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Open Positions

To Apply:

Please note:  resume and cover letter submission will only be accepted in MS Word or PDF format.

No other format will be accepted.

Please submit resume and cover letter including desired salary to:

Email:  nearnorthhr@nearnorthhealth.org

Fax:  773.624.5642

Management and Supervisory Positions

Chief Operating Officer  NEW!

Near North Health (NNH) seeks an experienced Chief Operating Officer (COO) to help ensure that the organization’s operating units collaborate effectively and met goals according to its strategic plan and budget. The COO will assist the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) with implementation of the organization’s health care plan, program and facility expansion.  As a member of the executive management team, the COO will work closely with CFO, CMO and managerial team to ensure the delivery of high-quality services.   BTM/COO

Assistant Director on Nursing 

Responsible for coordinating and evaluating high quality healthcare services in accordance with the NNHS healthcare guidelines.   Responsible for assisting in overseeing the clinical operation of the health centers. 

Education:  BA or MA Nursing; Registered Nurse.  Code:  ADON/CFC

Professional Positions

Senior HR Generalist (revision to replace Generalist description): NEW!

The Senior Human Resources (HR) Generalist will partner with internal and external constituents to ensure the effective administration and delivery of a variety of HR policies and programs, balancing employee advocacy with business needs. Promote equity, fair treatment, and positive employee relations; ensure compliance with local, state and federal employment laws and regulations along with organizational policies and procedures, and practices.  Provide comprehensive HR support in HR areas including but not limited to, compensation and benefits, employee engagement, employee relations, Family and Medical Leave, HRIS Management, performance and talent management, training and development, unemployment claims. Understand and support the accomplishment of HR and organizational goals and business priorities.

Maternal Health Coach: NEW!

The Certified Maternal Health Coach (CMHC) is responsible for educating and empowering patients through their maternal health journey, beginning at conception through their first six months post-partum. In this role, the CMHC will work one-on-one with patients to complete evidence-based activities that will lead to optimal outcomes for the mother and child. This individual will be trained to provide knowledge and expertise to pregnant and postpartum women to ensure patients meeting their health and wellness goals. The CHMC is extremely motivated and passionate about improving the lives of mothers, children, families through health education, and empowerment. This role may require facilitation of learning groups and patient engagement on weekends and/or evenings (note: these will be virtual unless guidance is received that permits in-person groups).  KP/MHC

PrEP Care Navigator : NEW!

The PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) Care Navigator will work closely with the EIS Program Manager to ensure proper continuation and expansion of PrEP patient navigation and adherence counseling program at Near North Health Service Corporation (NNHSC). The PrEP Care Navigator will work directly with patients seeking consistent access and coverage for PrEP medications. The PrEP Care Navigator will ensure that participating clients receive relevant HIV/STI-related education and services, sexual health information, and navigation to health insurance if eligible. These services will be geared towards persons at-risk for HIV within the Chicagoland area, focusing on any persons at-risk for acquiring HIV.  RM/PCN

PrEP Navigator & Testing Specialist: NEW!

Under the direct supervision of the EIS Program Manager, the PrEP Navigator and HIV Testing Specialist will serve dual rolls; helps clients enroll in HIV biomedical prevention services, including pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP). Outreach and engagement to recruit populations at increased risk for acquiring HIV infection for services at Near North Health Service Corporation (NNHSC) and provides eligible individuals with HIV testing services. RM/PNTS

Patient Navigator: NEW!

The Patient Navigator will provide integrated care for the target population including working with doctor, nurses, dentist, psychiatrist, case manager, social workers, activity directors, etc., to develop best plan for care of patient and monitor implementation of the plan and progress of patient and adjust plan as required.  Manage patient navigation through external and internal systems.  RM/PN

PrEP Navigator and HIV Testing Specialist: NEW!

