Job Postings

LPN
The Licensed Practical Nurse  is responsible for giving clinical support to providers and providing clinical and supervisory assistance to nursing staff. The LPN I will advocate for patients seeking and receiving care. Must have 2+ yrs of current eperience in an acute care hospital or a clinic setting. Must have demostrated supervisory experience. (Learn More)

Payroll Clerk
The incumbent will work along side the Payroll Manager to ensure the timely and accurate processing of CS-HHC’s payroll in a manner that is consistent to statutory laws and regulations and the financial objectives and policies of CS-HHC. Collects and reviews all CS-HHC timesheets. Calculates and processes employees’ pay, tax and benefits. Creates and updates staff records, answers queries and prepares end-of-year returns. Minimum of an Associate’s Degree is required. Minimum two (2) years of payroll experience. Previous experience in an automated Payroll Department is desirable. (Learn More)

Clinician II (SCRC)
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 II (SCRC)
The Registered Nurse II at SCRC is responsible for the nursing oversight and responsibilities for assigned shifts. The RN II will perform basic nursing skills and direct services, assist in management of nursing staff, perform triage assessments, and collaborate with the medical team regarding admissions. T
he RN II in acute care performs assessments on each client during their shift, administers medications to patients in detox, performs CIWA and COWS assessments on each client, and oversees activities of the technicians assigned to them. (Learn More)

LPN II (SCRC)
The Licensed Practical Nurse II (LPN II) at SCRC is responsible for assessing clients in acute care and methadone maintenance (MMP) and administering medication to them. The LPN II works directly with the RNI and RN II to ensure nursing components of the organization are appropriately coordinated. He/she assumes the responsibility of providing clinical and administrative leadership. (Learn More)

Detox Technician II
The Detox Technician II is responsible for facilitating/coordinating technician staff on all scheduled shifts, reporting technician staff needs to senior staff and is a liaison between the technicians and Nurse Manager/Program Director. Assumes the responsibility of initiating Triage Paperwork, readings and Urine Toxicology on clients in acute care and triage. The Detox Technician II will obtain vital signs on clients in acute care and triage. (Learn More)

Certified Medical Assistant
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 Medical Assistant, will float to other departments or sites as required. The Certified Medical Assistant will be responsible for vitals,patient care,blood draw, utilization of resources,management of patient records using Centricity, EKG's, referrals, pre-authorizations, urine dipstick, room clean-up/prep, front office responsibilities, obtaining patient results and other responsibilities to ensure department needs are met. The incumbent must be a self starter and able to work in a team collaborative for patient wellness outcomes. Must have one (1) year of experience as a Medical Assistant in a doctors office, clinic, or hospital setting. (Learn More)

Grant Writer
The Grant Writer is responsible for the writing and submission of grant proposals that support the health center’s programs and initiatives.  The Grant Writer reports to and works closely with the Development Manager, Grant Programs & Research and others throughout the organization to write and ensure timely submission of all grant applications.  This position also is responsible for the administrative activities associated with grant submissions including maintenance of files, filing of historical copies and the tracking of submissions.  This position requires strong writing skills, excellent time-management and project management skills and excellent communication skills. The desired candidate MUST have demonstrated 1-2 years of grant writing experience. (Learn More)

Triage RN (Bilingual Spanish)
This individual will be responsible for timely, efficient, and accurate triage response and documentation according to nursing standards & protocol. Under direction and supervision of a physician, evaluates patient needs, performs triage, and administers prescribed medications. Assists physician with examinations and treatments. Instructs patients in health measures and self-care. Provides treatment and other patient services within their scope of practice in the ambulatory care setting. Previous Urgent Care/Emergency Room/Triage experience strongly preferred. Must be bilingual Spanish. (Learn More

Registered Nurse (Detox/Triage)
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. Minimum of one (1) year experience in an acute care or clinical bases setting required. (Learn More)

Nurse Manager (Detox/Triage/Behavioral Health)
The Nurse Manager is responsible for directly managing CS-HHC sites and department areas (i.e. Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, etc.). Demonstrates nursing knowledge through consistent application of the nursing process by diagnosing and treating human responses to actual potential health problems. The Nurse Manager will lead and supervise assigned nursing personnel in delivering patient care. Collaborates with nurses, physicians and other health care professionals in the delivery of patient care. Assumes responsibility for management of a selected case load of patients as defined by the clinical practice area (each unit could be different). The preferred candidate will have demonstrated experiece with the dual diagnosis population as well as triage and a minimum of five (5) years experience as a nurse in an Acute Care settfing. Supervisory experience is required. (Learn More)

 

 

 

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