Posting of Employment Opportunities on the Middle Tennessee Chapter of CMSA Website Policy
The Middle Tennessee Chapter of CMSA provides written guidelines pursuant to the use of the website for the purpose of posting available jobs. All parties requesting a job posting on the Middle Tennessee Chapter's website are subject to these terms:
CMSA members and corporate sponsors are permitted to post job openings for a fee of $65. Per initial 30-day posting, with one additional consecutive thirty-day posting for a fee of $25. All fees are payable in advance by check.
All other requests are posted for a fee of $100 per initial 30-day posting, with an additional consecutive thirty day posting for a fee of $65. All fees are payable in advance by check. Ads will automatically be included in the newsletter.
If you prefer to advertise in the newsletter only, sponsors are still free. Non-sponsors will be charged $25 per ad.
The purpose of this policy is to provide a value-add for Middle Tennessee Chapter members and corporate sponsors, offset website expenses, as well as to enhance membership and corporate sponsor benefits.
Posting Time Limit:
Job postings are maintained on the Middle Tennessee Chapter website for a period of 30 calendar days, after which they will be removed. Requests for an extension of the original posting period are payable in advance by check. Checks for extension of the original posting must be received by the third week of the month. It is the responsibility of the posting organization to request the extension within the time frame.
Submission and Review Process
Job posting should be submitted for review to the infoCMSA@cmsa-TN.org . Text and format will be edited to ensure conformity to Middle Tennessee Chapter's website standards and space restrictions. Website job postings can be submitted at any time for posting on website on the first day of the next month.
Job postings should be limited to 200 words or less in length and be descriptive of a specific position, its responsibilities and required qualifications. Contact information for interested candidates should be clearly noted at the end of the posting. Advertisements are subject to editing to conform to guidelines and space limitations.
Clearly note the job title, hours and location in the title line. This is followed by a brief synopsis of the position responsibilities and required education, certification and/or skills.
Care Coordinator-40 hours/wk-Boston, MA
Responsibilities: Discharge planning, utilization review, and quality screening for patients in the acute care setting of an acute care facility. Solid problem solving skills and demonstrated ability to work with patients, families, and physicians required. Must be able to work collaboratively with other healthcare professionals. Qualifications: RN with current state license, five to seven years of medical-surgical experience, including at least one year of discharge planning or home care. Case management certification preferred. Previous use of UM criteria set(s) preferred. Demonstrated communication skills, strong work ethic and ability to work well in a team environment are required. Please contact Rhonda Recruiter at xxx-xxx-xxxx, or by email at www.xxx.com , for additional information.
LIST OF JOB OPENINGS
Director of Care Coordination
Morgan Hunter HealthSearch has an immediate opportunity for a Director of Care Coordination with a 300+ bed hospital (part of a national health system) located in northern California. Provides direction of operations by departments focused on the achievement of satisfactory patient outcomes including overall responsibility for the coordination of care services provided by the hospital or within the continuum of care. Responsible for coordinating with the medical group and appropriate staff to ensure a seamless transition of patients across the continuum of care. Oversees the utilization management functions across the region in accordance to policies and procedures as well as federal, state and local regulations.
The appropriate candidate will have five years of management experience, demonstrated knowledge of Knox, Keene Act, Federal HMO Act, Nurse Practice Act, The Joint Commission, and other local, state and federal regulations, as well as a bachelor's degree.
If you would like to learn more about this opportunity, or for referrals or suggestions, please contact me at your earliest convenience.
Barry Jackson, President
Morgan Hunter HealthSearch, Inc.
Main: (800) 917-6447 x1181 | Cell: (816) 868-9633