Work for an organization that makes a difference.
Community Health Centers (CHC) makes a difference in people’s lives. CHC is a not-for-profit health care organization, established in 1979, with a passionate mission. That mission is to provide quality patient-centered primary care services to individuals, regardless of their ability to pay. Success in this mission requires a culture of caring, collaboration, excellence, and integrity. CHC seeks staff that are committed to these core values. CHC clinics offer pediatrics, general medicine, family planning and dentistry. Medicare, Medicaid and most private health insurances are accepted.
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Medical Assistant (Bilingual Spanish/English)
Overview: Community Health Centers (CHC) makes a difference in people’s lives. CHC is a not-for-profit health care organization with a passionate mission. That mission is to provide quality patient-centered primary care services to individuals, regardless of their ability to pay. Success in this mission requires a culture of caring, collaboration, excellence, and integrity. CHC seeks staff that are committed to these core values. CHC clinics offer pediatrics, general medicine, family planning and dentistry. Medicare, Medicaid and most private health insurances are accepted.
This position provides assistive care to patients. The incumbent facilitates the efficient delivery of patient care and supports the licensed medical staff in providing that care to the patient. This position also assists with clerical functions related to patient care. This position may be required to access and administer medications within their scope of practice and according to State Law.
- Prepares patients for examinations and diagnostic procedures according to clinic procedures such as taking vitals and obtaining responses to standardized medical history questions.
- Performs additional skills such as giving injections and immunizations, drawing blood, new born screening, tray set-ups and preparing and maintaining labs.
- Acts as a chaperone for health care providers during patient examinations as requested and assists with all procedures.
- Monitors and cleans assigned patient exam rooms, reporting outdated supplies and stock levels. Restocks set levels of medical supplies as needed.
- Answers telephones, leaves complete messages with appropriate Clinic personnel and under the direction of licensed staff, schedules or reschedules appointments, procedures and diagnostic tests.Records. These duties may include scribing, compiling and maintaining charts, obtaining medical records from other providers, maintaining CLIA logs and entering charges for billing purposes.
- Calls in refills to pharmacy as instructed by provider; resolves all phone messages daily.
- Performs new patient registration, including setting up new patient charts and determining eligibility for sliding scale; verifies insurance status and updates all patient information.
- Interacts with the billing office on patient billing questions.
- Attends and completes mandatory education and training meetings and activities.
- May perform other duties as assigned.
Qualifications (Knowledge / Skills / Abilities):
- Ability to perform the essential functions of the job as outlined above.
- Demonstrated phlebotomy skills.
- Demonstrated human relations and communication skills.
- Demonstrated basic computer skills.
- Ability to withstand the physical demand of being on your feet for long periods of time, of moving and lifting patients and of reaching for and handling equipment.
- An understanding that incumbents face exposure to potentially dangerous contaminated bodily fluids, blood, used needles, and other contaminants as part of the daily hazards of the job.
- Must be able to pass CHC Competency as measured by periodic competency assessments within first three months of employment.
- Must have bilingual capabilities (English/Spanish). Must be able to read, write and speak English.
- CPR Certification
- Assists in routine clerical functions, including working in the Electronic Medical
Salary and Benefits:
Community Health Centers currently has full-time and part-time positions available. CHC offers a salary based on experience. Our current pay range is $11.42 – $14.00. CHC has a generous benefits package, which includes the following:
- Medical and Dental Plans (CHC pays for most of the premium cost)
- 401(k) Plan (CHC pays 10% over and above your wage into the Plan after one year of service)
- 10 Paid Holidays
- Life Insurance (Paid for by CHC)
- Tuition Reimbursement Program
- Wellness Program (Cash Bonuses For Exercising)
- Will help with obtaining your Meaningful Use Certification
Medical Assistant (Bilingual Spanish/English) – F/T position at our Central City-LDSH Clinic. Performs routine MA duties such as assisting providers w/tray set-ups and exams, charting, obtaining vitals, ordering and preparing lab analyzes, assessing patients/training, calling in pharmacy orders, and stocking supplies. Requires completion of a Certified Medical Assistant Training Program. Previous experience in a clinic setting, knowledge of triaging and Spanish/English bilingual skills are required.
Visit www.chc-ut.org for wage and benefit information. CHC offers a salary based on experience and a generous benefits package, including a 401(k) retirement plan.
To apply: Email Resume to email@example.com or fax to 801-955-2389.
