50 Career Opportunities at Community Healthcore


New Posting Outreach Coordinator
Focal person providing person centered Information and Referral (I&R) to callers and walk-ins for the 14 county service area. Work Schedule: Typically Mon - Fri; 8 to 5; some evenings and weekends required.

Provides transportation to all Day Habilitation/Vocational designated sites, i.e. Longview Business Services and designated locations in the community. Work Schedule: M-F 7:30 am - 3:30 pm

The Crisis Supervisor will be well versed in resource/navigation for comprehensive client services and follow-up. Crisis Supervisor is responsible for crisis services for the counties served. Provides supervision and accountability to staff in service area. . Work Schedule: Monday- Friday 8 am - 5 pm; as needed.

Reviews financial Assessment Screenings and Direct Referrals for all consumers served to identify potential eligibility for SSI/Medicaid, SSDI, Medicare, CHIP, QMB, SLMB, Indigent Medication Benefits, and any other federal or state assistance programs for which they may be potentially eligible.

The RN assures that the philosophy, mission, objectives, policies and procedures of Project Access and Community Healthcore are followed. The RN is responsible for delivering quality care, delegates appropriately, demonstrates positive interpersonal relationships with others in communication and problem resolution, and is sensitive to the needs of individuals.

Performs all aspects of health plan related individual provider and facility credentialing, re-credentialing and enrollment activities.

Reviews financial Assessment Screenings and Direct Referrals for all consumers served to identify potential eligibility for SSI/Medicaid, SSDI, Medicare, CHIP, QMB, SLMB, Indigent Medication Benefits, and any other federal or state assistance programs for which they may be potentially eligible.

Staff will train and assist consumers in vocational/site base rehabilitation skills for life skills and community employment

The Certified Occupational Therapist will be responsible for the delivery of services to address the functional needs of a child related to the performance of self-help skills, adaptive behavior, play and sensory and motor and postural development. Work Schedule

Helps individuals achieve dignity, independence and their dreams by modeling and teaching life skills in a residential setting.

The Therapist II will perform clinical activities including independent assessments and service interventions as directed by the treatment plan and/or identified patient needs. Work schedule: Rotating Shifts

Serves as a member of a multi-disciplinary team providing diagnostic and medication services to adult patients in MH Outpatient.

The RN is responsible for delivering quality care, delegates appropriately, demonstrates positive interpersonal relationships with others in communication and problem resolution, and is sensitive to the needs of individuals we serve, families and fellow co-workers.

The RN is responsible for delivering quality care, delegates appropriately, demonstrates positive interpersonal relationships with others in communication and problem resolution, and is sensitive to the needs of individuals we serve, families and fellow co-workers.

The QMHP will work hand in hand with the MD, LPHAs and RNs to provide individuals served with resources pertaining to diagnosis, services, medication, housing etc. Work schedule: 7am - 7pm or 7pm - 7am; Rotating weekends and days off.

MH Specialist will assist in the admission process including performing inventory of personal property and orienting people to the unit, assist in performance of activities of daily living as indicated, monitor behavior in the facility, obtain vital signs, assist with meals, assist with linen service and complete related documentation. Shift: 7am - 7pm

MH Specialist will assist in the admission process including performing inventory of personal property and orienting people to the unit, assist in performance of activities of daily living as indicated, monitor behavior in the facility, obtain vital signs, assist with meals, assist with linen service and complete related documentation. Shift: 7pm - 7am

The Accountant III performs complex accounting and reporting functions, primarily in the areas of the balance sheet, general ledger, and federal/state grants and contracts. This position is a cross-functional, multi-focus job serving in an assistant role to the Controller.

Responsible for utilizing the nursing process to meet the needs of patients in the RCRC (involuntary extended observation unit and voluntary crisis residential unit, crisis stabilization unit) according to the professional standards of nursing care.

Provides transportation assistance for ACT & IST Team patients.

Occupational Therapist serves as a member of the Interdisciplinary Team responsible for the identification, assessment, planning, and delivery of services to address the functional needs of a children birth to 36 months.

