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ORAL SURGEON (2377-200)
For the past 20 years American Family Dentistry (AFD) has been operating within the state of Tennessee. AFD is an established group practice with locations in Memphis, Nashville, and Seymour, Tennessee as well as in Southaven and Olive Branch, Mississippi. AFD is poised to grow even more with new locations opening in early 2015. Our Oral Surgery program has grown significantly over the past 18 months with much more potential in our future. AFD is looking for a full-time Oral Surgeon to join our team of skilled doctors. Our Germantown location is well-equipped with a very strong Oral Surgery referral history. We are committed to providing affordable quality patient care with the best clinical support to best serve our patients. We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefit package including a 401k with employer match, health, life & professional liability insurances and a professional work environment.



MGR SECURITY & TRANSPORTATION
Facility Presence Resurrection Medical Center Department SECURITY Schedule Full-time Shift Day shift Hours 8:00am - 4:30pm Location Chicago, IL Req Number 134983 Job Details MANAGER OF SECURITY & TRANSPORATION SECURITY DEPARTMENT Position Status: Full-Time, benefits eligible Shift: Day shift Weekends: No Work Hours: 8:00am 4:30pm On Call: Yes Location: Presence Resurrection Medical Center 7435 West Talcott Avenue Chicago, IL 60631 Summary: The Security/Patient Transportation Manager is responsible for the planning, organizing, implementing, directing and monitoring of activities necessary to maintain a safe and secure environment for hospital employees, patients, visitors and physicians and to protect the assets of the Resurrection Health Care system. Essential Duties include: - Provides cost-effective and efficient management of the Security Department through the ongoing development, review, evaluation and improvement of departmental staff, procedures, policies, goals and job descriptions. - Management of the hospital campus transportation system (i.e. Campus Shuttle Services). - Establishes and manages departmental duties and tasks, insuring adequate personnel coverage to effectively provide necessary services. - Investigates all incidents/complaints/unusual circumstances in a timely manner and provides assistance, direction and guidance in their resolution. Will report all patient care related findings as required to the Patient Safety committee. - Monitors budget during fiscal year to insure that costs are within stated budgetary guidelines, keeping outside services and overtime costs at a minimum. - Coordinates release of information (Security/Patient Incident Reports) to Corporate Security Director, Division VP, Risk Management, Department Directors and the CEO per established guidelines. Screens information requests from outside agencies and refers to Director and/or Risk Management, as necessary. Seeks administrative advice for major incidents when necessary. - Maintains up-to-date knowledge of accreditation and other regulatory agency requirements and ensures acceptable departmental compliance on an ongoing basis for the department. This summary represents the major duties, responsibilities, and authorities of this job, and is not intended to be a complete list of all tasks and functions. Other duties may be assigned. Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Education and/or Experience: - High School diploma or equivalent, Bachelors degree preferred - 1-3 years of experience at a managerial level in hospital security operations - PSTN 12 - part Security Officer Certification (within 90 days of employment) - PSTN 8 part Security Supervisor Certification (within 180 days of employment) - Defensive Driving Course review (within 90 days of employment) - CPR/AED Certification (within 180 days of employment) - Monadnock expandable baton certification (within 90 days of employment) - Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) certification (within 90 days of employment) - Handcuffing certification (within 90 days of employment) - Capture Shield certification (within 90 days of employment) - NIMS IS 100, 200, 700 and 800, FEMA certification (within 180 days of employment / promotion) - Violent Patient Management Certification. - Must have a current/valid Illinois drivers license and must be insurable by RMCs insurance carrier - Must have or be able to obtain a current/valid Illinois Firearm Owners Identification card (within 90 days of employment / promotion - Proficient computer skills in Microsoft Windows, Outlook, Word, Excel, Power Point and Access. Additional Requirements: - Must be accessible on a 24 hour basis, or in his/her absence, appoint a designee to lead operations. The operating hours for this department are 24/7, 365 days a year. This position will be required to carry a pocket pager/cell phone for access outside of normal business hours. - Must maintain a neat appearance and act professionally. - Must have a personal contact phone number. EOE of Minorities/Females/Vets/Disability PI87691914



CT TECHNOLOGIST AT ST. ELIZABETH HOSPITAL - PER DIEM (18169)
Job Summary: Utilizes computerized tomography (CT) scanners to produce cross-section images of patients? internal organs and tissues for the diagnosis of medical issues in compliance with proper safety procedures and protocols. The incumbent interprets a physician?s scanning instructions, administers contrast materials, prepares and operates the CT scan equipment and positions the patient to capture the appropriate images. Works also includes: 1) maneuvering equipment and patients, 2) providing basic patient care, 3) submitting accurate and timely imaging, patient history documentation, and case charging and 4) supporting the department?s initiatives related to patient and employee satisfaction. The incumbent performs a variety of technical procedures that require independent judgment, initiative, and ingenuity in order to apply prescribed ionizing radiation for radiologic diagnosis. The incumbent is also accountable for: 1) keeping abreast of FHS standards, protocols and procedures relating to the CT function, 2) keeping CT skills current, 3) demonstrating evidence of continuing education to include department meetings, individualized learning opportunities from radiologist and related classes. Essential Duties: Executes all diagnostic CT studies operating equipment to include, but not limited to General Electric CT scanners, and workstation, Macintosh G3 computer, and associated patient care equipment. Follows formal protocols for all work assignments; explains procedure(s) to patient and responds to questions. Completes assigned examinations including filming, jacket retrieval and location of old images Delivers patient care for all age groups of patients requiring CT services, acting as a liaison between the patient and the radiologist. Performs basic activities in regard to patient care; responds to emergency situations while delivering patient care Consults with nursing floor regarding changes in patient?s condition; documents in-patient charts with patient care notes and completes incident forms for the time patient is in the CT suite. Provides for patient comfort and protection from radiation sources by utilizing appropriate procedures/accessories; consults protocol manual for scanning parameters to ensure unnecessary exposure is reduced and patient dose is kept as low as possible. Performs incidental office duties necessary to maintain a timely and complete patient record. Enters patient data in existing computer database. Records applicable exam codes and supplies used on billing sheet. Performs Quality Assurance audits and activities as assigned. Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services. Patient Population Served: Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department?s defined specific populations served.



OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST



REGISTERED NURSE - OPERATING ROOM (FULL-TIME, NIGHTS)
The Clinical Nurse is a competent registered nurse in this institution and will deliver nursing care to patients of varying age groups by utilizing the nursing process and nursing practice standards. The Clinical Nurses use Nursing Practice Competencies to intervene to achieve safe, optimal patient and family centered care health outcomes; Leadership Competencies to coordinate patient care and communicate with the Care Team; Professional Profile Competencies to develop professionally as a life-long learner, and Practice Outcomes Competencies to evaluate care based on evidence, the ULH quality model, and patient safety goals. The Clinical Nurse demonstrates competency caring for complex patients and participates on the Care Team to improve the quality of care in the clinical area. POSITION ACCOUNTABILITIES Delivers outstanding service to our internal and external customer by advocating for customers preferences; maximizing communication and partnering with peers and customers; acting to obtain feedback, problem solving and change; demonstrating zest through integrity, punctuality, appearance, and style. 1. Conducts systematic, continuous and comprehensive assessments of patient health status from admission or encounter to discharge across the care continuum to ensure patient safety, collaborating with the healthcare team, patient and family. Care addresses all aspects of the individual and family, including age, gender, spiritual, cultural, physical, psychosocial and patient preferences. Proactively uses safety surveillance to prevent adverse outcomes. 2. Independently administers medications per licensure authority, assesses and reassesses the effects of these medications, and documents administration in a timely manner per policies, procedures and regulatory requirements. Consistently adheres to patient safety guidelines regarding all aspects of medication administration. 3. In collaboration with patient and family, plans care using current scientific knowledge, theory, and care standards within the nursing interventions and outcomes framework and national patient safety goals. Constructs individualized, age specific plans for optimal patient and family outcomes, as appropriate to the practice setting. Incorporates data from the multi-disciplinary Care Team into the plan of care to assure continuity and appropriate patient teaching. 4. In collaboration with patient and family, identifies and prioritizes patient problems based on subjective and objective assessment data, patient safety considerations, patient and family goals and preferences, and nursing interventions and the medical plan of care. 5. Implements nursing care interventions to meet patient and family center health care needs. Demonstrates competent skills, appropriate clinical judgments and chain of command to promote patient safety and reach planned care goals and outcomes. 6. Competently and consistently assesses, conducts and evaluates the outcomes of patient and family teaching, from admission, or episode of care, to discharge. Teaching reflects sensitivity to age, learning needs and cultural background. 7. Evaluates care by performing regular and systematic reviews of patient /family responses to interventions; revises the multi-disciplinary plan of care in collaboration with other care Team members to promote desired outcomes. Recognizes care variances and takes steps to prevent or intervene with potential or real adverse events to promote safe care. 8. Serves as an advocate for the patient and family, demonstrates respect for their rights, responsibilities, and sensitivity to their preferences. Prepares the patient and family for discharge; obtains feedback to promote positive patient satisfaction outcomes. LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES 1. Exercises informed judgment at the competent level of practice, assuming responsibility and accountability for patient care assignments, demonstrating appropriate priorities for care and commitment to patient, family, and the Care Team. 2. Works collaboratively, with appropriate monitoring and delegation, with unlicensed, assertive healthcare providers, per regulatory and legal requirements, to assure safe patient care delivery. 3. Actively participates as a collaborative member of the healthcare team by communicating constructively using core behavioral standards. Identifies clinical and interdepartmental problems, resolving conflicts appropriately on behalf of the care team and patients. Demonstrates ability to give and receive peer review and feedback, Incorporating this into his or her practice. 4. May act in the role of relief Charge Nurse when the unit need arises. PROFESSIONAL PROFILE COMPETENCIES 1. Maintains professional competency through continuing education, licensure and professional activities; demonstrates valuing life-long learning. 2. Demonstrates professional conduct and appearance, and is accountable for actions and outcomes. 3. Orients new members of the healthcare team as well as supervises students in the performance of assigned duties. PRACTICE OUTCOMES 1. Provides competent care based on knowledge of nursing research, evidence-based practice and performance improvement. 2. Participates in evidence-based practice activities, such as journal clubs. Discusses outcomes of care with colleagues, demonstrating knowledge of care indicators. Takes steps to improve care delivery by self and team. Competent with compliance, regulatory and accreditation standards. 3. Evaluates patient and family care in relation to scientific knowledge, identifying and participating in improvement using hospital quality control model. OTHER POSITION ACCOUNTABILITIES 1. Fully competent in all computer applications as required by position. 2. Performs duties in a cost-effective manner, striving to avoid wasting hospital resources without jeopardizing quality of care and service. 3. Responsible for knowing and demonstrating National Patient Safety standards. Participates in department-based activities and initiatives to improve and ensure a safe environment. 4. This position requires the employee to be responsible for the assessment, treatment, and care of patients of certain age categories, as appropriate to assigned patient populations. 5. Participates in performance improvement activities; quality improvement and patient safety activities; assists in maintaining compliance with JCAHO accreditation and other internal and external regulatory standards including the code of conduct. 6. Participates in Magnet activities. Active participant in the Family Center Care model. 7. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills of personnel so classified.



SOCIAL SERVICE SPECIALIST-MASTERS LEVEL, PSYCHIATRIC ACUTE, PER DIEM SJ (31557)
Job Summary: As a member of a multi-disciplinary team, responsible for assessing and providing support and intervention for the social and emotional needs of patients and their families to promote continuity of care and services. Work involves professional activities such as psycho-social assessment, mental health evaluation and referral, crisis intervention, environmental assistance, patient advocacy, after-care planning and others of similar scope and complexity, depending on the assigned work unit. Essential Duties: Performs assessments, evaluation, mental health screening and/or mental health assessment and evaluation, and referrals, focusing on the psychosocial needs of the patient and family; facilitates family conferences as appropriate. Identifies and communicates social, emotional and patient/family stressors to members of the care team as it relates to patient?s problems and plan of care. Plans and coordinates interventions, provides counseling services and evaluates effectiveness of interventions for identified patients and families based on Actively communicates with patient/family and all members of the health care team regarding the plan of care and progress toward goals. Based on assessment and identified needs, provides information and education to patients and families. Integrates internal and external resources in the plan of care. Identifies and facilitates safe discharge planning along the continuum. Communicates and documents plan to interdisciplinary patient care team. Promotes safety, quality and appropriate resource utilization. Advocates on behalf of patients and caregivers for service access and for safety and rights. Examples could include victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, disability access or community based services. Assists the health care team?s understanding of and respect of the patient?s decisions. Educates patients/families on the economic impact of their health care choices. Recognizes situations that require internal referral, to include but not limited to Risk Management, Ethics, Palliative Services and service line administration/management. Ensures compliance with state reporting requirements and appropriate documentation as identified by department policy and regulatory requirements/agencies. Provides consultation to staff and physicians regarding reporting requirements. Provides timely documentation according to department standards. Documents findings from evaluation in a complete concise manner, including assessment and plan. Writes notes that are organized, legible and demonstrates patient/family involvement. Documents interventions in the medical record and plan of care to assure communication for all team members. Only uses approved abbreviations. Provides consultation and guidance to staff and physicians about patient psychosocial issues and needs. Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services. Patient Population Served: Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department?s defined specific populations served. Performs related duties as required.



