Clinical Operations Project Analyst

Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center

The Clinical Operations Project Analyst is responsible for supporting the COO and CMO in enhancing quality, efficiency and economic value for the health center by providing operation analysis and decision support. Through gathering evidence-based data, researching, analyzing and reporting, the Clinical Operations Project Analyst will assist the COO and CMO in understanding the most current organizational trends and variances and provide actionable information and recommendations for the COO and CMO to make well-informed decisions.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s Degree in healthcare related field, business/management or public health
  • One to two years’ experience in research, project planning and implementation preferred
  • Experience working for a non-profit organization and healthcare environment desired

For additional information and to apply visit: WCCHC Workforce

Director of Quality Improvement

Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center

Under the general direction of the Chief Quality Officer, the Director of Quality Improvement (DQI) has administrative oversight of all quality improvement activities within the organization. This position is responsible for the ongoing development and oversight of systems and functions related to quality improvement, pay for performance, and clinical outcome measurement.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in a federally qualified Health Center leading successful quality improvement projects.
  • Bachelors of Science in Healthcare Administration or related field, Masters of Science preferred.
  • Experience leading pay for performance initiatives. PCMH content expert certification preferred. Certification as a professional in healthcare quality preferred.
  • Experience in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, ACCESS, knowledge of databases and related statistical methodologies.
  • Experience working with culturally diverse populations.
  • A current and valid Hawaii State Driver’s License and access to an automobile are required

For additional information and to apply visit: WCCHC Workforce

Budget Director

Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center

This position coordinates all budgeting activities including budget formulation, monitoring and reporting and is responsible for a variety of statistical reports. Under the direct supervision of the Senior Director of Finance, this position works closely with department/program managers providing support in the areas of budget preparation and monitoring. This position requires skilled communication as well as the ability to analyze financial data.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting preferred and/or
  • 3-5 years’ experience in budget management and analysis
  • Experience in a health care organization desirable

For additional information and to apply visit: WCCHC Workforce

Director of Clinical Education

Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center

The Director of Clinical Education is responsible for setting the strategic direction for and managing all aspects of training in clinical education initiatives and development of education programs for the Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center (WCCHC) across its continuum. The Director of Clinical Education will provide direct oversight and operational management for assessing, planning, organizing, implementing and community partners. This position will assess the clinical education, training and developmental needs of the center, work collaboratively with internal and external partners to devise innovative and impactful ways to deliver meaningful education and training programs, create cost-effective tools and learning processes to maintain standards and drive performance.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • MBA or Masters in Education, Nursing, E-learning, or similar field
  • Advanced education in training and development preferred
  • Experience in working in/alongside a Quality Assurance function
  • Strong leadership behaviors, approachability, and a reputation as an unwavering role model
  • Passion for organization and an aptitude for prioritizing multiple projects
  • Has strong knowledge of department duties, responsibilities and procedures for functional area being supported
  • Prior experience directing, implementing, and maintaining technology-based training/distance learning programs for a geographically dispersed workforce strongly preferred
  • Prior experience with E-learning tools and learning management systems desirable

For additional information and to apply visit: WCCHC Workforce

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Molokai Community Health Center

To provide behavioral health and social work services at Molokai Ohana Health Care, Inc.. Responsible for providing behavioral health services and education to the people of Molokai; providing linkage and referrals to other programs and agencies; ensuring continuous care within MOHC services and case management.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Hold a Master’s degree in Social Work, with counseling and case management experience. Prefer substance abuse counseling and/or certification.
  • License to practice in the State of Hawaii.
  • High level working knowledge of behavioral medicine and evidence-based treatments for medical and mental health conditions.
  • Specialized skills in the provision of psychology assessment, treatment, and consultation within the primary care setting.
  • Functional knowledge of psycho-pharmacology.
  • Pediatric and adult experience is preferred.
  • Ability to work effectively as a team, interfacing with patients, primary care providers, dental provider, mental health and substance abuse specialists, as well as administrative and support staff.
  • Knowledge of population based treatment models and cultural/ethnic issues related to the provision of services within Hawaii.