Under the direct supervision of the EIS Program Manager, the PrEP Navigator and HIV Testing Specialist will serve dual rolls; helping clients enroll in HIV biomedical prevention services, including pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP). Outreach and engagement to recruit populations at increased risk for acquiring HIV infection for services at Near North Health Service Corporation (NNHSC) and providing eligible individuals with HIV testing high quality services will also be required.  RM/PNHIVTS

Recruiter (revision): NEW!

The Recruiter will work closely with the HR Director to research, develop, and implement effective recruiting processes, procedures, goals and strategies to attract a diverse pool of highly qualified and capable talent for the organization. Also assists department head in carrying out various human resources responsibilities and other general HR responsibilities as assigned. MDB/REC

Community Nutrition Manager: 

Under general supervision of the Director of Nutrition Services, plans, develops and implements community-focused nutrition education and cooking program goals and objectives set for each fiscal year. BA degree with major in foods and nutrition.

Community Clinical RD 

Under general supervision of the Director of Nutrition Services, develops and implements plan of care based on assessment of nutritional needs and correlates plan with other health care providers.  Must have a Bachelor’s degree and successful completion of a dietetic internship approved by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND).  Bi-Lingual Spanish a plus.

Nutritionists (full and part-time)  

Provides participant centered nutrition education and breastfeeding support to WIC program participants.  Contributes in the effort to achieve the management and nutrition education objectives set for each fiscal year.  Bachelor’s Degree with a major in foods and nutrition.

Grants Accountant  

Under the direction of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), the Grants Accountant will perform al processes related to Grant Fiscal Management, including analysis of grant allowable expenses, budget monitoring, and grant billing and reporting.  BS in Accounting required.  FQHC/Non-profit accounting experience preferred.

Administrative Assistant  

Performs general clerical work and maintains NNHSC’s clerical supply system.  Works closely with the Special Assistant to the CEO.  High level of professionalism and communication skills required.

Education:  Bachelor degree  preferred.

Recruiter 

Responsible for managing the full recruiting lifecycle across departments and a variety of open roles; helping management attract and retain quality talent while establishing and maintaining organizational goals and objectives in recruitment efforts.  

Education: BA degree required   RHR/MB

H.R. Generalist 

Responsible for carrying out various functions of the Human Resource (HR) department including but not limited to, employee relations, HRIS System management, HR reporting, training and development, performance management, survey and leave administration, and HR event coordination.

Education:  BS degree required

Clinical Secretary 

Provides competent Administrative, secretarial support to the Medical Director and Nursing Director. Must be knowledgeable and skilled in MS word, Excel, power point, access and publisher. Support clerical functions for the medical and nursing department for all sites. Type, file, and maintain records. Possess the ability to prioritize, organize and complete multiple projects in a timely manner. Maintain a courteous and professional manner. Organize updates and control filing system. Handle confidential information. Handle deadlines. Education: Bachelor’s degree. CODE: SCBCF/CAQIA

Project Manager 

The Project Manager assists with the development and implementation of various projects in alignment with strategic goals. The Project Manager oversees and coordinates administrative functions, plans and supports development of new sites and related projects. The Project Manager maintains and encourages efficient and effective communication with all team members in order to foster a successful environment, and participates in business development, quality and service initiatives. Requirements: PMP Certification, Education: Bachelor’s degree, Master’s preferred. CODE: TF/CM

Chronic Care Coordinator 

This position serves complex chronic care patients by coordinating care management, patient-centered, cost effective care to specifically identified patient populations. She/he will access, analyze, customize, coordinate and communicate the patient’s plan of care and collaborate with providers and all members of the multi-disciplinary health care team to manage and facilitate patient registries and care delivery appointments and service. Actively participates in Patient Centered Medical Home workflows and QI processes. Education: Master’s degree. CODE: DR/CCC

MHN-Care Coordinator 

The Care Coordinator/Community Health Worker Serves as a link between the patient and the healthcare organization. Guides patients through their care plans and ensures that they are following the best methods to a healthy lifestyle. A partner to the patients that makes sure their disease is managed by keeping track of diet, exercise, and medications. Education: 3-5 years experience in healthcare, Associates degree, Bachelor’s degree preferred. CODE: KP/CCC-HW

