Community Health Partnership of Illinois

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Community Health Partnership of Illinois (CHP), is a non-profit organization that provides primary health care to migrant farmworkers and other medically underserved populations throughout northern and central Illinois. CHP is seeking dedicated individuals who are looking for an opportunity to make a difference in our community. All of our positions may participate in outreach and community education activities occasionally.

Mission statement: Community Health Partnership of Illinois builds and delivers quality, culturally responsive health care services with our patients, caregivers, and the communities we serve.  We empower all, including agricultural workers, to enjoy maximum well-being.

 

Open positions:

Community Health Partnership of Illinois (CHP) is a private 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization in Illinois Dedicated to serving its communities with primary preventative medical, dental, and behavioral health service.  CHP has been in existence for over 50 years and since 1970.  Our employees and providers provide services to over 10,000 patients from 6 counties across central and northern Illinois.

CHP is currently seeking a Full-Time Vice President (VP) of Finance

The Vice President (VP) of Finance is part of CHP executive team providing management and leadership to the company’s fiscal activities. The VP of Finance will direct and oversee the financial activities of the organization, direct the preparation of current financial reports and summaries, trends and create forecasts predicting future growth. This position collaborates with The VP of Operations to ensure all grant reporting, revisions and submissions are accurate and submitted timely.

The VP of Finance supervised all accounting and revenue cycle staff within the organization. This position also supervises the procurement department and other accounting staff and ensures compliant procurement and accounting practices are adhered to. This position supports all internal and external audits and leads CHP’s annual Independent external audit to ensure annual financial independent audits are completed in a timely and accurate manner.

The VP of Finance is responsible for executing the company’s financial strategy, managing accounting procedures, developing plans for growth to increase company bottom-line while also managing expenditure, identifying investment opportunities, managing mergers and acquisitions, request for proposals and/or request for information are completed as per policy. This position works and collaborates with the CEO on financial and operational strategies that promote organization success.

The VP of Finance manages the efforts, results, and success of CHP’s finance department and provides the CEO with financial plans, financial statements and forecast in a timely manner. This position also manages payroll activities in collaboration with the Human Resources department.

This position advice and supports senior executives and division leaders with financial budgets, grants reporting and other fiscal needs. This position leads the Finance Board Committee, prepares and reports out monthly on fiscal statements and plans. The annual 990s, 5500 reporting, 1099s, Medicaid, Medicare Cost Reports, 403B and 340B pharmacy reports are accountable areas of this position. This position develops and maintains financial policies and procedures, monitors financial performance measure; prepares financial portion of grant, funding applications, reports and participates in development of business plan.

Leadership and Management:

  • Lead a partnership with the CEO, Executive, Leadership Team, and clinical staff to design and fulfill annual division/department budgets and the adherence of such.
  • Responsible for the management and implementation of the selected and active billing company to drive and manage KPIs in support of CHP’s strategic goals.
  • Collaborate with the VP of Operations on designing strategies and tactics for growth and success across all areas of CHP.
  • Provide monthly patient statistic by gender and age in support of strategic decision making.
  • Participate in the Board Finance Committees monthly and other periodic board meetings.
  • Public periodic targeted financial forecast of revenue and expenses to drive financial results in collaboration with the CEO and the VP of Operations.
  • Present monthly to key staff the financial goals/outcomes and stress the importance of identified improvements necessary to meet and achieve goals. Engage operations leaders and providers by designing and sharing their outcomes with efforts to drive the organizations mission.
  • Work closely and collaboratively with the CEO, VP of Operations, Medical, Dental and Behavioral Health Director to build and empower the organizational capacity, capability, consistency, and confidence in clinical and in the generation of new ideas that increase revenue and fiscal longevity.
  • Analytical, skilled in interpreting health regulations and applying them in new protocols, with a keen eye for keeping records, budgets, grants schedules and other schedules in perfect order.
  • Compassionate, sympathetic, and ethical in their leadership.
 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Oversees Accounting department, budget preparation, and audit functions.
  • Accountable for revenues and front office cash collections and the implementation of quality assurance that will ensure proper and timely collections.
  • Directs the preparation of all financial statements, including income statements, balance sheets, cash flows, productivity, denial, collections, A/R reports, tax returns, and other internal and external governmental/partner agency reports.
  • Compares sales and profit projections to actual figures and budgeted expenses to actual expenses; makes or oversees any necessary adjustments to future projections and budgets.
  • Analyzes operations to identify areas in need of reorganization, downsizing, or elimination.
  • Works with the CEO and other executives to coordinate planning and establish priorities for the planning process.
 

Licenses & Certifications:

  • Advanced degree in accounting, business, finance, or a related field; several years of experience in finance; excellent mathematical skills.
  • Master’s degree in business administration, Accounting, or Finance required.
  • Certified Public Accountant designation preferred.
  • Eight to ten years of experience in financial management required.
  • Knowledge of fiscal planning, analysis, and management principles
  • Ability to work in a fast-moving (and sometimes ambiguous) environment, while managing toward clarity and solutions
  • Knowledge of health care management principles and practices, enough to direct operations within a health care organization.
  • Ability to communicate effectively to a variety of audiences in small and large group settings.
  • Ability to exercise a high degree of initiative, sound judgement, discretion, and decision-making skills.
  • Ability to solve management issues and direct numerous and varied operations simultaneously.
  • Ability to set and maintain high standards of performance, hold people accountable for achieving deliverable metrics, encourage team participation, and motivate others through a shared vision.
  • Knowledge of human resource management practices
  • Knowledge of related regulatory and compliance requirements
  • Possesses and maintains a current knowledge of healthcare industry operations and trends.
  • Valid Driver’s license and automobile insurance.
 

Performance of the duties and responsibilities of the Position requires the equivalent of extensive formal training in accounting and finance, including an understanding of the profession to the operations of the organization, usually in the form of a major in accounting as part of a master’s degree or other applicable program.

Communications Skills: 

  • Decision-making and problem-solving skills
  • Leadership skills with the ability to delegate, motivate and inspire team members.
  • Honesty and integrity
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to manage time effectively.
 
  1. Position duties require the employee to effectively communicate their opinions and extrapolations of information they collect and synthesize/analyze.
  2. Employees are responsible for the resolution of conflicts that may arise because of disagreements between employees, between employees and customers/clients, or with the public, other legal entities, or governmental authorities.
  3. Position duties require the compilation and analysis of information prepared in effective written form, including correspondence, reports, articles, or other documentation.
  4. Duties involve convincing others to take action, or to behave in a specific way desired by the employer.
 

Physical Demands:

  • Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
  • This person must speak clearly using the English language to accurately convey information.
  • Work performed in an office setting as applicable is determined by activities.
  • Work requires above average lifting, standing, long periods of sitting or other office discomfort and occasional weather exposure and local driving.
  • Work may include extended periods of time viewing a computer monitor and or operating a keyboard.
  • Direct physical contact with patients and airborne contaminants from time to time.
  • Works in the community, in groups, or in receptive in-home environments.
  • Ability to travel to various CHP sites as needed.
 

