financial success of COS programs.
  8. Effective and consistent communication to referral sources and Collaborative providers.

Clinical Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Maintains clinical oversight of all staff in order to assure completion of responsibilities and duties, managing concerns or issues & maintaining a standard of excellence for patient care.
  2. Demonstrates in-depth knowledge and practice of effective counseling skills.
  3. Demonstrates ability to build therapeutic rapport with patients, families, staff, and interns.
  4. Facilitates program orientation with all incoming adult and adolescent patients and families. Orientation includes, but is not limited to, introducing the patient to the milieu environment and reviewing program expectations.
  5. Provides clinical coverage including leading AIOP parent groups and EIOP Multifamily group weekly.
  6. Provides PRN coverage for both programs as needed for groups and individual cases.
  7. Provides outpatient services to individuals and families. Completes all documentation and necessary paperwork associated with having an outpatient case load.
  8. Reviews all documentation in EMR on a weekly basis, i.e., bio/psycho/social assessments, mental status exam, treatment plans, weekly progress notes, aftercare plans, treatment summaries, etc.
  9. Facilitates weekly, one-hour supervision meetings for all EDCare staff and interns.
  10. Conducts separate IOP weekly staffing for both Adolescent and Adult programs.
  11. Provides oversight of the discharge process in order to assure appropriate care of the patient and collaboration with OP providers.
  12. Maintains daily program structure for both COS programs developing quality measures and solutions for improvement.
  13. In collaboration with Regional Clinical Director, maintains and develops group curriculum for both COS programs.
  14. Monitors client satisfaction surveys process through questionnaires and compiles data.

Minimum Experience:

  1. Licensed or license eligible as LPC, LCSW, or LMFT.
  2. Master’s degree, Psy, D or Ph.D. in behavioral health field.
  3. Clinical conceptualization of the treatment of eating disorders and dual diagnoses.
  4. Experience working individually and in groups with eating disordered patients.
  5. Clinical leadership skills including experience supervising staff.

 Computer Skills:

  1. Minimum of beginner skills in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Intermediate skills are required with Microsoft Outlook.
  2. Must be able to effectively maneuver within an office scheduling system.
  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 frequently, hearing frequently, 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:

95% inside, 99% normal temperature and 99% normal noise as expected in a medical office environment.

More about this position:

  1. All the benefits you expect-PTO, Health, Vision, Dental, 401(k), HSA & FSA, Company Paid Life Insurance & Long Term Disability
  2. Two shifts per week are evening shifts from 12:00-8:00p, the remaining 3 shifts are 9:00-5:00.

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to Kristen Jorgensen, Director of Human Resources at KJorgensen@eatingdisorder.care

Job Title: Primary Therapist, Intensive Outpatient Program

Location:  Colorado Springs, CO

FLSA:  Exempt, $55-58k annually

About EDCare Colorado Springs

Are you looking to work with a high quality, collaborative team within a privately held growing company?  Are you passionate about patient recovery and looking to have strong clinical supervision & support within a multidisciplinary team?  Do you want compassionate, enthusiastic and engaged co-workers?  EDCare can provide this for you and more!

Summary of Major Functions: 

Primarily responsible for the care of our Evening Inpatient Outpatient Program patients as part of an interdisciplinary team. Provides individual therapy, group therapy, case management, treatment planning, and outpatient therapy.

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Maintains a patient load of 6-8 EIOP patients.
  2. Cultivates and maintains appropriate outpatient case load to be approved by Program Manager.
  3. Demonstrates ability to provide comprehensive and ongoing assessment resulting in appropriate treatment and discharge recommendations.
  4. Creates an individualized treatment plan with appropriate IOP goals & objectives; continually monitors progress and re-evaluates appropriateness of goals.
  5. Demonstrates knowledge and skill in working with individuals and groups within the eating disorder population.
  6. Facilitates groups with expertise, demonstrating the ability to engage, set limits and monitor the group process.
  7. Maintains and enforces clinical program structure and policies of EDCare.
  8. In collaboration with the Program Manager, participates in multi-family programming resulting in increased support and awareness by families.
  9. Leads weekly staffing, conveying pertinent clinical information and formulating goals for the following week. Effectively communicates with members of the treatment team.
  10. Ongoing attention to discharge plan evidenced by development of aftercare plan, coordination with OP providers and referrals sources, and secures patient’s knowledge of available resources.
  11. Completion of thorough discharge summaries reflecting the course of treatment and ongoing clinical recommendations.
  12. Completes utilization review sheet with pertinent clinical information and conducts utilization review when EIOP Admission Clinician is absent.

Minimum Experience:

  1. Licensed or license eligible as LPC, LCSW, or LMFT.
  2. Master’s degree, Psy, D or Ph.D. in behavioral health field.
  3. Clinical conceptualization of the treatment of eating disorders and dual diagnoses.
  4. Experience working individually and in groups with eating disordered patients.
  5. Clinical leadership skills.