MHN Care Manager LCSW or RN 

The Care Manager is responsible for coordinating screening and providing the intervention of patients with identified complex chronic care needs. Acts as a connector between patient needs and the resources provided by the care management program. Provides guidance and leadership in the care management program to those in the healthcare organization as well as ensuring the patients receive the best possible care. Education Requirement: BSN RN. Required Experience: Minimum 2 years experience in Care Management or Disease control. CODE: KRP/MHN

Transitions of Care Manager-MHN 

The Mobile Transitions of Care (TOC) Care Manager provides care management on behalf of the ACO’s medical homes.  Mobile TOC Care Managers visit patients at acute and specialty care hospitals to ensure safe transitions of care inpatient to ongoing care in the medical home setting.  The Care Manager will work collaboratively with the staff at hospital sites and at medical homes to facilitate better health outcomes and reduce readmission for patients. Education Requirements: BSN, RN. Required Experience: Minimum 3 years experience in Care Management. CODE: TF/TOCCM

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

Facilitate social services required by clients of NNHSC. Maintain active caseload and collaborate with other social service programs within the department. Master of Social Work degree (MSW) and LCSW required. EXPERIENCE WORKING WITH CHILDREN/ADOLESCENTS HIGHLY PREFERRED. Desired client ok working on the southeast side of Chicago CODE: CS/LCS​​​​W

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC)

Facilitate resources and referrals for patients receiving behavioral health services as needed. Maintain active clinic caseload and collaborate with other service programs within the department, as well as, other departments of NNHSC. Maintain a systematized routine for responding to referrals to the Comprehensive Services Department, including those clients who require immediate or crisis intervention. Education Requirements: Master’s Degree in Counseling from a Counseling by a program accredited by the Council for Accreditation for Counseling and Related Educational Programs. Current State of Illinois LCPC license. CODE: CS/LCPC 

Our Benefits

 

Near North Health Service Corporation provides a number of benefits to full time employees, here are a few:

 

  • Health Insurance (Medical/Dental/Vision)

  • Life Insurance

  • Short Term Disability (STD)

  • Long Term Salary Continuance Insurance (LTD)

  • Malpractice Insurance

  • Continuing Education / CME Benefit

  • Retirement Plan

  • Section 125 (Flexible Spending Accounts)

  • Tax Deferral Annuity Plan

  • Employee Assistance Program

  • Bank-at-Work services

  • Credit Union

Clinical Positions

Pediatrician NEW!

Near North Health (NNH) seeks a Pediatrician to provide pediatric medical service to children from newborn to age nineteen in an ambulatory and in-patient capacity.   Collaborates with Pediatric Advanced Practice Nurse in the preparation and implementation in pediatric aspects of health services care.  Participates in the program planning of health services at the health center and in the community, as needed.  Actively participates in QI initiatives and in the development of written guidelines/procedures for clinical practice.  Job Code:  SBC/PED

Psychologist NEW!

Near North Health seeks a Psychologist to provide training, conduct research, provide clinical psychology services, and act as an advocate for psychology.  The Psychologist may also provide individual, family, or group psychotherapy; design and implement behavior modification programs; collaborate with physicians and other specialists to develop and implement treatment and intervention programs that patients can understand and comply with.  

Dentist NEW!

Under direction of the Dental Director, provides professional dental services in the dental health program; Performs clinical dental services for NNH patients, instructs clients in proper practices of dental hygiene and in procedures pertinent to provided treatments and other related duties as required. AM/DEN

Advanced Practice Nurse APN 

Provides medical care to adult, adolescent and pediatric individuals and families in the Health Center and other facilities, and in the home when appropriate.

