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ADMINISTRATION

Job Title:  Senior Accountant

Reports To:  Chief Financial Officer

 

Areas of Responsibility:  Responsible for assisting the CFO in monitoring the activities of the organization’s fiscal activities, including the maintenance of accounts, financial statements, cash flow, and investments; Provide financial information and statements to internal and external users; Supervise Finance Staff; Help oversee the efficient operations of department systems and programs; Provide guidance and leadership on compliance with the organization’s accounting policies and procedures and GAAP.

 

Major Duties:

1. Supervise the work requirements of the staff in the finance office and oversee the general operations of the finance department.

2. Monitor and oversee the tasks of the finance department personnel for timeliness, compliance and accuracy.

3. Review daily transactions including Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable; oversee general ledger.

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5. Complete approval and processing for monthly dental insurance claims and premiums payments.

6. Complete transfers between bank accounts timely and accurately.

7. Provide a daily bank balance of the main bank account to CFO and Executive Director; review bank statements and reconciliations prior to obtaining approval from the CFO; project cash flow.

8. Prepare annual audit information

9. Participate in monthly meetings with Program Directors and Program Managers to discuss monthly financial reports.

10. Monthly review asset and liability accounts to reconcile the balances.

11. Assist with the preparation of the indirect costs proposal.

12. Prepare audit work papers, financial statements and footnotes.

13. Prepare agency budget work papers and update annual budget projections as directed by CFO.

14. Oversee the preparation of the 1099’s.

15. Oversee Fixed Asset Records; coordinate fixed asset physical inventory for all program directors according to value and schedule.

16. Oversee program cost allocation spreadsheet for proper reporting of expenses.

17. Design, implement and monitor fiscal internal control systems.

18. Perform the necessary duties in the absence of the CFO.

19. Assist in the development and update of the finance department policies and procedures.

20. Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Supervises:  Staff Accountant, Accounting Specialist, Payroll Clerk, Billing Coordinator, and Accounts Payable Clerk and Interns

 

Working Conditions:

• General office environment:  Work is generally sedentary in nature, but may require standing and walking for up to 10% of the time.

• Lighting and temperature are adequate, and there are no hazardous or unpleasant conditions caused by noise, dust, etc.

• Work with standard office equipment.

• Normal monthly, quarterly and annual timelines for completion of accounting activity presents average stress for an accounting office.

• Able to attend meeting and training sessions in and out of the area.

 

Physical Requirements:

• Must be able to work with clients, vendors, and other employees;

• Must regularly talk, hear and have close vision ability;

• Ability to bend, stoop, squat, crouch, push and pull file drawers ;

• Fine manipulation of the hands with repetitive action;

• Operate office machines, printers, computers, adding machines;

• Occasionally lifting and carrying up to 20 pounds

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

Grade: 11

1. Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from an accredited college or university and two years relevant experience in accounting.

2. Two years’ supervisory experience.

3. Training or experience in the non-profit sector helpful.

4. Must be bondable with a valid driver’s license, good driving record and insured vehicle.

5. Age 21 or above

6. Computer knowledge/experience with Microsoft Office programs and accounting software required (MIP Accounting software preferred). Advanced Excel experience required.

 

Grade: 12

1. Meet the minimum qualifications above;

2. Four years’ experience in accounting.

 

Grade: 13

1. Meet the minimum qualifications above;

2. Six years’ experience in accounting.

Or specialized training

 

 

 

Community Health Services

COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP OF WESTERN NEBRASKA

Child Development Program

Job Description

 

Job Title: Bilingual Family Advocate

Reports to: Family Development Coordinator

 

Areas of Responsibility: Build a partnering relationship with parents of enrolled children in order to support family growth in a variety of family development areas.  In accordance with Dept. of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Family (ACF) Head Start Performance Standards.

 

Major Duties:

1. Recruit and complete intake forms on eligible children and families by doing door-to-door outreach in the assigned areas and by maintaining close communication and cooperation with other local and regional agencies and organizations serving migrant and seasonal families and children to insure that every eligible child is enrolled.

2. Respects and responds appropriately to the culture, language, values and family structures of each family served.

3. Support and strengthens the parent-child relationship and supports families as the primary nurturers of their children through parent education at parent meetings, home visits, newsletters and written information reflective of the parents' interest and needs related by parent survey.

4. Develop and maintain a team approach with program staff so that family services activities are coordinated and integrated throughout the program.

