Rss en-us Tue, 22 Sep 2020 23:37:29 GMT Tue, 22 Sep 2020 23:37:29 GMT admin@stemmjobs.com admin@stemmjobs.com <![CDATA[Veterinary Technician I (CARE)]]>
Classification Title:

Veterinary Technician I (CARE)

Job Description:

We are seeking candidates who:
• Are flexible and able to work overnight shifts and weekends
• Possess a pleasant, positive professional attitude and excellent communication skills

Nursing Care and Clinics
A key role for this position is to provide excellent nursing care for the hospitalized patients in the small animal hospital progressive care ward. The expectation is that the individual will communicate effectively with services to determine the needs and priorities for the patients under their care. They will bring in the area a positive “can do” attitude.

As a veterinary technician, providing high quality nursing care is essential for the care of our patients and the success of the service. The person is expected to have excellent basic nursing skills and know when to ask for help or seek guidance. We want staff to promote patient safety and quality care by ensuring each patient is treated as if it was their own cherished pet. Patients should be handled with care with the goal to prevent and alleviate fear, anxiety, and stress during their visit.

Encourage a positive work environment by being cool headed/even-keeled during any situation and maintain a positive attitude. Foster a welcoming environment by addressing people in a warm and cordial manner. Seek out information in regards to patient care versus having information relayed to you. Ensure hospital cleanliness is kept up. The overall aesthetics of the area is a direct reflection on the high quality care we provide so it is important the areas are kept in pristine condition while creating a safe and accident free environment.

Billing/Documentation/Communication
This position is integral to ensure that patient records are complete and proper communication has occurred with the entire Patient Care team. In order to provide the best patient Care, documentation of patient’s treatment sheets should be accurate and thoroughly depict changes in status or patient events. Part of the medical record includes that all changes are entered in a timely fashion and accurately reflect what happened to the patient.

Communication needs to be clear and concise. This is especially important when doing patient hand offs or calling clinicians to give patient updates. Our expectation is that staff will be thorough when relaying information. They are the patient’s advocate and in so must communicate any concerns that have not been addressed to their superior on the shift.

Mentoring/Teaching
Create a safe and welcoming learning environment that promotes further education and development of staff and students by fostering positivity, respect and trust. Communicate in a warm and friendly manner to all parties of the patient care team and ask frequently; “how can I help?” Promote teamwork within the service and with lateral services to meet the needs of our patients and effectively support team members. Strive to build cohesive relationships among staff, students, and clients by creating a culture of dialogue and inviting thoughts and ideas to discuss. Assist students and other technicians in learning various anesthetic techniques, protocols, and procedures.

Hospital Cleanliness
Responsible for uncompromising levels of cleanliness throughout the area while creating a safe and accident free environment. Many cases are post-surgical so post-op infections are a concern. Also, the overall aesthetics of the area is a direct reflection on the high quality care we provide so it is important the areas are kept in pristine condition

This position is considered essential personnel.

Advertised Salary:

Starting salary is $15.00 to $16.00 per hour, commensurate with experience.

Minimum Requirements:

High school diploma or equivalent and two years of veterinary experience or one year of veterinary experience and currently enrolled in a veterinary technician program or a graduate of a veterinary technician program.

Preferred Qualifications:
  • Graduation from an accredited veterinary technology program and/or certified veterinary technician
  • Knowledge of animal care and nursing
  • Knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy, and terminology
  • Knowledge of the equipment and materials used and their availability and applications
  • Ability to effectively maintain a working environment while in stressful situations
  • Ability to communicate effectively with employees of various levels and responsibilities
  • Ability to maintain effective working relationships with clinicians, coworkers, students, and clients
  • Ability to maintain a positive attitude at work
  • Ability to accept willingly constructive criticism from senior staff and clinicians
  • Ability to lift a minimum of fifty pounds
    • Ability to bend, kneel, pull, push, twist, and stand for extended periods
Special Instructions to Applicants:

In order to be considered, you must upload your cover letter, resume and list of references.

If you are credentialed, please upload a copy of your CVT, LVT or RVT.

This is a CARE position offering limited benefits, including health insurance and paid time off.

Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting end date.

This position is eligible for veteran’s preference. If you are claiming veteran’s preference, please upload a copy of your DD 214 Member Copy 4 with your application for consideration. See our Veteran's Preference Page for more specific information.

Health Assessment Required:

Yes

Must be able to lift a minimum of fifty pounds, bend, kneel, pull, push, twist and stand for extended periods of time.

