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Work at CIBH
CIBH has opportunities for licensed, indepdendent contractors to provide outpatient therapy on a split fee basis (65/35 Contractor/CIBH). As an indepdendent contractor, you have the ability to see clients via video conferencing from your own home, set your own schedule and determine the size of your caseload. CIBH will refer clients to you based on your license and insurance credentialing. Documentation and scheduling will be done in the Credbile electronic health record and follow CIBH's existing Outpatient and Continuous Quality Improvement standards.
As you know, this is a time of increased demand for mental health services. We look forward to working with you to meet the needs of the residents of Chesapeake.
Are you a professional with high ethical standards and strong internal motivation? If yes, consider joining our team. Chesapeake Integrated Behavioral Healthcare seeks highly motivated individuals to deliver quality mental health, substance abuse, intellectual disability, and developmental disability services to the citizens of Chesapeake. It is our mission to optimize the quality of life of those affected by these challenges by providing exceptional services. Every member of our team, from the person answering the phones, to the person providing therapy services, to the person managing our medical records, to the person defining the strategic vision of the agency, is considered crucial in helping us fulfill that mission.
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As an employee of Chesapeake Integrated Behavioral Healthcare, you are eligible for all of the benefits of any City of Chesapeake employee including VRS, paid leave, medical and dental coverage, and the employee assistance program to name a few. Read more about the benefits offered to City of Chesapeake employees.