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org

Community Health Partnership of Illinois (CHP) is a private 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization in Illinois Dedicated to serving its communities with primary preventative medical, dental, and behavioral health service.  CHP has been in existence for over 50 years and since 1970.  Our employees and providers provide services to over 10,000 patients from 6 counties across central and northern Illinois.

CHP is currently seeking a Full-Time Vice President of Information Technology.

The Vice President of Information Technology (VPolT) is responsible for the design, development and implementation of the organization information systems, software applications, and IT support and infrastructure system. This position directs the strategic design, acquisition, management, and implementation of community Health Partnership of Illinois (CHP) corporate-wide technology infrastructure. Responsible for the long-range direction of CHP’s technology function in collaboration with CHP’s HCCN Network. The VP of IT is responsible for the training and retraining of all staff on CHP’s EMR systems; inclusive of creating and supporting and ensuring clinical workflows, administrative workflows, UDS (Uniform Data Systems, Analytics tools and software, UDS tracker are in place, familiar with and trained on, to drive efficiencies across the organization and in compliance within compliance with health Resources and Services Administration, other State and local requirements. The VP of IT and his team are trained as superusers of all IT software/hardware and other IT products, the EMR systems and will train and re-train staff as the need arise as well as manage the IT inventory to ensure compliance and periodic reporting of inventory allocation and use through the organization. This position also supervise the facility and the facility supervisor.

The VP of IT establishes technology standards, communicates, and enforces technical and security compliance and safeguards throughout the organization. This position supports infrastructure systems, directs, write, implement, and manage IT plans, schedules, policies and program for organization’s data processing, network communications, business operations, grant writing and reporting, computer services and management of information systems according to established goals and objectives of CHP. Monitors and analyzes technology and technology trends that will improve the company’s IT products, performance and informs the Executive Team for decision making. 

Description of Primary Responsibilities

  • Supervise IT staff and serve as super user on all technology software and applicable technology programs.
  • Supervise Facility Supervisor.
  • Responsible for the design, development and implementation of organizational information systems, software applications, and IT support and infrastructure systems.
  • Leading technology planning and driving the implementation of development best practices throughout the organization, while governing control and ensuring objectives are achieved.
  • Direct and manage IT plans, schedules, policies and programs for an organization’s data processing, network communications, business operations, computer services and management information systems, according to established goals and objectives.
  • Identifying emerging information technologies to be analyzed, assimilated, and integrated within the organization.
  • Oversee the development of mission-critical applications and technology to support the company’s long-term goals and, depending on company size, provide direction and leadership to one or several development teams.
  • Risk management, resource allocation, project prioritization, and research and recommendation of new systems and software products and services
  • Support all CHP health center facility IT needs.
  • Drive collaboration across the organization to identify needs and develop scalable solution.
  • Prioritize objectives and implement strategies to achieve company initiatives as part of the leadership team. Deploy data an research to drive-cross-business corporate prioritization.
  • Collaborate with stakeholders to achieve mutual goals.

Professional & Technical Knowledge:

  • Strategic vision with ability to execute
  • Demonstrated leadership presence and maturity
  • Impeccable judgment and ability to make sound decisions in a fast-paced, dynamic setting
  • Executive-level presentation skills and ability to handle high-level client interaction.
  • High level of proficiency with Microsoft Office (Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint).
  • Demonstrated experience in building and maintaining relationships with partners, referral sources, local governments, funding sources, families, and local communities.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Excellent analytical and organizational skills
 

Licenses & Certifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in filed of computer science or information science, master degree preferred.
  • Minimum of 5 years of progressive leadership experience in healthcare IT leadership.
  • Knowledge of fiscal planning, analysis, and management principles
  • Ability to work in a fast-moving (and sometimes ambiguous) environment, while managing toward clarity and solutions
  • Knowledge of health care management principles and practices, enough to direct operations within a health care organization.
  • Ability to communicate effectively to a variety of audiences in small and large group settings.
  • Ability to set and maintain high standards of performance, hold people accountable for achieving deliverable metrics, encourage team participation, and motivate others through a shared vision.
  • Knowledge of related regulatory and compliance requirements
  • Valid Driver’s license and automobile insurance.
  • Annual OSHA/HIPPA training in accordance with the CHP OSHA/HIPPA manual.
 

Physical Demands

  • This position requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate phones, computers, and other office equipment, and the ability to sit and to use a computer for significant periods of time.
  • This person must speak clearly using the English language to accurately convey information.
  • Work requires above average lifting, standing, long periods of sitting or other office discomfort and occasional weather exposure and local driving.
  • Must be able to lift to 50 lbs. Manual dexterity is required.
  • Must possess normal vision or correctible to within normal ranges.
  • Work may include extended periods of time viewing a computer monitor and or operating a keyboard.
  • OSHA Category I Position Classification for occupational exposure to blood and other possibly infectious materials.
 

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org

Community Health Partnership of Illinois (CHP) is a private 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization in Illinois Dedicated to serving its communities with primary preventative medical, dental, and behavioral health service.  CHP has been in existence for over 50 years and since 1970.  Our employees and providers provide services to over 10,000 patients from 6 counties across central and northern Illinois.

CHP is currently seeking a Full-Time development Director to leads its development department, manage its grants, fundraising and marketing activities.

Job Location: Chicago, Illinois. United States.

Essential Duties are the following:

  • Oversee all CHP’s grant writing and grant reporting responsibilities.
  • Oversee grants database and tracking system.
  • Collaborate with Finance department on grant reporting requirements.
  • Supervise the Development Manager.
  • Leads all CHP’s annual marketing and outreach initiatives.
  • Implement and grow a major gifts program including identification, cultivation and solicitation of major donors.
  • Meet prospective donors and supporters on a continual basis to establish continual communication with them.
  • Identify and solicit ideal donors from public and private sources of support.
  • Use sales and spending cycles to guide fundraising campaign decisions.
  • Oversee grant seeking activities including research, proposal writing, and working across teams for reporting and compliance purposes.
  • Build the planned giving program with a focus on deferred gifts such as bequest expectancies.
  • Create a culture of philanthropy across donor bases to educate donors and help them leave a legacy.
  • Implement and direct the annual fund program, including direct mailings and in-person and online annual fundraising drives.
  • Direct all campaigns (including capital campaigns) and other major fundraising drives.
  • Build new donor relationships while maintaining ongoing ones.
  • Write content for new grants, new audiences, and better relationships with donors and other organizations.
  • Manage and update CHP’s nonprofit’s annual fundraising plan.
  • Manage and update CHP’s annual strategy for a large, sustained base of annual individual donors.
  • Secure financial support from individuals, foundations and corporations, vendors and other grantors.
  • Develop and track proposals and reports for all foundation and corporate fundraising. Build the planned giving program with a focus on deferred gifts such as bequest expectancies.
  • Direct the annual fund program, including mailings and annual fundraising drives.
  • Create and mail appreciation letters in a timely manner.
  • Oversee prospect research.
  • Oversee creation of publications to support fund raising activities.
  • Guide, strategize and deliver on social media marketing strategy.
  • Coordinate fundraising special events and ensure their alignment with greatest return on investment.
  • Secure event sponsorships and ensure proper recognition benefits are implemented.
  • Guide, direct and implement employee fundraising drives.
  • Oversee prospect research and links the Chief Executive Officer to prospects for engagement, public appearances, speaking engagements to share information about CHP with the community.
  • Construct graphs and reports to convey department efforts and targets.
  • Supervise and collaborate with fundraising staff.
  • Oversee fundraising database and tracking systems.
  • Oversee creation of publications to support fund raising activities.
  • Maintain gift recognition programs.
 