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Tue, 22 Sep 2020 17:00:11 GMT
<![CDATA[Veterinary Necropsy Assistant- CARE]]>
Classification Title:

Veterinary Necropsy Assistant- CARE

Job Description:

The University Of Florida Veterinary Hospital Necropsy/Disposal Service is looking to fill a position for a Veterinary Necropsy Assistant. The Necropsy/Disposal Service is responsible for handling all animal remains to process for both the College of Veterinary Medicine and the Veterinary Hospitals. Duties include but not limited to;

  • This is a full-time 40-hour CARE position with hours that will vary depending on coverage needed. Typically, these will be shifts between 7:00 am and 7:00 pm Sunday through Saturday. May require weekend coverage.
  • Assisting with necropsy cases from intake through processing, keeping laboratory supplies ready, and maintaining lab cleanliness.
    • Filing samples and related materials from completed cases, computer entry of results, QC entries and digester load runs.
    • Empty and clean a computerized tissue digester used for the disposal of animal remains.
  • The position requires a good level of customer service skills and the ability to solve problems while following procedures.
  • Loading and unloading tissue digester and working with various equipment
    • Using a hoist to load and unload a tissue digester
    • Cleaning the equipment after loading
    • Cleaning the coolers
    • Cleaning the necropsy area with disinfectants
  • Tissue Processing
    • Assisting in the necropsy and disposal process. This includes showing students basic necropsy techniques and assisting the pathologist and residents during a necropsy
    • Processing patients for cremation and working closely with outside cremation companies
    • Participates in infectious disease necropsies and taking samples to the Alachua County Health Department when needed
    • Sharpening knives with a wet stone and steel
    • Preparing various chemical solutions
  • Customer assistance and administrative support
    • Working with computers (scanning inventory) and bagging tissue
    • Stocking lab areas with specific supplies when needed
    • Talking to potential and current clients to assess needs and resolve issues
  • Other duties as required
Expected Salary:

$15.00 per hour, commensurate with education and experience

Minimum Requirements:

High school diploma or equivalent and one year of experience, including customer service and computer records maintenance.

Preferred Qualifications:

N/A

Special Instructions to Applicants:

In order to be considered applicants must submit a resume, cover letter, and references when applying for this position.

This is a CARE position offering limited benefits including health insurance and paid time off.

Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting end date.

This position is eligible for veteran’s preference. If you are claiming veteran’s preference, please upload a copy of your DD 214 Member Copy 4 with your application for consideration. See our Veteran's Preference Page for more specific information.

Health Assessment Required:Yes
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Tue, 22 Sep 2020 17:00:11 GMT
<![CDATA[Biological Scientist II]]>

Classification Title:

Biological Scientist II

Job Description:
  • Conducts field research related to restoration of the Everglades and the ecology of South Florida, in accordance with stipulated protocols and quality and safety standards. Participates in projects with emphasis on the American crocodile and American alligator, Argentine tegus, Nile monitors, spectacled caiman, Burmese pythons, and other invasive wildlife.
  • Maintains accurate records of research methods, procedures and results. Participates in data management. Collaborates in the preparation of reports, publications, and presentations.
  • Maintains field equipment and vehicles including 4-wheel drive trucks, motor boats, and airboats in good operating order.
  • Applies for and manages permits and approvals required to perform research and outreach.
  • Performs and supervises necropsies of invasive reptiles to evaluate diet, fecundity, and overall body condition and health.
  • Supplying husbandry and care for different reptile species for educational and public outreach events
Expected Salary:

$36,000 - $41,000 annually, based on experience and skills

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in biology or a closely related field and three years of relevant experience ;or a Master’s degree in biology or a closely related field and one year of relevant experience; Doctoral degree in biology or a closely related field.

Preferred Qualifications:

Excellent communication skills and accurate data recording
-Strong quantitative skills including experience in statistical analyses, Program R, GIS, and database management.

Special Instructions to Applicants:

In order to be considered, you must upload your cover letter and resume.

Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting end date.

This is a time limited position.

