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Bilinguial Dental Call Center Clerk (Part-time)
The Call Center Clerk is responsible for completing several duties simultaneously. The Call Center Clerk will answer telephone calls in a courteous and professional manner; will schedule appointments accordingly and will take messages as needed in a comprehensive and legible manner. The Call Center Clerk is responsible for any information he/she enters into the patient’s computerized chart.  The Call Center Clerk will be trained in a reasonable allotted time, to register new patients in order to schedule IV (initial visit) appointments and must ensure compliance to registry operational standards. This is a 22.5 hour a week position located in Derby, CT This is a benefited position. Bi-lingual Spanish is a MUST Saturday coverage and/or evening coverage, as needed, may be required. (Learn More)

LCSW
Responsible for direct Behavioral Health services delivered to the client. Direct services may include assessment and diagnosis, urgent care, individual, group and/or family therapy. The Clinician is responsible for case related duties, which may include case management, insurance authorization, and disposition planning. May perform oversight activities with Clinician I’s as directed by the Program Director or Assistant Program Director. Must be a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). (Learn More)

Clinician II (Northside)
This masters level (licensed Medicare provider preferred) Behavioral Health Clinician will work full-time as part of an innovative Healthcare Model.  Successful candidate will enjoy working in a Primary Care setting and will become part of both Behavioral Health and Primary care teams. Responsible for direct Behavioral Health services delivered to the client. Direct services may include assessment and diagnosis, urgent care, individual, group and/or family therapy. The Clinician is responsible for case related duties, which may include case management, insurance authorization, and disposition planning. (Learn More)

Clinical Supervisor (Early Childhood/Nurturing Families Network)
The Clinical Supervisor for the Nurturing Families Network Program provides day- to- day supervision, support and assistance to the home visitors. The clinical supervisor is responsible for conducting assessments in the home of potential participants. The supervisor is responsible for screening families and providing educational presentation in the prenatal or pediatric departments. The clinical supervisor reports to the Program Manager/Director and supervises the home visitors. The supervisors is responsible for maintaining the fidelity to the NFN model, confidential family records, facilitating professional development for staff and overseeing caseloads. Master’s degree in social work or in a related social science or human service fieldSummary Minimum of two (2) years working with 0-5 population. Two (2) years’ experience working with families in a home setting, low income and vulnerable families Bilingual (English/Spanish) skills highly desirable. Must be able to work an occasional evening or Saturday, when required. (Learn More)

Physical Therapist (Part-tine)
The Physical Therapist is responsible for providing direct intervention for children with moderate-significant delays in motor (fine/gross) development. The Physical Therapist will support the family and child with obtaining and using assistive technology equipment as appropriate for the child/family. After passing Service Coordination Training, the employee is expected to perform all duties required as a Service Coordinator as mandated by the CT Department of Developmental Services' (DDS) Birth to Three Program or CS-HHC. At least one (1) year of field experience working with young children in the role of a PT. This a 20 hr per week benefit eligible position. (Learn More)

Medical Assistant (Certified; bilingual Spamnish preferred)
Reporting to the Director of Nursing or designee, the Medical Assistant acts as an advocate for patients seeking and receiving care in the Center and interprets the needs and concerns of the patients for other staff members. The Medical Assistant will directly assist the clinical provider during clinical sessions and prepare patients for exams according to specific guidelines. The Med Asst. will float to other departments or sites as required. Must be a certified Medical Assistant. Experience in hospital/clinc setting highly desirable. (Learn More)

Clinician II (Grant Street Partnership)
Looking for LCSW OR LPC for men's recovery program. Grant St. is a 44 bed shelter for those in recovery. Resume must demostrate experience with recovery.
Responsible for direct Behavioral Health services delivered to the client. Direct services may include assessment and diagnosis, urgent care, individual, group and/or family therapy. The Clinician is responsible for case related duties, which may include case management, insurance authorization, and disposition planning. May perform oversight activities with Clinician I’s as directed by the Program Director or Assistant Program Director. (Learn More) 

Registered Nurse (Part-time)
The Registered Nurse is responsible for guiding and supervising assigned nursing personnel in delivering patient care. The RN will collaborate with nurses, physicians, and other health care professionals in the delivery of patient care. Assume responsibility for management of a selected case load of patients as defined by the clinical practice area. MUST HAVE DEMONSTRATED  2+ YEARS OF CURRENT RN EXPERIENCE IN AN ACUTE CARE OR CLINIC BASED SETTING. (Learn More)

Registered Nurse (Infectious Diseases)
The Registered Nurse is responsible for guiding and supervising assigned nursing personnel in delivering patient care. The RN will collaborate with nurses, physicians, and other health care professionals in the delivery of patient care. Assume responsibility for management of a selected case load of patients as defined by the clinical practice area. Must have 1+ years of current RN experience working with the Infectious Disease population in an acute care or clinic based setting. Public Health/Community Health experience strongly preferred. Bilingual Spanish preferred. (Learn More)

Senior Financial Analyst
The Sr. Financial Analyst is responsible for performing timely and accurate submittal of all assigned grant/contract financial expenditure reports. The Sr.Financial Analyst will accurately reconcile general ledger expense accounts with general ledger budget/financial reports. He/she is responsible for monitoring the budget for each grant.  Responsible for the preparation and analysis of department variance reports. Responsible for the preparation of monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reports. Ensures timely implementation on all cost reporting matters. Must have a degree in Accounting and a CPA as well as 5+ years of demonstrated finance and budget experience in a healthcare setting. (Learn More)

  

 

 

 

 

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