Jobs

ALPHA offers an opportunity to post jobs available at your organization. If you would like to post a job on this page please send your listing in electronic form to ">. Listings should be brief, and include the following:

  • Organization Name, Job Title and Brief description of the position
  • Minimum qualifications Deadline for applications Where to send a resume Web link
  • A contact for ALPHA about this ad (name, email, phone number or email address) in case we have questions

Listings will be removed after 3 months unless requested to extend posting.

Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center

Medical Lab Technician

Summary: Under direct supervision performs laboratory work in the areas of phlebotomy, hematology, chemistry, urinalysis, and immunology. 28 hours per week.

Education and/or Experience:  The fully trained laboratory technician has at a minimum a diploma from an accredited high school and preferably an advanced training certificate from an accredited school in clinical laboratory practice, (medical laboratory technology). Documentation of in-house training is required before employees are permitted to perform laboratory procedures without direct supervision. Certified MLT and two years experience preferred.

Hiring Range:  $ 20.71 – $24.85

 

Health Information Management Manager

Summary of Position:  This is a management position responsible for leading and directing Health Information Management services across ANHC’s integrated healthcare delivery system.  This includes, but is not limited to, maintenance of the day-to-day operations within and among other departments; systematic quality assurance audits; implement and maintain patient portal—including all related training; physical safety, security and confidentiality of protected health information; evaluation of HIM processes and controls against the organization’s internal and external information needs on an ongoing basis; compliance with relevant State and Federal regulations; ANHC Privacy Officer designation in compliance with HIPAA regulations; develop and implement policies and procedures governing protected health information; hire, train, supervise, and evaluate HIM staff; oversee transcription functions; develop and monitor HIM departmental budget; coordinate the ordering of equipment and supplies for the HIM department within established budgetary parameters.

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s in Health Information Management or related field required, master’s degree preferred.  Minimum 2 to 5 years experience working in a HIM department including experience with release of protected health information and HIPAA compliance strategies.  Two years of supervisory experience required to include hiring, training, evaluating and discipline of staff. Professional certification as a Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) or Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) preferred.

Hiring Range:       DOE

Learn more and apply.

Nuka System of Care, Southcentral Foundation, Anchorage, AK

Southcentral Foundation’s “Nuka System of Care” is a name given to the whole health care system created, managed, and owned by Alaska Native people to achieve physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellness.

The relationship-based Nuka System of Care is comprised of organizational strategies and processes; medical, behavioral, dental and traditional practices; and supporting infrastructure that work together – in relationship – to support wellness. By putting relationships at the forefront of what we do and how we do it, the Nuka System will continue to develop and improve for future generations and share this with the world.

We have the following current openings in our Nuka Institute:

  • Accounting Technician
  • Application Developer
  • Audio-visual Technologist
  • Business Development Advisor
  • Graphic and Web Designer
  • Instructional Designer
  • Manager
  • Marketing Planner
  • Senior Staff Accountant
  • Program Evaluator
  • Technical Writer
  • Technology Specialist

Salary DOE with excellent benefits including an employer matched 401K plan, paid time off starting at 3.7 weeks, and increasing with years of service, employee medical, dental, vision, hearing and more. See full ‘Director of Planning and Grants’ job description and apply online at at www.southcentralfoundation.com or contact Beverly Willmon at 888-700-6966, x3/ 907-729-6515 or

Technical Writer at Southcentral Foundation

Southcentral Foundation is seeking a Technical Writer who will develop, write, and edit materials for reports, manuals, briefs, proposals for funding, newsletters, and related technical and administrative publications in print or electronic media for the NUKA institute.

Qualifications
Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in healthcare industry or equivalent training and experience and five (5) years of documented experience writing proposals, policies, procedures or other substantial documents.

Benefits
Salary DOE with excellent benefits including an employer matched 401K plan with 3 years to be vested, 3.9 weeks paid leave, 5.2 weeks leave after 2 years employee medical, dental, vision, hearing and more.

See full ‘TECHNICAL WRITER’ job description and submit an online application at www.southcentralfoundation.com or contact Beverly Willmon at .

2014 Mat-Su Community Health Fellowship

As a Mat-Su Community Health Fellow you’ll work alongside public health professionals

on a Behavioral Health Environmental Scan that will map the continuum of behavioral

health services available to community members, identify gaps, and barriers, and assess

the policy and regulatory environment in Alaska and the nation in terms of behavioral

health. Both the treatment and prevention system will be assessed, with special attention to

childhood trauma. This is a six month fellowship. (www.healthymatsu.org)

Competencies sought include at least completion of course work for a

Master’s Degree in one of the following fields: Public health, Social Work, Medicine,

Nursing, or Public policy. We can accommodate meeting practicum or thesis needs.

Professionals with completed degrees are welcome, as well.

Compensation will include: The Fellow will be paid a stipend of $20/30 per hour, up to 30

hours per week and a housing allowance is available.

How to apply: The Fellowship will begin in early 2014. To apply please submit the following

electronically by 8 am on December 16, 2013. Send to Don Zoerb, Finance Director,

at .

• An up-to-date curriculum vitae.

• An essay describing the reason you want to be a Mat-Su Community Health Fellow,

including a discussion of your major strengths and qualifications for this program and how

this fellowship experience will fit into your career plans.

• The names of four references who can speak to your academic and/or work experience

and skills.