5. Responsible for doing home visits with each individual family to build a respectful relationship and to have a broad understanding of every family in the program.

6. Work with the families in mutually respectful goal-oriented partnerships to develop and implement the Family Partnership Agreement, including providing assistance to families through referrals, goal setting, problem solving, and support; monitor and document family’s progress.

7. Promote and support children’s regular attendance through educating parents on the benefits of regular attendance, following up on attendance concerns, and developing strategies with families and the center to improve children’s attendance.

8. Facilitates networks and group activities that support family’s strengths, interests and needs through parent meeting, policy council, parent cafés and other groups.

9. Foster and develop communication and relationships between families that is in a positive and proficient manner.

10. Advocate with and on behalf of families by becoming the family’s liaison to program and community services as appropriate.

11. Support children and families in making successful transitions by providing them with appropriate information, training, and connections to future early care and educational settings and kindergarten.

12. Performs effective recordkeeping and internal reporting tasks to track individual family progress and program progress using standard forms and ChildPlus Software program

13. Maintain standards of confidentiality regarding program, children, families and staff.

14. Translate and interpret oral and written information to and from families.

15. Model positive regard for program in the community.

16. Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Working Conditions:

• 30% Office/Center environment

• 30% Home environment

• 20% Training or meetings

• 20% Travel

• May work some evenings and weekends for parent and community meetings, training, family crisis, and home visits.

 

Physical Requirements:

• Must complete health physical upon entry to program and yearly health screenings.

• Must be able to make visits in home situations.

• Must be able to lift up to 20 pounds.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

Grade 7:

1. Must be 21 years of age.

2. High school equivalency (GED).

3. Valid Driver’s license with good driving record and insured vehicle.

4. Ability to speak, read and write in Spanish.

5. Ability to obtain Family Service Credential within 18 months of hire.

 

Grade 8:

1. Meet the minimum requirements above;

2. Two years’ experience in case management or a Family Service credential.

 

Grade 9:

1. Meet the minimum requirements above;

2. AA in Social Work, Human Services, Family Services, Counseling or related field.

 

Grade 10:

1. Meet the minimum requirements above;

2. BA in Social Work, Human Services, Family Services, Counseling or related field.

 

 

Job Title: MSHS Teacher Aide

Reports to: Teacher

 

Areas of Responsibility: Assist in the implementation of the education and parent involvement objectives in accordance with Dept. of Health and Human Services Administration for Children Youth and Families (ACYF) Head Start Performance Standards and state licensing.

 

Major Duties:

1. Assist teacher in the implementation of program curriculum, development appropriate practices and maintaining a safe, healthy and nurturing education environment that ensures a quality child development program for infants and toddlers.

2. Assume responsibility for the daily operation of classroom in the teacher’s absence.

3. Assist in the effective use and maintenance of materials, supplies, equipment, facilities and grounds.

4. Act as bus monitor when necessary.

5. Provide child care at parent meetings, conferences, etc. as requested.

6. Maintain standards of confidentiality regarding children and families.

7. Translate communication between teacher, child and family, using family’s primary language, when appropriate.

8. Respectful interactions with parents and community.

9. Regular communication and information sharing with teacher.

10. Recruit eligible children for the program to ensure full enrollment.

11. Encourage community involvement and support for the program.

12. Participate and contribute to a quality program through team meetings and goals and program assessment.

13. Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Working Conditions:

• Classroom environment 90%

• Paperwork, planning and training 10%

• Will work some evenings and weekends for meetings and training.

• Occasional out-of-town travel for training.

 

Physical Requirements:

• Must complete health physical upon entry to program and yearly health screenings.

• Must be able to move about, getting up and down from floor play with children.

• Must be able to lift 50 lbs.

• Physically able to perform job.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

Grade: 1 (Step 2)

1. High School Equivalent

2. Age 18 or above.

3. Must obtain a Child Development Associates credential within 12 months of hire.

4. Valid driver’s license with good driving record and insured vehicle available.

5. Basic level of computer knowledge.

6. Experience in working with families from various ethnic backgrounds is preferred.

7. Current CPR and First Aide card or must be able to acquire within three months.

 

Grade: 2 (Step 3)

1. Meet the minimum requirements above;

2. Current Child Development Associates credential.

 

Grade: 3 (Step 3)

1. Meet the minimum requirements above;

2. AA in Early Childhood.

 

 

Job Title: Assistant Cook

Reports to: Cook

 

Areas of Responsibility: Assist in preparing meals for children, staff and volunteers in accordance with Dept. of Health & Human Services and Child & Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).  Maintain kitchen following the proper health and sanitation guidelines.