Health Assessment Required:Yes

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Tue, 22 Sep 2020 17:00:10 GMT
<![CDATA[Clinical Case Manager I - Pediatrics Early Steps]]>
Classification Title:

Clinical Case Manager I- Pediatrics Early Steps

Job Description:

The College of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics has diverse academic missions including research, patient care, clinical service contracts and the medical education of residents, fellows, medical students and healthcare professionals, Graduate Assistants and Postdoctoral Associates in the research arena. Early Steps is a support program division in the department. Florida’s early intervention system offers services to infants and toddlers with significant delays or a condition likely to result in a developmental delay. Early Intervention is provided to support families and caregivers in developing the competence and confidence to help their child learn and develop.

The Department of Pediatrics is seeking candidates for a Clinical Case Manager I position providing service coordination for families and children birth thru two years of age who are referred to for Part C, the Early Steps Program. This position will serve as an intake/service coordinator in the delivery of case management activity from the referral process to the scheduling of first contacts. Duties and responsibilities include case management by obtaining required referral information, contacting clients to ascertain their interest in the program, obtaining demographic information, explaining the program, and scheduling of clients. The incumbent will also be responsible for gathering of all needed documentation in order to identify both formal and informal supports needed to facilitate client outcomes in order to complete targeted case management activities.

This position is responsible for intake coordination of targeted case management activities for families referred to the Early Steps program. He/she will be required to initiate contacts with parents/guardians to explain our program philosophy, eligibility evaluation process, document the families’ concerns, obtain patient and family information, provide parent education on developmental issues, and initiate the Individual Family Support Plan (I FSP). He/she will follow-up with community referral sources as needed to collect any further document and/or inquire if the primary referral source has any questions.

This position requires skills in planning, organizing, and having a non-judgmental approach when interacting with clients and community agencies. This position is responsible for determining funding sources for services. It requires knowledge of the Florida State Medicaid Managed Care system, Kid Care, and private insurance regulations and procedures, and the ability to ensure that services implemented under Part C are provided in the way the law stipulates.

This position is responsible for completing documentation for service provision, maintenance of patient records, billing, and data collection. In addition to the documentation, this position enters the data related to the above into the statewide data system, which includes billing targeted case management activities in the state data system within the required timeline. This requires knowledge of the data system, documentation procedures, Medicaid documentation and billing requirements, and the regulations governing Florida's implementation of Part C.

This position acts as a community liaison for the Early Steps Program, networking with other providers of early intervention services, including the public school systems, private providers, and the medical system. This position requires traveling to and from case management projects within the community.

Expected Salary:

$39,000 - $43,000 annually; commensurate within this range based on qualifications and experience.

Minimum Requirements:

Master's degree in an appropriate area; or a bachelor's degree in an appropriate area and two years of relevant experience. Valid Florida driver's license and access to reliable vehicle.

Preferred Qualifications:

- Bachelors or Master's degree from an accredited college or university in special education, elementary education, early childhood education, psychology, nursing, child development, counseling, social work, child and family studies, or related human service field and one year professional experience working with infants, toddlers, or preschoolers with or at risk for developmental delays, disabilities, or atypical development.

– Meets State requirements for Service Coordinator.

– Strong understanding of infant-toddler mental health and family systems based knowledge and applied practice.

– Communication and interpersonal skills, which are effective, respectful, and sensitive with respect to a diverse and multicultural population of children, families, and co-workers.

– Skills in problem solving, mediation, conflict resolution and teamwork are essential for collaboration as a team member, as well as for working with families and community agencies.

– Strong computer skills.

– Ability to function under pressure in a fast-paced human service environment.

Special Instructions to Applicants:

To be considered for this position, please upload your cover letter or letter of interest, resume, and a list of professional references.

Monday to Friday – 08:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Flex time may be needed and requested by the Assistant Director.

This is a time-limited position.

Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting end date.

Health Assessment Required:Yes

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Tue, 22 Sep 2020 17:00:10 GMT
<![CDATA[Dewatering Operator Entry (Job Share 75% - 7D/7RNR roster)]]>

Dewatering Operator Entry (Job Share 75% - 7D/7RNR roster)

Work location: Eliwana

Roster: 7D7RNR ex Karratha or Perth

The company is scheduled to commence production at its new Eliwana mine in December 2020.

Eliwana is Fortescue’s US$1.275 billion development, including 143km of rail and a 30mtpa dry OPF. The mine will build on Fortescue’s development and construction capability, using the latest technology, autonomous trucks and design efficiency.

Fortescue are seeking a talented Dewatering Operator to join the Eliwana Utility team. You will be responsible for operation of mine dewatering infrastructure including centrifugal pumps, bore pumps, starter control panels, VSD control panels, motor distribution centres, telemetry, SCADA and PLCs. The dewatering team's responsibility is to ensure that the mine can operate below the water table and the water utilities (Camp, TN, etc) has an uninterrupted water supply.

