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Please submit inquiries for positions listed below to Heidi@hccnetwork.org
 

Staff Accountant

POSITION SUMMARY
The Staff Accountant is responsible for supporting finance, which includes development, preparation and maintenance of all financial systems, employee benefit files and grant documentations.  Responsibilities also include working with the Comptroller and Director of Operations on monthly financial reports, financial planning, and periodic audits. The Staff Accountant is responsible for all areas of data management with regard to finance.

QUALIFICATIONS
• An undergraduate degree and five years’ experience as an accountant, bookkeeper and/or finance manager is highly desired.  Candidates with an equivalent combination of experience and education will be considered
• Experience managing payroll, federal, state and private grants and contracts
• Experience working in a small- to medium-size non-profit organization
• Basic knowledge of fiscal accountability, risk management and compliance
• Familiarity with developing, reviewing and maintaining policies, procedures
• Technology expertise including MS Office, specialized Accounting, and Grants software
• Demonstrated excellent written and verbal communication skills

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Payroll:
• Process payroll and understand applicable payroll law
• Reconciliation of employee benefits (Health, Life, Ancillary, 401K, Flex Spending, etc.)

Financial Statements:
• Reconciliation of bank statements
• Prepare monthly financial statements on the GAAP basis of accounting, including calculation of all accruals, prepaid insurance, depreciation, allowance for bad debt and contractual adjustments, restricted net assets, etc.
• Maintain depreciation schedule according to federal grant guidelines
• Assist with preparation of annual financial and A-133 audit
• Assist with preparation of Form 990
• Assist with preparation of Medicare and Medicaid Cost Reports
• Prepare grant reconciliations for multiple grants for varying budget periods and assist with required reporting
• Prepare reconciliations for ancillary programs including 340B, labs, hardship, etc.

AP/AR:
• Assist with accounts payable, receivable and other accounting functions as needed

PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS

• Flexible, versatile and comfortable in a rapidly changing environment while maintaining effectiveness and efficiency
• Highly confidential with data and information
• Ability to work independently without constant supervision
• Act as a principal steward of the organization’s resources
• Uphold the mission, values, and principles of the organization at all times 
• Ability to see the big picture and understand the consequences throughout the system

ESSENTIAL ABILITIES REQUIREMENTS

• Physical – moving, walking, balancing, kneeling, crouching, stooping, reaching, standing, pushing, pulling and lifting
• Mental – forecasting, analyzing, synthesizing, explaining, adapting, comprehending, interpreting data, organizational skills, public speaking, conflict resolution, active listening skills, and flexibility
• Sensory – full vision and hearing acuity
HCC reserves the right to revise or change job duties and responsibilities as the business need arises.  In compliance with EEOC 29 CFR part 1630, if the essential functions of this position cannot be performed in a satisfactory manner by the employee, further accommodations shall be made if it does not constitute undue hardships upon this organization.  This job specification should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards of the position.  Incumbents will follow any other instructions, and perform any other related duties, as may be required by their supervisor.


Licensed Mental Health Provider

POSITION SUMMARY

Provide professional substance abuse and mental health counseling to patients.

QUALIFICATIONS

• Minimum of Master’s Degree in psychology, social work, behavior analysis, human development, or special education related field of study preferred. Consideration will also be given to a master’s degree in related human services field of study.
• Hold a current or provisional license to practice (i.e. LPC, LCSW, LMFT, Psychologist) in the State of Missouri
• Competency in providing cognitive and behavioral interventions in a health care setting
• Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively with health center staff, patients, and other clinicians as necessary

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

• Coordinate counseling services with other health center clinical staff; coordinates medication management with psychiatrist, psychologist and medical providers as applicable
• Develop and implement individualized treatment plans with current diagnosis
• Schedule follow-up appointments with patients
• Provide individual, couple, group or family therapy according to the patient’s treatment needs
• Conduct mental health and substance abuse assessments and diagnosis
• Crisis intervention-walk in, phone, or referral
• Complete referrals and applications for patients in need of residential treatment
• Chart clinical date for diagnosis, treatment, referral, accountability and research as required by funding sources and in compliance with all applicable company policies and procedures. Charting may include assessment, progress notes, and necessary billing information.
• Supervise Behavioral Health Consultants and Interns/Practicum Students as necessary
• Serve on committees as assigned
• Assist in development and delivery of provider training and education
• Participate in quality improvement activities
• Participate in local behavioral health trainings and conferences
• Maintain appropriate size caseload in meeting productivity expectations
• Attend outpatient staff meetings for agency communication, clinical consultation and trainings
• Coordinate provision of clinical services for patients with other programs and/or medical services; maintain current licensure to be in good standing with the licensure board
•  Other duties as assigned

PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS

• Flexible, versatile and comfortable in a rapidly changing environment while maintaining effectiveness and efficiency
• Highly confidential with data and information
• Ability to work independently without constant supervision
• Act as a principal steward of the organization’s resources
• Uphold the mission, values, and principles of the organization at all times 
• Ability to see the big picture and understand the consequences throughout the system

ESSENTIAL ABILITIES REQUIREMENTS

• Physical – moving, walking, balancing, kneeling, crouching, stooping, reaching, standing, pushing, pulling and lifting
• Mental – forecasting, analyzing, synthesizing, explaining, adapting, comprehending, interpreting data, organizational skills, public speaking, conflict resolution, active listening skills, and flexibility
• Sensory – full vision and hearing acuity

 

Dental Assistant:

POSITION TITLE:    Dental Assistant  
REPORTS TO:    Clinic Manager
DATE:      February 2016
Concordia, Mo based with travel to other clinics in the organization.

POSITION SUMMARY

The dental assistant is responsible for assisting the dentist in the provision of quality dental services to patients of the Live Well Clinic. This position will report mainly to our Concordia location, but must have the flexibility to travel between all HCC/LWCHC locations. Candidates must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and automobile liability insurance that meets company requirements.

QUALIFICATIONS

• Graduation from an accredited Dental Assisting program or at least 1 year dental assisting experience preferred
• Permit to assist with and monitor nitrous oxide sedation preferred
• Experience working with dental software is preferred
• Previous experience working in a community health clinic is preferred
• Bilingual (English/Spanish) applicants will be given preference
• Current CPR/BLS Certification
• Knowledge of various dental materials and compounds used by the dentist and ability to mix compounds following rigid guidelines
• Knowledge of dental instruments and the use of each
• Ability to relate well with patients and other healthcare personnel
• Social and cultural sensitivity appropriate to ethnically and economically diverse patient- and employee-base
• Willingness to educate patients and the community in health maintenance and the role of the health care team
• Ability to multitask & work well under pressure
• Commitment to expanding access to care for the underserved

DUITES & RESPONSIBILITIES

Works in collaboration with the Dentist to provide comprehensive dental services to all patients, including but not limited to:
• Reviews all medical histories at every visit & communicates pertinent information to the dentist
• Utilizes dental software to accurately chart all existing dental restorations, oral conditions, and proposed treatment, as dictated by the Dentist
• Assesses need for appropriate radiographs
• Acquires diagnostic digital intraoral and panoramic radiographs when indicated
• Supports the dentist’s treatment recommendations
• Understands and is able to explain all dental procedures in a manner that is easily understood by patients
• Discusses all procedures, responds to patient/parent questions, and obtains informed consent for all dental procedures
• Provides chair-side assistance to the dentist during dental procedures
• Assists the dental hygienist and front office staff upon request or during “down time”
• Accurately documents informed consent, refusal, and treatment options in patient record
• Accurately documents all procedures in the patient record
• Manages the flow of patients through excellent communication with the dentist and front office staff, including the ability to prioritize and keep the dentist on schedule
• Maintains an appropriate supply of dental materials and supplies by properly disposing and replacing outdated products and ordering new products within a pre-determined budget and upon approval by the Dental Clinic Coordinator
• Any other duties as delegated by the Dentist or Dental Clinic Coordinator

Works in collaboration with the Dental Hygienist and other Assistants to ensure safety of dental clinic staff and patients, including but not limited to:
• Maintains compliance with OSHA standards
• Ensures proper sterilization & disinfection techniques
• Responsible for the maintenance & cleanliness of the dental operatories and sterilization area
• Recognizes emergency situations and follows established emergency protocols
• Any other duties as delegated by the Dentist or Dental Clinic Coordinator