 

Major Duties:

1. Assist in preparation and service of meals for children, staff and volunteers

2. Arrange efficient, timely and sanitary delivery of food to classroom staff.

3. Wash and sanitize dishes for classrooms and make available to staff prior to mealtimes.

4. Follow daily, weekly and monthly cleaning schedules to uphold required health and safety standards

5. Assist in completing paperwork and record keeping of nutrition component.

6. Be able to take over the Head Cook responsibilities in his/her absence.

7. Assist in maintaining food service equipment in working condition.

8. Maintain confidentiality regarding program, children, families and staff.

9. Communicate in a positive and proficient manner.

10. Participate and contribute to support a quality program through participating in team meetings, training and program assessment.

11. Model positive regard for program in the community.

12. Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Working Conditions:

• Kitchen environment 95% and meetings/trainings 5%

• May work some evenings and weekends for meetings or trainings

 

Physical Requirements:

• Must complete health physical upon entry to program.

• Must be able to lift 50 lbs.

• Must be able to operate and maintain kitchen equipment.

• Physically able to carry and lift food totes.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

Grade: 1 (Step 2)

1. Must be 18 years of age.

2. High school equivalency (GED).

3. Experience in food sanitation, food safety and serving nutritious foods.

 

Grade: 2

1. Meet the minimum requirements above;

2. Three years’ experience or specialized training.

 

 

Job Title: Teacher Aide

Reports to: Teacher

 

Areas of Responsibility: Assist in the implementation of the education and parent involvement objectives in accordance with Dept. of Health and Human Services Administration for Children Youth and Families (ACYF) Head Start Performance Standards and state licensing.

 

Major Duties:

1. Assist teacher in the implementation of program curriculum, development appropriate practices and maintaining a safe, healthy and nurturing education environment that ensures a quality child development program.

2. Assume responsibility for the daily operation of classroom in the teacher’s absence.

3. Assist in the effective use and maintenance of materials, supplies, equipment, facilities and grounds.

4. Act as bus monitor when necessary.

5. Provide child care at parent meetings, conferences, etc. as requested.

6. Maintain standards of confidentiality regarding children and families.

7. Translate communication between teacher, child and family, using family’s primary language, when appropriate.

8. Respectful interactions with parents and community.

9. Regular communication and information sharing with teacher.

10. Recruit eligible children for the program to ensure full enrollment.

11. Encourage community involvement and support for the program.

12. Participate and contribute to a quality program through team meetings and goals and program assessment.

13. Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Working Conditions:

• Classroom environment 90%

• Paperwork, planning and training 10%

• Will work some evenings and weekend for meetings and training.

• Occasional out-of-town travel for training.

 

Physical Requirements:

• Must complete health physical upon entry to program and yearly health screenings.

• Must be able to move about, getting up and down from floor play with children.

• Must be able to lift 50 lbs.

• Physically able to perform job.

 

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

Grade: 1 (Step 2)

1. High School Equivalent

2. Age 18 or above.

3. Must obtain a Child Development Associates credential with 24 months of hire following program design.

4. Valid driver’s license with good driving record and insured vehicle available.

5. Basic level of computer knowledge.

6. Experience in working with families from various ethnic backgrounds is preferred.

7. Current CPR and First Aide or must be able to obtain in three months.

 

Grade: 2 (Step 3)

1. Meet the minimum requirements above;

2. Current Child Development Associates credential.

 

Grade: 3 (Step 3)

1. Meet the minimum requirements above;

2. AA in Early Childhood.

 

 

Job Title:  CSFP Supervisor

Reports to:  Director of Community Bridges

 

Areas of Responsibility: Certification of clients for eligibility and participation in Commodity Supplemental Food Program, food distribution, inventory and monthly reports.  Coordinate warehouse volunteers.

 

Major Duties:

1. Oversee CSFP warehouse activities including food deliveries, sanitation, monthly stock rotation, and proper disposal of damaged inventory.

2. Maintain ongoing inventory of food; file all CSFP records and reports to appropriate agencies.

3. Contribute information and insight to aid yearly grant writing efforts; develop objectives; and targeted goals and work with Program Director on annual program budgets.

