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Adolescent Assessment Counselor
We are currently looking for a motivated, conscientious and dedicated Adolescent Assessment Counselor to perform the intake process for our Adolescent department. The Adolescent Assessment Counselor will go into the community, including homes and schools, to conduct intake interviews and assessments; will determine the level of care needed and initiate the treatment process at the Community Health Center by assigning a counselor and scheduling initial appointments; and will also provide case management and/or counseling services needed at time of intake to ensure appropriate care has immediately begun. Although a majority of time will be spent in the community, the Counselor will have their own private office at the Community Health Center, as well as excellent team support and supervision.

Minimum Requirements: MA/MS in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work, or related field. Must be independently licensed in Ohio as an LISW, LPCC, or LICDC. Ability to work weekday evenings is required.  Ability to be on-call is required.  Adolescent and family chemical dependency/mental health experience is strongly desired. Must possess a clean driving record.  Must submit to being fingerprinted and drug screened.

Chief Financial Officer
We are currently looking for an experienced Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to oversee the financial matters of the Community Health Center.  The CFO will be responsible for all fiscal obligations including overseeing the capital structure of the agency, strategic planning and executing appropriate financial initiatives in regards to the day-to-day operation of the agency. As part of the executive team, the CFO will be called on to provide insight and recommendations to the CEO concerning the financial well being and growth of the agency. The CFO must ensure that the Community Health Center remains in compliance with all local, state, federal and funder standards and will prepare all budgets and financial statements for the CEO and board; monitor and recommend employee benefit plans and insurance policies; monitor all contracts; approve expenditures; and oversee the staff payroll, salary budgets and pay increases. The CFO must ensure that appropriate internal accounting processes are in place and well-executed and develop a strong comprehension of the mission of the agency in order to link daily activities of the finance department to the mission.

A successful candidate for this position should have: a Bachelors Degree, a current CPA license and at least 3 years experience in a high level fiscal position. Should have knowledge of financial and computer systems and have experience in non-profit financing and accounting. Must also have excellent interpersonal and communication (both written and verbal) skills, a strong work ethic with a drive to succeed, strong attention to detail, effective organizational skills and the ability to multi-task.

Chief Operating Officer
We are currently looking for an experienced Chief Operating Officer (COO) to be an integral part of the executive management team and participate in long-term strategic planning by developing and overseeing both administrative and operating strategies to attain agency goals. Will work closely with both the CEO and department managers to ensure that steps are being taken to move towards defined objectives.  Will be responsible for the oversight and overall management of assigned programs, the development and implementation of new programs, while ensuring that Community Health Center’s mission is being met with professional integrity.

A successful candidate for this position should have a Bachelors Degree and at least 3 years experience in a high level position.  Must also have excellent interpersonal and communication (both written and verbal) skills, Skill in exercising a high degree of initiative, judgement, discretion and decision-making to achieve organizational objectives, excellent general management, project management and analytical skills, strong attention to detail, effective organizational skills and the ability to multi-task.

Clinical Supervisor of Case Managers
We are currently looking for a Coordinator for our Peachtree Housing unit to lead our team in delivering high quality services in a safe, gender-specific and trauma sensitive environment for women with addictions and their children.  This position will supervise the coordination for the Peachtree case managers and staff, organize and direct the day-to-day activities of the program, including, ensuring exceptional services are being provided while also monitoring and maintaining program productivity and observance of program/agency policies and guidelines.  Will also provide clinical services, crisis management and counseling on an as needed basis. The Coordinator will act as a liaison between project staff and community resident groups, patients, and their families, as well as facilitate and coordinate women, children and infants enrollment into the program.

Minimum Requirements: Master’s Degree in Counseling, Psychology or related field.  Must have a current license from the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professional Board as an LICDC-CS or the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board as a PCC-S or LISW-S. Should have knowledge of and experience with managerial operations, including having strong skills in leadership, supervision, communication and employee development.