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status. 

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org 

 

Community Health Partnership of Illinois (CHP) is a private 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization in Illinois Dedicated to serving its communities with primary preventative medical, dental, and behavioral health service.  CHP has been in existence for over 50 years and since 1970.  Our employees and providers provide services to over 10,000 patients from 6 counties across central and northern Illinois.

CHP is currently seeking for a Lead Nurse.

Primary Accountability 

Under general supervision of the Lead Nurse, the Nurse coordinates health care plans for patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, provide advice and emotional support to patients and their families. The nurse works closely with supervising physicians to assess and monitor patients’ needs, triage patients, administer medication, ensure standard of care is conducted according to the procedures of the organization. The Nurse may, from time to time lead assigned clinical program(s). The nurse prepares schedules, oversees patient intake and discharge, monitors and order medication and supplies for his/her assigned clinic(s). Other responsibilities include leading site clinical programs, supporting other clinics, onboarding new nurses, caring for patients, offer guidance and support, maintain a clean and safe working environment, and ensure all operational and clinical regulatory tasks are completed efficiently, in a compliant way and on time.

Primary Responsibilities:

  1. Assessing, observing, and speaking to patients.
  2. Recording details and symptoms of patient medical history and current health.
  3. Preparing patients for exams and treatment.
  4. Administering medications and treatments, then monitoring patients for side effects and reactions.
  5. Creating, implementing, and evaluating patient care plans with the medical team.
  6. Performing wound care, such as cleaning and bandaging them where applicable.
  7. Assisting in other medical procedures as needed.
  8. Operating and monitoring medical equipment.
  9. Drawing blood, urine samples, and other body fluids for lab work.
  10. Educating patients and family members on treatment and care plans, as well as answering their questions.
  11. Restores and promotes patient’s health by completing the nursing process.
  12. Collaborate with the MA (Medical Assistance) to ensure health risk assessments are completed for all patients (pain management, phq9s and other screening.
  13. Collaborate with physicians/providers and multidisciplinary team members.
  14. Provides physical and psychological support to patients, friends, and families.
  15. Identifies patient care requirements by establishing personal rapport with patients and their families.
  16. Ensure patient referral and tracking are accomplished and patient files are updated with results from referrals and results to include specialty and lab results.
  17. Assure quality of care by adhering to therapeutic standards, measuring health outcomes against patient care goals and hospital or regulatory standards.
  18. Resolve patient problems and needs by utilizing multidisciplinary team strategies.
  19. Maintain a safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
  20. Protect patients and employees by adhering to infection-control policies and protocols; medication administration and storage procedures; and controlled substance regulations.
  21. Documents patient care services by charting patient and department records.
  22. Maintain continuity among nursing teams by documenting and communicating actions, irregularities, and continuing needs.
  23. Maintains patient confidentiality and protects operations by keeping information confidential.
  24. Ensures operation of clinical equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements; calling for repairs; and evaluating new equipment and techniques.
  25. Maintains nursing supplies inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level.
  26. Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops and participating in professional societies.
  27. Maintains a cooperative relationship among health care teams by communicating information and participating in team problem-solving methods.
  28. Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
  29. Supporting the Lead Nurse and Nursing Director on needed clinical, new and existing clinical initiatives.
  30. Support the Nursing Director on the development and implementation of much needed clinical programs to provide added value to our patients, these programs may include but not limited to; Diabetes programming, MAT, and other clinical patient education.
  31. Identify procedures, processes, and patient care and clinical gaps to be addressed and accomplished, as well as, ensuring the resources that will be required to safely carry out the work of the clinic are communicated.
  32. Direct and coach other nurses(new) on patient care, providing guidance and advice and supporting other nurses as needed within the CHP family.
  33. Distribute the work of the clinic nurses, when appropriate, in a manner that makes the best use of available resources, both personnel and material, and which takes into account the knowledge, skills, and abilities of those persons who will be integral to the patient care process.
  34. Document and evaluate the performance of the nurses under their supervision.
  35. Mentoring coaching and training new staff
  36. Manage critical patient critical calls and ensure processes are in place to address those calls timely.
  37. identity issues or emergencies and responding/repotting in a calm and efficient manner.
  38. Applies communication theories and techniques in negotiating with patients, families and other staff members to accomplish the nursing care plan.
  39. Initiates and completes the designated forms required by administration in the delivery of patient care.
  40. Audits the patient’s medical record to determine that all orders have been carried out, that laboratory tests are posted, delivered nursing care is documented, and patient progress or lack of progress is described.
  41. Adhere to State Vaccine program, SOJI, PHQ9 compliance requirement inclusive of VFC and adult vaccines and other clinical quality programs.
  42. Collaborate with Lead Nurse and Nursing Director to ensure patient access targets are achieved on a daily basis.
  43. Complete and/or attend training courses that support professional development and objectives for the role as approved.
  44. Support clinical outreach as needed.
  45. Take initiative, reason logically, be creative in developing and introducing new ideas.
  46. Adhere to CHP’s time and effort and time reporting requirements as per CHP policy and procedures in compliance with time and attendance.
  47. Adhere to CHP’s technology guidelines as well as legal and regulatory standards.
  48. Adhere to CHP’s Code of Conduct.
  49. Practice AIDET compliance.
  50. Actively participate in weekly meetings with supervisor and reflective supervision.
  51. Attend all mandatory meetings including all-staff meetings, team meetings and others as requested by the supervisor.
  52. Always demonstrate professional conduct.
  53. Support the departments QA/QI Initiatives.
  54. Perform other related duties as requested.
 

Description of Primary Attributes

Professional & Technical Knowledge:

  1. Performance of the duties and responsibilities of the Position requires the equivalent of extensive formal training in nursing practices, including an understanding of the profession as it relates to the operations of the organization as acquired through the successful completion of an accredited nursing school program.
  2. Valid nursing degree.
 