4. Assist clients with completion of CSFP application, including eligibility determination.

5. Document client correspondence regarding appointments, eligibility and termination.

6. Be responsible for the supervision of food packages for all CSFP distribution sites.

7. Coordinate and schedule volunteers.

8. Coordinate Home Based Delivery with Office on Aging.

9. Coordinate and develop CSFP satellite clinic sites.

10. Provide outreach through coordinated efforts with community agencies and programs by speaking, and promoting the local CSFP program.

11. Train, supervise, and evaluate all CSFP staff.

12. Maintain program policies and procedures as required by grant-making agencies and for program operation.

13. Coordinate inventory process of food pantry.

14. Operate fork lift, as time allows.

15. Acquire knowledge of programs to assure ability to answer questions.

16. Attend staff training sessions and/or meetings as required.

17. Attend training as requested.

18. Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Working Conditions:

• Warehouse work 50%, 50% training, meetings, and community interaction

• Frequent travel to satellite sites

• Work is frequently stressful and requires ability to meet tight deadlines

• The noise level in the work environment is usually above average

 

Physical Requirements:

• Repetitive lifting of up to 60 pounds

• Physically and mentally able to perform above duties

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

Grade: 7

1. Associate’s degree in the areas of Human Services, education, social work or related field or three years of administrative experience

2. Two years of inventory management duties or client certification experience

3. Position requires proficient oral and written communication

4. Requires ability to select and interpret appropriate guidelines or procedures, which may be vague and/or complex

5. Must be emotionally mature, stable, tactful and able to provide professional leadership and supervision

6. Basic computer skills required

7. Age 21 or above

8. Valid driver's license, good driving record and insured vehicle

9. Able to travel outside of service area

10. Available at times for irregular working hours

 

Grade: 8

1. Meet minimum qualifications above;

2. Five years administrative experience

 

Grade: 9

1.  Meet minimum qualifications above;

2.  Specialized training or advanced degree

 

 

Clinical Health Services

Job Title: Outreach and Enrollment Manager

Reports to: Clinic Director

 

Areas of Responsibility: Provide outreach and public education on the health insurance Marketplace Exchanges.  Assist consumers in Marketplace Exchange eligibility and enrollment process.  Supervise Outreach and Enrollment Specialists.

 

Major Duties:

1. Supervise Outreach and Enrollment Specialists.

2. Provide training, oversight and expertise to all assigned Outreach and Enrollment Specialists.

3. Provide monthly reports regarding application and enrollment statistics for the assigned service area.

4. Educate and inform individuals about the availability of the Marketplace Exchanges, Medicaid, Medicare and Nebraska Economic Assistance.

5. Assist in eligibility and enrollment in the Marketplace Exchanges for individuals, families and small businesses.

6. Provide referrals to internal and external resources for enrollees as needed.

7. Provide education via community presentations and coordinate with other CAPWN programs and outside agencies to recruit potential enrollees.

8. Follow up with potential enrollees and applicants to ensure program enrollment.

9. Initiate contact with potential enrollees and small businesses through outreach activities to community agencies, community gatherings, neighborhoods, shelters, and other appropriate venues.

10. Provide budgetary oversight and decision making to Outreach and Enrollment Specialists.

11. Travel regionally to provide outreach to community members in CAPWN service area

12. Participate in required state and federal trainings related to the Marketplace Exchanges.

13. Coordinate New Patient Orientation with Customer Service Manager.

14. Coordinate insurance verification with Billing Manager.

15. Maintain confidentiality of enrollee information and provide a supportive and understanding environment for all enrollee interactions.

16. Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Supervises:  Outreach and Enrollment Specialists

 

 

Working Conditions:

• Office 30%, 70% training, meetings, and community interaction

• Work must be completed with minimal supervision and requires self-motivated individual.

• Extensive travel within service area.

 

Physical Requirements:

• Ability to bend, stoop, squat, crouch and pull file drawers

• Fine manipulation of hands with repetitive action

• Operate office machines

• Occasional lifting and carrying of up to ten pounds

• Must regularly talk, hear and have close vision ability

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

Grade: 7

1. Associate’s degree in the areas of Human Services, education, social work or related field and one year experience in a human service program.

