4 results for month: 10/2020


Mental Health Specialist, Housing

The Mental Health Specialist is an integral part of the Veterans Housing team providing mental health support services to tenants in order to promote wellness, recovery, rehabilitation and housing stability.  Responsibilities are implemented within the framework of agency policy, professional ethics, legal scope of practice and regulatory guidelines.  Education and Certification: Bachelor of Science degree. Three years’ experience working with people with mental health issues and substance use. Experience working with Veterans a plus. Bilingual a plus.  To Apply: Submit your resume with a cover letter indicating position and ...

Billing Specialist, Health Services

Responsible for the administration of patient billing functions for Health Services FQHC Primary Care, Mental Health and Dental programs and will serve as a billing coding information specialist. Education and Certification: High School Diploma or GED. Medical Billing and Coding certificate required. Certified Medical Coder, not required but a plus. To Apply: Submit your resume with a cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to: recruiting@harlemunited.org.

Front Desk Receptionist/ Program Aide, Housing

The candidate will have a commitment to quality work in a community based organization with an ability to work independently and when needed, a willingness to work in a team approach.  Superior communication skills, with the ability to work through barriers.  Must also be even tempered and have sensitivity to confidential information.  Education and Certification: High School Diploma or equivalent.  To Apply: Submit your resume with a cover letter indicating position and salary requirements to: recruiting@harlemunited.org.

Patient Office Assistant, Health Services

The incumbent in this job will perform various customer service duties including responding to inquiries, obtaining information, and providing information on Upper Room AIDS Ministry and its services within legal guidelines and agency policies. The primary responsibility is for the intake and registration of clients to the clinic, including insurance verification, fee assessment, and cashiering, presumptive eligibility for Medicaid, referrals, scheduling appointments and data input.  The incumbents in this job have routine access to individually identifiable health information including the clients’ entire medical records on a need-to-know basis ...