1. Program Migration ManagerProgram Manager Hosting Services Migration Project - Program Level experience directing large scale data center and network migrations. Preference, though not a requirement, is to have for-profit experience with tight timeframes
Data Center technical experience with hardware configurations, testing, training and cutover events. Proven ability to work collaboratively various vendors and management in order to reach desired deliverables, quality, and timeline.
Demonstrated ability to design, implement and maintain program level dashboards, controls, and metrics.
Proven ability to resolve conflict, facilitate collaboration between groups, and direct groups to be solution focused.
Location - Must reside in Nashville area with no required weekly travel.
Must be on-site in Nashville- Monday through Friday at least 8am to 5 pm.
Job Type: Contract
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Skills : 2 years IT Project Management2 years MS Project2 years project systems analysis
Location : Tennessee,United States Of America
2. Physician: Cardiology
Fort Wayne, Indiana Full-time
Join our team of established health professionals who are committed to excellence, quality patient care, and personal growth.
Base Salary plus Incentive
Medical Education Debt Repayment
"Must-Have" Skills for the job: - Up to date board certification
Primary call is approximately 1:12 weeknights (Sunday through Thursday) and shared 1:4-1:5 weekends.
Job Type: Full-time
Up to date board certification
3. Nurse Practitioner: Adult (ANP) East LA
Bilingual Family Med NP (East LA)
Nurse Practitioner: Adult (ANP)
- Los Angeles, CA
licenses and certifications
ACNP, ANP, FNP, GNP
Are you a bilingual Nurse Practitioner with a self-starter attitude who loves quality-time with your patients? We're saving a spot for you! We are an interdisciplinary support team, dedicated to providing comprehensive, culturally sensitive care to patients. Of course, we can't function without a superior Nurse Practitioner, especially one who is passionate about providing excellent care for their patients and collaboration with their team. If you're comfortable conversing in Spanish, this position could be your next fit. Our patients and teammates are at the center of everything we do, and our commitment to this thriving and supportive community allows us to provide care that is superior in quality and compassion across all of our premier locations.
Top reasons to love this job:
1. More quality time with patients - average patient visit is 40 minutes. Personal connection leads to healing when combined with excellent medical care.
2. Interdisciplinary support team to provide care for the whole patient. You are not alone; you are one of a team.
3. Outcomes-oriented team
4. Excellent benefits including PTO, CME reimbursement, auto allowance, child care benefits, and more.
5. One of Modern Healthcare's Best Places to Work 2017.
Top "must-have" skills for this job:
Completion of Nurse Practitioner (NP) accredited program.
1. 2+ years of clinical NP experience strongly preferred.
2. Knowledge of clinical standards of care.
3. Current unrestricted NP state license, and current state driver's license
4. Passion for geriatric care and patients
5. Comfort with conducting house calls.
As a foremost, state-of-the-art health system, we promote an environment where differences are celebrated and integrated into our workforce. We work as a team, which allows us to accomplish our goals and provide the finest possible care to our patients. We are looking for someone who demonstrates appropriate critical thinking, interpersonal skills, and the ability to prioritize and focus.
The Nurse Practitioner position also requires strength and exertion exhibited in the ways of: walking, lifting, reaching, bending, stooping, pushing and pulling. You should be able to lift and support the weight of 35 pounds in handling patients, medical equipment, and supplies. Ultimately we are seeking someone who has strong leadership skills with the ability to react and perform on the spot, and who is excited to be supported by a robust work team ready to give their all.
Director of Behavioral Health
- Tucson, AZ, 85701
- Full Time
- Master's Degree
Under general supervision of the Vice President of Clinical Services, the Director of Behavioral Health Services proposes, creates and facilitates implementation of new state-wide programming to enhance revenue sources for the BH division. The Director is responsible for developing and coordinating therapeutic programming for the Company's residential sites to ensure an environment conducive to learning and functional enhancement. Acts as liaison to referral and funding sources; drafts, reviews, implements and maintains clinical policies and procedures; conducts periodic quality assurance reviews of electronic health records; participates in annual budget preparation process and reviews monthly financial reports to ensure accuracy and to address areas with expenditure or revenue concerns. The Director supervises a staff of clinicians. Some travel required to office locations in Arizona.
Provider has become well-known as one of Arizona's leading providers of quality coordinated service for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Employee-owned organization (ESOP) with a workforce that includes approximately 1600 employees. Employees truly have the opportunity to share in the company's success.
Candidates will be able to make a difference in the lives of people who often time go under-serviced.
Master's degree in Social Work, Counseling, or the equivalent.
Independent licensure with the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health (LPC, LMFT or LCSW).
Strong background in program development to include residential, inpatient or outpatient programs such as Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs), Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs), group therapy, general mental health, substance use services, sex offender or domestic violence counseling services.
Must be current resident of Arizona