Aliron International, Inc. provides state-of-the-art professional health, cybersecurity, information technology, acquisition and logistics support, data analysis and management, linguistics / OSINT analysis, and managed services to the US Government at home and abroad.
Founded in 1989 in Washington, DC. Aliron started as an idea designed to save the U.S. government money in providing medical services to military and other personnel.
Since then, Aliron has grown into a dynamic company that has over the years employed nearly 500 people in 19 time zones for numerous defense agencies across sixteen states in the continental United States as well as projects in Germany, Italy, Korea, Japan, Singapore, Guam, Panama, Alaska, and Hawaii.
Responsibilities and Duties :
Maintain good standing in all applicable accreditations, licenses and certifications required by, but not limited to, the appropriate agencies and / or Boards.
Assist case managers and clinicians in properly maintaining case records for each individual served in accordance with the documentation standards set forth by the state or federal law, and North Carolina National Guard (NCNG) Integrated Behavioral Health System (IBHS) Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
If for any reason the contractor is unable to maintain documentation standards, the contractor will contact the State Behavioral Health Programs Director to facilitate an appropriate resolution.
Conduct activities in a manner that shall deter, prevent, and avoid abuse, neglect, and / or exploitation of individuals in its care and to ensure compliance with all state and federal requirements and in accordance with the policies of the NCNG and IBHS SOP.
Be prohibited from arbitrarily declining, refusing to serve or ejecting individuals served under the IBHS program mandate and SOP.
In the event that a contractor declines a referral, refuses to serve or ejects a specific individual served, the contactor shall give the SBHPD and State Behavioral Health Officer (SBHO) specific reason for the decline, refusal or denial.
Provide oversight on the practices of screening and evaluation of individual clients who call into the IBHS 24 hours helpline through the use of accepted psychological principles, theories, methods, and research.
Develop validation process for clinicians assigned to staff the queue for the 24 / 7 / 365 IBHS 1-855 Helpline without interruption outlined in an SOP.
Ensure adherence to the IBHS Clinician Mentorship Program for new clinicians outlined in the IBHS SOP. Ensure that treatment plans and all referrals are being resourced through the IBHS Psychological Service Section (PSS) â€ IBHS and G1 Medical Behavioral Health Operations Program (BHOP) SOPs.
This includes consults for those initially using the Military Treatment Facilities (MTF), VA, TRICARE network providers, and / or other non-network providers.
Develop and implement a network of agencies and organizations which will provide rehabilitative services to Veterans, Service Members and their families as a referral.
This also includes those not eligible for military health benefits.
Coordinate with and maintain a good working relationship with federal, state, local government agencies, and J9 staff section programs that include but are not limited to Substance Abuse Program (SAP), Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault Program (SHARP), Resilience Risk Reduction Suicide Prevention (R3SP), Yellow Ribbon Program, Casualty Operations, and Survivor Outreach Services (SOS)
The case records data in the development of metrics that identify trends needing command influence or visibility, program measure of effectiveness assessments, and supporting documentation for unfunded requests Provide consultation services to Command upon request that include making appropriate recommendations for counseling and resources available to improve medical readiness
Qualifications and Skills :
Required Masterâ€™s Degree in clinical social work from a program accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) or a Masterâ€™s in Counseling with licensure as Licensed Professional Counselor and North Carolina license(s).
Possess additional experience / knowledge directly related to the Army / Air National Guard
Clinical providers or counselors must possess at the minimum, North Carolina licensure and five years post-graduate experience working with military or law enforcement clients in behavioral health, individual, couple, family, mental health, and domestic or family violence counseling services.
Possess a thorough knowledge of laws protecting health information (HIPPA and Privacy Acts) in civilian and military settings as well as the professional ethics surrounding the behavioral health career field.
Highly desired accreditation with National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) or experience working within the Military Health System, specifically the Army Substance Abuse Program and the TRICARET
he ability to use Microsoft Office Suite Software (Power Point, Excel, Word, Access)
Experience with computerized client management systems is required.
Experience and high degree of competence in program development, marketing, and public education
Experience with the military, such as prior military service, military family member, or military family volunteer, is highly desirable.
Knowledge of diagnostic skills in areas of psychopathology and psychosocial dynamics for clients
Experiencing severe psychological trauma. High degree of competence in behavioral health
Consultation, treatment program development, teaching, and counseling.
Knowledge of legal information pertaining to patient confidentiality for behavioral health counseling.
Why Aliron International
Aliron offers competitive wages for all its positions as well as a generous benefits package :
Sponsored medical, vision, and dental plan options through United Healthcare, the largest and most widely accepted provider in the United States (eligible from first day of work)
A robust 401(k) plan with company matches (eligible 90 days after hire)
Paid time off and paid federal holidays
Most importantly, you can take pride in working for a company dedicated to serving our government by providing the best, most cost-effective solutions for the US Government.
Our work helps the US Government secure our nation, support the efforts of our military and intelligence communities, and provide lifesaving medical services to our soldiers, vets, and their families.
Following the presentation of a job offer, all candidates must undergo a government-mandated credentialing process. The government has identified strict procedures and standards to credential and verify the work experience, licenses, and education of all candidates.
Due to this strict process, candidates who do not meet the above listed qualifications are encouraged to look at other opportunities at Aliron.
Those who have criminal records (minor charges) are still encouraged to apply, but encouraged to disclose this so our recruiting team can verify your eligibility to work on the relevant contract.
Aliron International is an equal opportunity employer. Aliron is a woman-owned company and its day-to-day operations are run by a veteran.
We are proud of our diverse staff, and encourage all qualified job seekers to apply for opportunities with Aliron.
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