Reporting to the Supervisor Operations and Mechanical, your role will be to complete the daily maintenance and operational tasks as required. You will have a extensive knowledge of the water distribution system and its individual components and be able to work safely and unsupervised. This role will require you to diagnose simple pumping problems and communicate faults concisely to the relevant supervisor.

Key accountabilities will include:

  • Identify basic pumping problems within the system
  • Assist during installation and remove bore pumps as part of a team
  • Assist senior operator during bore pump management through VSD/Soft starter
  • Successfully isolate plant, machinery and pipelines
  • Collect data from the field and enter it into databases
  • Basic application of butt, electrofusion and extrusion welding methods (Poly welding ticket preferable)
  • Complete daily compliance inspections and report faults to the supervisor and senior operator
  • Assist during installation of trailer and skid mounted pumps in the pit and on various ponds including suction lines
  • Working proactively and efficiently in a team environment

Qualifications and skills:

  • Entry level experience in operating machinery including I.T’s, wheel loaders, excavators, telehandlers, hiabs, trucks, chainsaws and various poly welding machines (2 off between the equipment listed preferable)
  • EWP, Loader/IT, Excavator, telehandlers, hiabs tickets (1 off between the tickets listed is mandatory)
  • HDPE piping unloading and stringing exposure (preferable)
  • Basic understanding of pumping systems and poly piping systems
  • HR drivers license
  • HDPE butt welding, extrusion, electrofusion and chainsaw tickets ( preferable)
  • WAH advantageous

Our values drive our culture and performance through a strong focus on safety, family and determination. We celebrate and respect people’s differences and commit to providing an inclusive work environment.

This is an exciting time to join Fortescue. We encourage Aboriginal Australians and female candidates to apply.

www.fmgl.com.au/jobs-at-fortescue

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Tue, 22 Sep 2020 17:00:10 GMT
<![CDATA[Biological Scientist II]]>
Classification Title:

Biological Scientist II

Job Description:
  • Prepares and implements outreach materials and strategies for the research programs related to Everglades restoration and ecology of South Florida. Coordinates extension on projects related to American crocodile and American alligator, Argentine tegus, Nile monitors, North African Pythons, Burmese pythons, and other reptiles in the Greater Everglades
  • Edits, proofs and formats peer reviewed journal articles and outreach publications. Summarizes outreach results and effectiveness for technical reports to funding agencies.
  • Participates in fieldwork and data collection to maintain a working knowledge of research goals when communicating/extending information to target audiences.
  • Manages and monitors multi-media platforms that enhance public and scientific understanding of current news and issues. Media platforms include but are not limited to social media pages, websites, citizen science webpages, and press releases/inquiries.
  • Prepares and reviews presentations for target audiences on matters related to Everglades restoration and invasive wildlife threats to restoration. Maintains a calendar of community events and schedules regular outreach exhibitions to educate the community and public stakeholders.
  • Serves as chair of outreach subcommittee for the Everglades Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (ECISMA) and responds to outreach needs as identified. Cultivates new and nurtures existing partnerships within ECISMA.
Expected Salary:

$36,000 - $42,000 annually; based on experience and Skills

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in biology or a closely related field and three years of relevant experience ;or a Master’s degree in biology or a closely related field and one year of relevant experience; Doctoral degree in biology or a closely related field.

Preferred Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Conservation Biology or related field, at least two years of experience related to community outreach and human dimensions.
    Proficient in scientific writing for peer reviewed journals and technical reports. Strong public speaker and ability to communicate with both scientific and lay audiences. Prior experience with social media management and website development. Experience assisting biologists in procedures for the capture and collection of research animals within guidelines of Federal and animal care regulations. Ability to drive boats and airboats.
Special Instructions to Applicants:

In order to be considered, you must upload your cover letter and resume.

Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting end date.

This is a time-limited position.

Health Assessment Required:Yes

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Tue, 22 Sep 2020 17:00:10 GMT
<![CDATA[Laboratory Technician II - Neurosurgery]]>
Classification Title:

Laboratory Technician

Job Description:

The Department of Neurosurgery is seeking candidates for a Laboratory Technician II position performing basic animal surgical procedures, conduct in vivo and in vitro experiments in neuroscience, maintain research database, and manage laboratory activities (budgeting, compliance, training of undergraduate assistants and volunteers). All work performed is under the direction of the Principal Investigator.