Interested applicants may apply at: http://molokaichc.org/employment-volunteer/

Dental Hygienist

Molokai Community Health Center

To provide direct dental hygiene and dental education services to patients. To provide dental health education within the community through school groups, health fairs, and community presentation.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Graduate of an accredited dental hygiene program
  • Ability to communicate well
  • Valid Dental Hygiene License recognized in the State of Hawaii
  • Minimum of one year experience preferred
  • Possesses strong clinical skills and competency in ambulatory care
  • Computer skills with Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, internet, and Practice Management Systems.
  • Ability to problem solve and prioritize tasks
  • Proven reliability, trustworthiness, flexibility, and high ethical standards
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks
  • Interest in working with diverse ethnic groups
  • Demonstrated ability to treat all individuals with respect and aloha

Interested applicants may apply at: http://molokaichc.org/employment-volunteer/

Behavioral Health Specialist

Molokai Community Health Center

To provide behavioral health clinical services at Molokai Ohana Health Care, Inc. Responsible providing behavioral health services and education to the people of Molokai; oversee the behavioral health staff; ensuring continuous quality improvement in behavioral health services; representing MOHC with organizations concerned with behavioral health to the underserved.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Hold a Degree of Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D) or a Doctor of Psychiatry (MD)
  • Must be Board eligible or Board certified by the American Psychological Association or American Psychiatric Association
  • License to practice psychology or psychiatry in the State of Hawaii
  • Psychiatrist must possess Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) certification and state controlled substance registration
  • Excellent working knowledge of behavioral medicine and evidence-based treatments for medical and mental health conditions
  • Experience working in community-based health care and/or rural settings is preferred
  • Specialized skills in the provision of psychological or psychiatric assessment, treatment, and consultation
  • Good knowledge of psycho-pharmacology
  • Ability to design and implement clinical pathways and protocols for treatment of selected mental and behavioral health conditions
  • Ability to design effective psycho-education curricula and lead effective psycho-education classes
  • Ability to work effectively as a team, providing comprehensive care to patients along the side of primary care providers, dental provider, behavioral health and substance abuse specialists, as well as administrative and support staff
  • Knowledge of population based treatment models and cultural/ethnic issues related to the provision of services within Hawaii
  • Ability to effectively represent MOHC in the community and maintain effective working relationships among co-workers, public, private and professional groups
  • Proven reliability, trustworthiness, flexibility, and high ethical standards

Interested applicants may apply at: http://molokaichc.org/employment-volunteer/

Dentist

LANA‘I COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER

Provide dental services to LCHC patients, including screenings, preventive, restorative and emergency dentistry. Participates in community screenings and oral health education events. LCHC is a patient care, teaching and research organization and also provides workshops, education sessions and outreach – all employees should expect to be involved with these activities to the extent to which will depend upon their position in the organization.

SKILLS / KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED:

  • Knowledge of examining patients, diagnose dental diseases and provide proper cure in terms of medicines and surgical treatments.
  • Ability to make decisions regarding replacement of teeth, cleaning, filling, extracts with use of hand instruments, medications etc.
  • Development and implementation of treatment plans including suitable heal according to the condition
  • Manage maintain the stocks for surgical materials or medicines
  • Maintain friendly, professional relationship with the patients to educate them about the complications of treatment and duration of healing process
  • Document services appropriately in electronic medical record including medical history and current dental formation.
  • Educate patients with regard to general care, presentations and cleanness of teeth at regular time intervals
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of latest dental treatment techniques
  • Assist with recruitment of staff to complete a dental team
  • Ability to maintain and train the staff
  • Motivate the staff to work tenderly and be friendly with patients and maintain dental treatment standards
  • DDS or DMD degree required
  • Experience in community health setting preferred

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Diana Shaw.

Administrative Assistant

LANA‘I COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER

Provide administrative support as needed. Duties include general clerical and project based work. Project a professional image through in-person and phone interaction. Must adhere to strict confidentiality policies, HIPAA laws, etc. LCHC is a patient care, teaching and research organization and also provides workshops, education sessions and outreach – all employees should expect to be involved with these activities, the extent to which will depend upon their position in the organization.

