ECHO Community Healthcare is a Federally Qualified Community Healthcare Center that provides primary care and outreach services for everyone: The insured, uninsured, under-insured and homeless. We currently employ over 130 dedicated team members who truly embrace the mission of serving and making a difference in the lives of others in a positive, supportive and collaborative environment. We serve a population of approximately 15,000 and provide various clinical and community health services at four full time locations.
As a Federally Qualified Healthcare organization, we participate in the Bureau of Health Workforce (BHW) tuition loan repayment program.
ECHO Community Healthcare is committed to creating the best possible work environment for our employees and offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision, PTO, Basic and optional life insurance, EAP, 403(b) with employer match.
This position is full time and two openings are available, located at 25 Division Street and 501 John Street.
This position is responsible for answering incoming calls and properly directing those calls, scheduling appointments and providing the proper follow-up.
• High school diploma / GED
• Ability to work in a high volume call environment
• 3 years of excellent customer service experience
• Ability to multi-task
• Prior clinic environment preferred
• EMR experience (using EPIC) preferred
PC SUPPORT SPECIALIST
This position is full time and located at 401 SE 6th Street.
Install and set up computer systems; provides computer support services for software and hardware; maintenance of VPN’s, wireless, and premise networking.
• Associates degree preferred
• 2 Years IT oriented education or comparable Microsoft desktop certification
• Excellent customer service skill
Enrollment Case Manager (Navigator)
This position has two openings available, one full time (40hr) and one part time (20hr), and is located at our Main Campus Clinic - 315 Mulberry Street.
Provides coordinated and collaborated case management services to clients of ECHC. Particular attention and time will be spent in obtaining eligibility entitlements; procuring appropriate health benefits through the insurance exchanges, Medicare, Medicaid, Hoosier HealthWise, Healthy Indiana, VA, etc.
• Bachelor's degree in human services or its equivalent in a human service related field
• 1 - 2 years of community or social service experience
• Experience with homeless/indigent population helpful
• Experience and/or training in substance abuse education, referrals and treatment preferred