Southcentral Foundation is currently seeking Clinicians for our Behavioral Health Intensive Case Management, Benteh Nuutah Valley Native Primary Care Center, Child & Family Development Services, Dena A. Coy, Four Directions, The Pathway Home, and Quyana Clubhouse departments.
Southcentral Foundation (SCF) is an Alaska Native-owned, nonprofit health care organization serving nearly 65,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people (customer-owners) living in Anchorage, Matanuska-Susitna Valley and 55 rural villages. Our award-winning model of care is based on our belief that the journey to wellness is a responsibility between patient and provider.
Why Work at Southcentral Foundation?
SCF’s benefits are designed around your health and wellness. SCF offers its employees a generous paid leave, health benefits to include medical, dental, and vision, an employer matched 401K, 12 paid holidays, one hour per week of paid wellness leave, on-site fitness, daycare facilities, competitive salary packages, and much more!
SCF’s clinical team environment is one of the most robust in the country. SCF’s data-driven, non-revenue approach means that compensation is salary-based, encouraging a practice focused on wellness, not quantity.
For a more complete list of the benefits enjoyed by Southcentral Foundation employees visit: SouthcentralFoundation.com
Clinician I, II:
The Southcentral Foundation (SCF) Clinician is responsible for providing clinical interventions tailored to the customer-owner needs and prepare them for participation in learning circles.
This position has two (2) levels designed to provide progressively more responsible and independent work experiences. Progression between job levels is based on the demonstrated ability to successfully handle more progressively responsible assignments.
Qualifications for Clinician I:
Master’s degree in behavioral health field including Counseling, Psychology or Social Work; OR PhD/PsyD in Clinical or Counseling Psychology.
Obtain Alaska Clinical Licensure in designated field within three (3) years of hire.
Additional Qualifications for Clinician II: Meets all requirements of Clinician I in addition to the following:
Two (2) years of supervised clinical work experience for Master’s level Behavioral Health; OR two (2) years of post-graduate clinical experience for PhD or PsyD level; OR demonstrated proficiency as a Clinician I at SCF.
Current Alaska Clinical Licensure in designated field.
Employee Health Requirements:
Compliance with our Employee Health Procedure is a condition of SCF employment. You are required to agree that you will comply with all job-related employee health screening and immunizations prior to your first day of employment. Jobs designated as a Health Care Personnel (HCP) position, requires that you have documentation that you have completed the following immunizations prior to your first day of employment: MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella, Varicella (Chicken Pox), Hepatitis B, Influenza, T-dap (Tetanus - Diphtheria - Pertussis), and COVID-19.
Additional Salary Information: Sign-on Bonus
Internal Number: 3349
About Southcentral Foundation
Southcentral Foundation is the largest Alaska owned healthcare system in the state and provides a variety of services to nearly 65,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people. Our internationally recognized, relationship-based model of was created from our belief that the journey to wellness is a partnership and a responsibility shared between the patient and provider. It extends beyond the individual, to the family, the community, and to the world in which we live.
Our benefits are designed around your health and wellness. We offer one hour per week of paid wellness leave, on-site fitness and daycare facilities, competitive salary packages, and much more!
Our clinical team environment is one of the most robust in the country. Our data-driven, non RVU approach means that compensation is salary-based: encouraging a practice focused on wellness, not quantity.
Our integrated and accessible approach to care makes your job easier. Our clinics coordinate patient care with integrated care teams that have access to specialties in multiple disciplines.