We are currently looking for a full time Billing Representative to work in our busy methadone clinic, Monday through Friday. The schedule will be Monday 9:00am-5:30pm, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8:00am-4:30pm and Wednesday from 8:30am-5:00pm. The Billing Representative’s duties will include: customer service, intake admissions, work claim denials, process corrected claims, work validations reports, log EOB adjustments and payments, ensure reimbursement of highest allowable revenue per contract, send documentation upon request to facilitate claim adjudication, claim adjustments, follow-through on claim status, problem solving, account reconciliation, self-pay liability calculation, statements, data entry, etc.
Minimum Requirements: High School Diploma or equivalent, at least 2 years in similar position. Must have strong computer skills with knowledge of modern office practices, procedures and equipment and be detail oriented. Must have experience in all facets of Medicare, Medicaid and insurance billing (electronic). Must have customer service experience with diverse clientele.
We offer a unique program that provides childcare for our patients for brief periods while they utilize our services. We are looking for two part time, Float Childcare Workers to provide a safe play environment that encourages learning through exploration and curiosity, strengthens the development of social, intellectual, and communication skills; and reinforce the importance of total family wellness.
Childcare Workers are responsible for providing child care services which include coordinating safety and cleanliness, quality care, appropriate toys, equipment, and activities within the child care program, and develop and implement structured activities for infants, toddlers and/or school age children. Qualified candidates will have a positive, nurturing attitude, creative ideas, and knowledge of Developmentally Appropriate practices.
Requirements include: High School Diploma, Degree in Early Childhood, Child Development or CDA preferred; training in First Aid, CPR, Communicable Disease, and Child Abuse/Neglect preferred; must be at least 18 and submit to being fingerprinted and drug screened. Must be willing to work a flexible schedule between the hours of 8:00am and 8:00pm with some evening shifts.
Housing Case Manager
We are currently looking for a Housing Case Manager to work with our tenants in Summit County. The housing case manager is expected to work one-on-one with residents to facilitate linkages to supportive services such as: transportation, child care, legal services, life skills, health and mental health and other services to help them remain in permanent housing. Case managers should also have the ability to assess residents’ skills and challenges. An Individualized Training and Services Plan must be created for each resident. Case managers should also be familiar with established organizational partnerships for high quality referrals to community based services that are provided by other providers, in areas such as domestic violence counseling. The ideal candidate will also have knowledge of fair housing laws and practices, experience in training, counseling and have an outgoing but no-nonsense demeanor.
Minimum requirements: A degree in Social Work is preferred or at least three years’ experience as a Case Manager will be considered.
We are currently seeking a full time LPN for our Outpatient Program to work from 5:00am until 2:00pm, Monday through Friday and every other weekend from 5:00am until 10:30am. Duties include: administering methadone and following up with patients; administration of direct nursing care; charting; EKG’s; blood draws; setting the physician up; and collecting urine samples.
Minimum requirements: Graduate of certified LPN program, current Ohio LPN license, and current CPR certification.
Managed Care Billing Manager
Exciting new opportunity for experienced Managed Care Billing Professional! Established Akron non-profit looking to immediately fill a full time position. Should have experience in third party billing to include coding, claims review, adjustments, and resubmittals. Looking for an individual who can work in a high paced environment and is able to multi-task and prioritize. Must have education and certification in line with position.
Excellent salary and benefits.
We are currently seeking a Nurse Practitioner to provide medical services to include: overseeing the patient’s diagnosis, treatment and prevention of illnesses and/or injury; review and adjust patient medication as needed; provide coverage for Chief Medical Director; as designated, will be on call and available for consultation with other staff members; responsible for supervision of medical assistants and medical office manager; provide medical personnel with direction concerning patient care and prevention; and complete charting in compliance with all laws and regulations. Will perform physical exams, preventive and primary care services, services for acute illnesses, and evaluate and promote patient wellness.
Minimum requirements: Must be licensed and in good standing in Ohio as a Nurse Practitioner, have the ability provide patient care to include: Prescribe drugs and Schedule II through V (within scope of practice) controlled substances and dispense scheduled drugs; Provide all services in collaboration with our Chief Medical Director. Must be experienced in addiction medicine, including medication-assisted treatment. AANPCB certified. Should comprehend coding and billing of services provided. Must demonstrate strong leadership and organizational skills along with the ability to suggest or recommend hire, fire, advancement, promotion or other changes in status.
We are currently looking for a full time Receptionist. The Receptionist will be the initial point of contact for patients, visitors and staff. The responsibilities include general receptionist and clerical duties to facilitate the efficient functioning of the office. Will be responsible for letting visitors in our secure facility, greeting each guest politely and promptly while signing them in and directing them to the proper area, answering questions, answering phones, maintaining a neat and orderly front desk and waiting room and performing a variety of complex secretarial duties to administratively support staff.
Minimum Requirements: High School Diploma or equivalent, experience in a similar position and the ability to type 45 wpm accurately with excellent spelling and grammar abilities. Must have excellent customer service and people skills and the ability to work with a wide variety of personality types. Must be an excellent multi-tasker with superior coordination skills, as well as the ability to work in an environment where constant interruption occurs. Self-confidence and mature work ethic is required. A willing attitude and flexibility is necessary as priorities might change abruptly. Should have strong computer skills including Microsoft Office, specifically Word and Excel.
We are currently looking for a part-time Recovery Coach/Peer Supporter to provide support and advocacy to individuals enrolled in CHC programs. The Recovery Coach will be a strong source of encouragement and guidance, helping patients work on life goals such as work, education and personal relationships. Will assist with referrals and linking patients to the appropriate community services. Will maintain logs, reports, records and databases. Will provide transportation for patients to meetings and appointments.
Must have a High School Diploma and be a Certified Recovery Coach/Peer Supporter. Must be able to work evenings and weekends. Must be professional and flexible with the ability to work independently. Must have excellent interpersonal, time management and organizational skills. Current Ohio driver’s license, clean driving record.
We are currently looking for full time and part time Residential Aides for our residential facilities. The facilities are staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays, weekends, overnight, etc. and we are looking for individuals to cover all shifts. Will be responsible for: Monitoring and directing the activities of residents to ensure that they follow house rules and Community Health Center policies and procedures; Providing case management and transportation for Residents to and from scheduled appointments or activities; Assisting with nightly security procedure; Providing Residents crisis intervention when necessary; Appropriately document shift activities and residents behavior in residential log book.
Minimum requirements: Ability to work evenings, weekends and holidays, High school diploma, BA with CDCA preferred, experience with drug and alcohol recovery process, and clean driving record. Meets CHC requirement to not be restricted from exposure to medication by any governing body. Training in First Aid and CPR preferred.
All persons considered for employment must submit and pass a drug screen and fingerprint background check.
Please send your resume along with the names and addresses of 3 references to:
Community Health Center / Attn: Human Resources
838 Coburn St. / Akron, Ohio 44311
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or via fax: 330-208-2136
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