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Posted: March 25, 2016

JOB TITLE: Human Resource Specialist

FLSA STATUS: Non-Exempt

DEPARTMENT: Human Resources

GENERAL SUMMARY:
Under the direction of the Chief Operating Officer is responsible for maintaining / administering the benefit programs for active employees and COBRA program, completing and processing workers compensation documents; providing on-site support to the department managers / employees regarding employment, training, benefits and employee relations issues; assisting managers with the hiring / screening of new staff including advertising and recruitment; assisting management with evaluating, developing, and revising policies and procedures; coordinating in-service training as appropriate; preparing a variety of reports for management; adhering to and complying with all state and federal labor laws and regulations.

PRINCIPLE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
A. Maintain all aspects of the benefits programs, to include, but not limited to:
                  a. Enroll employees in benefit programs; follow and maintain the records, assuring billing is correct and current; administer the open enrollment process; explanation of the benefit programs to the employees.
B. Interface with employees and / or managers when employee injuries occur.
                  a. Ensure completion of proper documents and coordination with the workers compensation carrier and employee.
                  b. Maintain and post OSHA Log as required.
C. Provide support and / or general guidance, within established guidelines, to directors/managers/supervisors regarding employment / hiring issues, training needs / suggestions, and benefits.
D. Conduct employment screening and refers applicants to hiring managers.
                  a. Ensure background screenings are completed for all new hires, including all necessary new hire documents according to state and federal laws and company policy.
                  b. Ensure all applicants are included in the applicant database.
                  c. Ensure job advertisement and recruitment of staff is completed as required, to include but not be limited to: newspaper advertising, private publications, career centers, employment agencies, private / public corporations, organizations, EDD.
E. Assist management with developing and implementing personnel policies and procedures assuring compliance to state and federal regulations.
                  a. Keep up-to-date on new state and federal regulations.
                  b. Format and maintain all documents relating to policies and procedures, keeping revisions current. Ensure proper documentation is received / maintained when appropriate and/or required.
F. Organize / coordinate in-service training as needed, to include but not be limited to CPR, safety, orientation.
G. Assist managers with guidelines for development of job descriptions.
H. Maintain personnel records and provide reports as requested regarding the following:
                  a. Documentation / certification / professional licenses, benefits, compensation administration, employee demographics.

I. Assure maintenance of employee files and accuracy of employee information.
                  a. Maintain confidentiality of all personnel files.
J. Assure appropriate and timely response to all EDD claims.
K. Complete employment and salary information verification requests.
L. Participate in goal and objective setting for the Human Resource Department.
M. Perform various related administrative duties as required.
N. All other duties / projects as assigned.

EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
A. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Human Resources, or related field or equivalent experience.
B. Must possess a minimum of three (3) year’s previous experience in Human Resources or a similar position.
C. PHR preferred.
D. Experience in a health care delivery system preferred.

MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE OF AND ABILITY TO:
A. Knowledge of human resource / personnel management laws normally acquired through completion of a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent business experience.
B. Must be able to demonstrate a thorough knowledge and understanding of various aspects of Human Resource Administration, including salary and benefit administration; employment law, personnel policies; records maintenance; recruitment; training; employee relations and other related practices.
C. Must possess excellent written, verbal and presentation skills. Must be able to read, write and communicate fluently in English.
D. Must demonstrate the ability to work effectively with all levels of management and employees.
E. Must demonstrate the ability to maintain strict confidentiality with all aspects of employee files, salary, and personnel data.
F. Analytical skills necessary in order to develop and implement effective recruitment plans, screen candidates and make recommendations regarding job applicants; skills and ability to make recommendations regarding policies and procedures; format and maintain various reports.
G. Computer literate with in-depth knowledge of and experience with Microsoft Office products.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
A. Normal professional office environment with little exposure to excessive noise, dust, temperature or the like.
B. Local travel may be required.
C. Auto available for use with current/active CA drivers license and auto insurance as required by the State of California.
D. Annual Tuberculosis Screening required.
E. Employment background screening including fingerprinting required.
F. Works with existing and potential employees, administrative staff, supervisors and managers.
G. May interact with senior level Human Resource personnel from other organizations.
H. Interacts with group benefit representatives, including health, flexible benefit, EAP, etc.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIP:
Reports to Chief Executive Officer.

The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities, or requirements.

