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Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy is a nonprofit with a 25-year history of commitment to its mission of disseminating CBT (Cognitive Behavior Therapy) and serving as the source for CBT excellence. Our employees form a high-energy, high-performing work team, and one with no silos; instead, our solution-focused approach harnesses the power of team excellence and problem-solving. Our embrace of the learning curve permits a freedom of thought and effort that informs our work, ultimately allowing us to do what we do best: improve the mental health of countless individuals, worldwide.

Beck Institute offers a competitive and comprehensive benefits package which may include: Medical, Dental and Vision insurance (100% employer-sponsored and at no cost to the employee); Flexible Spending Accounts for healthcare and/or dependent care expenses; Life, AD&D insurance, and Short Term Disability insurance; 401K Retirement Plan with company contribution; generous PTO and Company Holidays; Paid Parental Leave; Tuition Reimbursement; Professional Development; Employee Assistance Program.

At Beck Institute, we work hard, deliver on our promises, value a healthy work/life balance, and say ‘yes’ to opportunity. Our current growth mode has us seeking skilled and committed, like-minded individuals who will share in our organizational culture and vision. If this is you, we hope you will consider joining us as we make a difference on a global scale.


Operations Assistant

Position Type: Full time, Non-Exempt
Reports To: Operations Director
Salary: $39,000 with an excellent benefits package

Description:

The Operations Assistant will assist the Operations team by supporting our human resources processes, risk management and compliance initiatives, physical equipment and systems maintenance, and may assist with special projects and perform other duties as requested.

Specific Duties:

  • Serve as liaison with medical benefits broker regarding routine medical benefit questions or claim status
  • Serve as liaison with corporate insurance brokers on organizational insurance policy renewals, updates, claims, and COI and Additional Insureds requests
  • Post job opportunities, track applicants, schedule, document, and participate in job interviews, and draft offer letters, as directed
  • Process onboarding and offboarding paperwork and employment verifications. Maintain personnel files
  • Update employee handbook and all HR policies and procedures as directed. Communicate new/revised policies and procedures to staff, as requested.
  • Communicate all staffing changes to Finance team, including but not limited to changes in pay rates, scheduled hours, status, or contact information
  • Review all benefits invoices for accuracy. Contact vendors to correct any inaccuracies.
  • Facilitate the review process for all incoming and outgoing contracts and agreements. Track and advance the communication between the Director of Operations, internal departments, legal counsel, and customers and vendors, as necessary.
  • Schedule and track individual staff completion of all annual and periodic trainings as required by organization, department, and position
  • Successfully complete all annual and periodic organizational trainings, as required. These trainings may include but are not limited to legal, cybersecurity, and regulatory compliance training
  • Solicit and track competitive vendor bids, as requested. Conduct due diligence when vetting new vendors.
  • Attend monthly staff meetings
  • Other duties, as assigned

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education and experience
  • At least two years’ experience in an administrative or operations role, preferably in a non-profit environment
  • Demonstrated problem solving
  • Self-directed, energetic, motivated and able to adapt to an ever-evolving environment
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

To Apply:

Please send a current curriculum vita and a letter of interest to: Operations Director, Julie Snow Regan – jsnowregan@beckinstitute.org

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE


Assistant Director of CBT Programs

Position Type: Full time, Exempt
Reports To: Director of CBT Programs

Description:

The Assistant Director of CBT Programs, under the supervision of the Director of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) Programs, will support the mission of our non-profit Institute through the management and guidance of our CBT Training Initiatives and CBT Clinical Programs.

Specific Duties:

In support of CBT Training initiatives:

  • Supervise the Training Programs Manager; assist with creating timelines and work plans for training engagements as needed; ensure overall CBT training deliverables are met; lead training team meetings as needed.
  • In consultation with the Director of Finance, develop and manage training program budgets.
  • In consultation with senior staff, write, edit, and evaluate educational content, including for our online courses.
  • Review, improve, and update curricula and related materials based on current research and develop new curricula on an ongoing basis for all programs.
  • Provide consultation and supervision services on behalf of the Institute under various agreements with individuals and organizations.
  • Enhance the Supervision Program to include improved delivery of supervision services and strategic data collection and analysis.
  • Gather and evaluate outcomes for existing and new training programs.
  • Participate in the recruitment and retention of faculty members who provide CBT training, consultation, and supervision services on behalf of the Institute.
  • Provide clinical consultation and supervision in CBT to distance learners and in-house trainees of the Institute as part of the Supervision Program.
  • Conduct CBT webinars and in-house and off-site presentations and contribute to the design and delivery of CBT online programs.
  • Contribute to the development of new training initiatives by providing insights, for example, on best practices, training trends, client satisfaction, and training outcomes.
  • Keep informed of latest teaching and training research, technologies, platforms, trends, industry standards and best practices.

In support of CBT clinical operations:

  • Supervise clinical staff; in collaboration with the Director of Operations, draft clinic policy, operational protocol, and ensure continued regulatory compliance.
  • Provide CBT to 1-2 clients.
  • Analyze client feedback with the goal of improving clinical operations.
  • Lead the Institute’s case conferences
  • Participate in the Clinic Operations meetings

In support of CBT outreach initiatives:

  • Represent the Institute at professional and academic conferences, symposia, and industry events.
  • Contribute CBT articles for social media, our newsletter and blog, and other channels.
  • Some travel, evening, and weekend work.
  • Other duties, as assigned.

Requirements:

  • Master’s degree in a mental health profession; doctoral degree preferred
  • Demonstrated proficiency in CBT
  • At least five years of experience in training or teaching CBT and clinical supervision
  • At least three years of experience supervising junior staff
  • At least three years of experience in an administrative oversight capacity.
  • Licensed or license-eligible in Pennsylvania

To Apply:

Please send a current curriculum vita and a letter of interest to: Operations Director, Julie Snow Regan – jsnowregan@beckinstitute.org

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE


Staff Clinician

Position Type: Full time, Exempt
Reports To: Assistant Director of CBT Programs

Description:

The Beck Institute Staff Clinician will engage in direct clinical care and training of mental health and health professionals in CBT.

Specific duties:

  • Provide direct clinical services for a wide range of mental health disorders to greater or fewer than 20 patients weekly based on the Institute’s needs, to include: assessment, treatment, and consultation
  • Create and conduct synchronous and asynchronous in-house, off-site, and/or virtual training for mental health and health professionals, paraprofessionals, community groups, and other groups and organizations
  • Conduct supervision, consultation, and session ratings for mental health and health professionals, paraprofessionals, and other groups and organizations
  • Attend the Institute’s case conference, clinic, staff, and other meetings,
  • Represent the Institute at professional and academic conferences, symposia, and industry and other events
  • Writing duties, as assigned
  • Research duties, as assigned
  • Ancillary reading, as assigned
  • Other duties, as assigned

Requirements:

  • PhD or PsyD in Clinical or Counseling Psychology
  • Expert knowledge of CBT
  • At least three years’ experience providing clinical CBT
  • At least three years’ experience providing professional training in CBT
  • Excellent written, interpersonal, and communication skills
  • Fluent in Microsoft Office
  • Licensure
  • Some travel, evening and weekend work is required

To Apply:

Please send a current curriculum vita and a letter of interest to: Operations Director, Julie Snow Regan – jsnowregan@beckinstitute.org

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE


Beck Institute provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, gender identity, veteran status, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Beck Institute complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

Applicants have rights under Federal Employment Laws