Technical Skills:

  1. Clinical skills
  2. Bedside manner
  3. Infection control
  4. Physiological knowledge
  5. Administering medication
  6. Medical teamwork
  7. Multitasking, listening, and verbal communication
  8. Health promotion and maintenance
  9. Excellent leadership, communication and interpersonal skills are critical
  10. Attention to detail
  11. Good organizational and analytical skills
  12. Ability to quickly and accurately assess patients’ conditions
  13. A caring and sympathetic manner
  14. Emotional stability
  15. Ability to efficiently handle emergencies and remain calm in stressful situations
  16. to balance administrative tasks and clinical care for patients
  17. Position duties require an understanding of the profession at a level that allows the employee to select methods for others to use (from those already in existence in the profession).
  18. Prior experience in healthcare facility
  19. Excellent leadership, communication and organizational skills
  20. Compassionate with sound judgement and problem-solving skills
 

Licenses & Certifications:

  1. Valid Illinois nursing license (LPN or RN)
  2. Valid Driver’s license and automobile insurance
  3. CPR certification within 90 days of employment and current certification thereafter
  4. Bachelor’s degree in nursing or more advance Nursing degree
  5. Proficient in Microsoft Office and Medical EMR software
  6. Medication Assisted Treatment Waiver (MAT) trained, or Interest in MAT treatment of substance use disorders
  7. Annual OSHA/HIPPA training in accordance with the CHP OSHA/HIPPA manual
  8. Annual TB test in accordance with CHP TB policy and procedures
  9. Hepatitis B vaccination/waiver in accordance with CHP Hepatitis B vaccination/waiver protocol.
 

Knowledge & Expertise

Requires specific professional knowledge of nursing profession in order to select proper methods for others to use. Requires experience in directly supporting staff and managing programs.

Problem Solving

Requires creation of processes and procedures that will impact most or all of the organization and may involve lobbying for changes to overall organizational methods or procedures.

Communication

Role requires tactical resolution of conflicts brought to the attention by others. Requires the ability to communicate difficult messages that may require the audience to change their point of view. Requires the ability to communicate complex or technical information. Respectful, caring and empathetic person and enjoy working with and being around people.

Requires knowledge of Microsoft Office, including outlook, GE Centricity, basic computer skills and professional level of written and spoken communication. 

Scope of Authority and Impact of Performance

Supports a major segment within the organization, with an impact felt organization wide.

Knowledge & Expertise

Requires specific professional knowledge of nursing profession.    Requires experience in directly collaborating with other clinical staff and programs.

Problem Solving

Requires creation of processes and procedures that will impact most or all of the organization and may involve advocating for changes to overall organizational methods or procedures.

Communication

Requires the ability to communicate sensitive messages that may require the audience to change their point of view. Requires the ability to communicate complex or technical information. Respectful, caring and empathetic person and enjoy working with and being around people.

Requires knowledge of Microsoft Office, including outlook, GE Centricity or other EMR, basic computer skills and professional level of written and spoken communication.

Scope of Authority and Impact of Performance

Accountable for very important and sensitive activities within the organization, with an impact felt organization wide.

Work Environment and Physical Demands

Typical office conditions, with occasional exposure to weather and local driving.

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org

Community Health Partnership of Illinois (CHP) is a private 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization in Illinois Dedicated to serving its communities with primary preventative medical, dental, and behavioral health service.  CHP has been in existence for over 50 years and since 1970.  Our employees and providers provide services to over 10,000 patients from 6 counties across central and northern Illinois.

CHP is currently seeking for a Registered Nurse.

Primary Accountability

Under general supervision of the Lead Nurse, the Nurse coordinates health care plans for patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, provide advice and emotional support to patients and their families. The nurse works closely with supervising physicians to assess and monitor patients’ needs, triage patients, administer medication, ensure standard of care is conducted according to the procedures of the organization. The Nurse may, from time-to-time lead assigned clinical program(s). The nurse prepares schedules, oversees patient intake and discharge, monitors and order medication and supplies for his/her assigned clinic(s). Other responsibilities include leading site clinical programs, supporting other clinics, onboarding new nurses, caring for patients, offer guidance and support, maintain a clean and safe working environment, and ensure all operational and clinical regulatory tasks are completed efficiently, in a compliant way and on time.

Primary Responsibilities:

  1. Assessing, observing, and speaking to patients.
  2. Recording details and symptoms of patient medical history and current health.
  3. Preparing patients for exams and treatment.
  4. Administering medications and treatments, then monitoring patients for side effects and reactions.
  5. Creating, implementing, and evaluating patient care plans with the medical team.
  6. Performing wound care, such as cleaning and bandaging them where applicable.
  7. Assisting in other medical procedures as needed.
  8. Operating and monitoring medical equipment.
  9. Drawing blood, urine samples, and other body fluids for lab work.
  10. Educating patients and family members on treatment and care plans, as well as
  11. answering their questions.
  12. Restores and promotes patient’s health by completing the nursing process.
  13. Collaborate with the MA (Medical Assistance) to ensure health risk assessments are completed for all patients (pain management, phq9s and other screening.
  14. Collaborate with physicians/providers and multidisciplinary team members.
  15. Provides physical and psychological support to patients, friends, and families.
  16. Identifies patient care requirements by establishing personal rapport with patients and their families.
  17. Ensure patient referral and tracking are accomplished and patient files are updated with results from referrals and results to include specialty and lab results.
  18. Assure quality of care by adhering to therapeutic standards, measuring health outcomes against patient care goals and hospital or regulatory standards.
  19. Resolve patient problems and needs by utilizing multidisciplinary team strategies.
  20. Maintain a safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
  21. Protect patients and employees by adhering to infection-control policies and protocols; medication administration and storage procedures; and controlled substance regulations.
  22. Documents patient care services by charting patient and department records.
  23. Maintain continuity among nursing teams by documenting and communicating actions, irregularities, and continuing needs.
  24. Maintains patient confidentiality and protects operations by keeping information confidential.
  25. Ensures operation of clinical equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements; calling for repairs; and evaluating new equipment and techniques.
  26. Maintains nursing supplies inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level.
  27. Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops and participating in professional societies.
  28. Maintains a cooperative relationship among health care teams by communicating information and participating in team problem-solving methods.
  29. Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
  30. Supporting the Lead Nurse and Nursing Director on needed clinical, new and existing clinical initiatives.
  31. Support the Nursing Director on the development and implementation of much needed clinical programs to provide added value to our patients, these programs may include but not limited to; Diabetes programming, MAT, and other clinical patient education.
  32. Identify procedures, processes, and patient care and clinical gaps to be addressed and accomplished, as well as, ensuring the resources that will be required to safely carry out the work of the clinic are communicated.
  33. Direct and coach other nurses(new) on patient care, providing guidance and advice and supporting other nurses as needed within the CHP family.
  34. Distribute the work of the clinic nurses, when appropriate, in a manner that makes the best use of available resources, both personnel and material, and which takes into account the knowledge, skills, and abilities of those persons who will be integral to the patient care process.
  35. Document and evaluate the performance of the nurses under their supervision.
  36. Mentoring coaching and training new staff.
  37. Manage critical patient critical calls and ensure processes are in place to address those calls timely.
  38. Identity issues or emergencies and responding/repotting in a calm and efficient manner.
  39. Applies communication theories and techniques in negotiating with patients, families and other staff members to accomplish the nursing care plan.
  40. Initiates and completes the designated forms required by administration in the delivery of patient care.
  41. Audits the patient’s medical record to determine that all orders have been carried out, that laboratory tests are posted, delivered nursing care is documented, and patient progress or lack of progress is described.
  42. Adhere to State Vaccine program, SOJI, PHQ9 compliance requirement inclusive of VFC and adult vaccines and other clinical quality programs.
  43. Collaborate with Lead Nurse and Nursing Director to ensure patient access targets are achieved on a daily basis.
  44. Complete and/or attend training courses that support professional development and objectives for the role as approved.
  45. Support clinical outreach as needed.
  46. Take initiative, reason logically, be creative in developing and introducing new ideas.
  47. Adhere to CHP’s time and effort and time reporting requirements as per CHP policy and procedures in compliance with time and attendance.
  48. Adhere to CHP’s technology guidelines as well as legal and regulatory standards.
  49. Adhere to CHP’s Code of Conduct.
  50. Practice AIDET compliance.
  51. Actively participate in weekly meetings with supervisor and reflective supervision.
  52. Attend all mandatory meetings including all-staff meetings, team meetings and others as requested by the supervisor.
  53. Always demonstrate professional conduct.
  54. Support the departments QA/QI Initiatives.
  55. Perform other related duties as requested.
 

