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At RCA, we are looking to find the most talented individuals with a strong work ethic and a focus on helping people. 

 

We offer a competitive compensation package and a culture based on compassion.

Community Health Centers

Open Positions:

Licensed Practical Nurse

Navigator

Peer Specialist

Grants Senior Accountant

Case Manager/Job Coach – Homeless Veterans

Outreach and Enrollment Coordinator

Project Director – Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program

Quality Improvement/Quality Assurance Analyst

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Position Title: (Mental Health) Licensed Practical Nurse

 

Job Description

The purpose of the LPN position is to provide general nursing care and working collaboratively with physicians and multidisciplinary team members.  The LPN will promote and restore patient’s health as they prescribe, provide, delegate, evaluate and coordinate comprehensive professional nursing care using the nursing process for patients of all ages, gender, cultures, and backgrounds; provide physical and psycho-social support to patients, friends and families.  This individual may oversee clinical care of other personnel including LPNs and MA’s. 

Qualifications

  • Current LPN License recognized by the State of Georgia Board of Nursing

  • Knowledge of nursing care in accordance with regulations and practices established by the Georgia Department of Board of Nursing.

  • Consistent demonstration of team approach to care.

  • Experience with ECW or other Medical EMR software.

  • Ability to effectively communicate both in writing and orally.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience with Community Health or Public Health environments

  • Computer literate.

  • BLS

Position Title: Navigator

 

Job Description

The Navigator will work with clients who tested positive for HIV to remove barriers (using ARTAS and Healthy Relationships interventions) to HIV/AIDS medical care by facilitating a collaborative process that identifies clients' needs, a plan to address those needs, and continuous follow-to ensure that members obtain the necessary services that help them to maintain adherence to medical care. This position also coordinates with other service providers through a comprehensive and active referral process to link HIV-positive individuals into appropriate services.

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's Degree in Nursing and/or Master's Degree in the Social Sciences, Social Work, and/or Public Health required.

  • Demonstrated experience in the field of HIV is preferred.

  • Demonstrated supervision experience of 2 or more persons. Can be substituted for years of experience.

  • Demonstrated 3-4 years' experience in the field of case management and/or medical case management and/or linkage or similar field required.

  • Familiarity with basic computer skills.

Position Title: Peer Specialist

 

Job Description

The Peer Specialists Primary responsibility will be to recruit, train, and develop trusting relationships with RCA clients. Be able to communicate effectively to clients as well as leadership. The peer specialist promotes self-determination, personal responsibility, empowerment in self-directed recovery, and assists individuals with mental illness in the individual’s recovery process. Provides structure activities within a peer support environment that promote socialization, recovery, wellness, self-advocacy, development of natural supports, and maintenance of community living skills; understanding of what creates recovery and how to build environments conducive to recovery. 

Qualifications

  • A High School diploma or equivalent; Bachelor’s degree is preferred but not required.

  • 2-5 years of experience

  • Georgia Certified Peer Specialist (CPS)

  • Computer literate and have basic knowledge of Microsoft Office

  • Must be able to perform additional tasks as assigned that is in your professional scope

Position Title: Grants Senior Accountant

​The Grants Senior Accountant facilitates the delivery of essential financial services for the proper financial management of Recovery Consultants of Atlanta's major federal government grantors for health programs. The Grants Senior Accountant is primarily responsible for payment services and transfers of funds and supports the CFO, CEO and Business Office in meeting the financial service needs of the health programs including: preparing monthly grant statements, maintains transactions for multiple active government grants, including preparing using supporting documentation, grant compliance reports; filing request for reimbursements and reports; responding to questions and comments; including budget revisions; Provides support and assists in conjunction with the Executive Director and Program Directors the filing of grant requests and revisions, including required documentation. accounts payable and receivable (AP/AR), all bank activities, independent audits support, support for all filings, including grant documentation and grant reporting, month end cycle support, including reconciliations, budget-to-actual reports monthly preparation, prepares monthly grants invoicing for major government grantors: Bank Reconciliations, and other accounting functions. Reviews monthly general ledger for accuracy with and provides periodic updates, variance analysis and performance, supports the month-end close to assure timely and accurate reporting • Maintain files, and documentation.

