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Passionate about the community?

Interested in working in a fast-paced environment?

NACC is looking to fulfill 3 new positions!

 

MAT RN Program Coordinator

Summary:
This position is primarily responsible for providing patient care and care coordination for adults with opioid use disorder receiving medication assisted treatment. Care coordination of opioid-dependent patients comprises at least 50% of the job function. Program coordination comprises the rest of the job function. This includes fulfillment of grant requirements, policy and procedure writing, implementing new workflows, and other program administration needs. Managing other projects and/or assisting with other clinic nursing duties may be required. This position reports to the RN Nurse Manager.

Education and/or Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in nursing (B.S.N.) from a four-year college or university and public health nurse (PHN) registration for the State of Minnesota, preferred.
Two years of experience in providing nursing care coordination, preferred.
Experience working with chemically-dependent adults and knowledge of harm reduction principles, preferred.

 


DENTAL COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER (CHW)

SUMMARY
The purpose of this position is to improve and expand care coordination for the dental clinic. This
position is primarily responsible for helping to manage patient care, provide resources and track
all dental patients while promoting education and prevention within the service area. This
position reports to the Dental Clinic Manager.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Core duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Plays an active role in care coordination as directed by the Dental Director/Dental Manager in
providing resources and mitigating barriers allowing patients to comply with clinics care
recommendations.

Manages patient correspondence and supports patient’s care coordination including: managing
and/or conducting follow up calls, coordinating the referral process, tracking patient progress,
and is the main point of contact for outside community agencies.
Aides in creating a “dental home” for patients; by acting as a social resource expert and providing
patient support at NACC.

As a certified MNSure navigator assists patient’s in completing insurance and sliding fee
applications.

Develops and conducts outreach and educational activities targeting Native Americans by acting
as part of the outreach team, participating in grant initiatives and tracking.
Collaborates with leadership about outreach activities and submits monthly report(s) of all
encounters.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:

  • High School Diploma or GED. One to two years healthcare-related experience and/or
    training.
  • Experience in the Native American Community, preferred.
  • Licensed Community Health Worker Certificate preferred

 


INTEGRATED CARE DENTAL ASSISTANT

SUMMARY
This position is primarily responsible for promoting an integrated care model through
coordinating activities to promote education and preventative services while recruiting patients
to the NACC Dental Clinic by performing the following duties.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Core duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Engage and develop cross-departmental initiatives and activities to increase the Native American
population in NACC Dental and fulfill the mission of providing a holistic approach to care.

Work in collaboration with the Dental Director/Dental Manager to establish effective tracking
methods to document integrated care activities.

Tracks referral and recruitment methods that reach the target population within NACC
including collaborating with leadership to ensure the success of initiatives.

Facilitates the consistent flow of patients in the target population from the NACC medical and
counseling clinics to the NACC dental clinic.

Provides detailed monthly reports of activities including reflecting on the efficacy of current
activities.

Perform all dental assisting duties as needed.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

  • High School Diploma or GED. One to two years healthcare-related experience and/or
    training.
  • Licensed Dental Assistant in the State of Minnesota.
  • Experience in the Native American community, preferred.

 

 


Please submit resume and cover letter to HR@nacc-healthcare.org

NACC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against
on the basis of disability.