North Carolina Community Health Center Association
Raleigh, North Carolina • Wake County
October 01, 2019
July 31, 2019
The Connecting Kids to Coverage Coordinator (CK2CC) serves as the Project Director for the Connecting Kids to Coverage (CK2C) grant to support community health center efforts to enroll individuals in health insurance, with a specific focus on children and families eligible for Medicaid and NC Health Choice. The CK2C Coordinator will work collaboratively with the existing outreach and enrollment (OE) team at NCCHCA. The CK2CC’s primary responsibilities will be focused on a three-year Healthy Kids Cooperative Agreement funded through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). The CK2CC will provide oversight and support to health center sub-grantees that will conduct direct outreach and enrollment to children and families potentially eligible for Medicaid and NC Health Choice. The CK2CC will support OE staff at community health centers throughout the state by developing and distributing Medicaid/NC Health Choice training and informational materials, conducting site visits at health center sub-grantee locations, assisting with implementation of grant activities, and facilitating health center relationships with local county Department of Social Services. The CK2CC will prepare monthly and semi-annual reports to CMS. The CK2CC will facilitate in-person trainings for health center OE staff related to the CK2C grant, as well as host monthly planning and strategy calls for sub-grantees. The CK2CC will be the primary contact for content expertise consultant, Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy (CCLA).
Candidates for the position of CK2C Coordinator must be self-motivated and possess the ability to manage multiple tasks, carry a heavy workload, and travel. The ideal candidate will be able to conduct detailed qualitative and quantitative evaluation of programs and services and have excellent internal and external customer service skills. The CK2CC will work with health centers and other consumer assistance groups across the state to coordinate the promotion of health insurance literacy and provide training and technical assistance to OE staff at community health centers. Because one of the priority consumer groups for this grant and many of the outreach services conducted by health center staff are focused on the Latino population, individuals with Spanish language skills will be strongly considered.
· 3-5 years of experience in public health, health education, or related field.
· Experience working in a Community Health Center preferred.
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How to Apply: Cover letter and resume (in pdf format) should be emailed to email@example.com by August 21 with the subject line “CK2C Coordinator.”