SKILLS / KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED:

  • Excellent organization skills and ability to keep others organized.
  • Basic reading, writing, and arithmetic skills required. This is normally acquired through a
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office and telephone protocol.
  • High school diploma or equivalent required
  • Prefer 1-3 years of experience in a health care environment

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Diana Shaw.

Front Desk Representative

Lana‘i Community Health Center

Facilitates the successful operation of the Lanai Community Health Center and carries out front desk activities efficiently in accordance with established policies and procedures. This position handles front desk health center operations, manages patient telephone calls and maintains good relationships with all patients, external organizations, co-workers, etc. LCHC is a patient care, teaching and research organization and also provides workshops, education sessions and outreach – all employees should expect to be involved with these activities the extent to which will depend upon their position in the organization.

SKILLS / KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED

  • Utilizing critical thinking to identify problems, research and recommend resolutions;
  • Utilizing critical thinking to exercise initiative, judgment, discretion and decision-making;
  • Maintaining department quality assurance;
  • Following appropriate testing procedures;
  • Proper equipment use;
  • High school diploma or equivalent required

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Diana Shaw.

Dental Assistant

Lana‘i Community Health Center

Assists dental director and dentists in providing quality dental care, including backup for dental area with responsibility for appointment scheduling and intake procedures for LCHC dental clients.

Skills / Knowledge required

  • Computer literate with Dentrix Enterprise or other patient care software, preferred.
  • Demonstrates effective written and verbal communication skills, required. Ability to work in a team setting, required.
  • Minimum high school graduate, required.
  • Dental Assistant Course graduate, preferred.
  • One year working as a dental assistant, preferred.
  • Ability to work with a multi-cultural staff and client population, required. One year of working in a community health setting, preferred.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Diana Shaw.

Clinical Psychologist / Behavioral Health Specialist

Lana‘i Community Health Center

 

To provide a full range of Integrated Behavioral health diagnosis and treatment services for Lana‘i Community Health Center (LCHC), a federally qualified health center on the island of Lana‘i. This position is located in a remote, rural general practice setting, with approximately 3,000 residents from diverse backgrounds, and is eligible for the Hawai‘i State loan repayment program. This is a full-time, exempt position, with full benefits.

 

While living and working on this small island can be challenging, our opening offers a unique and progressive opportunity to work with an outstanding team of medical and behavioral health providers, supported by medical assistants, case management, and outreach workers. Our holistic approach to health care provides a rich, rewarding environment.

 

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Doctorate or Masters Degree in psychology, counseling, or related field. Prefer two or more years of experience with Adults and Chronic Disease Management in a healthcare setting.

 

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Current Hawai‘i licensure or license-eligible within three to six months of hire. Eligible for credentialiting with third-party insurance carriers.

 

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Diana Shaw.

Family Practice Physician

Bay Clinic, Inc.

 

The Family Practice Physician sees a full range of patients from birth to geriatrics. The Physician will diagnose, treat, and help prevent diseases and injuries that commonly occur in the general population, and lead a health care team that actively manages assigned panel of chronic care patients.

 

Bay Clinic, Inc. is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 Federally Qualified Community Health Center. BCI supports a staff of 170, with 27 health care providers in 9 locations serving East Hawai'i. Please visit www.bayclinic.org for further information about the organization.

 

To view a detailed job description or apply for this position, download an employment application from www.bayclinic.org. Submit resume with application to bcijobs@bayclinic.org or fax to (808) 961-5678

Internal Medicine Physician

Malama I Ke Ola Health Center

Mālama I Ke Ola Health Center (Community Clinic of Maui), a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) is seeking an Internal Medicine Physician. We are a fully integrated behavioral health, dental, and primary care system. Our nearly 100 professionals and providers serve the people of Maui at three clinics -- two locations in Wailuku and one in Lahaina. We have behavioral health providers who partner with our primary care clinicians in a vast number of activities that include warm handoffs for acute behavioral health crisis management, substance abuse counseling, tobacco cessation counseling, chronic disease self management counseling, and long-term individual and family therapy. In 2015, we served over 11,000 patients of which 97% are living at or below 200% of the Federal poverty level. Join our growing team of caring, competent, and committed professionals in serving the underserved communities on Maui.