2. One year of supervisory or management experience.

3. Experience with Federal Grants preferred.

4. Microsoft Office and Internet-based navigation computer experience in a work setting.

5. Proficient in verbal communication and in maintaining written documentation.

6. Age 21 or above.

7. Valid driver’s license with good driving record and insured vehicle available at all times.

 

Grade: 8

1. Meet the minimum qualifications above;

2. Bachelor’s degree in the areas of Human Services, education, social work or related field.

 

 

Job Title:      Telephone Receptionist

Reports To:   Customer Service Manager

 

Areas of Responsibility: Represent the agency in a positive manner through telephone and personal contact with program participants, staff, and the general public; provide support to Guest Service Manager and department staff.

 

Major Duties:

1. Answer a multi-line telephone system timely and efficiently and showing exceptional courtesy to all callers.

2. Determine needs of caller and refer to appropriate staff and/or to other community resources.

3. Schedule patient appointments according to availability on schedule.

4. Record and relay messages via the Electronic Medical Record system.

5. Expedite voice mail.

6. Send, receive, log-in and distribute faxes to appropriate departments.

7. Maintain a positive attitude towards clients and staff.

8. Maintain high level of confidentiality of records and all forms of communication.

9. Acquire knowledge of programs to assure accurate responses to questions.

10. Perform clerical duties as assigned.

11. Enter data for spreadsheets, databases and perform word processing as assigned.

12. Adhere to CAPWN policies and office procedures.

13. Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Working Conditions:

• Public interaction 90%, 10% training, meetings, and community interaction

• Work is frequently stressful and requires ability to meet tight deadlines

• Work is highly volatile, with many interruptions and interactions

• Flexible work hours as needed.

• Long periods of sitting in a chair.

• The noise level in the work environment is usually above average

 

Physical Requirements:

• Ability to bend, stoop, squat, crouch and pull file drawers

• Fine manipulation of hands with repetitive action

• Operate office machines

• Occasional lifting and carrying of up to ten pounds

• Must regularly talk, hear and have close vision ability

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

Grade 8:

1. High School Diploma or GED.

2. Ability to communicate effectively in English and in Spanish

3. Typing speed 30 w.p.m. and/or Data Entry at 9,000 Keystrokes/Hour.

4. One year experience as receptionist or similar office/clerical duties.

5. Experience in operation of multi-line telephone system.

6. One year computer experience in data entry and word processing.

7. Age 21 or above

8. Valid driver’s license with good driving record and insured vehicle available.

9. Ability to deal positively with the general public.

10. Physically and mentally able to perform required duties.

 

Grade:  9

1. Meet minimum qualifications above;

2. AA degree in business or related field with one year of experience of office procedures and data entry or three years Customer Service Representative experience, preferably in a health clinic setting.

 

Grade:  10

1. Meet minimum qualifications above;

2. AA degree in business or related field with two years experience in office procedures and data entry or five years Customer Service Representative experience; preferably in a health clinic setting.

 

 

COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP OF WESTERN NEBRASKA

Health Programs

Job Description

 

 

Job Title:  Laboratory Personnel

Reports To:  Director of Nursing (DON)

 

Areas of Responsibility:  Performs Laboratory testing on infant, adolescent and adult population; maintains lab proficiency and requirements.

 

Major Duties:

1. Play an active role in patient care using the provider led, team-based Patient Centered Medical Home Care Model

2. Utilize the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) to assist in the delivery of quality care and to track patient’s on-going care.

3. Functioning as an integral team member, assist the medical provider in the provision of care, helping put patients at the center of the health care system, and assist with providing primary care that is “accessible, continuous, comprehensive, evidence-based, family-centered, coordinated, compassionate, and culturally effective.”

4. Act as patient advocate and practice effective patient communication; assist in case management, patient population management, and test tracking as well as supporting patient care by coordinating services with both community resources and other Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska (CAPWN) program areas.

5. Maintain a positive and professional attitude, striving to openly communicate with co-workers and patients, breaking down communication barriers when necessary.

6. Function as the testing personnel for the daily operations of the laboratory following policies and procedures to ensure acceptable levels of analytical performance are met.

7. Maintain phlebotomy skill to include venipunctures, capillary draws, and arterial punctures.  As required draw blood specimens from patients following standard operating procedures for identification of patients, specimen collection, labeling and handling.

8. Adhere to laboratory’s quality control policies and procedures, documenting all quality control activities, instrument calibration and maintenance.

9. Follow laboratory’s established corrective action policies and procedures whenever test systems are not within the laboratory’s defined acceptable level of performance.

