Remote Virtual Administrative Assistant needed to provide administrative support to expanding teaching clinic/private practice specializing in mental health. Tasks may include: new client intake screenings, scheduling, call and email management, managing wait list, self-pay billing, and general administrative support. Education and/or work experience in the mental health field and/or a medical clinic is preferred. Experience with EHRs, especially Simple Practice, is preferred. Hours flexible, but must have some availability to answer/return calls on week days. Hours initially 5-10 hours per week, but office is expanding and growing quickly. Ideal candidate would be available to build up to 20-30 hours per week. US based applicants only. Must be able to provide resume, three professional references, and commit to a minimum of one year, potential for longevity preferred. Hourly rate $20-$25 per hour based on level of experience. Non-W2, contract position with no benefits (at this time).
Passion for organizational values and commitments is preferred.
VALUES: Empathy, Equity, Justice, Inclusivity, Integrity
WE ARE COMMITTED TO:
- Recognizing that all people have inherent worth and dignity
- Using best practices to provide care in the most ethical way possible
- Elevating the voices of people who were adopted and who have experienced foster care
- Anti-racism both internally on an individual level and externally in the office and therapy room
- Decolonizing mental health
- Engaging in advocacy at a policy level to lift up the voices and needs of our clients and marginalized populations
- Prioritizing the perspectives of people who have experienced oppression and discrimination
- Approaching care from a person-in-the-environment perspective, with an understanding that we all have intersectional identities that make our experiences unique
- Being thoughtful about power dynamics in our clients’ lives, as well as power and privilege in the therapeutic relationship
- The mental health and happiness of our clients.
This is a private practice and is expanding to become a teaching clinic (similar to a teaching hospital) primarily for adult adopted people, where licensed clinical interns and mentored professionals will provide the vast majority of services, at a significantly reduced rate, using an intersectional and social justice lens. Therapy will initially be offered for people throughout the state of Texas, and eventually beyond. Special emphasis will be placed on oppression, eating disorders, suicidality, race and other minority status identifiers. Additional activities will include policy advocacy, professional training, and case consultation. Some clinicians provide general community mental health support.
QualificationsProfessional phone etiquette, strong written and verbal communication skills, customer service skills, patience for people who may be experiencing distress, ability to work with broad and diverse range of clients and team members, experience working with Microsoft Office and G-Suite.