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JOB TITLE: Family Practice Physician

FLSA STATUS: Exempt

DEPARTMENT: School Health Clinics of Santa Clara County

GENERAL SUMMARY:
Family Practice physician is needed for our community health clinic serving low income residents of San Jose, California. The Physician will see patients, supervise Family Nurse Practitioners, and review protocols for the clinic with the Medical Director, the Director of Clinical Services and staff. The Family Practice physician will prescribes and administers medications and performs a variety of medical procedures and duties consistent with physician scope of practice. This is a part-time position (24 to 28 hours/week) with flexible hours, no night or weekend calls and excellent benefits.
We are a National Health Service Corp Site.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
A. Examines, diagnoses, and treats diseases and injuries of patients of all ages, including reproductive health and routine gynecological evaluations.
B. Examines patients and determines need for x-ray examinations and clinical laboratory tests.
C. Interprets examination findings and test results, and implements treatment plans.
D. Prepares and reviews case histories and obtains data in clinical encounters.
E. Supports health promotion and disease prevention activities to enable each patient to reach full potential.
F. Monitors physical and psychosocial well-being of patients.
G. Conducts age appropriate screening.
H. Determines need for consultation and assists in medical care treatment provided at the direction of other specialists.
I. May instruct medical students and/or residents in procedures for diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries.
J. Oversees Medical Assistants' performance of accurate CLIA-waived laboratory tests.
K. Dispenses pre-packaged, pre-labeled medications under protocols. Under protocols, writes prescriptions for appropriate medications.
L. Writes clear, problem-oriented medical charting on each patient seen.
M. Other duties as assigned.

EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
A. Must hold a Doctorate degree from an accredited School of Medicine.
B. Board certification (or Board eligible) is required.
C. License to practice medicine in the State of CA, a current DEA license and BLS certification. Previous experience in Family Practice is preferred.

MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY:
A. Knowledge of general and specific medical diagnoses and treatments; problem oriented recording; pharmaceutical treatments; health education methods and techniques.
B. Knowledge of referral resources within the community in order to provide comprehensive treatment.
C. Knowledge of primary, acute and chronic healthcare management; basic laboratory work.
D. Knowledge of reproductive health care - including contraceptive counseling, dispensing (including Plan B/Emergency Contraception), pregnancy testing, and health education on sexual health topics. Knowledge of routine gynecological     examination and testing.
E. Ability to complete written records in a timely manner.
F. Ability to communicate with patients; provide group and individual health teaching and counseling in order to provide high quality physical and emotional support to patients.
G. Ability to respond well to emergencies; handle potentially volatile situations in a calm, decisive manner and to recognize when consultation is needed
H. Ability to speak and understand Spanish preferred.
I. Computer literate with knowledge of MS office products and Windows.
J. Ability to prioritize and multitask; ability to work independently and in a team environment.
K. Interpersonal skills at a level to effectively deal with volunteers and staff/individuals as well as with the SHCSCC diverse population.
L. Ability to develop and deliver both oral and written presentations.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
A. Usual clinic environment with frequent interruptions in work to answer telephones and attend to emergency situations.
B. May be exposed to communicable diseases.
C. Satisfactory completion of employment screening.
D. Completed post offer physical exam, to include, MMR, Varicella Zoster, Hep B
E. Completed Department of Justice Background Check (Live Scan)
F. Employee's proof of auto insurance and current CA driver's license.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS:
Reports to Medical Director.

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Posted: March 2, 2016

JOB TITLE: Nurse Practitioner

FLSA STATUS: Non-Exempt

DEPARTMENT: School Health Clinics of Santa Clara County

GENERAL SUMMARY:

Under remote supervision is responsible for providing complete clinical care, under a physician's direction and using written protocols for qualified students who attend a designated school. Care may include both individual and/or group health teaching.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

A. Provides comprehensive, direct medical care to children and adolescents including reproductive health using written protocols. Acts as the primary care provider for those patients who sign up for that clinic.

B. Teaches individuals and groups about health related topics as time permits.

C. Performs or oversees Medical Assistants' performance of accurate CLIH-waived laboratory tests such as urine dip sticks, pregnancy, wet mounts and hemoglobin's. Follows up on lab results.

D. Dispenses pre-packaged, pre-labeled medications under protocols.

E. Writes clear, problem-oriented medical charting on each patient seen.

F. Serves as liaison with teachers, counselors, etc. at the school site.

G. Provides direction to the assigned Medical Assistant.

H. Assists in data collection for evaluation purposes on each patient seen by completing Encounter Forms.

I. Completes necessary billing forms on each patient seen.

J. Assures that the assigned clinic runs smoothly and in an organized manner.

K. Oversees the day-to-day operations of assigned clinic.

L. Other duties as assigned.

EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:

A. Certified or licensed in California as a Physician Assistant or as a Family or Pediatric Nurse Practitioner; and a graduate of a NCCPA , FNP or PNP program.