Current Posting Date: 12/15/2017
Original Posting Date: 12/15/2017
PAYROLL SPECIALIST: Community Health Centers makes a difference in peoples lives. CHC is a not-for-profit health care organization with a passionate mission to provide quality patient-centered primary care services to individuals, regardless of their ability to pay. CHC has an immediate full time Payroll Specialist position available for just the right person.
This position reports to the Finance Director and has primary responsibility for all payroll functions, and is also responsible for other accounting areas, as described below. Emphasis is placed on accuracy, good internal control, and audit trails in all activities. Duties will include:
Obtains, totals and verifies time cards, paid time benefits, benefit plans and other deductions, special compensation plans and employee information changes; printing of reports and checks; and timely preparation of various reports for submission to governmental agencies. Adheres to clearly-defined deadlines to meet CHC and employee expectations.
- Tracks all leave time, vacation, sick, CME, etc. for all employees.
- Orients new employees on Payroll procedures.
- Manages the FSA Plan, working closely with outside accounting firm.
- Works closely with Human Resources, CHC staff and CHC’s payroll vendor to resolve payroll issues. Verifies employment information for outside agencies.
- Processes employee garnishments as per CHC procedure and federal/state law.
- Reviews vendor-produced payroll checks and reports before check distribution.
- Performs other related accounting/bookkeeping duties.
Must have at least four years of experience performing payroll and full charge bookkeeping duties. Must have demonstrated computer experience, including Microsoft Word and Excel, along with 10-key adding machine by touch. Prior experience with Paylocity Payroll/HR system is preferred.
If qualified, please send resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Posting Date: 12/01/2017
Original Posting Date: 12/01/2017
Financial Analyst: The Financial Analyst is responsible for maintaining and building reports and budgets to funders, including but not limited to, the Federal Government, State and Local Entities, Grantor Foundations, and Contracts. The incumbent will also provide monthly accounting and payroll support as needed. The incumbent will work with the CHC Management Team and others as directed, to establish a reporting plan and schedule that fits with the values, mission, and fiscal requirements of CHC. The Financial Analyst exercises discretion and independent judgment in substantial or important matters.
- Completes all reporting requirements for grants and contracts and ensures deadline deliverables are reached.
- On a weekly basis, develops and maintains a reporting process and provides timely reports to the Executive and Finance Directors on deliverables.
- Collaborates with Program Directors to ensure all necessary information related to various grants and contracts is maintained.
- Ensures all grant/contract invoicing is performed in a timely manner.
- Maintains records on current federal, state and local sources of funding.
- Collects the required data, assists, co-develops and satisfies all requirements for the Uniform Data System (UDS) report on an annual basis.
- Assists external accounts and agencies in financial audits or review of CHC fiscal operations or grant/contract reporting.
- Provides periodic financial reports to the Finance Director and Executive Director.
- Prepares, analyses and compiles recommendations from patient satisfaction surveys.
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
- Excellent writing and communication skills.
- Extensive experience with Microsoft Excel and Access.
- Proven ability to follow-up and monitor numerous simultaneous tasks.
- Proven ability to meet hard deadlines.
- Proven ability to communicate effectively with all levels of staff personnel.
- Education: BA/BS in Accounting, Finance, or related field.
- Experience: 3-5 years
The Following are Helpful for the Incumbent:
- Knowledge of the healthcare field and the Utah community.
- Experience and/or knowledge of the medically under-served population.
- Medicaid/Medicare reporting experience.
To Apply: Email resume to email@example.com or fax to (801) 955-2389.
Current Posting Date: 11/15/2017
Original Posting Date: 11/15/2017
Family Practice Physician
Community Health Centers is a non-profit organization, established in 1979, whose mission is to provide quality, patient and family-centered primary care services to individuals who have inadequate access to health care.
CHC is looking for a passionate, Family Doctor who does full-spectrum outpatient care (also low-risk OB/nursery care, but not required) to join our top-performing, multi-specialty group in Salt Lake City, UT.
This professional will be expected to supervise residents, midlevel providers and students, by providing appropriate back-up and chart review. Attend provider and clinic meetings monthly, maintain hospital privileges at all hospitals used by CHC, complete patient records and billing sheets in accordance with the policies of CHC as well as participate as requested in Quality Assurance activities.
Position requires board certification in specialty and licensed in the state of Utah. Spanish-speaking skills a must. Teaching opportunities available.
CHC is a NHSC approved site and applicants may qualify for loan repayment. For more information on loan repayment visit:
To apply: Email CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Posting Date: 08/23/2017
Original Posting Date: 08/23/2017
Email resumes to: email@example.com
Questions: Please contact Talisha (801) 955-2380