Professional & Technical Knowledge:

  1. Performance of the duties and responsibilities of the Position requires the equivalent of extensive formal training in nursing practices, including an understanding of the profession as it relates to the operations of the organization as acquired through the successful completion of an accredited nursing school program.
  1. Valid nursing degree.

Clinical skills

  1. Bedside manner
  2. Infection control
  3. Physiological knowledge
  4. Administering medication
  5. Medical teamwork
  6. Multitasking, listening, and verbal communication
  7. Health promotion and maintenance
  8. Excellent leadership, communication and interpersonal skills are critical
  9. Attention to detail
  10. Good organizational and analytical skills
  11. Ability to quickly and accurately assess patients’ conditions
  12. A caring and sympathetic manner
  13. Emotional stability
  14. Ability to efficiently handle emergencies and remain calm in stressful situations
  15. to balance administrative tasks and clinical care for patients
  16. Position duties require an understanding of the profession at a level that allows the employee to select methods for others to use (from those already in existence in the profession).
  17. Prior experience in healthcare facility
  18. Excellent leadership, communication and organizational skills
  19. Compassionate with sound judgement and problem-solving skills

Licenses & Certifications:

  1. Valid Illinois nursing license (LPN or RN)
  2. Valid Driver’s license and automobile insurance
  3. CPR certification within 90 days of employment and current certification thereafter
  4. Bachelor’s degree in nursing or more advance Nursing degree
  5. Proficient in Microsoft Office and Medical EMR software
  6. Medication Assisted Treatment Waiver (MAT) trained, or Interest in MAT treatment of
  7. substance use disorders
  8. Annual OSHA/HIPPA training in accordance with the CHP OSHA/HIPPA manual
  9. Annual TB test in accordance with CHP TB policy and procedures
  10. Hepatitis B vaccination/waiver in accordance with CHP Hepatitis B vaccination/waiver protocol.
 

Communication

Requires the ability to communicate sensitive messages that may require the audience to change their point of view. Requires the ability to communicate complex or technical information. Respectful, caring and empathetic person and enjoy working with and being around people.

Requires knowledge of Microsoft Office, including outlook, GE Centricity or other EMR, basic

computer skills and professional level of written and spoken communication.

Work Environment and Physical Demands

Typical office conditions, with occasional exposure to weather and local driving

Work Environment and Physical Demands

Typical office conditions, with occasional exposure to weather and local driving.

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org

Community Health Partnership of Illinois (CHP) is a private 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization in Illinois Dedicated to serving its communities with primary preventative medical, dental, and behavioral health service.  CHP has been in existence for over 50 years and since 1970.  Our employees and providers provide services to over 10,000 patients from 6 counties across central and northern Illinois.

CHP is currently seeking for a Medical Assistant.

Primary Accountability

The Medical Assistant (MA) primary role is to triage patients by Interviewing patients and record their medical history. MAs will measure patients’ vital signs, such as their blood pressure and weigh, help physicians/other providers and nurses with patient examinations, gives patients injections or medications, performs phlebotomy/ services at assigned CHP site and assists physician/providers with various other medical procedures, practicing OSHA safety standards at all times. The MA works collaboratively with the CHP healthcare team to ensure the delivery of high quality, efficient, and patient-centric care is provided to our patients as directed by physicians/providers and as permitted by state law. The MA may also be cross-trained to provide support services including outreach services and other administrative front office work for CHP outreach primary health care services.

Description of Primary Attributes

  • Registers and/or qualifies clients for CHP services.
  • Recording and updating medical histories and contact information in patient files, scheduling patient appointments and performing standard care procedures like drawing blood, checking vitals or collecting lab samples.
  • Oversees all aspects of the immunization program(s) at the site including:
    • Maintaining logs of vaccines, patient temperatures, inventory and ordering, case management and all other requirements for the program.
    • Administering Vaccines per medical provider orders
    • Maintaining all required documentation, reporting and monitoring of phlebotomy and immunization services.
  • Works with Clinic Directors and Managers to develop and carry out health promotion/disease preventionactivities consistent with CHP Health Care Plan.
  • Maintains supplies and equipment, stocking as required and sterilizing instruments.
  • Assists on-site Physician/Providers by:

-Measuring and recording patient vital signs.

-Recording patient interview, history and chief complaint.

  • Preparing patients for examinations and performing routine screening tests.
  • Assisting the physician with exams and minor office procedures.
  • Performing phlebotomy, basic lab tests and collection of other lab specimens.
  • Providing patient education on office policies, medications, management of disease, home treatments and special diets.
  • Disposing of bio-hazardous waste according to OSHA standards.
  • Preparing and administering medications with physician’s authorization.
  • Performs first aid procedures such as:

-Changing dressings

-Applying bandages and removing sutures

  • Performs EKGs and assists with X-rays and physical therapy procedures.
  • Issues referral vouchers and schedules appointments for clients for all primary care services.
  • Provides applicable health education as directed by the provider.
  • Provides information to farmworkers and community members concerning CHP Health programs. Participates in outreach and conducts follow-up client health visits at home or migrant campsites.
  • Participates in regular patient care team huddles and site-specific meetings where ongoing operational, clinical, and quality training occurs.
  • Assists in providing high quality care and follow up for patients (including coordinating medical care/referrals, doing outreach, and another follow-up as directed).
  • Translates/interprets for clients, and at the direction of the Clinic Director.
  • Documents activities in electronic patient health record and other reporting forms. Performs accurate, legal, and ethical documentation at all times.
  • Maintains filing, billing, and reporting system for UDS as required by CHP, DHHS, and other funding organizations.
  • Provides support services (receptionist, health educator, medical interpreter, dental assistant and other duties) for CHP on-site medical and dental services as directed by Clinic Director
  • Schedule appointments.
  • Perform data entry.
  • Clean exam rooms .
  • Answer phone calls.
  • Personally, attends marketing /outreach events include tabling events, presenting to other agencies, conducting training as needed to key stakeholders, sharing the CHP stories and more.
  • Take initiative, reason logically, be creative in developing and introducing new ideas.
  • Adhere to CHP’s technology guidelines as well as legal and regulatory standards.
  • Adhere to CHP’s Code of Conduct.
  • Practice AIDET compliance
  • Actively participate in weekly meetings with supervisor and reflective supervision.
  • Attend all mandatory meetings including all-staff meetings, team meetings and others as requested
  • by the supervisor.
  • Always demonstrate professional conduct.
  • Support the departments QA/QI Initiatives.
  • Perform other related duties as requested.
 

