Jan 11, 2019

Office Manager

  • Center for Anxiety
  • 3692 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, USA
Postdoc Business/Management Clinical Community

Job Description

We have an opening for an Office Manager within our Brooklyn location, which is an ideal training opportunity for a clinical psychology grad school hopeful (e.g., recent college grad, post-bac, or a student finishing up a degree part-time). In addition to providing great exposure to real-world applications of CBT/DBT to a broad range of presenting problems, our students have opportunities to get involved in our on-site research program and build the research section of their CVs. Over the past 5-years, 90% of our students have gotten into their top 1-3 choices for graduate school. Please spread the word. Application information is below.

The Center for Anxiety™ invites applications for the position of a Office Manager. This is a full-time position (40 hours/week; 2080 hours/year), starting on or before February 1st, 2019, based in our Brooklyn location. The Office Manager will serve as a first point of contact by telephone and e-mail for prospective patients and their families; be in charge of billing and invoices; conduct telephone screens and effectively communicate information about our clinical services to determine the feasibility of treatment within our program; take charge of office responsibilities such as scanning intake forms, mail, and stocking supplies; schedule and assign new intakes to Center for Anxiety™ clinicians; manage and control phone and email correspondence with current patients, referral sources, and others in a timely and professional manner; assist with scheduling of sessions and any other issues related to the provision of services; manage clinicians’ calendars by scheduling patients for sessions as needed; serve as a liaison between clinicians and active patients to implement and enforce office policies and address concerns; attend to the specific administrative and other non-clinical needs of patients with high needs; and triage clinical emergencies and priorities as they arise. The Office Manager will also help our office maintain a high quality of clinical care by administrating our clinical-research protocol by distributing and ensuring completion of electronic questionnaires by patients, and monitoring high risk patients to prevent and address clinical crises. Additional duties will include producing weekly, monthly, and quarterly reports for review by management and other administrative tasks from time-to-time. Alongside these responsibilities, the Office Manager may have opportunities to participate in our regular educational and training programs; play a role in the provision of clinical services by observing treatment sessions, co-facilitating psychotherapy groups, assisting with the provision of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy; and participate in research, as is appropriate to his/her capabilities and level of interest. Interested candidates should have a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Psychology or a related field and send a cover letter, Curriculum Vitae and names of at least 2 references to the attention of Liz Bocanegra and David Braid via email (info@centerforanxiety.org).


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