Director of Pediatric Clinical Therapist, Collaborative Care Model

  • Concert Health
  • Remote
  • Aug 20, 2022
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor

Job Description

Director of Pediatrics

Who We Are:

Concert Health is a mission-driven Behavioral Health Medical Group bringing evidence-based behavioral health services to primary care practices and organizations across the country. Through outcome-driven clinical work, we are making great strides in increasing accessibility to behavioral healthcare for the patients who need it the most. 

Concert Health helps primary care providers deliver exceptional, reimbursable, and integrated behavioral health services to their patients. We provide primary care partners with a comprehensive Collaborative Care solution - therapists as care managers, psychiatric providers as consultants, and the progressive technology needed to treat their patients. Our remote team provides evidence-based interventions to promote accurate diagnoses, symptom reduction, treatment plans, and optimal patient outcomes. 

Who You Are:

We are working with a growing number of Pediatric practices across the country to address the worsening behavioral health crisis and workforce shortage impacting children and adolescents. The Director of Pediatrics will serve as a subject matter expert, providing supervision and training and developing clinical pathways and content in line with best practices and research to support the treatment of this population across the country.

A Day in the Life:

  • Develop and implement training and training content for pediatric care clinicians and psychiatric consultants in line with the Collaborative Care model. Collaborator with clinical leadership across the company to innovate ways to support our clinicians in treating children and adolescents. 
  • Identify evidence-based practices and clinical tools for implementation and use in the care and treatment of the pediatric population; work with clinical leadership to develop workflows and treatment pathways to encourage utilization. 
  • Develop quality metrics, outcome measures, and other key performance indicators for ongoing clinical quality monitoring of pediatric care across the organization.  Identify trends and provide feedback and recommendations to continually improve performance. 
  • Develop and participate in research projects and publications to inform care at Concert and the field as a whole. Stay informed on current research and best practices informing the field for potential collaborations or implementation opportunities.
  • Develop and operationalize specialized supervision for the pediatric population
  • Collaborate around the development of CME content for external pediatric providers 
  • Work with our product and technology team to identify ways to utilize technology to optimize the care and treatment of pediatric patients.


  • State Licensed with a Master’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology or related field required; doctoral degree preferred. 
  • Familiarity and demonstrated competency in multiple electronic health records and/or electronic registry systems. 
  • Evidence of competency and expertise in clinical services for children and/or adolescents, including knowledge of clinical tools (i.e. Vanderbilt for ADHD) 
  • History and working knowledge of research methods, successful peer-reviewed publication history strongly preferred. 
  • Experience in pediatric or family medicine settings, collaborating with other disciplines 

Bonus Points for:

  • Collaborative Care experience


  • Flexible FT schedule.

What We Offer:

  • Competitive salary based on experience and geographic location 
  • Fully remote work environment 
  • Supportive and inclusive culture
  • Excellent benefits package
  • 401K, paid holidays, PTO, and sick time
  • Technology and all the tools you need to succeed
  • Continuing education to keep your skills honed

Come As You Are - You Are Welcome Here 

Concert Health is a diverse and inclusive Equal Opportunity Employer; we prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind in our culture. We are dedicated to providing a safe, equitable, respectful, and supportive work environment to all without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender, national origin, age, pregnancy, disability, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, genetics, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of work, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training. All Concert Health employees are expected to comply with this policy. If you share our vision and are good at what you do, come as you are. You are welcome here.