General Development:

1)  Requires basic organizational skills, typically to organize own work.

2)  Position duties require the ability to work independently and as part of a team.

3)  Duties require the ability to effectively perform in response to workflow or ongoing direction by supervisors or others.

4)  Ability to effectively select from pre-established alternatives to resolve situations encountered on the Position.

5)  Duties require the compilation of information.

Professional & Technical Knowledge:

  • Associate’s degree in the medical field. Certified Medical Assistant preferred.
  • Pass a minimum of one exam from a certifying agency.
  • 2+ years of working in the healthcare field.
  • Strong verbal and written skills.
  • Excellent written and communication skills.
  • Superior customer service skills
  • High level of professionalism.

Skills:

  • Knowledge of Centricity, PMS, EMR.
  • Basic keyboard techniques.
  • Basic Patient Care Skills.

Licenses/Certifications:

  • Certificate of completion of Phlebotomy Skills Program from an approved institutional program.
  • Valid Driver’s license and automobile insurance.
  • CPR certification within 90 days of employment and current certification thereafter.
  • Annual OSHA/HIPPA training in accordance with the CHP OSHA/HIPPA.
  • Annual TB test in accordance with CHP TB policy and procedures.
  • Hepatitis B vaccination/waiver in accordance with CHP Hepatitis B vaccination/waiver protocol.
  • Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) AAMA Certification highly desirable.

Communications Skills: 

  • Bi-lingual; Spanish/English and demonstrated cultural competency.
  • Position duties require the employee to effectively communicate basic or non-technical information to coworkers and others.
  • Employees are expected to exercise tact and diplomacy in the resolution of mild conflicts or disagreements.
  • Position duties require the effective communication of information during informal and formal verbal presentations.

Physical Demands:

  • Work requires significant travel inconvenience, moderate weather exposure, or significant driving.
  • Also significant exposure to risk due to the nature of work performed, and potential risk in the field, with groups, or in-home, typically mitigated by multiple staff present. Moderate patient risk even with controls in place (sharp objects, etc.).
  • Long periods of sitting, some standing, and walking as well as considerable bending.
  • Must be able to lift 35 lbs or less.
  • Manual dexterity is required.
  • Must possess normal vision or correctible to within normal ranges.
  • Work may include extended periods of time viewing a computer monitor and or operating a keyboard.
  • OSHA Category I Position Classification for occupational exposure to blood and other
  • possibly infectious materials.
 
Work Environment and Physical Demands

  • Typical office conditions, with occasional exposure to weather and local driving.
  • Physical Requirements:
  • Most of the work the Bookkeeper will do will be in an office, lifting and carrying 35 pounds, deal with time sensitive requests and may be exposed to outdoor temperature extremes, including dust.
 

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org

Community Health Partnership of Illinois (CHP) is a private 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization in Illinois Dedicated to serving its communities with primary preventative medical, dental, and behavioral health service.  CHP has been in existence for over 50 years and since 1970.  Our employees and providers provide services to over 10,000 patients from 6 counties across central and northern Illinois.  

CHP is currently seeking a Full Time Facility Supervisor to supervise and coordinate the day-to-day maintenance and support of buildings, grounds, vehicles, and facilities systems.  Oversees installing, inspecting, repairing, and maintain building systems, including mechanical, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, safety, and waste management. 

Essential Duties are the following:

  • Supervise all CHP drivers ensuing that they meet all the State of Illinois requirements
  • Ensure all drivers maintain application drivers’ licenses which includes CDL certifications
  • Drive as needed to support patient passenger transport and to support CHP community outreach clinical and administrative initiatives
  • Must be cross trained to support outreach staff in outreach settings
  • Ensure all motors vehicles meet the State, County, and City requirements
  • Ensure vehicle registration and other required documents are maintained onboard CHP vehicles
  • Ensure applicate vehicle insurance is in place for all vehicles in collaboration with leadership
  • Ensure HRSA Steven Amendment language and other related disclaimers language is displayed in plain view on all building and motor vehicles
  • Perform routine maintenance on facilities/vehicles and making repairs as needed
  • Schedule routine inspections and emergency repairs with outside vendors
  • Manage the maintenance and work order schedule of all vehicles and buildings
  • Secure appropriate vendor to support the maintenance of all buildings and vehicles and manage a list of vendors that supports reporting purposes and compliance requirements
  • Monitors the safety and cleanliness of interior and exterior areas, such as offices, conference rooms, parking lots, outdoor recreation spaces, vehicles and other areas supervised
  • Delegate cleaning and maintenance tasks to appropriate environmental staff while ensuring OSHA and Joint Commission standards are met
  • Supervise Emergency planning at all CHP locations and ensuring that CHP emergency plan compliance is adhered to, documentation is maintained.
  • Ensure that all new and old facility equipment meets the Joint Commission test; operational or functional test performed to ensure that all device performs as per manufacturer specifications, whether old or new, in accordance with test procedures in the manufacturer’s instructions for use.
  • Ensure that any equipment transported between sites be tested to ensure that the device, the electrical safety and proper operation have not been compromised while in transit working in collaboration with equipment maintenance vendors for applicable clinical and non-clinical equipment
  • Collaborate with the Purchasing Agent and other key leaders to ensure Materials Data Safety Sheet (MSDS) compliance
  • Ensuing proper security measures for the workplace, including collaborating with security system vendors, IT leads, Operations leads or a team of security professionals
  • Maintain day-to-day operations of facilities, such as delegating or completing maintenance Orders and report
  • Creating reports on maintenance, repairs, safety, and other occurrences for supervisors and other relevant staff review
  • Maintain a mileage tracking system for all CHP vehicles to meet funder requirements and Leadership reporting requirements
  • Prepare facilities for changing weather conditions and publish inclement weather condition memos to all staff
  • Maintain a database of all employee contact and alternate contact for emergency purposes and to meet Joint commission and other requirements.
  • Manage other building equipment to support organization compliance to include but not limited to generators for clinical support of medications
  • Collaborating with building owners/landlords and upper management on budgeting and other facilities repair needs
 

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org 

 

Community Health Partnership of Illinois (CHP) is a private 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organizations in Illinois Dedicated to serving its communities with primary preventative medical, dental, and behavioral health services.

CHP has been in existence for over 50 years and since 1970.  Our employees, and providers provide services to over 10,000 patients from 6 counties across central and northern Illinois.

We are currently looking for a Part-Time Compliance Officer to oversee CHP’s organizational compliance activities, functioning as an independent body that will proactively put in place processes to prevent, detect, reviews, and evaluates compliance issues and or concerns.  In addition, the Compliance Officer ensures the Board of Directors, members of senior leadership, and all employees  follow the rules and regulations of regulatory agencies, licensing agencies, federal and state laws, that the organization’s policies and procedures are being followed and that behavior in the organization meets the organization’s Code of Conduct/Ethics and aligns with the organization’s mission and values.