Duties to include:

  • Assist with basic surgical procedures on laboratory animals. Basic procedures will include surgical exposure of arteries, neck dissection, etc. (according to IACUC protocol). This involves the ability to use a dissecting microscope and the ability to close an incision using sutures. Administer anesthesia to animals. Administer SQ, IV, IP and IM injections. Euthanize animals by injection of euthanasia solution. Foster open communication with veterinary staff and animal husbandry staff.
  • Conduct in vivo and in vitro experiments in neurovascular research. Analyze tissues using immunohistochemistry, fluorescent microscopy, and confocal microscopy. Perform ELISAs to quantify proteins of interest and analyze data. Maintain breeding colonies to produce transgenic animals. Perform DNA/RNA extraction followed by PCR and other analysis. Assess results and modify techniques as needed. Unsupervised work: Research PubMed articles. Ensure that experiments are completed in a timely manner. Asses results and assist in modifying existing techniques/develop new procedures, as needed. Assist in analyzing data. Assist in preparing written reports and power point presentations of research findings.
  • Assist in the maintenance of a database of all research results. Retrieve and manipulate computerized data to be used in publications and presentations. Obtain, analyze and store digital images acquired during immunohistochemistry, fluorescent microscopy, confocal

Expected Salary:

$15.50 - $17.00 per hour

Minimum Requirements Associate’s or bachelor’s degree in an appropriate area of specialization and two years of related experience. Appropriate college course work or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience
Preferred Qualifications:

Two or more years of experience in laboratory small animal experiment

Experience with research rodents

Experience with Microsoft Office software

Special Instructions to Applicants:

In order to be considered, you must upload your cover letter and resume.

This position is eligible for veteran’s preference. If you are claiming veteran’s preference, please upload a copy of your DD 214 Member Copy 4 with your application for consideration. See our Veteran's Preference Page for more specific information.

This is a time limited position.

Applications must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting end date.

Health Assessment Required:Yes

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Tue, 22 Sep 2020 17:00:10 GMT
<![CDATA[Biological Scientist II]]>
Classification Title:

Biological Scientist II

Job Description:
  • Conducts field research related to restoration of the Everglades and the ecology of South Florida, in accordance with stipulated protocols and quality and safety standards. Participates in projects with emphasis on the American crocodile and American alligator, Argentine tegus, Nile monitors, spectacled caiman, Burmese pythons, and other invasive wildlife.
  • Maintains accurate records of research methods, procedures and results. Participates in data management. Collaborates in the preparation of reports, publications, and presentations.
    Maintains field equipment and vehicles including 4-wheel drive trucks, motor boats, and airboats in good operating order.
  • Applies for and manages permits and approvals required to perform research and outreach.
  • Performs and supervises necropsies of invasive reptiles to evaluate diet, fecundity, and overall body condition and health.
  • Supplying husbandry and care for different reptile species for educational and public outreach events.
Expected Salary:

$36,000 to $41,000 annually; based on skills and experience

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree in biology or a closely related field and three years of relevant experience; or a Master’s degree in biology or a closely related field and one year of relevant experience; Doctoral degree in biology or a closely related field.

Preferred Qualifications:
  • Excellent communication skills and accurate data recording
  • Strong quantitative skills including experience in statistical analyses, Program R, GIS, and database management.
Special Instructions to Applicants:

In order to be considered, you must upload your cover letter and resume.

Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting end date.

This is a time-limited position.

Health Assessment Required:Yes

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Tue, 22 Sep 2020 17:00:10 GMT
<![CDATA[OPS Animal Care Technician]]>
Classification Title:

