Company: Oregon Employment Department
Posted on: May 3, 2021
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled Job Location: Medford
Date Posted: 03/08/2021 Hours Worked Per Week: 32 Shift: Day Shift
Duration of Job: Full Time, more than 6 months You may contact this
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Having difficulty using this button? Job Summary: Supervisor
Clinical Intake and Correspondence
The position can be located in any of our four Cambia states - OR,
WA, ID or UT
The Supervisor Clinical Intake & Correspondence supervises and acts
as a resource for non-clinical staff. Coordinates activities that
support business objectives related to Utilization Management, Case
management, Disease Management. Ensures quality and timely
requirements are met in accordance with accrediting agency
requirements, contract requirements, and state and federal
Supervises individuals and teams to ensure work is completed in a
timely manner, in accordance with department standards and
procedures, and is in compliance with performance guarantees and
with all state, federal and accreditation standards and
Provides regular updates and communication to staff through 1:1 and
Analyzes data of work performed by individuals, team and other
teams and develops action plans based on the data.
Develops, establish and implement goals, department processes,
productivity and quality standards which ensure coordination of
activities to meet department policies and procedures, performance
guarantees and all state, federal and accreditation standards and
regulations. Also participates in department planning as well as
Manages the hiring process for staff, provides on-going coaching,
employee development, performance improvement and writing of
performance reviews. Is responsible for desk reference guides and
training materials. Ensures new hires complete necessary training.
Assesses training needs and plays an active role in development of
Serves as a role model, mentor and resource for staff members.
Appropriately escalates issues and partners with other departments
to resolve issues and remove barriers.
Collaborates with physician advisors and other clinical staff on
issues to ensure appropriate determinations, as needed.
Seeks ideas and opportunities for continuous improvement,
determines which opportunities should be pursued and implements
improvements as appropriate.
May help prepare reports and participate in presentations for the
client and corporate meetings.
Represent unit and division as member of corporate-wide, cross
functional teams and work groups.
Manages change effectively and professionally.
May respond in writing or telephonically to members, providers, and
regulatory organizations in a professional and diplomatic manner
while protecting confidentiality of sensitive documents and
Responsible for the creation and maintenance of client specific
letters and processes, as needed.
Completes special projects as assigned and may provide back-up
support to staff as needed.
Ability to listen and communicate effectively, verbally and in
writing with internal staff and with members, employer or provider
Ability to effectively develop, lead, and manage teams that work in
multiple locations and via telecommuti Job Classification:
First-Line Supervisors of Office and Administrative Support
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employment outlooks, skills, training programs, related
occupations, and more. Compensation Salary: Depending on Experience
Job Requirements Experience Required: At least 1 year Education
Required: None Minimum Age: N/A Gender: N/A
Keywords: Oregon Employment Department, Medford , Clinical Supervisor, Other , medford, Oregon
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