The Compliance Office also collaborates with CHP Quality /Risk Management Director to ensure sound compliance and risk strategies are in place.   This position reports the Chief Executive Officer.

Essential Duties are the following:

  • Oversees and monitors the development/implementation of the organization’s compliance
  • Program inclusive of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)requirements
  • Provides guidance and assists in the identification, implementation, and maintenance of agency compliance policies and procedures in coordination with the senior leadership team and legal counsel
  • Maintains current knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local laws, and funding requirements, monitors for revisions to ensure organization adaptation and compliance.
  • Completes internal compliance reviews of organizational records to ensure compliance with applicable requirements, rules, laws, and licensure criteria. Completes annual compline department QA/QI plan for leadership reporting
  • Provides ongoing staff training to address and or prevent specific concerns as it relates to quality
  • of programs and services
  • Reviews incident reports and incident data and monitors quality of documentation, notification and compliance with time frames collaborating with the Quality and Risk Management Director
  • Monitors and conducts periodic audits of documentation as it relates it relates to billing requirements and works with operational staff to prevent recoupments
  • Establishes, and implements standard policies, procedures, and best practices across the company to promote compliance with applicable laws and contractual obligations.
  • Audits financial front-line collections/ vaccines/travel reimbursement and medication
  • Inventory not limited to but include CHP’s 340B drug program and other programs
 

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org

 

Functions as front desk receptionist for the medical, dental and behavioral health clinic and provides other administrative support as requested. Works in collaboration with the CHP healthcare teams as well as our outreach team to ensure the delivery of high quality, efficient, and patient-centric care.

POSITION SUMMARY:
1) Performs a variety of clinic receptionist duties including:

  • Greeting patients, vendors and other visitors.
  • Registering and/or qualifying patients for CHP services.
  • Checking in patients and acquiring updated insurance and demographic information, including family income and supporting documentation.
  • Scheduling patient appointments for all primary health care and dental services.

2) Assist with proactive patient reminders calls and letters for medical services due as determined by the clinic director.
3) Performs patient exit services such as billing patients for services rendered, explaining billing practices, and arranging for follow-up appointments as necessary.
4) Handles patient records and related documentation

Requirements 
1) Bilingual Spanish/English required
2) Previous knowledge/training Dentrix, Centricity and/or other Dental and Medical electronic records
3) Duties require the ability to effectively perform in response to workflow or ongoing direction by supervisors or others
4) Minimum of a High School Diploma, experience working in a medical/dental practice strongly preferred

We offer a competitive wage, excellent benefits and supportive work environment with other dedicated professionals.

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org

Dental Assistant (English/Spanish bi-lingual required)

POSITION SUMMARY:

  • Under supervision, assists dentist in the routine handling and treatment of patients
  • Assists hygienist as needed to maintain clinic workflow.
  • Preparation, processing and maintenance of dental instruments supplies and equipment
  • Takes quality digital radiographs
  • Bilingual fluency (Spanish/English) is required
  • Ability to work independently and as part of team
  • Performs basic dental office duties
  • Participates in outreach and community education activities
  • Knowledge of dental computer applications is beneficial
  • Certification in Expanded Functions is highly desirable.
  • Must have graduated from a DA program and/or have a minimum of 1 year experience to be considered
  • High School graduate

Competitive salary, excellent employee benefit package, and supportive work environment with other dedicated professionals.

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org

POSITION SUMMARY:

The LCSW will – professionally apply social work methods and theory to the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of psychosocial dysfunction, impairment, or disability, including mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders for families, individuals, groups, and organizations.   Screen medical records, conduct interviews and assessments, set treatment goals, and arrange for expediting and coordinating services. Provide comprehensive mental health services in accordance NASW (National Association of Social Workers) code of ethics, with peer consultation and Medical Director over sight, as needed.  Work in collaboration with the CHP healthcare team to ensure the delivery of high quality, efficient, and patient-centric care.

Requirements:

  • Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) and demonstrated cultural competency. 
  • Master’s degree in social work from an accredited institution. 
  • Experience in clinical social work activities, preferred. 
  • Illinois State Licensed Clinical Social Worker License.

This is a permanent full time position for the Mendota Clinic site.

Competitive wage, excellent benefits and supportive work environment with other dedicated professionals. 

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org

PART-TIME DENTAL HYGIENIST
HARVARD AND AURORA, IL

Community Health Partnership of Illinois (CHP) is seeking a mission-driven Dental Hygienist with a passion for the dental healthcare needs of migrant, seasonal farmworker and rural, underserved populations.

  • Provides quality clinical and dental hygiene services, as well as oral health education, to patients of assigned clinic(s).
  • Performs basic dental hygiene procedures as specified by the Illinois Dental Practice Act, including:
  • Using dental instruments to clean calcareous deposits, accretions, and stains from teeth and beneath gum margins to include prophylaxis, periodontal debridement and scaling and root planning.
  • Performing coronal polishing.
  • Placing dental sealants.
  • Palpating and visually examining patient’s extra-oral and intra-oral structures for abnormal conditions or signs of disease.
  • Charting normal conditions of teeth and surrounding structures and conditions of decay and disease in paper or electronic dental record (Dentrix) for diagnosis and treatment by dentist.
  • Experience working with children and Spanish language skills are a plus
  • Exposes and interprets radiographs (Dexis) and uses Dentrix to documents services, creates, maintains and updates patient charts, records, and information.
  • High School graduate
  • Possesses specific professional knowledge or business/industry acumen frequently acquired through completion of a Bachelor’s degree or RDH Degree from an accredited 2 – 4 year college or university.
  • Current licensure as a Registered Dental Hygienist in Illinois.
  • Competitive wage and supportive work environment with other dedicated professionals.
 

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org

Seeking drivers for Community Health Partnership of Illinois (Champaign, Mendota, Aurora, Harvard and Kankakee area) responsible for transporting packages, patients and support medical outreach and educational activities for a 501 c 3 nonprofit organization . Duties include, but are not limited to; delivering packages from site to site, transportation patients to and from home to medical appointment, support medical outreach and education in a timely manner. Drivers are responsible for transporting clients or handling deliveries in a timely manner, and they may have to work nights and weekends to accomplish some outreach activities/duties. Common duties, requirements and responsibilities for drivers are to:

·       Must have a CDL license.

·       Transport clients and packages to and from Health Center Clinics.

·       Transport clients/patient to and from medical appointments.

·       Arrive at destinations on schedule.

·       Fulfill administrative needs, like office pickups.

·       Research and plan for traffic, construction and weather delays.

·       Use navigation applications to determine the best route.

·       Maintain a route log daily, mileage records and repair records up to date.

·       Always interact with clients professionally.

·       Ensure that the vehicle is always clean, meets state requirements, fueled and ready for use.

·       Arrange for vehicle repairs.