MENTAL HEALTH TECH I, OLOP-INTERVIEW EVENT
Job Summary: Our Lady of Peace (OLOP) is a private, not-for-profit psychiatric hospital in Louisville, KY. The hospital was originally founded in 1951 by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. With 396 beds, Peace is one of the one of the largest psychiatric hospitals in the nation. The Children?s Peace Center at Our Lady of Peace is the largest and most comprehensive private provider of child/adolescent inpatient psychiatric care in the country. Our Lady of Peace operates a full continuum of services for patients from young children to seniors, with a special emphasis on psychiatric care for children and adolescents, including several special needs programs. Patients come to Peace from all over Kentucky and the surrounding region, including eleven other states. Visit www.ourladyofpeacepsychiatry.org . 2 South-MR/DD ages 12-18 Provides delegated components of nursing care to patients including monitoring, specimen collection, psychoeducation, assistance with activities of daily living and behavior management in accordance with physician orders and established nursing policies and procedures. Care provided is based on defined standards of patient care and practice. *hec *



MAINTENANCE MECHANIC



PHYSICAL REHABILITATION AND FITNESS CENTER MANAGER



REHAB AIDE - THERAPIES - PART TIME (0.8 FTE) - DAY SHIFT - ST. JOSEPH MEDICAL CENTER (31380)
Job Summary: Performs a variety of clerical and manual tasks to support the licensed health care providers engaged in Occupational, Physical or Speech-Language therapy by ensuring a smooth and efficient flow of activities for the assigned Therapies area. Work includes: performing infection control tasks; modifying or performing simple repairs to equipment; clerical support such as: ordering supplies, routing materials. The incumbent may also be accountable for transferring and transporting patients under general supervision of a licensed therapist following established standards and procedural guidelines. The work requires: 1) strict adherence to guidelines, precise attention to detail, 2) responding effectively to legal, patient rights, safety, maintenance, and emergency situations, 3) establishing effective working relationships with all health care team members, patients, and their significant others, and 4) observing safety measures and reporting unfavorable patient reactions to the supervisor. This job exists in multiple departments, and while there may be minor differences in job content, they are not significant for classification purposes. Overall, the nature of the work and job requirements are consistent between departments. Essential Duties: Performs clinic maintenance and assists with infection control by keeping tools and equipment clean and ready for use in accordance with established standards. Performs general organizational tasks as needed for patient care and clinical coordination. Performs safety and infection control tasks. Performs simple repairs/maintenance on equipment, when needed. Replenishes supplies and materials for assigned areas. Assists with direct patient care under the direct supervision of a licensed therapist. Provides support to patients transferring on/off treatment tables or in/out of treatment chairs. Positions and steadies patients receiving therapy treatment as necessary. Escorts/transports patients; observes and reports patient progress/reactions to supervisor. Performs routine clerical tasks in accordance with established procedures. Prepares patient materials including: patient charts, charge tickets, home instruction information etc. Prepares and updates daily inpatient staff patient schedule. Gathers statistical information for Manager/Supervisor as requested. Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services. Patient Population Served: Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department?s defined specific populations served. Performs related duties as required.



PHYSICAL THERAPIST, FRI-PHYSICAL THERAPY OUTPT-SMEH, FULL TIME, 1ST SHIFT



NURSE MANAGER - ORTHOPEDICS - BSN REQUIRED
Job Summary: Provides twenty-four (24) hour accountability for the delivery of quality patient care that promotes the safety and well-being of all patients on assigned units. Responsible for planning, prioritizing, organizing, directing and meeting the daily needs and demands of patients and staff on assigned nursing units. Uses sound knowledge of nursing practices to assign patient care responsibilities to staff based on the patient's acuity and skill needs. Operationalizes knowledge of human resource management to effectively manage and communicate with staff on assigned unit to promote open communication, teamwork and enhanced work performance. Responsible for effective utilization to ensure appropriate and efficient use of financial, supply and staff resources. Accountable for unit-level implementation of hospital policies and procedures. The nurse manager is accountable for budget preparation and for fiscal operations of the department. Achieves high productivity while attaining exceptional patient, physician and associate satisfaction. This position requires a sound knowledge of nursing practice and exceptional leadership abilities to manage complex, stressful and critically important environments. Promotes the St. Vincent Health System/CHI mission, vision and purpose.



MEDICARE COST REPORT SPECIALIST, FINANCIAL SERVICES, 1.0FTE, DAY SHIFT - FSS (31378)
JOB SUMMARY: This job is responsible for researching, preparing and filing annual cost reports for assigned facilities as mandated by the Centers for Medicare and Medical Services (CMS) for Medicare-certified institutional providers and in accordance with applicable regulatory guidelines. An incumbent assures a formal cost report preparation process is in place, and is responsible for ensuring that deadlines are met and documentation is continually maintained with respect to Medicare cost report reserves and estimated settlement amounts during the preparation process. Work also includes: 1) researching audit findings and preparing appeal documents; 2) consulting with management on strategies/requirements in order to maximize reimbursement potential and ensure regulatory compliance; 3) preparing reimbursement analyses, focused on maximizing allowable reimbursement; and 4) serving as the contact for external audits for assigned facilities. An incumbent also is a key participant in the month-end accounts receivable reserving process, and is responsible for analyzing, reconciling, and reporting on contractual, bad debt, and charity allowances. This job requires considerable knowledge of the Medicare appeals process from a provider perspective, and involves the analysis/interpretation of dynamic and complex CMS regulations in order to ensure compliance and realization of maximum reimbursement. Work is conducted independently, and an incumbent exercises considerable discretion and independent judgment in identifying compliance issues, addressing reimbursement concerns and working with managers to develop and implement effective solutions to mitigate or resolve them. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: The following section contains representative examples of job duties that might be performed in positions allocated to this job class. FHS is a dynamic organization, and the environment can be fluid. Roles and responsibilities may be altered to accommodate changing business conditions and objectives as well as to tap into the skills and experience of its employees. Accordingly, employees may be asked to perform duties that are outside the specific work that is listed. It is not required that any position perform all duties listed, so long as primary responsibilities are consistent with the work as described. Performance standards developed for incumbents allocated to this job class may also contain relevant job content information and are referenced hereto. Prepares and files (electronically) the annual Medical Cost Report (MCR) for the assigned facilities in support of claims for overall reimbursement; understands and interprets CMS guidelines to ensure report(s) are completed and submitted in compliance with CMS standards and guidelines. ? Gathers and reviews claims/reimbursement data/reports on a monthly basis from facility managers in accordance with established procedures; follows up with managers as necessary to clarify data and/or gather additional information. ? Processes facility financial and statistical data through electronic systems to prepare schedules required for cost report preparation. ? Reconciles key financial data such as total expenses, total patient revenue, Medicare and Medicaid program revenue, etc., to source data (e.g., G/L, PS&R). ? Documents and explains material variations in the supporting cost reporting work papers. ? Maintains cost report inventory that includes status and deadlines. Maintains schedule of Medicare cost report reserves and estimated settlement amounts; analyzes reserve data and prepares spreadsheets to communicate issues/cost impacts to management. ? Performs an analysis of key Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement areas to identify potential prospective and retrospective reimbursement opportunities. ? Maintains schedule of Medicare cost report reserves and estimated settlement amounts. ? Identifies inadequate reserves and/or settlement estimates, and discusses with manager. Serves as the internal contact (for assigned facilities) for federal agencies or external parties conducting Medicare audits; provides auditors access to information and records as requested, in a timely manner. ? Coordinates auditor requests with all internal departments. ? Communicates reimbursement information and responds to questions, inquiries, and requests. ? Assists with the implementation of programmatic changes to help drive the organization?s compliance. Reviews and evaluates CMS fiscal intermediary audit adjustment reports relative to submitted cost reports for assigned facilities; researches and evaluates the merits of disputed reimbursements and files Medicare appeals to recover payment consistent with established guidelines. ? Identifies strengths and weaknesses of audit findings. ? Interacts directly with fiscal intermediary auditors to discuss findings, interpretations, guidelines and troubleshoot issues; prepares formal appeals as appropriate and follows up to facilitate appropriate resolution. discusses contract interpretation to support request for additional reimbursement. ? Maintains documentation relating to all reimbursement issues and report follow-up activities. ? Follows up on pending reimbursement issues relating cost reports filed in previous years. ? Keeps manager abreast of significant financial impact of disallowed reimbursement payments.