B. B.A. or B.S. in Health Sciences.

C. One year's work experience and experience working with children and/or adolescents.

MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE OF AND ABILITY TO:

A. Knowledge of general and specific medical diagnoses and treatments, especially for children and adolescents; problem oriented recording; pharmaceutical treatments; health education methods and techniques and referral resources within the community in order to provide comprehensive treatment.

B. Knowledge of primary, acute and chronic healthcare management; basic laboratory work.

C. Ability to complete written records in a timely fashion.

D. Ability to communicate with children and adolescents; provide group and individual health teaching and counseling in order to provide high quality physical and emotional support to patients.

E. Ability to respond well to emergencies in a stressful environment; handle potentially volatile situations in a calm, decisive manner and to recognize when consultation is needed

F. Ability to speak and understand Spanish.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

A. Usual clinic environment with frequent interruptions in work to answer telephones and deal with crises.

B. May be exposed to communicable diseases.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS:

Under the general administrative supervision and general clinical supervision of the Medical Director.

 

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Posted: March 2, 2016

JOB TITLE: Medical Assistant Per diem

FLSA STATUS: Non-Exempt

DEPARTMENT: School Health Clinics of Santa Clara County

GENERAL SUMMARY:

The Medical Assistant, under the direction of the Clinic Manager, Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant, performs various patient care activities, clerical duties, and other duties as relates to the smooth operation of a School Health Clinic activities; must be able to use good judgment in carrying out job tasks and be sensitive to the School Health Clinics needs in cooperation with the interdisciplinary team and other school departments; assures the clinic is well organized so that the highest quality of medical care will be provided.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

A. Registers patients for the Health Clinic by determining the presence of a current Parental Consent form and confirming that signature if necessary; and by completing all necessary registration forms.

B. Assures receipt of all insurance information from the patient.

C. Prepares patients to be seen by the Practitioner by locating the correct chart and performing and recording vital signs on each patient.

D. Assists in performing selected tests such as urine testing for HCG, HGB, Protein, Sugar, Blood, etc.

E. Provides simple medical treatment under the supervision of the Practitioner to selected patients that may involve such things as the application of non-sterile compresses, ice, bandages and charts this when appropriate.

F. Files patient information and forms in patient charts in a timely manner so that files can be accessed easily.

G. Maintains patient chart files organized in predetermined format.

H. Assist patients in completing necessary documents.

I. Assist withreferral tracking, following up with patients for whom the clinic is PCP.

J. Performs language translation as needed.

K. Collects and checks for accuracy, evaluation and billing data. Enters registrations and visit information into computer accurately, completely and in a timely manner.

L. Answers Health Clinic telephone, refers calls and takes messages in a sensitive manner.

M. Cleans and cares for Health Clinic equipment such as

    1. Scales
    2. Sphygmomanometer
    3. Wheelchairs
    4. Crutches
    5. Heating Pad

N. Completes clerical assignments such as the typing of memos and labels; monthly ordering of office medical supplies so that supplies are maintained at a pre-determined level; and Xeroxing forms and other materials necessary for operation.

O. Attends required team meetings once or twice monthly.

P. May be asked to assist in the orientation of new staff members on an as needed basis.

Q. Responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of all patients seen.

R. May work at other clinic locations as needed

S. Other duties as assigned.

EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:

A. High school diploma or GED.

B. Medical Assistant Certificate from an approved Medical Assistant program as required by the State of California.

C. CPR certified.

D. One-year current clinical experience as an M.A. preferred.

MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE OF AND ABILITY TO:

A. Knowledge of office routine and filing system.

B. Bilingual English/Spanish required.

C. Ability to interact in a courteous helpful manner with patients, clients and staff.

D. Ability to work effectively with a diverse population and positively in a teamwork environment.

E. Knowledge of or be willing to learn community health and welfare resources.

F. Knowledge of computers and their applications.

G. Knowledge of medical terminology

H. Ability to use tact and diplomacy in dealing with patients, co-workers, visitors and callers since many situations involve the provision of sensitive services.

I. Skills in prioritizing, organizing and planning job tasks.

J. Ability to recognize signs and symptoms of impending emergencies and initiate appropriate
   response.

K. Ability to function, under protocols, with remote supervision when necessary. Because of small staffs at each location, there is more marked degree of autonomy.

L. Employment screening required.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

A. Position requires occasional moderate to heavy activity level involving lifting (up to 50 pounds), bending, pushing and pulling.

B. May be exposed to microbial contamination from ill patients.

C. Usual clinic environment with frequent interruptions in work to answer telephones and deal with crises.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS:

Reports to the Clinic Manager for the School Health Clinics of Santa Clara County; routine clinical duties are supervised by the Nurse Practitioner.

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The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as our exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities, or requirements.

Please reply to:

Jocelyn Hart

CFO/COO

JocelynH@schoolhealthclinics.org

408-284-2289