Assures integration of patient education into all aspects of dental treatment:
• Educates patients on their homecare status and techniques to improve plaque control.
• Incorporates parent/guardian into education regime for every child
• Explains importance of maintaining appointment sequence to every patient
• Discusses complications that may result if the patient fails to complete the treatment plan
• Provides anticipatory guidance, nutritional counseling, and tobacco cessation, when applicable
• Instructs each patient in proper post-operative care


ESSENTIAL ABILITIES REQUIREMENTS

• Physical – moving, walking, balancing, kneeling, crouching, stooping, reaching, standing, pushing, pulling and lifting
• Mental – forecasting, analyzing, synthesizing, explaining, adapting, comprehending, interpreting data, organizational skills, public speaking, conflict resolution, active listening skills, and flexibility
• Sensory – full vision and hearing acuity
• Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation required due to potential travel requirements of the position

HCC reserves the right to revise or change job duties and responsibilities as the business need arises.  In compliance with EEOC 29 CFR part 1630, if the essential functions of this position cannot be performed in a satisfactory manner by the employee, further accommodations shall be made if it does not constitute undue hardships upon this organization.  This job specification should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards of the position.  Incumbents will follow any other instructions, and perform any other related duties, as may be required by their supervisor.

Dentist

SALARY RANGE: $120,000 - $140,000 with loan repayments available for some employees; full time benefits, continuing education and licensing fee reimbursements.

POSITION SUMMARY

The Dentist is responsible for the overall quality of care delivered by the Health Centers.  The Dentist provides diagnostic, therapeutic and emergency dental services to patients; works collaboratively with dental hygienists and support staff; and, ensures services meet standards of best practices.

QUALIFICATIONS

• Graduation from an accredited DDS/DMD program.
• Prefer previous experience providing care at a community health center or similar environment.
• Current Missouri license to practice Dentistry.
• Obtain a valid Missouri B.N.D.D. and Federal D.E.A license.
• Ability to relate well with patients and other health care personnel.
• Social and cultural sensitivity appropriate to ethnically and economically diverse patient-and employee-base.
• Willingness to educate patients and the community in health maintenance and the role of the health care team.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Diagnostic, therapeutic and emergency dental services to patients including but not limited to:
• Review all medical histories at every visit.
• Chart pathologic conditions and report these to the patient.
• Develop written treatment plan with all options explained to patient.
• Discuss informed consent with all patients prior to initiating any treatment. 
• Explain planned procedure and any alternative procedures, disclosure of any significant material risks associated with any alternative, and responding to patient questions.
• Document the informed consent in the patient’s chart.
• Identify the approximate number of visits and the time needed to complete the care will be noted on the treatment plan.
• Treat patients first for pain and infection.
• Recommends referrals to specialists when appropriate.
• Enters and signs all treatment provided on treatment page.
• Meets clinical standards of practice as described in the quality assurance program.
• Recommends revisions in the quality assurance program to the Network.
• Participates in the quality assurance program at least bi-annually or as directed by the Dental Clinic Coordinator as an evaluator.
• Participates in the quality assurance program at least bi-annually as one who is assessed.
• Refers patient grievances that cannot be resolved to the Dental Clinic Coordinator.
• Supervises care delivered by dental hygienists and assistants including but not limited to:
• Instructs assigned dental assistants in chair side, laboratory, sterilization and radiology procedures.
• Oversees maintenance and cleanliness of dental operatories.
• Partners with the Dental Clinic Coordinator in scheduled evaluations of staff.
• Conducts community development activities including outreach in regional schools and represents the Network at various community functions.
• Any additional duties as determined by the Network

Assures integration of patient education into all treatment phases:
• Refers patients to the dental hygienist as necessary.
• Discusses home care status and techniques with patients who demonstrate sub optimal plaque control.
• Provides consultation for dental hygienists when requested.
• Incorporates parent/guardian into education regime for every child.
• Explains importance of maintaining appointments sequence to every patient.
• Explains the need for maintenance of oral conditions as a priority to fixed prosthodontics treatment.

PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS
• Flexible, versatile and comfortable in a rapidly changing environment while maintaining effectiveness and efficiency.
• Act as a principal steward of the organization’s resources.
• Ability to balance the needs of the client with the realities of the organization.
• Uphold the mission, values, and principles of the organization at all times. 
• Values assessment and measurement in order to improve quality, efficiencies and effectiveness of programs and staff.
• Social and cultural sensitivity appropriate to ethnically and economically diverse patient- and employee-base.
• Ability to work under pressure.
• Commitment to expanding access to care for the underserved.


Physician

Salary Range: $90,000-$130,000

POSITION SUMMARY

The Physician is responsible for the overall quality of care delivered by the Health Centers.  The Physician provides diagnostic, therapeutic and emergency primary care services to patients; works collaboratively with primary care hygienists and support staff; and, ensures services meet standards of best practices.

QUALIFICATIONS

• Graduation from an accredited MD/DO program.
• Prefer previous experience providing care at a community health center or similar environment.
• Current Missouri license to practice Medicine.
• Obtain a valid Missouri B.N.D.D. and Federal D.E.A license.
• Ability to relate well with patients and other health care personnel.
• Social and cultural sensitivity appropriate to ethnically and economically diverse patient-and employee-base.
• Willingness to educate patients and the community in health maintenance and the role of the health care team.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Diagnostic, therapeutic and emergency primary care services to patients including but not limited to:
• Review all medical histories at every visit.
• Chart pathologic conditions and report these to the patient.
• Develop written treatment plan with all options explained to patient.
• Discuss informed consent with all patients prior to initiating any treatment. 
• Explain planned procedure and any alternative procedures, disclosure of any significant material risks associated with any alternative, and responding to patient questions.
• Document the informed consent in the patient’s chart.
• Identify the approximate number of visits and the time needed to complete the care will be noted on the treatment plan.
• Treat patients first for pain and infection.
• Recommends referrals to specialists when appropriate.
• Enters and signs all treatment provided on treatment page.
• Meets clinical standards of practice as described in the quality assurance program.
• Recommends revisions in the quality assurance program to the Network.
• Participates in the quality assurance program at least bi-annually or as directed by the Primary care Manger of Clinical Operations as an evaluator.
• Participates in the quality assurance program at least bi-annually as one who is assessed.
• Refers patient grievances that cannot be resolved to the Primary care Manger of Clinical Operations.
• Supervises care delivered by primary care hygienists and assistants including but not limited to:
• Instructs assigned primary care assistants in chair side, laboratory, sterilization and radiology procedures.
• Oversees maintenance and cleanliness of primary care operatories.
• Partners with the Primary care Manger of Clinical Operations in scheduled evaluations of staff.
• Conducts community development activities including outreach in regional schools and represents the Network at various community functions.
• Any additional duties as determined by the Network

Assures integration of patient education into all treatment phases:
• Refers patients to the primary care hygienist as necessary.
• Discusses home care status and techniques with patients who demonstrate sub optimal plaque control.
• Provides consultation for primary care hygienists when requested.
• Incorporates parent/guardian into education regime for every child.
• Explains importance of maintaining appointments sequence to every patient.
• Explains the need for maintenance of oral conditions as a priority to fixed prosthodontics treatment.

PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS
• Flexible, versatile and comfortable in a rapidly changing environment while maintaining effectiveness and efficiency.
• Act as a principal steward of the organization’s resources.
• Ability to balance the needs of the client with the realities of the organization.
• Uphold the mission, values, and principles of the organization at all times. 
• Values assessment and measurement in order to improve quality, efficiencies and effectiveness of programs and staff.
• Social and cultural sensitivity appropriate to ethnically and economically diverse patient- and employee-base.
• Ability to work under pressure.
• Commitment to expanding access to care for the underserved.

ESSENTIAL ABILITIES REQUIREMENTS

• Physical – moving, walking, balancing, kneeling, crouching, stooping, reaching, standing, pushing, pulling and lifting.
• Mental – forecasting, analyzing, synthesizing, explaining, adapting, comprehending, interpreting data, organizational skills, public speaking, conflict resolution, active listening skills, and flexibility.
• Sensory – full vision and hearing acuity.