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Please email application and/or resume to careeropportunities@qolhs.com
fax to: (256) 492-7182
or mail to P.O. Box 97, Gadsden, AL. 35902.

Quality of Life Health Services, Inc., has the following vacancies for Chambers Quality Health Care:

Updated March 26, 2018

Bilingual Services Specialist

The Bilingual Services Specialist is responsible for coordinating health and wellness resources and information for patients, clients and in the QOLHS service area communities in a culturally sensitive manner. This individual will work primarily with Latino groups and organizations to connect them to the services and programs at QOLHS and with other community resource agencies.

Qualifications: Must have GED or high school diploma; Associate’s degree preferred. Possess proficient bilingual skills in English and Spanish. Able to travel between all QOLHS health care centers. Must demonstrate bi-cultural sensitivity. Able to effectively communicate with existing provider staff and community providers.

  • Quality of Life Health Complex

Community Outreach Specialist

The Community Outreach Specialist will perform outreach activities and provide information to targeted communities within the corporate service areas. In achieving this objective, the Community Outreach Specialist will coordinate grass root activities with public and private sectors, school committees, public housing and migrant communities, and faith-based organizations. The Community Outreach Specialist will support the Community Outreach Division in attaining specific monthly encounter goals, and by establishing a personal presence within the corporate service areas.

Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED required, two years college preferred. A valid driver’s license. Must maintain a driving record acceptable to corporate current liability insurer(s). Must have basic computer skills.

  • Quality of Life Health Complex

Credentialing Specialist

The Credentialing Specialist coordinates all credentialing activities associated with multi-specialty physician practices through interaction with all insurance and government payers.

Qualifications: High School diploma or GED; Applicable Associate degree or Certified Provider Credentialing Specialist certificate preferred. Two years relevant credentialing experience. Must have basic computer skills, including proficient working knowledge in Microsoft Excel and Word. Exceptional organizational skills. A strong working knowledge of third party payers.

  • Quality of Life Health Complex

Dental Assistant

The Dental Assistant supports the dentist during the examination and treatment of patients, and provides for the maintenance of accurate records, an orderly/sterile workplace and adequate inventories of materials.

Qualifications: High school diploma or GED. A certification of completion of a dental assistant course at a vocational school is preferred. Must be able to interact successfully with patients, especially when they are anxious or in pain. Must have knowledge of oral anatomy and standards of oral hygiene. Must exhibit a desire to perform/learn dental techniques.

Telehealth Program Director

The primary function of the Telehealth Program Director is to supervise, coordinate and actively participate in the Quality Health Care Connections Project. This position will oversee staff activities for the clinical and administrative portions of the telehealth project. The program director will ensure optimum workflow and the provision of high quality care to the school children and their families targeted by the school telehealth project. The program director will assist with patient, clinician or school staff concerns, as well as, provide training of new staff members. The director will act as the liaison with all program partners. The director is expected to demonstrate critical thinking skills, leadership, and appropriate role modeling.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in nursing required. Current Alabama Nursing License. At least two years of experience in health care related field. Knowledge of The Joint Commission and federal regulations preferred.

  • Quality of Life Health Complex

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

Assistant to physicians and other professionals in the provision of primary care. Responsive commitment to the needs of patients and ability to deal politely with public even under stress.
Qualifications: Graduated from an accredited program in practical nursing; current registration to work as a LPN in the State of Alabama; At least one year of clinical experience in an outpatient setting is preferred.

  • Anniston Quality Health Care
  • Calhoun Quality Health Care
  • Chambers Quality Health Care
  • Talladega Quality Health Care
  • Tuskegee Quality Health Care

Medical Assistant (MA)

Responsible for assisting the provision of patient care and related nursing services necessary for the delivery of primary health care. Performs age specific assessments, familiar with medical terminology and electronic medical systems.

Qualifications: High School diploma or GED; Alabama Medical Assistant Diploma or Certification required and a minimum of 1 year experience with phlebotomy and medication injections.

  • Blount County Quality Health Care (Oneonta)
  • Calhoun Quality Health Care (Anniston)

Behavioral Health Specialist (LICSW)

The Behavioral Health Specialist functions as a member of the comprehensive primary health care team in addressing the psychosocial and substance abuse needs of patients at assigned corporate locations. The Behavioral Health Specialist also actively searches for individuals in need of behavioral health services, particularly those within special population groups. Master’s level Social Worker functions as a member of the Behavioral Health team in ad-dressing the psychosocial needs of individuals, families and groups within the community; actively searches for individuals in need of mental health services within service area.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in Social Work; Social Work license for the State of Alabama; two years of related work experi-ence, preferably in medical setting; must be sensitive to divergent cultural backgrounds; must be knowledgeable of community resources

  • DeKalb, Etowah and Cherokee Counties
  • Susie E. Allen Health Center (Phenix City)

Patient Service Representative

Performs intake, electronic patient management entry and personal and medical history data verification duties associated with the delivery of primary and specialized health care services and is required to provide knowledgeable, courteous and professional customer service.

Qualifications: High school diploma or GED

  • Gadsden

Administrative Clerk

The Administrative Clerk provides administrative assistance to assigned Department Head; Assists with maintaining appropriate and efficient filing system; Maintains confidentiality of patient and corporate information;

Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED required. Completion of a recognized/formal secretarial or medical office training course; Minimum of three years of experience as a secretary. Time management skills. Math aptitude. Must have basic computer skills. Ability to operate Microsoft Office Word and Excel. Ability to follow verbal and written instructions. Must be capable of working effectively with the public, patients, and professionals.

  • (1) Telehealth