 Computer Skills:

  1. Minimum of beginner skills in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Intermediate skills are required with Microsoft Outlook.
  2. Must be able to effectively maneuver within an office scheduling system.
  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 frequently, hearing frequently, 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:

95% inside, 99% normal temperature and 99% normal noise as expected in a medical office environment.

More about this position:

  1. All the benefits you expect-PTO, Health, Vision, Dental, 401(k), HSA & FSA, Company Paid Life Insurance & Long Term Disability
  2. Two shifts per week are evening shifts from 12:00-8:00p, the remaining 3 shifts are 9:00-5:00.

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to Kristen Jorgensen, Director of Human Resources at KJorgensen@eatingdisorder.care

KANSAS CITY, KANSAS 

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

OMAHA, NEBRASKA 

Job Title: Program Manager

Location:  Omaha, NE

FLSA:  Exempt, $60-85K annually

About EDCare Omaha

Are you looking to work with a high quality, collaborative team within a privately held growing company?  Are you passionate about patient recovery and looking to have strong clinical supervision & support within a multidisciplinary team?  Do you want compassionate, enthusiastic and engaged co-workers?  EDCare can provide this for you and more!

Summary of Major Functions: 

Manager of clinical, operational, and administrative processes of EDCare Omaha Adult Intensive Outpatient Programs.

Demonstrates the ability to fulfill daily operational and clinical needs, while participating in and contributing to the strategic growth of the program. Understands and performs within the expectations that management’s ultimate goal is clinical excellence, profitability, and overall success of EDCare.

Administrative Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. As a member of the EDCare Management team:  timely completion and accuracy of paperwork including weekly reports to CEO, quarterly board meeting reports, payroll, competencies, annual reviews, etc.

  2. Management of staff, facilitating hiring, onboarding, training & annual evaluation for EDCare staff and interns, including disciplines & terminations.

  3. Weekly phone calls with Regional Clinical Director in order to assure operational and clinical support. 

  4. Serves as a liaison for EDCare Outreach through referral sources, marketing events, local universities, etc.

  5. Adheres to The Joint Commission expectations and requirements.

  6. Meets monthly with EDCare CFO in order to review financial status of NE program(s).  

  7. Maintains responsibility over admissions, current patient census and the overall financial success of COS programs. 

  8. Effective and consistent communication to referral sources and collaborative providers.  

Clinical Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Maintains clinical oversight of all staff in order to assure completion of responsibilities and duties, managing concerns or issues & maintaining a standard of excellence for patient care.

  2. Demonstrates in-depth knowledge and practice of effective counseling skills.

  3. Demonstrates ability to build therapeutic rapport with patients, families, staff, and interns.

  4. Facilitates program orientation with all incoming patients. Orientation includes, but is not limited to, introducing the patient to the milieu environment and reviewing program expectations.  

  5. Ensures staff coverage for all clinical aspects of IOP programming.  Provides input and maintains a standard of excellence for patient care.

  6. Maintains clinical oversight of all staff in order to assure completion of responsibilities and duties. 

  7. Maintains census of up to 4 caseload in EIOP and a cap of 2 patient caseload when EIOP and BED-IOP are concurrently running.  

  8. Reviews all documentation in EMR on a weekly basis, i.e., bio/psycho/social assessments, mental status exam, treatment plans, weekly progress notes, aftercare plans, treatment summaries, etc.  

  9. Facilitates weekly, one-hour supervision meetings for all EDCare staff and interns. 

  10. Conducts weekly staffing.  

  11. Provides oversight of the discharge process in order to assure appropriate care of the patient and collaboration with OP providers.  

  12. Maintains daily program structure for NE programs developing quality measures and solutions for improvement. 

  13. In collaboration with Regional Clinical Director, maintains and develops group curriculum for Nebraska program(s).  

  14. Monitors client satisfaction surveys process through questionnaires and compiles data.  

  15. Participates in meal therapy with patients in a fashion consistent with EDCare current policies and procedures including eating and modeling appropriate eating behaviors during assigned mealtimes and snacks.  

Minimum Experience:

  1. Licensed or license eligible as LPC, LCSW, or LMFT.
  2. Master’s degree, Psy, D or Ph.D. in behavioral health field.
  3. Clinical conceptualization of the treatment of eating disorders and dual diagnoses.
  4. Experience working individually and in groups with eating disordered patients.
  5. Clinical leadership skills including experience supervising staff.

 Computer Skills:

  1. Minimum of beginner skills in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Intermediate skills are required with Microsoft Outlook.
  2. Must be able to effectively maneuver within an office scheduling system.
  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 frequently, hearing frequently, 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:

95% inside, 99% normal temperature and 99% normal noise as expected in a medical office environment.

More about this position:

  1. All the benefits you expect-PTO, Health, Vision, Dental, 401(k), HSA & FSA, Company Paid Life Insurance & Long Term Disability
  2. Two shifts per week are evening shifts from 12:00-8:00p, the remaining 3 shifts are 9:00-5:00.

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to Kristen Jorgensen, Director of Human Resources at KJorgensen@eatingdisorder.care

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.