High Plains Community Health Center Employment Center
High Plains Community Health Center Is An Equal Opportunity EmployerIn order to provide equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals, employment decisions at High Plains Community Health Center will be based on merit, qualifications, and abilities. High Plains Community Health Center does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability or any other classification in accordance with federal, state and local statutes, regulations and ordinances.
Official ApplicationPlease review our current job postings below. If you are interested in applying for a position, please fill out our official online job application located at the bottom of each job posting. If you do not see a position for which you are interested, but would like to have an application on file for future openings, you may click on General Application.
Legal InformationHigh Plains Community Health Center will maintain your application for as long as legally required. Upon submitting your application we will take every effort to review it for proper consideration. If your qualifications meet the current needs of High Plains Community Health Center, our Human Resources Department will contact you.
Drug TestingHigh Plains Community Health Center is committed to providing a safe, efficient, and productive work environment for all employees. To help ensure a safe and healthful working environment, each applicant to whom an offer of employment has been made will be required as a condition of employment to undergo a substance test. Applicants will be asked to read the policy and sign a Pre-Employment Offer and Employee Consent to Drug Screening.
OpeningsIf an open position is not currently available, we will maintain your application for six months and consider it for future openings. If you meet the qualifications of the position and are selected for an interview, Human Resources or the Hiring Manager will phone or e-mail you. Thank you for your interest in High Plains Community Health Center.
NIMAA Medical AssistantThe National Institute for Medical Assistant Advancement (NIMAA) is a nonprofit education institute that trains Medical Assistants to work effectively in today's high-performing primary care settings. Students gain hands-on learning in leading primary care clinics.
*Classes run from September 2019 through April 2020
*Students must spend at least 240 hours in their clinic (High Plains)
*Students must be 18 years of age or older by May 1, 2020 with high school diploma, GED or equivalent
*Application fee: $25, Tuition:$6000, Program Fees: $760
*HIGH PLAINS will be offering a full tuition scholarship for up to six students that qualify!
Apply HERE to start your FREE TUITION OPPORTUNITY with NIMAA and High Plains.
Patient FacilitatorCare is provided to patients of High Plains Community Health Center on a patient centered basis characterized by excellent customer service, timely appointment scheduling and rapid visit cycle times. Performance of all duties with patient except what the provider will do.
Family Planning CoordinatorGrant funded full time position that will work with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's Family Planning Program. Coordinator will complete all required reporting, assist with a marketing campaign for the program, qualify eligible patients for the program and ensure that High Plains has the tools needed to offer the Family Planning Program to area residents. Associates degree required. Spanish speaking preferred but not required.
Behavioral Health ClinicianFull time position for a team player who has a great attitude and a passion for integrated health Care. Applicant must have a Master's Degree with valid professional license or ability to obtain professional licensure within 60 days of date hired. Primary job duties are to work closely with medical and dental through treatment plans, brief therapy principles, and effective diagnosis. BH Clinician will work with individuals, groups, and families. Spanish speaking preferred.
ReceptionistFull time position. Receptionist will assist patients with making medical appointments and referrals, answer phones, scan medical records and more. Applicant must have a High School Diploma or equivalent with a preference of two years office or customer serve experience. Spanish speaking preferred but not required.
Family Practice PhysicianExempt Full-time position. Applicant must be a graduate of an accredited school for MD/DO and has specialized care in primary care family practice. The position will be open until filled. High Plains is a National Health Service Corp student loan repayment site.
Behavioral Health Student FellowshipHigh Plains is looking for students who are completing master's degree programs in Social Work or Clinical Mental Health. High Plains would help you complete your internship and fellowship hours for the completion of your degree and assist with licensure post schooling. Students would be eligible for monetary assistance during schooling for tuition, books, and other approved education expenses. Future employment with High Plains required.
Health CoachHealth Coach is an active member of the High Plains through work done in a variety of ways with our patient population. health Coach provides education through classes, outreach, and goal setting while using Motivational Interviewing. The Health Coach is involved in outreach events throughout the service area and works to connect patients with appropriate resources. A Bachelor's Degree in human services such as social work, sociology or psychology required. Additional related experience will substitute for the educational requirement. Spanish speaking preferred but not required.
Billing ClerkBilling Clerk will have the abilities necessary to perform in the Billing Clerk role to include knowledge in a medical setting that utilizes computerized A/R systems, billing of claims to Medicare Medicaid and various insurance companies, reconciling of patient accounts,bank statements and collection. Billing Clerk is mathematically inclined and self-motivated, have good typing skills, computer familiarity and preferably with PCN experience.Must have a high school degree or equivalency. Spanish speaking preferred but not required.
Dental HygienistDental Hygienist candidate must have the working knowledge and skills in all phases of the field of dental hygiene including oral hygiene including oral hygiene procedures and the use of equipment, instruments and materials. Candidate must have knowledge of preventative dentistry and is able to instruct patients individually and in groups. Dental Hygienist has graduated from an accredited school of dental hygiene and possess a current Colorado license as a Registered Dental Hygienist. Position is open to be filled immediately.
Finance ClerkFinance Clerk will assist the Vice President of Finance Services in duties that include but are not limited to: reconciliation processes, biweekly payroll, accounts payable, and grant accounting. Associates degree or high school diploma, or equivalent, and five year's experience is required.
Care CoordinatorCare Coordinator will work with patients through interviews, telephone calls and coordination of services to reduce Emergency Room usage and prevent re-hospitalizations. Care Coordinators will assist patients in following through their discharge planning and with utilization of medical home team appointments and services. Care Coordinator will act as a liaison in greeting patients set up with appropriate resources within the community.
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