Seeking Independent Contractor in a beautiful office in Eagan

Posted: November 27, 2019


Contractor opening: Licensed Psycho-therapist. 18 plus hrs a week

Company: Dr Brecke Counseling Group

Location: Eagan, MN

Dr. Kristy Brecke, DMFT, LPCC, is expanding her practice. She is looking for a contractor to work under her as her practice has expanded to the point that referrals are coming in much faster than she can keep up with. She also just moved into a beautiful new space in centrally located Eagan. The suite is shared with other professionals in the wellness field who are more than happy to cross refer. The qualified candidate will have a minimum of 2-4 yrs experience as a licensed behavioral health professional (LP, LPCC, LICSW, LMFT). Ideal candidate is already credentialed with major insurance carriers. She is looking for an individual that enjoys working independently, is passionate about the work, self-motivated, enjoys diversity and is interested in serving children, adolescents, and adults or a combination of several of the demographics. The qualified candidate needs to have flexibility to work a few evenings a week based on the contracts with the insurance company. The provider who enjoys autonomy will choose their own days and hours. We provide marketing, electronic billing, electronic record keeping in an EHR software system. The office will be fully furnished. Contractor provides their own business ID as a sole proprietor or LLC, liability insurance, web-site, business cards and lap-top. If you are looking to work in a beautiful office with fun, professional office-mates, please apply.

Send cover letter and resume to Dr. Kristy Brecke at her email: [email protected]

Interviews will be set up after December 15th. Thank you for your interest.

 

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