CERTIFIED MEDICAL ASSISTANT / LPN - CLINICS FT (1.0) DAYS MADISON AVE CLINIC
CHI Health is a regional health network with a unified mission: nurturing the healing ministry of the Church while creating healthier communities. Headquartered in Omaha, the combined organization consists of 15 hospitals, two stand-alone behavioral health facilities and more than 150 employed physician practice locations in Nebraska and southwestern Iowa. Nearly 15,900 employees comprise the workforce of this network that includes 2,820 licensed beds and serves as the primary teaching partner of Creighton University?s health sciences schools. In fiscal year 2013, the organization provided a combined $130.7 million in quantified community benefit including services for the poor, free clinics, education and research. With locations stretching from Kearney, Neb. to Missouri Valley, Iowa, the health network is the largest in Nebraska and serves residents of Nebraska, southwest Iowa and northern Kansas. PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES: Performs/directs patient care services including, but not limited to, admission interview, assessment, accurate documentation and maintain timely patient flow. Screens patient care to ensure priority is provided to patients in an emergency situation. Ensures patient is appropriately prepared for care encounter. Prepares/obtains patient medical records and other information/documentation pertinent to patient encounter. Assists healthcare providers with exams, treatments, procedures and testing as directed. ensures appropriate consent forms are obtained prior to the above Schedules and provides patient instruction(s) for tests, treatments and hospital admissions, following correct insurance protocol. (Ie. Precertification, referrals, chart documentation, etc.) Provides patient and family education pertaining to healthcare management, disease process, treatment, test(s), medication and follow-up under direct supervision of the health care provider. Maintain/update patient education materials and consent forms. Screens patient telephone calls under the direct supervision of the health care provider(s). Receives, prioritizes and responds to incoming calls as appropriate. Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm



PHARMACY TECHNICIAN - FULL TIME (1.0 FTE) - DAY SHIFT - FRANCISCAN PHARMACY - ST. ANTHONY (00000)
Job Summary: Performs a variety of tasks in support of the daily workflow of the ambulatory pharmacy department to include the appropriate distribution of drug therapy under the direct supervision of a Pharmacist and in compliance with State and Federal Laws and in accordance with FHS policies and procedures. Incumbents are accountable for 1) order entry, 2) preparation and dispersion of prescribed medications, 3) insurance billing 4) cashiering/customer service, 5) taking inventory/stocking and tracking medication and supply orders, and 5) performing routine clerical/administrative tasks. Incumbents may oversee the operational dispensary. Incumbents are also accountable for: maintaining a clean and safe environment; using appropriate aseptic technique; handling controlled substances appropriately; completing all educational modules; attending regular staff meetings; keeping abreast of departmental changes/current FHS policy and procedures and The Joint Commission requirements. Essential Duties: Receives and enters pharmaceutical orders in systems. Prioritizes and organizes daily work for optimal operations of pharmacy. Provides first line screening for medication order errors, drug or allergy contraindications, and processing non-formulary drug requests. Verifies information on prescriptions for accuracy; alerts the pharmacist to patient-specific data indicating potential medication misadventure. Enters required data into systems. Prepares and distributes medications in accordance with American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) guidelines. Conducts medication order processing to include packaging, reconstituting, compounding, and flavoring. Distributes medication to the patient/customer and collects payment; performs cashiering duties. Provides customers assistance and advise on non-prescription medications. Maintains proper stock levels in assigned pharmacy locations. Tracks medication and supply orders and stocks. Assists in keeping inventory at acceptable levels. Performs insurance billing and administrative support functions. Captures charges for purposes of billing third party payers; reconciles billing and administration records. Enters information into a computer system. Keeps records in accordance with department policies and procedures. Reviews and files all required reports. Answers telephones, screens phone calls/orders. Contributes to the department?s safe and accurate operations. ? Documents quality assurance data. ? Participates in the on-boarding of new Technicians. ? Operates and maintains automated dispensing devices. ? May problem solve for operation and maintenance of all automated systems in the Pharmacy. Performs related duties as required.



PRIVACY OFFICER-PROMINENCE HEALTH PLAN
Job Summary: This position will contribute to the organization?s mission and vision by assisting the Corporate Responsibility Program (CRP) team in the planning, design, implementation and maintenance ofsystem-wide Compliance and Privacy program, policies and procedures for new andestablished Prominence Health Managed Medicare,Managed Medicaid and commercial health plans.This position will be responsible for interpreting and remaining current with the many laws and regulations that govern CHI Prominence Health and its organizations. This position provides consultative and supportive services t o for the Prominence Health Managed Medicare, Managed Medicaid and commercial health plans and related lines of business.herein referred to as Entities. This position requires an in-depth understanding of the CHI enterprise, Prominence Health business and operational practices and the health insurance industry . The individual must have the ability to communicate effectively andprovide formal reports to CHI and Entity leaders and governance. This position works closely with ProminenceHealth operations, Internal Audit, Human Resources, Legal Services Group, and Corporate Responsibility Officers and Information Security Officers. This position will be involved in ongoing development and maintenance of resources, tools and knowledge communities to enhance CHI Prominence Health?s Corporate Responsibility Program. This position will serve as the privacy expert for all Prominence Health Services associated health plans and may serve as the Privacy Officer for one or more entities. Failure to adequately perform this job exposes CHI to serious legal consequences. Key Responsibilities: 1. Provides leadership for the development, implementation, maintenance, andevaluation of privacy policies, and associated procedures, tools and templates. 2. Provides consultation, guidance, and ongoing education to entity boardmembers, leadership and associates on Privacy issues. 3. Monitors and disseminates pertinent new laws and regulations as theypertain to privacy compliance matters. Works closely with the CHI legal department to ensure properinterpretation of such laws and regulations. Attends workshops and seminars to maintain an appropriate level ofknowledge and capability. 4. Responsible for overseeing privacy effectiveness for Prominence Health andits Entities. Works closely with CHILegal Services Group in response toOffice for Civil Rights investigations of alleged HIPAA Privacy violations. When serving as the entity Privacy Officer,assists in the enforcement and oversight of the application of corrective actionsfor failure to comply with privacy policies. 5. Assists in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliancemonitoring of all regional HIPAA related business associate agreements, inorder to ensure that all privacy concerns, requirements, and responsibilitiesare addressed (including breaches of confidential information by businessassociates). 6. Works closely with the Information Security Officer to ensure that privacyand security strategies are mutually supportive and well-integrated. 7. Directs and oversees comprehensive privacy audits at Entities to measureand monitor levels of privacy-related risk and compliance throughout the region. Identifies proven practices and areas forimprovement. 8. Oversees, documents, andresolves regional privacy incidents and provides guidance and oversight for privacy compliance investigations at the Entities. This position also provides oversight for investigations involving the Office for Civil Rights. 9. Provides periodic reports to management and governance regarding thedevelopment and implementation progress of the organization-wide privacyprogram and compliance with privacy regulations for the Region.May assign, supervise,direct and review the work of one or more Entity CRP Privacy Officers.