Counselor
We are currently looking for a motivated, conscientious professional Counselor for our Adult Outpatient program. The Counselor will provide direct service to patients through both group and individual counseling to help the patient achieve optimal mental, substance abuse, behavioral and emotional health.  Duties include: Provide therapeutic counseling for patients and family members which includes individual, group, family and/or marital counseling; Interview patients and coordinate assessment; summarize and evaluate problems areas and patient strengths; Develop treatment plans; complete appropriate case recording requirements per agency procedure; Provide patient access to individualized treatment; Monitor and facilitate progress through treatment, modify treatment as needed and inform patient of alternate treatment procedures that are available; Participate and present patient cases weekly in clinical supervision meetings and seek additional professional consultation as needed; Prepare discharge summary and aftercare planning according to agency procedure.

Minimum Requirements: Master’s Degree in Counseling, Psychology or related field. Must have a current license from the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professional Board as an LCDC or the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board as a PC or LSW.  Independent license as a LICDC, LISW or PCC preferred.  Must also have excellent interpersonal and communication (both written and verbal) skills, strong attention to detail, effective organizational skills and the ability to multi-task.

LPN
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 Specialist
We are currently seeking a Managed Care Billing Specialist to ensure compliance with third-party payer requirements. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: review claims according to E & M coding standards for accuracy; ensure correct codes are being used as per visit documentation; assist billing with claims review, adjustments, and resubmittal; review paneling requirements for third-party payers; complete staff credentialing with third-party payers; verify payer coverage for clients, determine prior authorization requirements and obtain necessary prior authorizations; and determine third-party payer benefits for clients; foster an environment of exceptional customer service; and follow up on issues to ensure claims and payments are processed, accepted, and rectified in a timely manner.  Must maintain current knowledge of billing and collections requirements. Will work independently under the supervision of the Division Director, with considerable latitude for initiative and independent judgement to make billing processes more efficient and standardized. Should be very knowledgeable in all aspects of medical office operations including billing, coding, and collections.

Minimum Requirements: Must have a high school diploma, Associates or Bachelor’s degree in accounting/finance/business preferred. Must have a minimum of 5 years “hands on” experience in healthcare billing/coding utilizing an electronic healthcare records system. The ideal candidate will have E&M coding and ICD-10 experience and be a medical coding and billing professional. One of the following certifications is preferred: Certified Professional Coder (CPC), Certified Coding Specialist – Physician (CCS-P), Registered Health Information Technologist (RHIT), Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA), Certified Coding Associate (CCA) by American Health Information Management Certification (AHIMA). Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, the ability to multitask, be flexible and able to function well in a fast-paced environment, be extremely efficient and organized and have the ability to manage deadlines, enforce policy, resolve conflict, and the ability to take direction. Must maintain confidentiality and adhere to all HIPAA guidelines/regulations.

Medical Assistant
We are currently looking for a full time Medical Assistant for our Specimen Collection Room. Position will not exceed, but will require 40 flexible hours, Monday through Friday, between 5:00am and 7:00pm. Duties include: urine collection to include monitoring, collecting, documenting, filing, mailing results, stocking supplies and cleaning; assisting physician when needed; and other medical office tasks as requested by supervisor.

Minimum requirements: Must be a Medical Assistant with at least 1 year of experience in a facility that treats mental health patients.  Knowledge and training in de-escalation practices required.  CPR certification required.

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) Counselor
We are currently looking for a counselor to specialize in providing high-quality, evidenced-based counseling services to patients on the Medication Assisted Treatment program in an OTP setting. Duties include: Reviewing diagnostic assessment and treatment recommendations for patients with opioid use disorder; developing a personalized treatment plan; coordinating services with the CHC medical dept; staffing of cases with the multi-disciplinary MAT treatment team; facilitating psycho-educational and therapeutic groups; completing appropriate clinical documentation within CHC policy guidelines; preparing transfer and discharge summaries. Candidate should have AoD clinical experience, preferably with MAT patients.  Must be interested in working with this patient population exclusively, providing MAT education, non-judgmental support, and effective monitoring and treatment.

Minimum Requirements: Master’s Degree in Counseling, Psychology or related field. Must have a current license from the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professional Board as an LCDC or the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board as a PC or LSW. Independent license as a LICDC, LISW or PCC preferred. Must also have excellent interpersonal and communication (both written and verbal) skills, strong attention to detail, effective organizational skills and the ability to multi-task.

All persons considered for employment must submit and pass a drug screen and fingerprint background check.

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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

or via e-mail: hr.asst@commhealthcenter.org

or via fax: 330-208-2136

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