OPS-Spons Prjs Non-Clerical

Job Description:
  1. Works with volunteers and staff working within assigned areas.
  2. Assists with executing all SOPs and Protocols as they pertain to husbandry and rehabilitation.
  3. Participates in and ensures implementation of a consistent program of daily clinical and husbandry care for all animals maintained by the Sea Turtle Hospital at Whitney Lab.
  4. Participates in the daily Sea Turtle Hospital at Whitney Lab operations including animal rescue response, veterinary care, technical aspects of applied and basic scientific research, and educational tours.
  5. Responsibilities include: feeding and caring for all animals under the Sea Turtle Hospital at Whitney Lab care, medicating animals and maintaining quarantine protocols as directed, cleaning and maintaining exhibits, tanks, life support systems, and husbandry record keeping.
  6. Assist in basic husbandry principles, including record keeping, life-support systems, water quality parameters, disease recognition and nutrition.
  7. Assist with diet formulation and feeding schedules of the animals under the Sea Turtle Hospital at Whitney Lab care.
  8. Must be able to work a flexible schedule including weekends, holidays, and be on-call for emergency situations.
  9. Performs “on-call” duties for rescue response, essential medical treatments, and animal health emergencies 24hr/day, 1-2 days/week and when necessary.
  10. Assists with collection and completion with all appropriate Sea Turtle Hospital at Whitney Lab animal medical records are maintained in accordance with American Veterinary Medical Association rules and guidelines.
  11. Assist in the maintenance and safe operation of the Sea Turtle Hospital at Whitney Lab rehabilitation tanks and Life Support Systems (LSS).
  12. Participate in veterinary procedures including necropsies; and accept the use of humane euthanasia when necessary.
Advertised Salary:

$14.00 per hour

Minimum Requirements:

College students or recent graduates with a biology, environmental science, veterinary technology, or related degree who are responsible, adaptable, motivated, and have good attention to detail are encouraged to apply.

Preferred Qualifications:Working in the veterinary field is preferred but not required.
Special Instructions to Applicants:

In order to be considered, applicants must upload a cover letter, resume and references.

This is a time-limited position.

Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting end date.

Health Assessment Required:No

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Tue, 22 Sep 2020 17:00:10 GMT
<![CDATA[Application Developer Analyst III - Pediatrics Administration]]>
Classification Title:

Application Developer Analyst III - Pediatrics Administration

Job Description:

The Department of Pediatrics is seeking candidates for an Application Developer Analyst III position. The position is responsible for providing a variety of computer related services for the Regional Perinatal Intensive Care Centers (RPICC) and Early Steps (ES) programs. Duties to include:

Application/Code Development for the ES/RPICC Data Systems

  • Responsible for maintaining the existing Cold Fusion application code for these web-based statewide data systems. Must adapt system for compliance with current program requirements including CPT coding standards and Medicaid clearing house rules and formats. Systems must be maintained in a secure, HIPAA compliant manner. This secure web system supports more than 600 users statewide who enter data on demographic and service data from 18 regional centers.
  • Implement, maintain, and update application code for compatibility with current service taxonomies; the candidate must be able to apply critical thinking to maintain accuracy regarding provided service taxonomies and appropriate billing formulas for Medicaid.

Development for Next Iteration of ES/RPICC Data Systems and Related Reporting

  • Have a significant role in the development of the new application environment for the ES/RPICC systems data portal currently under development. Application code for the next portal will shift to the C# platform.
  • In parallel, the current data reporting platform will move to Python. The incumbent will maintain and develop both the requisite reporting logic, as well as implementing the reporting code and structure.

Assist State Stakeholders with Complex Queries and DBA Duties/Data Transforms

  • Serve as DBA for Early Steps and RPICC data, updating and transforming data as needed for integrity purposes.
  • Provide assistance for users and sponsors regarding complex reporting and trouble shooting.
  • Responsible for ETL regarding imported data sets from MED 3000 and other data sources. Candidate must have a thorough understanding of both the technical aspects of the ES/RPICC data as well as competency related to programmatic knowledge of the sponsors’ data and how it is used in the ES and RPICC statewide programs.
  • Responsible for providing the Federal Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) reporting for the Florida Early Steps program.

Submit Weekly Claims to Medicaid Clearing House for Billing

  • Responsible for development and support of the HIPAA compliant Medicaid electronic billing module used to bill for the service provided in the RPICC and Early Steps programs. The weekly submissions create the revenue streams for members’ programs to continue to render medical services to their member/patient base.
Expected Salary:

$68,200 - $72,000 annually; commensurate within this range based on qualifications and experience.

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor's degree in an appropriate area and two years of relevant experience; or a high school diploma or equivalent and six years of experience. Appropriate college coursework or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

A bachelor degree and five years of any combination of relevant experience, education and/or certification.

Experience with ColdFusion.

Special Instructions to Applicants:

To be considered for this position, please include a cover letter, resume, and a three professional references with your online application form.

Regular work schedule will be Monday to Friday – 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

This is a time-limited position.

Application must be submitted by 11:55 p.m. (ET) of the posting end date.

Health Assessment Required:No

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Tue, 22 Sep 2020 17:00:09 GMT