PRIVACY OFFICER-PROMINENCE HEALTH PLAN
Job Summary: This position will contribute to the organization?s mission and vision by assisting the Corporate Responsibility Program (CRP) team in the planning, design, implementation and maintenance ofsystem-wide Compliance and Privacy program, policies and procedures for new andestablished Prominence Health Managed Medicare,Managed Medicaid and commercial health plans.This position will be responsible for interpreting and remaining current with the many laws and regulations that govern CHI Prominence Health and its organizations. This position provides consultative and supportive services t o for the Prominence Health Managed Medicare, Managed Medicaid and commercial health plans and related lines of business.herein referred to as Entities. This position requires an in-depth understanding of the CHI enterprise, Prominence Health business and operational practices and the health insurance industry . The individual must have the ability to communicate effectively andprovide formal reports to CHI and Entity leaders and governance. This position works closely with ProminenceHealth operations, Internal Audit, Human Resources, Legal Services Group, and Corporate Responsibility Officers and Information Security Officers. This position will be involved in ongoing development and maintenance of resources, tools and knowledge communities to enhance CHI Prominence Health?s Corporate Responsibility Program. This position will serve as the privacy expert for all Prominence Health Services associated health plans and may serve as the Privacy Officer for one or more entities. Failure to adequately perform this job exposes CHI to serious legal consequences. Key Responsibilities: 1. Provides leadership for the development, implementation, maintenance, andevaluation of privacy policies, and associated procedures, tools and templates. 2. Provides consultation, guidance, and ongoing education to entity boardmembers, leadership and associates on Privacy issues. 3. Monitors and disseminates pertinent new laws and regulations as theypertain to privacy compliance matters. Works closely with the CHI legal department to ensure properinterpretation of such laws and regulations. Attends workshops and seminars to maintain an appropriate level ofknowledge and capability. 4. Responsible for overseeing privacy effectiveness for Prominence Health andits Entities. Works closely with CHILegal Services Group in response toOffice for Civil Rights investigations of alleged HIPAA Privacy violations. When serving as the entity Privacy Officer,assists in the enforcement and oversight of the application of corrective actionsfor failure to comply with privacy policies. 5. Assists in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliancemonitoring of all regional HIPAA related business associate agreements, inorder to ensure that all privacy concerns, requirements, and responsibilitiesare addressed (including breaches of confidential information by businessassociates). 6. Works closely with the Information Security Officer to ensure that privacyand security strategies are mutually supportive and well-integrated. 7. Directs and oversees comprehensive privacy audits at Entities to measureand monitor levels of privacy-related risk and compliance throughout the region. Identifies proven practices and areas forimprovement. 8. Oversees, documents, andresolves regional privacy incidents and provides guidance and oversight for privacy compliance investigations at the Entities. This position also provides oversight for investigations involving the Office for Civil Rights. 9. Provides periodic reports to management and governance regarding thedevelopment and implementation progress of the organization-wide privacyprogram and compliance with privacy regulations for the Region.May assign, supervise,direct and review the work of one or more Entity CRP Privacy Officers.



PRIVACY OFFICER-PROMINENCE HEALTH PLAN
Job Summary: This position will contribute to the organization?s mission and vision by assisting the Corporate Responsibility Program (CRP) team in the planning, design, implementation and maintenance ofsystem-wide Compliance and Privacy program, policies and procedures for new andestablished Prominence Health Managed Medicare,Managed Medicaid and commercial health plans.This position will be responsible for interpreting and remaining current with the many laws and regulations that govern CHI Prominence Health and its organizations. This position provides consultative and supportive services t o for the Prominence Health Managed Medicare, Managed Medicaid and commercial health plans and related lines of business.herein referred to as Entities. This position requires an in-depth understanding of the CHI enterprise, Prominence Health business and operational practices and the health insurance industry . The individual must have the ability to communicate effectively andprovide formal reports to CHI and Entity leaders and governance. This position works closely with ProminenceHealth operations, Internal Audit, Human Resources, Legal Services Group, and Corporate Responsibility Officers and Information Security Officers. This position will be involved in ongoing development and maintenance of resources, tools and knowledge communities to enhance CHI Prominence Health?s Corporate Responsibility Program. This position will serve as the privacy expert for all Prominence Health Services associated health plans and may serve as the Privacy Officer for one or more entities. Failure to adequately perform this job exposes CHI to serious legal consequences. Key Responsibilities: 1. Provides leadership for the development, implementation, maintenance, andevaluation of privacy policies, and associated procedures, tools and templates. 2. Provides consultation, guidance, and ongoing education to entity boardmembers, leadership and associates on Privacy issues. 3. Monitors and disseminates pertinent new laws and regulations as theypertain to privacy compliance matters. Works closely with the CHI legal department to ensure properinterpretation of such laws and regulations. Attends workshops and seminars to maintain an appropriate level ofknowledge and capability. 4. Responsible for overseeing privacy effectiveness for Prominence Health andits Entities. Works closely with CHILegal Services Group in response toOffice for Civil Rights investigations of alleged HIPAA Privacy violations. When serving as the entity Privacy Officer,assists in the enforcement and oversight of the application of corrective actionsfor failure to comply with privacy policies. 5. Assists in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliancemonitoring of all regional HIPAA related business associate agreements, inorder to ensure that all privacy concerns, requirements, and responsibilitiesare addressed (including breaches of confidential information by businessassociates). 6. Works closely with the Information Security Officer to ensure that privacyand security strategies are mutually supportive and well-integrated. 7. Directs and oversees comprehensive privacy audits at Entities to measureand monitor levels of privacy-related risk and compliance throughout the region. Identifies proven practices and areas forimprovement. 8. Oversees, documents, andresolves regional privacy incidents and provides guidance and oversight for privacy compliance investigations at the Entities. This position also provides oversight for investigations involving the Office for Civil Rights. 9. Provides periodic reports to management and governance regarding thedevelopment and implementation progress of the organization-wide privacyprogram and compliance with privacy regulations for the Region.May assign, supervise,direct and review the work of one or more Entity CRP Privacy Officers.



