US Department of Labor Job Postings

Please see the links below to the job announcements. Please feel free to circulate these announcement to your associates, stakeholders, etc.

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/555743600

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/555758400#

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William Sabik

Community Outreach and Resource Planning Specialist
United States Department of Labor

Wage and Hour Division
New Orleans District Office
600 S. Maestri Place, Suite 615
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 373-0691 cell

(504) 299-1497 office/fax

sabik.william@dol.gov

www.wagehour.dol.gov

U.S. Department of Labor announced a final rule to make 1.3 million American workers eligible for overtime pay

Good morning

I am sharing with you the press release:

  • On September 24, 2019, the U.S. Department of Labor announced a final rule to make 1.3 million American workers eligible for overtime pay. For more information, please visit www.dol.gov/agencies/whd/overtime2019/index.

If you have any questions please let me know.

William Sabik

Community Outreach and Resource Planning Specialist
United States Department of Labor

Wage and Hour Division
New Orleans District Office
600 S. Maestri Place, Suite 615
New Orleans, LA 70130
(504) 373-0691 cell

(504) 299-1497 office/fax

sabik.william@dol.gov

www.wagehour.dol.gov

NOELA Care Coordinator Position

Position Title: Care Coordinator

Reports to: QI Director

Effective Date:

Shift:M-F 8:30am – 4:30pm

Contact: diemnguyen.mqvncdc@gmail.com

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POSITION SUMMARY

Individual will provide support for community members, patients, staff and clinic in order to most effectively provide patient care.  This position works closely with the QI Director, physician, staff and community members in coordinating chronic disease and preventative care for members, provide social services and interpreting.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  1. High school diploma or equivalent required. Higher education desirable.
  2. Ability to use various standardized word processing and spreadsheet software required; working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access software preferred.
  3. Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  4. Ability to work in a culturally diverse, patient-centered, holistic atmosphere.
  5. Ability to travel to and work at different sites as needed.
  6. Familiar with operation of electronic office machines (phones, copier, fax, scanner)
  7. Knowledge of HMO, PPO and Governmental payer policies and guidelines preferred.
  8. Vietnamese or Spanish speaking preferred.

 

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND PERFORMANCE STANDARDS

  1. Competently establishes and manages database registry for chronic disease care.
  2. Coordinates Patient Education materials with staff and clinicians; and insures appropriate flow of materials within clinic.
  3. Assists clinicians in education and clinical management to patients/families regarding diagnosis of disease management, including medical nutrition therapy for diseases.
  4. Works closely with Quality Improvement Directors preforming audits, coordinating research efforts, quality of care improvements and benchmarking.
  5. Responsible for coordinating group visits and working with clinic staff.
  6. Perform other tasks as required.

 

Care coordination:

  1. Establishes and manages database registry for chronic disease and preventative care, particularly for cancer screenings and prevention; collaborates with clinicians and staff in patient care visits using knowledge for basic guidelines.
  2. Assists clinician for coordination of Patient Education material with staff and clinicians; and ensures appropriate flow of materials within clinic;
  3. Responsible for education and clinical management of patient/families regarding the importance and methods of cancer screening;
  4. Works closely with Quality Improvement team to perform audits, coordinate research efforts, quality of care improvements and benchmarking;
  5. Responsible for coordinating Disease Specific Group Visits, working closely with physician, utilizing nursing knowledge and skills, completing required charting and documentation.
  6. Uses time efficiently by evaluating and prioritizing tasks, calendaring workload to ensure ample time for completion in a timely manner. Prioritizing to adapt to changing situation and to accomplish the most essential activities according to health center needs.  Assisting others as needed.
  7. Other: See attachment with regards to Care Coordination “Specific Duties.”

 

Interpreting:

Provide language services to non-English speaking patients to help them communicate with doctors, nurse practitioners, medical office assistants and other clinic staff

 

Social services:

Provide community members, clients, and patients with social services such as Medicare, Medicaid, ACA, SNAP enrollment and other services that may benefit the community.

 

Additional tasks as needed:

  1. Cross trains with other support staff to assist as needed as relating to clinic efficiency.
  2. Cross train across NOELA CHC sites as appropriate.
  3. Exhibits a willingness to learn new tasks.
  4. Complete programs or projects as relevant to personal academic needs in relation to clinic mission statement.

