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Integrated Behavioral Health Supervisor (Portland, OR)

The Integrated Behavioral Health Supervisor will work closely with an interdisciplinary team of clinicians, medical assistants, and support staff to offer low barrier, trauma informed, harm reduction, and high quality health and wellness services to the most vulnerable populations in the Portland metro area. This person will work within a team in the delivery of services breaking the barriers of traditional settings in order to meet patients where they are at and with patients at the center of care. This person provides clinical supervision, leads program strategies, and dedicates about half of the time to serve patients through clinical encounters.

Outside In values diversity in thought, background, and experience. Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), people with disabilities, women or non-binary candidates, and LGBTQ candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Who you are:

  • You are committed to serving the most vulnerable individuals in our community while understanding the complexities of the health delivery system.
  • A creative thinker and problem solver and enjoys an innovative approach to the work.
  • You are self-motivated and committed to lead and deliver high quality clinical services.
  • Your friends and colleagues would describe you as a leader who isn’t afraid to roll up their sleeves and work alongside their colleagues.
  • Being actively anti-racist, culturally competent, and queer competent are things you view as paramount to your personal and professional lives.
  • You are comfortable with being the glue that holds things together, working toward building and maintaining a cohesive team and program while understanding the details that need to be considered to make it all work.
  • You can maintain your composure in a crisis and help others maintain their cool as well.
  • You are a community builder by nature. You view collaboration as key to not only supporting underserved communities but to working with your team, teams across an organization, and community partners and collaborators for the common good.
  • You are comfortable with clearly communicating the needs and expectations of programs and processes to team members and clients while making sure all parties are heard and validated.
  • You work through a trauma-informed lens. 
  • You are a proactive problem-solver and are always on the hunt for processes and procedures that could cause a problem in the future

 …then this could be the role for you! 

Benefits include medical, vision, and dental insurance;  health reimbursement account funded by employer; short and long term disability plan; continuing medical education paid time and allowance; paid time off and holidays; and retirement plan that includes an employer contribution. Outside In is also a National Health Service Corp loan repayment qualified site.

If this sounds like a good match for your experience and future goals, please apply here. We can’t wait to meet you!


  • Current Oregon LCSW required.
  • CADC1 preferred
  • Experience working in a primary care setting preferred.
  • Bilingual Spanish & English highly preferred.
  • Required travel between clinical sites.
  • Must pass background check.


  • Expertise in Integrated Behavioral Health model in primary care settings.
  • Knowledge of Patient-Centered Primary Care model.
  • Expert knowledge of multi-disciplinary approach to physical and mental health and chemical dependency, including Medication Assisted Treatment.
  • Knowledge, training, skills and/or experience in providing services in a highly diverse work environment to a highly diverse and vulnerable population.
  • Demonstrate effective listening, motivational interviewing, harm reduction methods, and narrative skills.
  • Excellent communication skills. Ability to display non-judgmental attitude.


Apply here.

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