The Internal Medicine Physician is responsible for providing primary health care services consistent with the philosophy of Mālama I Ke Ola Health Center, and accepted standards of care with an emphasis on team-based care. He/she must exercise a high degree of judgment and leadership in all areas of responsibility. 

Qualified candidates will have the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:

  • Graduate of an accredited Medical School.
  • Permanent/full and unrestricted license to practice medicine, and Board Certified in Internal Medicine.
  • Minimum two years of clinical experience in the direct delivery of primary care.  
  • FQHC or IHS clinic setting experience preferred.
  • Current BLS CPR certificate required.
  • Current DEA certificate.
  • Familiarity with Hawai‘i and its diverse cultures preferred. 

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Family Practice Physician

Malama I Ke Ola Health Center

M ā lama I Ke Ola Health Center (Community Clinic of Maui), a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) is seeking a Family Practice Physician. We are a fully integrated behavioral health, dental, and primary care system. Our nearly 100 professionals and providers serve the people of Maui at three clinics -- two locations in Wailuku and one in Lahaina. We have behavioral health providers who partner with our primary care clinicians in a vast number of activities that include warm handoffs for acute behavioral health crisis management, substance abuse counseling, tobacco cessation counseling, chronic disease self management counseling, and long-term individual and family therapy. In 2015, we served over 11,000 patients of which 97% are living at or below 200% of the Federal poverty level. Join our growing team of caring, competent, and committed professionals in serving the underserved communities on Maui.

The Family Practice Physician is responsible for providing primary health care services consistent with the philosophy of Mālama I Ke Ola Health Center, and accepted standards of care with an emphasis on team-based care. He/she must exercise a high degree of judgment and leadership in all areas of responsibility. 

  • Qualified candidates will have the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:
  • Graduate of an accredited Medical School.
  • Permanent/full and unrestricted license to practice medicine, and Board Certified in Family Practice.
  • Minimum two years of clinical experience in the direct delivery of primary care.  
  • FQHC or IHS clinic setting experience preferred.
  • Current BLS CPR certificate required.
  • Current DEA certificate.
  • Familiarity with Hawai‘i and its diverse cultures preferred.

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Grants Manager

Kokua Kalihi Valley Comprehensive Family Center

Summary: Responsible for overseeing the implementation of KKV’s grants strategy and strategically supporting KKV’s financial health and program impact.

Essential duties: Tracking funding cycles across the organization to ensure sustainability; assisting with program, organizational, and capital planning in alignment with KKV’s strategic priorities; maintaining existing funding sources and cultivating new and appropriate sources, primarily through developing grant proposals; assisting with the implementation of new projects as needed, including staff development and program evaluation; promoting integration across departments and excitement around KKV’s mission.

Qualifications: Candidates must demonstrate excellent writing capabilities and interpersonal communication skills, strong attention to detail and ability to prioritize, the ability to work with a multi-cultural staff, and the ability to conceptualize and synthesize heterogeneous sources of information into coherent proposals. Candidates should have prior experience in fund development and/or program management; supervisory experience a plus. Bachelor’s degree in related field required, and Master’s degree preferred.

Kokua Kalihi Valley (KKV) is a non-profit Community Health Center that was founded in 1972 with the mission to promote health, reconciliation and the alleviation of suffering in Kalihi Valley. Voted one of the Best Places to Work in 2011, 2012 and 2013, KKV provides a comprehensive array of health care and social services to Kalihi Valley’s predominantly low-income, Asian and Pacific Islander immigrant population.  Our 185 diverse staff work together toward the vision of a healthy community in which neighbors help to heal neighbors, and individuals see themselves as part of a larger whole, connected to each other, to their culture and to their shared land. To learn more about KKV please visit http://www.kkv.net.

To apply or for more information, please email jobs@kkv.net.