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Human Resources Manager (Full Time), Community of Hope
Our award-winning Talent Management team plays an important role in supporting the organization’s continued growth and development and ensuring that we remain one of the top workplaces in Washington, DC.  We are actively seeking an experienced human resources professional to manage the day-to-day human resources operations of our (170+ employees) growing organization. The HR manager will report to the VP of Talent Management, and manages a team of three Talent Management Specialists.  Click here for more details.

Grants Accountant, La Clinica del Pueblo
The La Clinica del Pueblo is searching for a Grants Accountant for its Finance Department. The talented individual will be responsible to ensure compliance with sponsoring agency regulations. Develops procedures, interacts with program staff and outside entities, performs general accounting related specifically to grants/contracts ensuring compliance with grantor and laws. Prepares internal and external financial, budgetary and accounting reports of considerable complexity requiring independent judgment, initiative, and extensive knowledge of the organization, accounting, and policies and procedures of the various federal, state and local government agencies.  Click here for additional details.

Patient Revenue Coordinator, La Clinica del Pueblo
The La Clinica del Pueblo is searching for a Patient Revenue Coordinator for its Finance Department. The talented individual will be responsible for accounting for all patient revenues brought in by La Clinica’s third party billing company and received on site. Additionally, s/he will have specific responsibility for billing and creating claims for substance abuse services and will liaise with the interpreter corps and the interpreter services department regarding payment processing and claims processing for interpreters.  Click here for more details.

Quality Manager (Full-Time), Community of Hope
Position Summary:  The Quality Manager is accountable directly to the Chief Medical Officer.  The position is responsible for oversight of the Quality Management program. This position will also serve as the Project Manager of various grants and proposals directly related to clinical outcomes.  Click here for more information.

Health Services Finance Manager (Full Time), Community of Hope
Position Summary: The Health Services and Finance Manager provides support in the monitoring of the day-to-day functions and performance of patient billing and revenue collections and manages grants reporting function for all Health Services contracts and grants. The Health Services and Finance Manager is also responsible for ensuring that all financial information related to Health Services income is complete and accurate.  Click here for more information.  

Director of Nursing, Unity Health Care
The Director of Nursing is primarily responsible for administering the nursing program in the clinic to maintain standards of patient care. This includes, but not limited to, advising medical staff, department heads, and administrators in matters related to nursing services; developing standards of care for nursing staff in relationship to DC and/or correctional health policies in collaboration with the Health Administrator, if applicable. Required Education/Required Training: Bachelor’s degree in Nursing/Masters preferred. Licensed or eligibility as RN in DC. CPR certification. Required Experience: Minimum of 5 years clinical experience with supervisory experience. Minimum of 5 years’ experience in acute care/ambulatory care. Experience working with underserved or homeless populations preferred. EOE

Physician-Family Practice, Unity Health Care
The Physician-Family Practice is primarily responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases, counseling, and continued comprehensive health care of UHC patients, as appropriate. Required Education/Required Training: Graduate of an accredited school of Medicine. Licensed or eligibility as an MD in DC, a DC Controlled Substance Number, and a Federal DEA Number, Dispensing certificate, CPR certification and other applicable statuses which addresses the provision of medical and medically related services in DC. All Licenses held must be current and retained in good standing. Required Experience: Minimum 2 years’ experience (post Board eligibility requirements) in a position where clinical experience was gained, one of which training and/or experience in a related administrative position was done in a similar health service organization. Must have a minimum of at least 2 hospital privileges in the District of Columbia. -Bilingual- Spanish/Amharic and Community Health Center experience a plus . NHSC scholars and loan re-payers encouraged to apply. EOE

Medical Director, Unity Health Care
The Medical Director is primarily responsible for coordination of the daily activities of the various disciplines of the organization’s health center team and serves as the liaison between Unity and the community. This includes, but not limited to, the daily operations of a clinical site, including direct supervision of all personnel working at the designated site. Required Education/Required Training: Graduate of an accredited school of Medicine, residency school and CDS licenses required. Licensed or eligibility as an MD in DC, a DC Controlled Substance Number, and a Federal DEA Number, Dispensing certificate, CPR certification and other applicable statuses which addresses the provision of medical and medically related services in DC. All Licenses held must be current and retained in good standing. -Bilingual- Spanish/Amharic and Community Health Center experience a plus. EOE

Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist, Unity Health Care
The Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist is responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of mental health disorders, counseling, and continued health care of UHC child, adolescent, and adult patients, as appropriate.  By the very nature of the profession, the level of assignment will call for a maximum degree of knowledge, professional judgment, and ingenuity.  Obtains clinical histories. Performs full range of Psychiatric services to include:  examination, evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of patients including family education and therapy if indicated. Determines tests needed, and orders and interprets clinical and laboratory results. Assists in the development of comprehensive and therapeutic treatment plans for an assigned caseload and provides direct services based on established treatment. Evaluates psychotropic medication needs of patients and recommends the appropriate treatments to patients with treatment consent obtained from parents or guardian when appropriate. Manages on-site crisis intervention.

Community Health Worker, Mary’s Center (January, 2014)
A Community Health Worker’s (CHW) role is to support the clinical activities supervised by the RN Care Coordinators to ensure coordinated care and support for CCIN participants. Responsible for the recruitment of and outreach to CCIN participants. Outreach activities will be conducted in homes, hospitals, and neighborhoods. Connect identified adults in need of health and social services to their Primary Care Provider at each respective clinic. Perform assignments related to the service goals and objectives of the program as contracted.

Other Job Postings

Grant Writer, Providence Health Foundation
Providence is seeking an experienced Grants Writer to join as a full-time member of its successful fundraising team.  Reporting to the Director of Grants, the Grants Writer will research potential funders, write proposals, and prepare timely and accurate reports to private, corporate and government funders.  The Grants Writer should be an excellent communicator, orally and in writing, as well as a strategic thinker who can collaborate with senior physicians and administrative staff to develop compelling proposals.

Director of Grants, Providence Health Foundation
The Director of Grants coordinates the Foundation’s grants program from private, corporate and government sources and in this capacity serves as the liaison with local, regional and national funders, with the Foundation’s Board and Providence Hospital management. She/he directs grant writers and managers to identify fundable projects, conduct research, write and submit all grant proposals. He/she provides required oversight for grant award management.

 

 

 


 

 

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