 

Financial Responsibility:None

Supervisory Responsibility:None

Positions Directly Supervised:None

Is this position at risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens?Yes

Is this position at risk of exposure to Tuberculosis?  Yes

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Employee provides services associated to NOELA Community Health Center, its participating physicians and clinicians, which is a covered entity under the HIPAA rule. In the scope of performing functions, including but not limited to management, administrative, financial, legal and operational support services, I may have access to Protected Health Information (PHI), which is information, whether oral, written, electronic, visual, pictorial, physical, or any other form, that relates to an individual’s past, present or future physical or mental health status, condition, treatment, service, products purchased, or provision of health care and which reveals the identity of the individual, whose health care is the subject of the information, or where there is reasonable basis to believe such information could be utilized to reveal the identity of that individual.

Yes__X___      No______

 

In signing below, I certify that this job description is an accurate representation of the responsibilities of this position.

 

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Employee                                                                                Date

 

___________________________________________ ____________________

Supervisor                                                                                Date

 

La Voz de la Comunidad – Partnerships for Success Project Coordinator

LA Voz de la Comunidad
Strategic Prevention Framework – Partnerships for Success Project Coordinator

General Description: To coordinate strategies of the SPF-PFS program action plan. The position answers directly to the PFS project director. The position is full time for 40 hours per week. The project coordinator must be fluent in Spanish. Position salary range is $30,000 to $60,000. Position responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Promote recruitment of stakeholders
  • Coordinate the facilitation of community education, training and special events
  • Participate in media messaging and events at schools, radio, TV, print media, and the Internet (web site and social media) as outlined in action plan
  • Coordinate Media Campaigns as outlined in the action plan
  • Coordinate the Alcohol compliance activities as outlined in the action plan
  • Recruit schools to implement CCYS as outlined in the action plan
  • Recruit schools and community organizations to establish Language Access Policies as outlined in action plan
  • Travel will be required
  • Conduct Responsible Vendor Classes as outlined in the action plan

    Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in the behavioral health sciences or related field; or equivalent professional experience with community coalition building. Two years experience in fundraising, event planning, or working with youth. Strong Spanish language proficiency and ability to travel to multiple locations within the community. Must work flexible schedule, including weekends and evenings, as determined by the program director. Must be able to work independently and able to develop a network of Latino contacts and resources.

NOELA Community Health Center – Job Postings

Bilingual Physical Therapy Assistant

https://www.ziprecruiter.com/jobs/noela-community-health-center-99528c98/bilingual-vietnamese-medical-assistant-front-desk-1f413920?mid=1595&source=feed-linkedin\

Vietnamese Family Practice or Internist Nurse Practitioner

https://www.ziprecruiter.com/jobs/noela-community-health-center-99528c98/vietnamese-family-practice-or-internist-nurse-practitioner-9e214e23?source=feed-linkedin&mid=1595

Bilingual Vietnamese Medical Assistant/Front Desk

https://www.ziprecruiter.com/jobs/noela-community-health-center-99528c98/bilingual-vietnamese-medical-assistant-front-desk-1f413920?mid=1595&source=feed-linkedin

 

 

 

Louisiana Supreme Court: Job Posting for Deputy Judicial Administrator – Language Access/Trial Court Services

DEPUTY JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATOR –LANGUAGE ACCESS/TRIAL COURT SERVICES

The Judicial Administrator’s office of the Louisiana Supreme Court iscurrently seeking a highly-qualified individual to manage language access initiatives and a comprehensive program of trial court services. The Deputy Judicial Administrator–Language Access /Trial Court Services is responsible for development and implementation of language access initiatives to ensure access to the courts for individuals with limited English proficiency, includingleading the Court’s Language Access Stakeholder Committee, managing the court interpreter training and testing program, assisting lower courts with the coordination of language access services, creating and implementing a full language access plan along with a template for the lower courts’ guidance,management of day-to-day operations of the Office of Language Access, and management of the Court’s Title VI programming and training. This position will also provide administrative support services to the trial courts in Louisiana as assigned by the Judicial Administrator, such as providingassistance with disaster recovery, serving as district courts’ liaison with Office of Risk Management, managing the Judges’ Quarterly SafetyProgram, monitoring pending legislation that affects the courts, and other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Judicial Administrator.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

Juris Doctor Degree and six years of legal experience, preferably in a judicial system or court setting;

Experience working with language access and/or Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 preferred.

This position requires strong multi-tasking and leadership capabilities as well as excellent communication, presentation and computer skills. Some travel is required as needed. Hands on computer proficiency is a must including all Microsoft Office products. Salary commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits including paid parking. Candidate must pass background check.

Qualified candidates must send resume and salary requirements to: hrresumes@lasc.org and reference JOB LANGACC2019in the subject line.

Resumes must be received by October 11, 2019 for consideration. EOE M/F/D/V.