 

The Grants Sr. Accountant position requires confidentiality in the processing of sensitive and confidential data. Supports month end cycle, monitoring activities to ensure accurate and timely processing, aid in the maintenance of accounting system, procedures, and policies to ensure adherence to company guidelines, participate in required meetings as identified by CFO and CEO and serve as back up to the Business Office. The position duties may be restructured as necessary to maximize the ability to the finance team to meet the business needs of the agency.​

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in accounting or a related field 


Three years to five years of professional accounting experience OR equivalent combination of experience, education, and training in bookkeeping and financial reporting preferably for a non-profit organization. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, QuickBooks, and Excel.  Well versed in fund accounting and non-profit organizations’ financial planning, experience with budget planning and development. Ability to present information effectively and respond to questions from a variety of stakeholders

 

Preferred Qualifications
An undergraduate or graduate degree in Business Administration, Administrative Management, Finance, Accounting, or a related field is required with a minimum of 4 years of related financial experience. • Experience with computerized general ledger systems is required. • Knowledge of and experience with computers and desktop software required • Experience with cash processing and accounts payable processing required. • Experience with international business transactions preferred. • Candidate must have demonstrated ability and experience making sound financial judgments, must be able to manage tasks with little supervision, and must be able to work well in a team environment in support of the programs.

Position Title: Case Manager/Job Coach – Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program

 

Job Description

The Case Manager provides day-to-day support and services for participating veterans. Has relevant experience in homeless prevention, rapid re-housing and transitional supportive services.  Provide key linkages for clients beginning at their intake and assessment following through their training and attainment of meaningful, gainful employment. The position will promote accessibility, outreach to targeted populations, and provide case management, advocacy, and wraparound support services with the DOL, the VA and the community.esent information effectively and respond to questions from a variety of stakeholders

Qualifications

A bachelor's degree in counseling psychology, rehabilitative counseling, or related human services field is required. A minimum of two years’ experience working with homeless individuals, including veterans, and experience with employment counseling is preferred.  Veteran or member of a veteran family is a plus. 

Position Title: Outreach and Enrollment Coordinator

 

Job Description

Provides specialized services to Georgians.  Outreach and Enrollment Coordinator will utilize targeted outreach materials and a variety of interviewing techniques to educate consumers about the Affordable Care Act. Outreach & Enrollment Coordinators will participate in outreach activities, trainings, and conferences. 


RCA Outreach and Enrollment Coordinators must be available evenings and weekends to provide outreach and enrollment at locations convenient to a large range of consumers. Outreach and Enrollment Coordinators are responsible for coordinating events under the supervision of the Clinical Director. Outreach and Enrollment Coordinators must host at least one targeted publicized event (i.e., college campus, church, etc.) per month.  All documentation (i.e., reports, weekly schedule, etc.) must be submitted in a timely manner. 

Qualifications

High School Diploma
Strong active listening skills, effective interview and public speaking skills, outgoing personality, advance analytical skills and attention to details, Background understanding mental health and/or substance abuse field, ability to successfully complete the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Navigator curriculum and other RCA required trainings

  • Experience/interest in education/community programming/outreach/event planning/counseling

  • Expertise in working with challenging and diverse populations

  • Flexible scheduling- available evenings and weekends

  • Must have access to reliable transportation

  • Basic computer/internet use skills required

  • Individuals with fluency in Spanish are encouraged to apply

  • Ability to pass a criminal background check and pre-employment drug screen and alcohol testing

Position Title: Project Director – Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program

 

Job Description

The Project Director (PD) is responsible for leading the development, deployment, monitoring, compliance and reporting of the HVRP program. The PD will also be the person responsible for managing integration with other supportive services required to serve veterans at high-risk unemployment with multiple needs.  The PD will report directly to the executive director and is responsible for the preparation of quarterly and annual reports.  This position requires occasional weekend and evening responsibilities.

Qualifications

  • A bachelor's degree in counseling psychology, rehabilitative counseling, or related human service field is required.

  • A minimum of two years' experience working with homeless individuals, including veterans, and experience with employment counseling is preferred.

  • Veteran or member of a veteran family is a plus.

Position Title: Quality Improvement/Quality Assurance Analyst

 

Job Description

Quality Improvement/Quality Assurance (QI/QA) Analyst works with the Executive director to coordinate the development, implementation, and evaluation of Recovery Consultants of Atlanta, Inc. overall quality improvement/quality assurance program. Lead and/or facilitate quality improvement activities, provide project management, data analysis, and measurement of outcomes, document and report the results and accomplishments of quality improvement initiatives. Duties include providing support for reporting/analysis across Business areas. Responsible for the planning, coordinating, and evaluation of formal quality assessment and improvement efforts. Conformance to regulatory requirements, contractual obligations, and corporate policy by the organization’s quality improvement program.  Assures that improvement activities are documented and reported within the organization and externally as appropriate.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in health sciences, business, healthcare administration, health information management, or management engineering. Three to five years of work experience in healthcare is required, specific healthcare work experience in quality improvement, systems design, or project management is desired.