Helps individuals achieve dignity, independence and their dreams by modeling and teaching life skills in a residential setting.

Staff will train and assist consumers in vocational/site base habilitation skills for life skills and community employment.

Establish positive relationships with individuals with disabilities. Monitor activities, provide basic care and document activities. Must have basic computer skills. Current and valid driver license in State of residence.

Helps individuals achieve dignity, independence and their dreams by modeling and teaching life skills in a residential setting.

Performs responsible monitoring of the residency and grounds to insure client safety. Shifts vary. Position is in White Oak, Texas.

Under direction of the Program Manager of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) Authority Services and within federal, state and local guidelines performs routine work meeting the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities. Work involves assessing and determining individual resident needs and developing appropriate programs.

Under direction of the Program Manager of IDD Authority Services and within federal, state and local guidelines performs routine work meeting the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities. Work involves assessing and determining individual resident needs and developing appropriate programs.

Peer Provider position utilizes approaches that are inclusive of recovery orientation that assist persons in being able to live, work and participate in their home communities.

The Early Intervention Specialist functions as a professional member of the Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) team representing the discipline of early intervention and provides services for ECI children/families whose needs are determined to be most appropriately served by this professional. Community Healthcore Early Childhood Intervention serves children in Smith, Wood, Cherokee, Rains, Van Zandt, Henderson, and Anderson counties.

ECI Program Supervisor assists the Early Childhood Intervention Assistant Director in all aspects of supervision of service delivery for the ECI program and reports to the ECI Assistant Director.

The Licensed Assistant in Speech-Language Pathology serves as a member of the ECI Interdisciplinary team under the direct supervision of the Speech-Language Pathologist, responsible for delivery of services to children, birth to three years old, with communicative disorders and delays in development of communicative skills.

The Physical Therapist is responsible for the identification, assessment, planning, and delivery of services to address the promotion of Sensorimotor function through enhancement of musculoskeletal development, cardiopulmonary status, and effective environmental adaptation.

The Physical Therapist Assistant will be responsible for the delivery of services to address the functional needs of a child related to the performance of mobility, adaptive behavior & play, sensory, motor and postural development.

The Speech Language Pathologist serves as a member of the Interdisciplinary Team responsible for the identification, assessment, planning, and delivery of services to children with communicative or feeding and swallowing disorders and delays in development of communication skills.

The Early Intervention Specialist functions as a professional member of the Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) team representing the discipline of early intervention and provides services for ECI children/families whose needs are determined to be most appropriately served by this professional. Community Healthcore Early Childhood Intervention serves children in Gregg, Harrison, Marion, Rusk, Upshur, and Panola counties.

Delivery of Substance Abuse services to clients and family members in an outpatient setting, ages 18+.

Perform diagnostic evaluations. Work involves treatment of client with mental health disorders.

Perform diagnostic evaluations. Work involves treatment of client with mental health disorders.

Provides individualized support and services under the direct supervision of a LPHA according to an established plan of care to assist individuals. Prior experience as a recipient of public mental health treatment or rehabilitation services.

Establish positive relationships with individuals with disabilities. Monitor activities, provide basic care and document activities. Must have basic computer skills. Current and valid driver license in State of residence.

Provides casework services for service coordination, screenings aftercare, and plans of care.

Provides casework services and completes file documentation for service coordination, screenings aftercare, and plans of care.

Provides casework services and completes file documentation for service coordination, screenings aftercare, and plans of care.

Provides casework services and completes file documentation for service coordination, screenings aftercare, and plans of care.

The Mental Health Specialist is part of a disciplinary team and will work cooperatively with other members of the team to provide services to designated clients on the Crisis Residential and Extended Observation Units.

Responsible for filing, data entry, copying records. Ability to communicate with others effectively.

Responsible for filing, data entry, copying records. Ability to communicate with others effectively.

Establish positive relationships with individuals with disabilities, mental illness or substance abuse use disorders. Positions are in Longview, Texas.

Responsible for care, treatment and general well being of individuals with disabilities, mental illness or substance use disorders. Position is located in Atlanta, Texas.