We are currently not hiring for any QMHA positions. We always accept applications for QMHA. We look for bi-lingual providers who speak English and Spanish who can meet all QMHA qualifications. Qualified individuals will become QMHA’s post orientation, training and hiring process.
-Excellent exposure to the mental health field
-Ability to work with children and adolescents
-Work in the community
-Make a difference
Qualified Mental Health Associate (QMHA) - A person who meets the following documented minimum qualifications:
a. Licensure as a Registered Nurse (RN) in the State of Nevada or holds a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in a human, social services, or behavioral field with additional understanding of rehabilitative mental health treatment services, and case file documentation requirements; OR
b. Holds an Associates Degree from an accredited college or university in a human, social services or behavioral field with additional understanding of rehabilitative mental health treatment services, and case file documentation and has four years of relevant professional experience of providing direct services to individuals with mental health disorders; OR
c. An equivalent combination of education and experience as listed in 403.3(a)(b); AND
Whose education and experience demonstrate the competency under clinical supervision to:
1. Direct and provide professional therapeutic interventions within the scope of their practice and limits of their expertise;
2. Identify presenting problem(s)
3. Participate in Treatment Plan development and implementation
4. Coordinate treatment
5. Provide parenting skills training
6. Facilitate Discharge Plans
7. Effectively provide verbal and written communication on behalf of the recipient to all involved parties.
d. Has a FBI background check.
e. Have had tuberculosis tests with negative results documented or medical clearance as outlined in NAC 441.A375 prior to the initiation of service delivery. Documentation of TB testing and results must be maintained in the BHCN, Treatment Home Provider or Independent Mental Health Rehabilitative Provider personnel record. TB testing must be completed initially and annually thereafter. Testing and surveillance shall be followed as outlined in NAC 441A.375, 3.