Community Health Worker Team Lead
Neighborhood Health – Community Health Worker Team Lead
Full-time, 40 Hours
At Neighborhood Health, we’re passionate about our mission to provide a kind and caring premiere workforce. Our team-based approach to comprehensive patient care creates a challenging and rewarding work environment where you have a direct role in helping members of our community receive quality medical services they can afford. And that’s something you can feel good about.
As a member of our growing team, you will feel at home in a fun and diverse community of healthcare professionals. Our goal is simple: improving access to healthcare in our community and surrounding areas. Due to expansion, Neighborhood Health is looking to add a Community Health Worker Team Lead to our team. Together, we are all committed to building healthier communities by delivering comprehensive, quality health care with compassion and respect.
As Community Health Worker Team Lead, you will:
-Assist the Chief Behavioral Health Officer with the day-to-day management of the Community Health staff.
-Coordinates the work assignments and schedules of the Community Health staff.
-Conducts periodic audits to ensure the staff is performing duties in accordance with NH policies / procedures.
-Implement programs in the community that promote, maintain, and improve individual and community health.
-Arrange for regular cleaning and maintenance services for the mobile clinic van.
· One year of supervision experience required.
· Minimum of three year experience in a medical, public health, or social services agency
· At least two years of relevant driving experience within the past five years required. Must be dependable and responsible for performance and commitments.
· Current Indiana state driver’s license required.
· High School diploma or GED required.
This position is full-time with benefits. We offer competitive pay, health, dental, vision, critical illness & accident insurance, 403(b) retirement plan, PTO, and paid holidays.
Neighborhood Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Neighborhood Health does not exclude people or treat them differently for any aspect of the organization because of race, color, national origin, age, disability (physical or mental), or sex (including sexual orientation).
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