Education:  Masters prepared as a Family Nurse Practitioner; licensed in the state of Illinois

Lab Tech Assistant 

Assumes responsibility of maintaining and keeping records of lab work, keeping lab equipment in perfect running order.  Performs lab tests on site and prepares other lab work for outside lab and Department of Health.  Functions under the clinical supervision of a Medical Technologist/Lab Manager. Education: Phlebotomy certification & CPR. CODE: SCB/LTA

Clinical Informaticist 

Clinical Informaticist must have proficiency in computer science and information technology, as well as an understanding of clinical medicine and medical terminology. Clinical informaticist will utilize technological applications and computerized information tools to enhance, improve, or streamline the clinical practice of medicine. May engage in, or oversee others who engage in, a variety of tasks related to information gathering and data analysis, including data entry of patient information into electronic medical record databases; the use of algorithms to reconstruct CT and other images for diagnostic purposes; the analysis of existing data from past patients and medical situations to propose solutions for current problems or effective treatment plans for current patients. Education: RN, Degree in Health Information, Data Analyst. CODE: SCB/CHI

Medical Assistant

Assumes responsibiity for prticipating in the delivery of care for the patients under the direct supervision of the Nurse. Functions as a member of the health care team that includes providers and nurse practitioners. Exhibits excellent professional customer service when dealing with patients, visitors, providers and co-workers. Education: graduate of MA program, with current RMA certiifcate and CPR. CODE: CF/MA

Dental Assistant 

Assists Dentists in a variety of procedures, while ensuring appropriate & reasonable patient care. Setting up instruments, equipment and materials accurately. Passing instruments, equipment and materials safely and accurately. Dispensing and manipulating materials accurately and economically. Anticipating and establishing routines with dentist. Cleaning and sterilizing the surgeries and instruments as per the practice infection control policy. Following other clinic procedures for infection control.  Education Requirements: Graduate of a Dental Assistant program, State of Illinois Dental Assistant certification a plus & current CPR. CODE: AM/DA

Psychiatrists

Provide medical/clinical services to clients at the team(s) assigned by Medical/Clinical Director. Illicit patient histories and does mental health exams. Provide professional consultation to staff, participate in staff conferences, and serve on clinical committees. Handle psychiatric emergencies, including mental health hold evaluations and court evaluations. Complete necessary medical records and reports. Provide back-up psychiatric coverage throughout the Corporation during operating hours. Provides necessary medical services of psychiatric clients. Testify at court hearing of clients as necessary. Participate on quality assurance, educational, and professional committees as assigned by the Medical/Clinical Director. Participate in program development with Division/Team Psychiatrist as assigned. Adheres to NNHSC team productivity standard set by the Medical Director. Education Requirements: Graduate of an accredited Medical program, current state of Illinois license, Controlled Substance, DEA, Board Certification, & CPR. CODE: SCB/Psych

Dental Hygienist 

Assists Dentists in a variety of procedures, while ensuring appropriate & reasonable patient care. Develops and implements individualized dental care plans for patients; performs patient education, discharge planning, and patient/family teaching under the supervision of a qualified dentist. Delivers direct patient care to patients as assigned, using established dental hygienist procedures; performs routine treatment procedures, such as cleaning, polishing, x-rays, application of sealants and fluorides, and related procedures. Assists in preparation of patient care areas, and in the patient admission, transfer, and discharge process, as required; prepares reports and assists as required with patient reception, telephone calls, routine triage, and other office duties. Education: Bachelor's degree in a directly related clinical field with no previous experience required. Current State of Illinois Registered Dental Hygienist license. CODE: AM/DH

Obstetrician Gynecologist 

Provides obstetric, gynecological and family planning care in ambulatory and in-patient settings for NNHSC patients. Supervises and may maintain a collaborative practice agreement with Advanced Practice Nurses (Nurse Practitioners and Certified Nurse Midwives) and other mid-level providers. Provides consultation to other NNHSC providers with regards to issues affecting the health and well-being of female patients. Participates in the planning and implementation of programs in all aspects of women’s health. Actively participates in Quality Improvement initiatives of the organization and in the development of written guidelines/protocols for clinical practice. EDUCATION: Graduate of accredited medical program, current State of Illinois license, CPR, DEA, and Board certification. CODE: SCB/OBGYNE