10. Recognize and respond to abnormal test results and follow established policies of notification and documentation of these abnormal test results.

11. Capable of identifying re-analytical, analytical, and post-analytical problems that may adversely affect test performance or reporting of test results.  Notify the provider and/or DON(Director of Nursing) of the problem.

12. Maintain Lab proficiency and perform to fulfill CLIA requirements.

13. Maintain the laboratory equipment with outside contractors as needed.

14. Fulfill requirements of CAPWN lab directorship under contract with Regional West Medical Center lab.

15. Assist in the collection of statistical data.

16. Become knowledgeable of community and CAPWN’s resources.

17. Attend staff meetings, training’s, and workshops or classes as needed.

18. Honor confidentiality in provision of all services including written and/or oral reports.

19. Promote programs and CAPWN in a positive manner within the Health Center and the community.

20. Participate in ongoing QA/QI (Quality Assurance and Quality Improvement) activities.

21. Perform other duties as assigned.

 

Working Conditions:

• Clinic environment 90%, 10% training, meetings, and community interaction.

• Well-lit, temperature-controlled clinical setting, with standard medical and office equipment available.

• Work is frequently stressful and requires meeting tight deadlines.

• Work in a highly volatile program in a state of change with many interruptions and interactions.

• Must be able to work irregular hours, some weekends and evenings and out of town training.

• The noise level in the work environment is above average.

•  Frequent contact with water (hand washing and cleaning),

• Exposure to biohazardous fluids, vapors, fumes, moving mechanical parts, electric shock, patient exposure, hazardous chemicals, sharp instruments (needles).

• Must be able to tolerate wearing gloves (latex or vinyl) and other projective gear such as face shields and fluid resistant coats.

 

Physical Requirements:

• Ability to frequently bend, stoop, squat, walk and pull drawers.

• Manual dexterity sufficient to operate office and medical equipment.

• Must regularly talk, hear and have close vision ability to record and communicate appropriate documents and records.

• Occasionally lifting and carrying up to 20 pounds.

 

Minimum Qualifications

 

Grade: 3

1. High School diploma or GED

2. Minimum of two (2) years experience in phlebotomy, must be proficient in phlebotomy skills

3. Current CPR certification

4. Age 21 or above.

5. Valid driver’s license with good driving record and insured vehicle. Physically and mentally able to perform duties this includes but not limited to ability to bend over patients for purpose of collecting specimens, physically able to manipulate blood draws, able to lift up to 50 lbs and/or carry objects weighing up to 25 lbs.

6. Must be able to visually assess patients for collection of specimens.  Must be able to listen and understand written and oral communication by staff and patients.  Must be able to discern the difference in colors as required to perform laboratory procedures

7. Available to work irregular work hours including evenings

 

Grade: 4

1. Meet the minimum qualifications above;

2.  Phlebotomy certification by ASCP or other accrediting agency.

3.  Two (2) years phlebotomy experience.

 

Grade: 5

1. Meet the minimum qualifications above;

2. Medical laboratory technician certification by a recognized certifying agent or eligible for registry as a Medical Laboratory Technician.

3.  Two (2) years phlebotomy experience.

 

 

 

 

Job Title: Clinic Director

Reports to:   Chief Executive Officer

 

Area of Responsibility:  Overall leadership, planning, and management for all facets of the CAPWN Clinic (Medical, Dental and Behavioral Health) ; development and management of program budgets in collaboration with Chief Financial Officer; maintain responsibility for internal and external communications representing CAPWN Clinic programs with approval of the Chief Executive Director.

 

Major Duties:

1. Supervision of key senior Clinic management personnel as indicated by organizational chart. Encourage team management and problem-solving and positive feedback for individuals, units and all Clinic programs.

• Assist Human Resources with recruiting and hiring adequate staff for programs.

• Develop and/or schedule staff training that enhances program compliance and encourages professional growth.

• Utilize coaching and disciplinary procedures as necessary for staff under direct supervision

 

2. Program management, planning and budgeting:  Direct the department management team in overall management, planning and budget activities, within Board policies including:

• Development of long and short range planning and budget recommendations for both internal and external purposes.

• Monitoring of Clinic and specific health related programs progress against both internal and external expectations (plans, budgets, quality assurance).

• Management of all Clinic program activities and development of procedures, protocols, policies, and staffing patterns to carry out organizational plans and goals.  This includes recruitment, training, development, assignment, and evaluation of staff.