PRIVACY OFFICER-PROMINENCE HEALTH PLAN
Job Summary: This position will contribute to the organization?s mission and vision by assisting the Corporate Responsibility Program (CRP) team in the planning, design, implementation and maintenance ofsystem-wide Compliance and Privacy program, policies and procedures for new andestablished Prominence Health Managed Medicare,Managed Medicaid and commercial health plans.This position will be responsible for interpreting and remaining current with the many laws and regulations that govern CHI Prominence Health and its organizations. This position provides consultative and supportive services t o for the Prominence Health Managed Medicare, Managed Medicaid and commercial health plans and related lines of business.herein referred to as Entities. This position requires an in-depth understanding of the CHI enterprise, Prominence Health business and operational practices and the health insurance industry . The individual must have the ability to communicate effectively andprovide formal reports to CHI and Entity leaders and governance. This position works closely with ProminenceHealth operations, Internal Audit, Human Resources, Legal Services Group, and Corporate Responsibility Officers and Information Security Officers. This position will be involved in ongoing development and maintenance of resources, tools and knowledge communities to enhance CHI Prominence Health?s Corporate Responsibility Program. This position will serve as the privacy expert for all Prominence Health Services associated health plans and may serve as the Privacy Officer for one or more entities. Failure to adequately perform this job exposes CHI to serious legal consequences. Key Responsibilities: 1. Provides leadership for the development, implementation, maintenance, andevaluation of privacy policies, and associated procedures, tools and templates. 2. Provides consultation, guidance, and ongoing education to entity boardmembers, leadership and associates on Privacy issues. 3. Monitors and disseminates pertinent new laws and regulations as theypertain to privacy compliance matters. Works closely with the CHI legal department to ensure properinterpretation of such laws and regulations. Attends workshops and seminars to maintain an appropriate level ofknowledge and capability. 4. Responsible for overseeing privacy effectiveness for Prominence Health andits Entities. Works closely with CHILegal Services Group in response toOffice for Civil Rights investigations of alleged HIPAA Privacy violations. When serving as the entity Privacy Officer,assists in the enforcement and oversight of the application of corrective actionsfor failure to comply with privacy policies. 5. Assists in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliancemonitoring of all regional HIPAA related business associate agreements, inorder to ensure that all privacy concerns, requirements, and responsibilitiesare addressed (including breaches of confidential information by businessassociates). 6. Works closely with the Information Security Officer to ensure that privacyand security strategies are mutually supportive and well-integrated. 7. Directs and oversees comprehensive privacy audits at Entities to measureand monitor levels of privacy-related risk and compliance throughout the region. Identifies proven practices and areas forimprovement. 8. Oversees, documents, andresolves regional privacy incidents and provides guidance and oversight for privacy compliance investigations at the Entities. This position also provides oversight for investigations involving the Office for Civil Rights. 9. Provides periodic reports to management and governance regarding thedevelopment and implementation progress of the organization-wide privacyprogram and compliance with privacy regulations for the Region.May assign, supervise,direct and review the work of one or more Entity CRP Privacy Officers.



PRIVACY OFFICER-PROMINENCE HEALTH PLAN
Job Summary: This position will contribute to the organization?s mission and vision by assisting the Corporate Responsibility Program (CRP) team in the planning, design, implementation and maintenance ofsystem-wide Compliance and Privacy program, policies and procedures for new andestablished Prominence Health Managed Medicare,Managed Medicaid and commercial health plans.This position will be responsible for interpreting and remaining current with the many laws and regulations that govern CHI Prominence Health and its organizations. This position provides consultative and supportive services t o for the Prominence Health Managed Medicare, Managed Medicaid and commercial health plans and related lines of business.herein referred to as Entities. This position requires an in-depth understanding of the CHI enterprise, Prominence Health business and operational practices and the health insurance industry . The individual must have the ability to communicate effectively andprovide formal reports to CHI and Entity leaders and governance. This position works closely with ProminenceHealth operations, Internal Audit, Human Resources, Legal Services Group, and Corporate Responsibility Officers and Information Security Officers. This position will be involved in ongoing development and maintenance of resources, tools and knowledge communities to enhance CHI Prominence Health?s Corporate Responsibility Program. This position will serve as the privacy expert for all Prominence Health Services associated health plans and may serve as the Privacy Officer for one or more entities. Failure to adequately perform this job exposes CHI to serious legal consequences. Key Responsibilities: 1. Provides leadership for the development, implementation, maintenance, andevaluation of privacy policies, and associated procedures, tools and templates. 2. Provides consultation, guidance, and ongoing education to entity boardmembers, leadership and associates on Privacy issues. 3. Monitors and disseminates pertinent new laws and regulations as theypertain to privacy compliance matters. Works closely with the CHI legal department to ensure properinterpretation of such laws and regulations. Attends workshops and seminars to maintain an appropriate level ofknowledge and capability. 4. Responsible for overseeing privacy effectiveness for Prominence Health andits Entities. Works closely with CHILegal Services Group in response toOffice for Civil Rights investigations of alleged HIPAA Privacy violations. When serving as the entity Privacy Officer,assists in the enforcement and oversight of the application of corrective actionsfor failure to comply with privacy policies. 5. Assists in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliancemonitoring of all regional HIPAA related business associate agreements, inorder to ensure that all privacy concerns, requirements, and responsibilitiesare addressed (including breaches of confidential information by businessassociates). 6. Works closely with the Information Security Officer to ensure that privacyand security strategies are mutually supportive and well-integrated. 7. Directs and oversees comprehensive privacy audits at Entities to measureand monitor levels of privacy-related risk and compliance throughout the region. Identifies proven practices and areas forimprovement. 8. Oversees, documents, andresolves regional privacy incidents and provides guidance and oversight for privacy compliance investigations at the Entities. This position also provides oversight for investigations involving the Office for Civil Rights. 9. Provides periodic reports to management and governance regarding thedevelopment and implementation progress of the organization-wide privacyprogram and compliance with privacy regulations for the Region.May assign, supervise,direct and review the work of one or more Entity CRP Privacy Officers.