Internist

Provides primary medical care services to adult patients in both the ambulatory and in-patient setting using primary care concepts, emphasizing prevention of illness and the promotion of healthy lifestyles.  Provides leadership and training in Internal Medicine to other health care professionals.  Current Illinois license, controlled substance, DEA and CPR required.  CODE: SCB/INT

Licensed Practical Nurse

Participates in the planning and delivery of health care to patients during clinic sessions under the direction of the RN clinical nurse and Charge Nurse.  H.S. diploma or equivalent.  Current Illinois LPN license and CPR, MUST HAVE AMBULATORY CARE OR HOSPITAL EXPERIENCE.  CODE: CF/LPN

Registered Nurse

Responsible for the planning, coordinating and evaluation of health care services in a specific clinical area. Provides direct patient care. Supervises LPNs, MAs and clerk receptionists. Current Illinois RN license and CPR.  CODE: CF/RN​​​​

Clerical Positions

Patient Registrar NEW!

Demonstrating excellent customer service and interpersonal skills, the Patient Registrar serves a member of the patient’s care team who provides patient access across their lifespan in our community health care center(s).  This includes but is not limited to explaining forms to patients, handling payment for medical services, and verifying insurance.  Education Requirements: High School Diploma or Equivalent .

Diet Clerk

Diet Clerk

Responsible for assessing client’s eligibility to participate in the WIC Program. Contributes in the effort to achieve the management and nutrition education objectives set for the fiscal year. Education: high school diploma or equivalent. CODE: RF/WDC

Customer Service Specialist NEW!

Performs scheduling appointments; troubleshooting issues ensuring patient satisfaction; nd relaying information between patients, clinical tleamss and front office staff; delivering excellent customer service.

Education:  High School diploma or equivalent

Medical Billing Specialist 

As a Medical Billing and Coding Specialist, you will review patient medical records and assign codes to diagnoses and procedures performed so the facility can bill insurance and other third-party payers (such as Medicare or Medicaid) as well as the patient. Must have ERA experience. Education Requirements: High School or equivalent with Coding Certificate. CODE: EK/MCB

Medical Billing Supervisor 

Oversees the preparation of medical bills and invoices, the calculation of provider charges, and verification of patient insurance. Maintains insurance documents and contracts. Oversees the submission of claim reports and filing procedures, ensures billing operations are performed in an accurate and timely manner. Must have ERA experience. Educational Requirements: Bachelor's degree preferred with Coding certificate. Experience: At least 5yrs Supervisory experience. CODE: EK/MBS

Other Positions

Facilities Systems Engineer NEW!

Responsible for maintaining the building systems in proper working condition and working on miscellaneous maintenance/improvement projects at NNHSC’s sites. Other task and responsibilities include but are not limited to working closely with the Facilities Manager to ensure NNHSC systems are on a maintenance plan and are functioning at optimal performance. Education: Certificate in HVAC, computerized programming for systems. CODE: TF/FSE

Maintenance Worker 

Perform a variety of duties in and around the grounds of the Health Center.  Maintain clean and sanitary environment.  Transport patients, as per approved transportation request form and assists or relieves Public Safety Officer when needed. Education Requirement: High School diploma or equivalent. CODE: TJ/MW

Public Safety Officer NEW!

Assist Facility Manager in preserving calm, safe environment.  Patrol and inspect property to protect against fire, theft, vandalism, unsafe conditions and illegal entry. Education: High school diploma or equivalent. Required certification: Current PERC card. CODE: TJ/PSO

To Apply 

Please note:  resume and cover letter submission will only be accepted in MS Word or PDF format.

No other format will be accepted.

Please submit resume and cover letter including desired salary to:

Email:  nearnorthhr@nearnorthhealth.org

Fax:  773.624.5642