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org

Health Information Technology Specialist

CHP’s Health Information Technology / Information Technology (HIT/IT) Specialist reports to the IT Director and collaborates with the Data Integrity Specialist and other key leaders as the technical expert for the development, implementation, management, and support of IT and EMR systems and networks(both clinical and other operations software). The HIT Specialist evaluates new and enhanced approaches to delivering IT services; support staff and providers on EMR clinical protocols and workflows, test and optimize the functionality of systems, networks, and data; support hardware and software need and collaborate with the IT Director to ensure CHP has a compliant IT inventory system in place.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Evaluates new hardware and software needs to meet CHP and staff requirements.
  • Maintains and manage an organization-wide inventory of IT equipment

               -(hardware, databased, software and software licenses, and maintain compliance)

  • Works with Management Team to develop strategies for IT systems and acquires hardware/software to meet application needs.
  • Designs, leads, and facilitates employee training on electronic medical/dental record software and related applications and workflows.
  • Designs, leads, and facilitates employee onboarding and/or ongoing HIPAA compliance and IT security training.
  • Serves as a point of contact for the entire organization for all IT and EHR troubleshooting issues.

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org

Providing mobile dentistry-dental services on-site, usually in a mobile dental clinic, instead of having patients come to a brick-and-mortar office and may provide some brick-and-mortar office services as well.
Traveling to homes or facilities, performing dental examinations and procedures, and inputting patient data and clinical documentation into the electronic health medical record.
 
Description of Primary Responsibilities

  • Fixing and or removing damaged teeth
  • Filling cavities
  • Performing exams and evaluating x-rays to determine a patient’s health.
  • Developing treatment plans to deal with any dental health issues.
  • Administering or prescribing medications to decrease pain and improve patient health.
  • Interacting with patients and instruct them on proper oral care.
  • Measuring and fitting dental appliances.
  • Referring patients to a specialist of needed.
 

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org

Under direct supervision, the Registered Dental Assistant serves as a chair-side dental assistant and performs dental procedures within the scope of practice. Responsible for taking x-rays, operatory setup and clean-up, and stocking of supplies. Provides patient/family oral health education and instruction.

 

Required Minimum Qualifications

Education:

  • High School graduate or equivalent
 

Experience/Training:

  • Infection control
  • X-ray safety
  • OSHA standards
  • Operation of 38 foot mobile dental clinic (training will be provided upon hire)
 

License / Certification:

  • CA Registered Dental Assistant license
  • Valid CA Drivers License
  • Current Healthcare Provider BLS certification
  • X-ray license
  • Coronal polish certificate.
 

Knowledge / Skills / Abilities

  • Word processing/ computer skills and familiarity with front office procedures preferred
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Knowledge of sterilization and operatory set-up procedures
  • Knowledge of developing and mounting x-rays
  • Ability to file charts and confirming appointments in and timely and orderly manner

 

Preferred:

  • Bilingual – English/Spanish
 

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org

Providing primary medical and complete progress notes and assessments in the electronic health record within a timely manner. Provide services to consumers based on current risk and status. Work with external stakeholders – such as hospitals, farms,  public schools, shelters, jails, primary care – to achieve positive client outcomes.

 

Description of Primary Responsibilities

  • The ability to meet, engage vulnerable people in various settings and life circumstances.
  • Sensitivity to emotional cues of others; respond appropriately; interview in a non-threatening manner.
  • Inclusive, positive attitude toward vulnerable people

Qualification:

  • RN degree from an accredited school of nursing
  •  Advanced nursing degree from an accredited school or college of nursing.

License/Certifications

  • Current License as a registered nurse, Illinois
  • Advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) license, Illinois
  • Approved APRN board certification
  • BLS Certification
  • DEA License
 

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org

Responsible for the assessment of clients and treatment of human responses to actual or potential health problems by utilizing the nurse’s process, health screenings and education, and provision of care supportive to the needs of the clients seen. Nurse will provide health screenings on mobile outreach vehicle and/or community outreach event. 
 
Responsibilities

 

  •  Plans and coordinates outreach program in conjunction with administrative grant manager.
  • Takes health history, vital signs and weight of clients.
  • Performs finger stick for Cholesterol/HDL/glucose screening and correctly uses Cholestech system
  • Draws blood for laboratory utilizing correct venipuncture technique, properly documents, maintains universal precautions and centrifuges specimens.
  • Communicate abnormal results to client and provide education and information on ways to improve blood pressure or lab results. Refer to local emergency department, personal physician or CHP clinic as the situation dictates. 
  • Educates clients and families on health risk factors and other health concerns as appropriate.
  • If indicated, provided clients a referral for follow up care at their personal physician or, if uninured, a CHP clinic or practice provide care on a  sliding-scale basis. Contact referred clients provide a reminder to schedule their follow up visit.
  • Breaks down site at end of day while maintaining the safety of the site and integrity of the specimens obtained.
  • Assists with site-to-site moves
  • Focuses care on age-specific and culturally relevant needs of the clients.
  • Assists with maintain bus equipment (i.e. EKG, Cholestech, refrigerator, thermometer, BP cuffs, etc).  Tracks and records safety checks and Biomed inspections as appropriate.
 

License/Certifications

  • BS in Nursing required
  • Registered Nurse in Illinois. BLS required
  • Minimum two years med-surg clinical experience with an emphasis on community health (and cardiovascular care).
  • Patient teach/counseling experience preferred. Bi-lingual (English/Spanish) highly desirable. 
  • Must be able to perform cardiovascular patient assessment using point-of-care testing equipment and assist with transport of supplies to and from community site. 
  • Continuing education, annual health assessment, Fit testing, flu vaccination and community health education as directed.
 

Preferred:

Bilingual – English/Spanish

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org

Our clinic teams bring healthcare services directly to the communities we serve, and where we are needed most: farms, nurseries, worker housing sites, and community events where our target population lives.
Our goals are to:

  • Enroll individuals and families as patients in our health center to provide them a welcoming “health care home” for their primary health care needs.
  • Conduct health risk assessments that include an inventory of behaviors that impact health status.
  • Provide health screenings, including blood pressure, blood glucose, BMI, depression and oral health. We also offer essential medical and dental care, where feasible. Those who need follow-up are referred to one of our health clinics.
  • Provide education on how to stay healthy, manage chronic conditions, and prevent illness and accidents, at home and at work.

And most importantly, establish trust with the communities we serve.

CHP Open Paid (and volunteer) Positions, flexible hours
(Bilingual English/Spanish preferred)
Physicians, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners
CHP Locations
Aurora* Harvard* Kankakee*
Mendota* Rantoul

We are an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity. CHP is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

To Apply Click Here: https://community-health-partnership-of-illinois.gnahiring.com

Questions? Call: 312-795-0000 ext. 224

Email Resume To: Tiffany Lott I tlott@chpofil.org

Community Health Partnership of Illinois is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, age, sex or gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, pregnancy-related conditions, and lactation), gender identity or expression (including transgender status), sexual orientation, marital status, military service and veteran status, physical or mental disability, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local laws and ordinances.

The work that we do, the impact we make and why work at CHP:

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