PRIVACY OFFICER-PROMINENCE HEALTH PLAN
Job Summary: This position will contribute to the organization?s mission and vision by assisting the Corporate Responsibility Program (CRP) team in the planning, design, implementation and maintenance ofsystem-wide Compliance and Privacy program, policies and procedures for new andestablished Prominence Health Managed Medicare,Managed Medicaid and commercial health plans.This position will be responsible for interpreting and remaining current with the many laws and regulations that govern CHI Prominence Health and its organizations. This position provides consultative and supportive services t o for the Prominence Health Managed Medicare, Managed Medicaid and commercial health plans and related lines of business.herein referred to as Entities. This position requires an in-depth understanding of the CHI enterprise, Prominence Health business and operational practices and the health insurance industry . The individual must have the ability to communicate effectively andprovide formal reports to CHI and Entity leaders and governance. This position works closely with ProminenceHealth operations, Internal Audit, Human Resources, Legal Services Group, and Corporate Responsibility Officers and Information Security Officers. This position will be involved in ongoing development and maintenance of resources, tools and knowledge communities to enhance CHI Prominence Health?s Corporate Responsibility Program. This position will serve as the privacy expert for all Prominence Health Services associated health plans and may serve as the Privacy Officer for one or more entities. Failure to adequately perform this job exposes CHI to serious legal consequences. Key Responsibilities: 1. Provides leadership for the development, implementation, maintenance, andevaluation of privacy policies, and associated procedures, tools and templates. 2. Provides consultation, guidance, and ongoing education to entity boardmembers, leadership and associates on Privacy issues. 3. Monitors and disseminates pertinent new laws and regulations as theypertain to privacy compliance matters. Works closely with the CHI legal department to ensure properinterpretation of such laws and regulations. Attends workshops and seminars to maintain an appropriate level ofknowledge and capability. 4. Responsible for overseeing privacy effectiveness for Prominence Health andits Entities. Works closely with CHILegal Services Group in response toOffice for Civil Rights investigations of alleged HIPAA Privacy violations. When serving as the entity Privacy Officer,assists in the enforcement and oversight of the application of corrective actionsfor failure to comply with privacy policies. 5. Assists in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliancemonitoring of all regional HIPAA related business associate agreements, inorder to ensure that all privacy concerns, requirements, and responsibilitiesare addressed (including breaches of confidential information by businessassociates). 6. Works closely with the Information Security Officer to ensure that privacyand security strategies are mutually supportive and well-integrated. 7. Directs and oversees comprehensive privacy audits at Entities to measureand monitor levels of privacy-related risk and compliance throughout the region. Identifies proven practices and areas forimprovement. 8. Oversees, documents, andresolves regional privacy incidents and provides guidance and oversight for privacy compliance investigations at the Entities. This position also provides oversight for investigations involving the Office for Civil Rights. 9. Provides periodic reports to management and governance regarding thedevelopment and implementation progress of the organization-wide privacyprogram and compliance with privacy regulations for the Region.May assign, supervise,direct and review the work of one or more Entity CRP Privacy Officers.



STERILE PROCESSING TECH I



CERTIFIED IV PHARMACY TECHNICIAN



MRI TECH AT ST. ELIZABETH HOSPITAL - PER DIEM (0000)
Job Summary: The individual in this role is responsible for operating Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) equipment safely and accurately to capture specific images ordered by a physician to aid in patient diagnosis. Work includes 1) preparing and operating MRI equipment, 2) positioning patients correctly and effectively, 3) recording the requested diagnostic images, and 4) sending results to physician for evaluation and diagnosis. Work is performed under the strict safety/regulatory/license departmental standards and protocols. Incumbents are also accountable for applying knowledge of aseptic technique; maintaining quality control for all imaging equipment; and maintaining knowledge of physics, anatomy, techniques and medical terminology through participating in continuing education, seminars, meetings and in-services. Essential Duties: Prepares equipment for imaging tests, based on physicians? orders and in adherence to department safeguards and protocols to ensure quality results. Verifies proper operation of equipment prior to use; sets imaging parameters for procedure; performs computer processing and displays images in accordance with internal protocols. Utilizes equipment/accessories and employs techniques/procedures to ensure that results are consistent. Selects appropriate protocols to tailor scans of each patient while producing superior image quality. Ensures that sufficient supplies are on hand to perform procedures. Cleans equipment after each use. Prepares patient and performs MRI procedures. Receives and identifies patient; verifies preparation procedures are proper and in order; prevents potentially fatal accidents for all patients and visitors by acknowledging extreme safety hazards involved with MRI; protects visitors and patients by following established pre-screening policy and procedures; documents pre-screening methods on MRI Questionnaire. Explains procedures to patients and responds to questions. Regularly performs basic functions in regard to patient care; responds to emergency situations consistent with scope of authority. Positions patients and provides immobilization means so that anatomy/pathology is correctly visualized in the scanner field of view, making the necessary slice selections for the requested examination. Interprets unusual tissue contrast patterns and alters or adds protocols as necessary to enhance diagnosis. Maintains records and logs as required by department protocols and licensure requirements. Prepares cases for immediate interpretation; assembles patient's records; prepares previous cases for physician review. Maintains daily records of exams. Prepares hard copies from multi-format laser images; transfers images to PACS for archival and storage. Performs incidental general office duties to include; answering phone; scheduling; filing; maintaining patient records; ordering supplies. Participates in the ordering and inventorying of equipment and supplies. Assists with patient flow needs. Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services. Patient Population Served: Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department?s defined specific populations served. CB



DIRECTOR, HEALTH AND WELFARE BENEFITS-LOCATION IN ERLANGER, KY
Job Summary: THIS POSITION WILL BE LOCATED IN ERLANGER, KY. This position is responsible for the overall strategic management of CHI?s enterprise health and welfare benefit plans for 100,000employees across the country. Responsibilities include the management of over $1billion (gross) worth of health and welfare plans including medical, pharmacy, life,short and long term disability, flexible and health spending accounts, vision,dental and paid-time-off benefit programs. This position collaborates with nationalleadership groups and division/MBO leadership to align the future directions ofsystem-wide health and welfare plans with CHI business direction including clinically integrated networks, population health management and other division/MBO-specific needs. Thisposition is also responsible integrating newly acquired organizations or new business lines into health, welfare and time off programs. Ensures the ongoing sustainability,affordability, accessibility and competitiveness of CHI?s health and welfareprograms for employees. Essential Duties : 1. Strategic Direction - Collaborates with national groups and division/ MBO leadership, HR leadership to ensure thatfuture strategic direction of health, welfare plans and time off programs arealigned with CHI business directions including clinically integrated networks, population health management and other division/MBO-specific needs. In collaboration with VP, Employee Benefits leads development of benefit planstrategies, designs and cost. Facilitates information sharing among CHI/MBO to enhance strategic direction relative to local benefit programs, local businessneeds or specific enterprise business/strategic needs 2. Cost Management - Responsible for current and future benefit cost management, health, welfare, time off benefit utilization and cost/utilization/data tracking; works closely with national finance group to ensure full collaboration on financial matters impacting benefit programs including the development of financial controls. Develops designs and programs to address cost increases and tomaintain sustainable structure in place. 3. Population Health Management - Partners closely with the Director of EmployeeWellness & Productivity to align health plans with wellness programs and employee incentives to enhance the overall health of CHI employees through engagement,behavior modification, enhanced consumerism, and shared responsibility. 4. Merger & Acquisitions - Leads integration of newly acquired organizations or new business lines into health, welfare and time off programs and oversees the transition of divesting entities from CHI 5. External Partner Management ? Oversees/Manages relationships with externa lpartners including actuaries, consultants and plan vendors to negotiate contracts, premiums, plan administration and customer service delivery; sets expectationsand monitors their performance 6. Internal Partner Management - Collaborates with HR Operations and outside vendorsto oversee ongoing plan administration, enrollment and communication of theplan; assists in the development and ongoing direction of standard health &welfare benefit policies; works closely with national communications group and web services team to develop employee benefits communications strategy, materials and templates for use by MBOs and employee engagement portal (MyHealthy Spirit). 7. Compliance - Advises benefits staff, MBO HR staff of legal and compliance issues and acts as a subject matter expert; responsible for all compliance requirements for enterprise - wide health & welfare plans; oversees appeals process for health & welfare plans. Leads interpretation and implementation of any new requirements (example ACA) and serves as a SME andfor CHI compliance, advocacy and mission functions. 8. Managerial/Staff Development - Mentors and supervises health and welfare benefits staff (managers and analysts) ofabout 5 ? 6.



ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF SECURITY



FT & PT THERAPEUTIC STAFF SUPPORT (TSS) OPENINGS IN ROBINSON, PA W/ FBR! (51-837)
Family Behavioral Reources FULL TIME and PART TIME OPPORTUNITIES ARE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE!! As directed by the treatment plan, provide specific interventions to assist the child in developing age-appropriate daily living skills and social and cultural interaction skills with his or her peer group, family, and other social groups or settings. As directed by the treatment plan, provide support to parents and other responsible adults in their efforts to provide direct supervision of the child. As directed by the treatment plan, provide assistance to the parent or other responsible adult in providing therapeutic structure and limits for the child. As directed by the treatment plan, provide assistance in implementing a behavioral intervention plan for the child. As directed by the treatment plan, provide assistance in implementing alternative activities to redirect challenging behaviors. As directed by the treatment plan, provide assistance in providing individualized, supervised recreational and cultural opportunities. At all times offer honest, respectful, and caring relationships to the child and family. The TSS worker will maintain an assigned planned schedule by the Administrative Supervisor that guides the use of authorized time with the child. The TSS worker will always remember that the goal of mental health services is to offer new alternatives to the child and family on a time limited basis, with the goal of promoting family problem solving skills and self sufficiency rather than inappropriate dependency on the worker and/or services. The TSS will collaborate with other members of the treatment team and other professionals working in the home or other community settings and will be present and participate in any meetings, supervision and trainings as required. Demonstrate proficiency in the use of software programs and applications. All other reasonable and necessary program specific activities at the discretion and direction of the Program supervisors. Physical Requirements: Employee must be able to read, write and speak fluent English Employee must be able to gain access to all AGENCY facilities with reasonable accommodation if required. Employee must be able to gain access to client''s place of treatment whether it is the client''s home, school or community. Employee must be able to interact with clients as specifically noted in their individual treatment plans. While performing specific interventions, employee may be required to sit, stand, bend, kneel, crawl, run and if applicable, sit on floor and rise to standing positions. Must be able to lift up to fifty (50) pounds. Must be able to use physical prompting, if authorized or in an emergency, to prevent injury to the client or another as a result of the clients behavior. Mental Requirements: Must be able to react quickly to prevent client injury or injury to another due to client''s behavior. Must be able to deliver and perform interventions noted in the individual client treatment plans. Must remain focused while intervening with clients and must be capable of detecting warning signs and intervene accordingly to prevent any unusual incidents. Must use awareness of cultural values and biases to work effectively with people of diverse cultural backgrounds. Must be able to perform services in an unbiased manner and be accepting of differences of parent/guardian rearing, home conditions, and appearances unless they directly affect the outcome of goals established for the individual''s treatment plan.



ETL DEVELOPER (2012842)
SWBC has been recognized as one of the Best Companies to Work for in Texas and has an immediate opening for an experienced ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) Developer at our Service Center ? Prue and Huebner location. This is an exciting opportunity for the right individual to join an energetic and seasoned team, with an established and expanding national firm. Headquartered in San Antonio, SWBC is a diversified financial services company providing a wide range of insurance, mortgage, and investment services to financial institutions, businesses, and individuals. With offices across the country, SWBC is committed to providing quality products, outstanding service, and customized solutions in all 50 states. Position Summary Designs and develops ETL/data integration processes and programs to support the data warehousing and business intelligence initiatives of the enterprise Information Management group which include data analysis, source to target data mapping, job scheduling, development and testing of Data migrator and/or SQL ETL programs; performs interaction with Data Stewards, external vendors, and business users to resolve data questions and anomalies; mentors other staff members; and participates in data modeling design sessions and metadata development. Essential Duties Communicates with customers to obtain data requirements and performs data analysis on data provided. Designs and implements data integration modules for Extract/Transform/Load (ETL) functions. Develops aggregation, monitoring, and alerts tools and modules. Participates in the overall development process through architecture guidance, code reviews, work estimates and plan assistance. Designs, implements, and maintains reports, monitoring, and dashboard framework. Investigates new technologies and advances, especially in the areas of business intelligence. Develops reports and dashboards for the product and specific customer projects. Perform other duties as required.



ASSISTANT MANAGER IN TRAINING
Assistant Store Managers at Dollar Tree are responsible for the following: Assisting in the realization of your store?s maximum profit contribution Protect all company assets Maintain a high level of good customer service Opening and closing the store Creative problem solving in the areas of: Associate Development Maximizing Sales Potential Controlling Expense and Shrink Merchandise Display Store Signage Placement What we need from you: A strong desire to grow within the company Minimum of 3 years prior retail management experience Background in hardlines or variety merchandise Big box experience a plus Strong productivity management ability in freight processing Strong communication, interpersonal and written skills Ability to work in a high energy team environment Dollar Tree is an equal opportunity employer.



MS DYNAMICS DIRECTOR OF CRM - REMOTE - 110K-130K
Our client is currently searching for a Dynamics Director of CRM to join their IT Department and help lead a Dynamics CRM implementation. This person will be responsible for leading developers and analysts both onshore and offshore through a new implementation and will be responsible for the continued upgrade and enhancement of the system. This is a great opportunity to join a company in their senior most IT position with the opportunity to grow into the CIO. Interviews for the role are going on now so please call me immediately at 212-731-8282 or email me at Candidates will be responsible for: - Leading onshore and offshore teams - Doing hands on Dynamics CRM development - Gathering business requirements from end users ranging from the sales team to upper C-level executives. - Leading and managing multiple IT projects ranging from a variety of projects including Dynamics CRM Ideal candidates will have: - 2+ years MS Dynamics CRM - 3+ years C#/.NET development - Strong communication and leadership skills - Experience integrating Dynamics CRM with an ERP system a plus - Prior experience managing teams of developers and analysts a plus Our client is offering: - Strong base salary - Huge room for bonus - Great opportunity to join a company in upper level management - Chance to grow your career into CIO To apply: Send resumes directly to Ayushi () and call me at 212-731-8282 for more information. Nigel Frank International is the global leader for Microsoft Dynamics recruitment, advertising more Dynamics CRM jobs than any other agency. We deal with both Microsoft Partners & End Users throughout North America. By specializing solely in placing candidates in the Microsoft Dynamics market I have built relationships with most of the key employers in North America and have an unrivalled understanding of where the best opportunities and Dynamics CRM jobs are. I understand the need for discretion and would welcome the opportunity to speak to any Microsoft Dynamics CRM candidates that are considering a new career or job either now or in the future. Confidentiality is of course guaranteed. For information on the Microsoft Dynamics market and some of the opportunities and Dynamics CRM jobs that are available I can be contacted on 212-731-8282 Please see www.nigelfrank.com for more fantastic Microsoft Dynamics opportunities! Nigel Frank International Inc. is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.



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