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Job Description

Licensed clinical mental health professionals are encouraged to consider an exciting career opportunity with Liberty Healthcare Corporation.

Liberty Healthcare operates a statewide program in Idaho which assesses children and adolescents who have mental illness – and helps determine their eligibility for various publicly-funded health and human services

A full-time “Assessor” position is now available with Liberty. This is a field-based position which allows for some work from home and requires regular travel throughout the local region. Liberty’s Assessors serve a vital role with the program and enjoy a wide array of responsibilities, including:

  • Conducting in-person visits with children and adolescents in their residences and schools
  • Assessing children and adolescents who have mental illness
  • Administering the “Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths” (CANS) assessment, as well as other structured assessments
  • Assisting in eligibility determination for Medicaid-funded mental health services
  • Completing assessments and reports within established deadlines
  • Please note - this role is limited to conducting client assessments and does not involve the provision of clinical therapy services. 

As an Assessor and valued full-time employee of Liberty Healthcare you can expect:

  • Competitive annual salary ($62,000 to $65,000 - depending on qualifications)
  • Comprehensive benefits package – which includes health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance
  • 30 days of cumulative paid time off annually for holidays, vacation, sick and personal time
  • Reimbursement for approved travel and mileage expenses
  • Professional training 
  • Affiliation with an organization that is nationally-recognized as a leader in the provision of high-quality health and human services to people who have mental illness and disabilities

Click here to view a comprehensive overview of Liberty Healthcare’s benefits plan

Skills & Requirements

Well-qualified candidates will possess the following attributes:

  • Professional licensure in Idaho in one of the following disciplines - Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC); Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC); Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT); Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or Licensed Psychologist (PhD or PsyD)
  • Minimum of one year of experience providing behavioral health services to children and adolescents
  • Highly organized, self-motivated, independent and able to be productive in an autonomous role
  • Ability to effectively use a smart phone, GPS, laptop and other remote office technology
  • Possess an insured vehicle in good working order and willingness to travel throughout the local region
  • Compassionate and committed to providing high quality service to people who have mental illness

Since Liberty Healthcare assesses and determines eligibility for Medicaid funded services - to avoid a conflict of interest - Liberty’s Assessors may not concurrently work for or be affiliated with an agency which bills Medicaid.

Liberty Healthcare Corporation provides a wide array of health and human services to people throughout the United States. We are an equal opportunity employer and diverse organization which actively seeks veterans, people who have disabilities, and individuals of all backgrounds to join our growing organization.  Click here to learn more about us.

If you are interested in helping ensure children and adolescents receive vital health and human services - and you are seeking an opportunity to elevate your career - click “Apply” and submit your resume for immediate consideration.