Medication Manager

Job Description and Requirements

We are growing!

We are seeking qualified individuals interested in helping us build this new service with us. Candidates should be passionate about, and dedicated to, assisting individuals through their mental health challenges. This includes meeting with and evaluating clients and their symptoms/struggles as well as evaluating the appropriateness of medication. The goal is to appropriately provide medication management for our clients to help them better manage daily life and continue in working toward their mental health goals. 

Qualified individuals should have an existing knowledge-base in providing this service as well as be passionate about working with us to grow this service to be as effective, appropriate, and supportive as all other services we offer. Most importantly, we consider it very important to grow for the right reasons, with the right people..

We are a very communicative, compassionate, supportive, and transparent team. We are willing and eager to learn how we can continue to serve the communities we care so much about. If you are interested, please consider letting us know. We'd be excited to sit down together.


  • Provide psychiatric evaluation and medication care to patients with various mental health conditions (obtaining or preparing patient histories and performing physical examinations). 
  • Conduct assessments and develop individualized medication care plans. 
  • Prescribe medications and meet regularly with clients as well as the client's care team to monitor the effectiveness of said medications.
  • Assisting in the development and implementation of a treatment plan in accordance with written clinical practice guidelines and protocols set forth by agency.
  • Assessing clients' appropriateness for dosing, dose level adjustments, phase level adjustments, and changes to client treatment plans.
  • Monitor client's mental status and report any changes or concerns to the team. 
  • Collaborate with other healthcare professionals to provide comprehensive client care. 
  • Educate patients and their families about mental health conditions, treatment options, and coping strategies. 
  • Assist in crisis intervention and de-escalation techniques as needed. 
  • Refer clients for additional relevant and appropriate services if/when necessary.
  • Attend weekly treatment team meetings, as well as outside seminars and training.
  • Maintain basic understanding of drug/alcohol abuse and addition to help reduce instances of dependency on prescribed medication; maintain current knowledge of drug abuse and treatment, especially current trends in Opioid Maintenance Treatment (make referrals to treatment centers when necessary and appropriate).
  • Meet Pride Mental Health attendance standards and be present and ready for work at the beginning of work schedule.



  • Valid Idaho Nurse Practitioner License and registration.
  • Maintain current DEA License.
  • Maintain and provide documentation of renewal on or before licensure expiration dates.
  • Previous experience in psychiatric nursing is highly desirable.
  • Strong knowledge of psychiatric medications, therapies, and interventions.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work effectively as part of a multidisciplinary team.
  • Compassionate and empathetic approach to patient care.
  • Strong problem-solving and critical-thinking abilities.
  • High integrity.
  • Sound judgment.
  • Accurate data entry skills with knowledge of basic computer/word processing.


*Please note that the specific responsibilities and qualifications may vary depending on the needs of the clients as well as our ongoing attempts to best understand the requirements, duties, and requirements to provide this service, as it is new to us as a team.

If you are passionate about helping others and are dedicated to providing high-quality care to individuals with mental health conditions, we encourage you to apply. Join our team of compassionate professionals and make a difference in the lives of those in need.


Pay and Benefit Details

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time. 

Salary: Negotiable 

Benefits: Competitive Pay, PTO program (start accruing at 90 days), Reimbursement rates for documentation related tasks (not typically offered at other agencies), Flexible Part-Time & Full-Time hours available, Excellent Team Support and Communication, and more. 

Medical Specialties: Psychiatry/Behavioral Health

Hours: Flexible Hours (starting one day per week and building up from there). 

Work Setting: Clinic, In-person/In-Office, Outpatient, Telehealth 

License/Certification: Licensed to evaluate and prescribe behavioral health medication (Required)