• Ensure that Clinic obtains adequate funding through a variety of appropriate sources and manage programs within the guidelines of these funding sources and parameters of those budgets.

• Develop and expand, where appropriate, Clinic’s ability to receive third party pay for provided services; involve the Clinic in “managed care” as it evolves and as appropriate to the mission and activities of CAPWN.

• 2. Functioning as an integral team member, work to keep patients at the center of the health care system by ensuring care that is accessible, continuous, comprehensive, evidence-based, family-centered, coordinated, compassionate, and culturally effective

• Be cognizant of community needs and develop programs as guided by the mission and role of CAPWN.

3. Agency Collaboration: Work closely with Chief Executive Officer and CAPWN department directors in collaborating on health and human services activities within the policies established by the Board of Directors.

4. Community Collaboration: Engage in community partnerships and collaborative efforts that increase and maintain program visibility.

5. Other duties as assigned.

Supervises and Guides:  Health programs management team

 

Working Conditions:

• Office 70%, 30% training, meetings, and community interaction.

• Work requires ability to meet tight timelines.

• Work in a fast-paced program with many interruptions and interactions.

• The noise level in the work environment is average.

• Some evening and week-end hours.

• Frequent out of town travel.

 

Physical Requirements:

• Ability to bend, stoop, swat, crouch, push and pull file drawers.

• Fine manipulation of hands for repetitive action.

• Operate office machines.

• Must regularly talk, hear and have close vision ability.

• Occasionally lifting and carrying up to 25 pounds.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

Grade 9:

1. Education and Experience:

a. Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or Health Administration, Public Administration, or related area; with 5 years supervisory experience; and 5 years’ experience in community programs, non-profit, or related experience OR

b.  Master’s degree in Nursing or Health Administration, Public Administration, or related area; with 2 years supervisory experience; and 2 years’ experience in community programs, non-profit, or related experience

2. Age 21 or above.

3. Valid driver’s license and good driving record and insured vehicle.

4. Experience with diverse cultures and educational backgrounds.

 

Grade 10:

1. Meet the minimum (1a OR 1b) qualifications above;

2. Two years’ experience in managing a health care facility, public health program, or related programs of similar focus and budget

 

Grade 11:

1. Meet the minimum qualifications above;

2. Four years’ experience in managing a health care facility, public health program, or related programs of similar focus and budget

 

Grade 12:

1. Meet the minimum qualifications above;

2. Greater than seven years’ experience or specialized training.

 

 

 

Job Title:  Migrant Health Outreach Worker

Reports to:  Migrant Health Manager

 

Areas of Responsibility: Promote access of migrant and seasonal farm workers to Migrant Health services and assist with clinic flow.

 

Major Duties:

1. Promote Migrant Health and facilitate accessibility for migrant and seasonal farm workers which may include transportation, to provide interpretation and translation services.

2. Become knowledgeable regarding local community agencies and services provided and to act as resource for clients.

3. Schedule appointments with providers and make referrals to other services;

4. Follow up on missed appointments.

5. Provide health education related programs and materials to clients.

6. Enter client data into health center data base, assisting in maintaining client tracking system; maintaining all required documentation in client files.

7. Complete & Submit reports in a timely manner.

8. Work cooperatively with other agencies and programs in service area

9. Maintain client confidentiality.

10. Provide General clerical duties input data, complete statistical data records, audit and monitor vouchers

11. Perform other duties assigned.

 

Working Conditions:

• 50% office environment with clients and with the public

• 50% Outreach in  the community and clients

• Work is frequently stressful and requires meeting tight deadlines.

• In and out of town travel.

 

Physical Requirements:

• Requires periods of typing and sitting at desk.

• Fine manipulation of hands with repetitive action.

• Operate office equipment.

• Occasional lifting and carrying up to 20 pounds.

• Must regularly talk, hear and have close vision ability

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

Grade: 6

1. High school diploma or GED.

2. Proficient in communicating in Spanish and English.

3. Age 21 or above.

4. Must have a valid driver’s license with good driving record and insured vehicle.

5. Physically and mentally able to perform duties.

6. Available to work irregular hours and weekends.

 

Grade: 7

1. Meet the minimum qualifications above;

2. Three years’ experience in outreach and client referral or related area.

 

 

 

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Fax: + 308.635.0264

 

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