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Southeast Alaska is home to some of the world’s most breathtaking landscapes, proudest Native cultures, and thriving pioneering spirits. SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) is responsible for keeping it healthy.
When you build your healthcare career with us, you become a central contributor to protecting Alaskan lives and communities. If you long for a lifestyle that includes combining rewarding work with fresh air, outdoor adventure, and living amongst neighbors who know your name and are always happy to see you, SEARHC has your job solution.
CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER
The Chief Information Officer provides the vision and leadership for developing and implementing information technology initiatives and maintain information technology service levels in support of SEARHC’s mission. The Chief Information Officer directs the planning, implementation and management of enterprise IT systems in support of business processes and clinical services in order to increase organizational efficiency, improve patient clinical outcomes and align Information Technology strategy with the SEARHC corporate mission and vision. The Chief Information Officer identifies opportunities for technology innovation and partnership that will further the goals of patient care and organizational efficiency. This position is responsible for all aspects of SEARHC’s electronic information and technology, including hardware, software, telephony and collaboration technologies, information technology security, collaboration with patient care and technology partners, technology infrastructure and vendor management.
PATIENT FINANCIAL SERVICES MANAGER
ThePatient Financial Services (“PFS”) Manageris responsible for the oversight of daily operations and functions of PFS. This individual provides the necessary support and leadership to achieve departmental goals and objectives. Oversees functions related to: insurance billing and follow-up, self-pay billing and follow-up, cash posting and ERA management, staff supervision and productivity, customer service and ongoing improvements to revenue cycle key performance indicators.
SENIOR TALENT ACQUISITION PARTNER
Under limited supervision, responsible for full life-cycle recruiting: recruiting, screening and recommending placement of appropriate staff by using creative sourcing methods to fill administrative, professional, clinical and other health care vacancies.
Maintains and applies knowledge of legal requirements to human resource functions and ensures policies, procedures, and hiring processes are in compliance. Is in partnership with managers and supervisors to effectively recruit, retain, and provide training to staff. Position operates with limited supervision in a team environment. Work situations require interpersonal tact and diplomacy, and the ability to influence and educate others on recruitment, staffing and other HR topics. Position consistently handles information of a highly-confidential nature. Must possess a strong base of human resources related knowledge and is capable of applying this knowledge on a day-to-day basis, especially in the area of talent acquisition.
Rating of potential employees’ applications can be difficult at times; especially with more technical positions. Inaccurately rating an application could result in an inappropriate hire or lack of a hire that should have occurred. Postings of position openings are critical to ensure that we meet the recruiting needs of the consortium.
ADVANCED PRACTICE CLINICIAN
The Alicia Roberts Medical Center, Klawock, Alaska on Prince of Wales Island, (island population ~ 5,000) is seeking a highly qualified, compassionate, energetic nurse practitioner or physician assistant to be part of the primary care medical team of 3 physicians and 3 mid-level providers.
Prince of Wales Island is the 4th largest island in the United States and offers an incredible opportunity for salt and fresh water fishing, hunting, gardening, and outdoor adventure.
The practice serves as a primary medical hub for the island and has a challenging and diverse mix of routine and emergency care. Providers participate in shared after-hours call and must be comfortable treating and stabilizing patients in urgent/emergent situations.The clinic is part of the SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC), a Native-run healthcare organization serving communities throughout Southeast Alaska since 1975.