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Our mission at the Holyoke Health Center is to "Improve the health of our patients through affordable, quality health care and comprehensive community-based programs to create a healthy community."

Current Job Opportunities

Director of Behavioral Health Integrated Services

The Director is responsible for the clinical vision, development, and implementation of the Health Center’s new primary care and behavioral health integrated services. The Director develops and recommends goals and objectives for the Behavioral Health Department and assesses performance in relation to identified goals and strategy, recommends new approaches and policies to effect improvement in the efficiency and scope of services provided. Prepares and implements recommended policies and procedures. The Director works collaboratively with the Chief Medical Officer and other clinical and operational leadership to ensure effective integration of behavioral health services into primary care to increase the quality of care for our patients and families. Additionally, this position is responsible for assuring that the behavioral health programming, partnerships and reporting are developed to support achievement of ACO and quality contract requirements. The Director is the leader and champion for developing a sustainable model for behavioral health integration with primary care and other services, makes recommendations to senior management on developing a fiscally sound plan for sustainability. The Director works collaboratively with health center leaders in efforts to support a shared vision for successful integrated primary care and behavioral health services. A Masters or Doctoral degree in related field strongly preferred, active licensure in Massachusetts required. At least five years of clinical social work practice with a minimum 3 years of management and leadership experience required, preferably in a FQHC. Knowledge and experience with regulatory guidelines and previous project development and project management experience required. Proven track record in personnel management, program development, and quality management desirable. Previous experience with federal and state grants and financial management strongly preferred. Must have the ability to establish effective working relationships with multi-cultural staff, collaborators, community representatives, funding sources, and the general public. Strong written and oral communication skills. Ability to handle difficult and stressful situations effectively and calmly with the ability to model appropriate, respectful and effective conflict resolution skills. Computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Office suite software a required; experience working with Electronic Health Records systems (Epic) helpful.

Accountant

This position is responsible for accounting functions including the general ledger through the preparation and posting of recurring and non-recurring journal entries; perform GL period closes on a monthly basis; perform month end reconciliations between the general ledger and the billing systems; maintain and reconcile the general ledger to subsidiary ledgers and schedules such as accounts receivable, accounts payable, fixed assets, prepaids and accrued expenses; prepares monthly upload of financial data into budgeting software; assist in preparation of UDS and UFR reports and assists the finance team with variety of related accounting duties. A BA in Accounting required. Position requires 2-3 years of progressive experience performing all aspects of month end and year end GL closes, preferably in a non-profit health care environment. Highly motivated and detail-oriented with exceptional analytical, communication and interpersonal skills necessary. Strong conceptual understanding of generally accepted accounting principles and practices; high degree of proficiency with Excel (intermediate level or higher); knowledge and practical experience with financial accounting software systems required.

Dental Billing Specialist

Responsibilities include reviewing encounters to ensure completion of documentation and coding, prepares claims for timely submission to the appropriate third party payers - electronically and paper based, posts third party payments, monitors, reviews and tracks all correspondence from insurers regarding claims, works cooperatively with third party payers to reconcile payments in a timely manner, investigates denied claims, corrects errors and resubmits claim for payment, prepares daily bank deposits and distributes report to designated staff and other related billing duties as assigned. A high school diploma or equivalent required. A minimum of 1 year of previous dental or medical billing experience, ability to prioritize job responsibilities and meet timelines required. Must have excellent organizational and communication (verbal and written) skills. Excellent customer service skills and proficient in Microsoft office suite required.

Health Information Specialist

Responsible for maintaining and organizing the electronic heath record (EHR), scanning and filing of information into the EHR and other related clerical duties. Must have the ability to handle highly confidential and sensitive information and familiarity with medical terminology strongly preferred. Must work well in a team environment, have excellent organizational and communication skills (verbal and written), possess excellent customer service skills, basic computer skills and work well in a fast paced environment. 1-2 years previous experience working in a Health Information Department accepted; previous clerical experience in a medical environment and familiarity with a patient record. Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.

Patient Access Services Representative

Responsible for answering all incoming calls to the main telephone switchboard system, Finesse, receives and redirects calls, responds to routine inquires, refers to appropriate sources; takes and transmits messages and transfers calls appropriately per protocol ; schedules, cancels appointments or tasks to appropriate front desk staff if unable to make appointment and other clerical duties as assigned. Must have excellent customer service and maintains professional telephone etiquette at all times and 1-3 years related experience working in a medical and/or dental office setting. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal and superior customer service required. Working knowledge of switchboard operations, general clerical skills and basic computer knowledge in Windows environment required. Bilingual (English/Spanish) required.

EDR Specialist

Reporting to the Information Technology Director, the EDR (Electronic Dental Record) Specialist oversees and supervises the clinical and administrative functions of the Electronic Dental Record. Serves as the liaison between dentists, clinical staff and other end users providing on-going training, education and support. Coordinates training for all new and existing EPIC/Wisdom users. Adapts EPIC/Wisdom training materials for job/role specific training. Provides ongoing EPIC/Wisdom support for dental provider staff and serves as the main support for the clinical function of the electronic health record. Assists in the development of scenarios for pre-go live testing for updates and/or enhancements to the EPIC/Wisdom system and performs system validation testing. Supports testing of new or revised EPIC/Wisdom functionality and reports including the development and update of test plans, testing, troubleshooting and final acceptance. Identifies quality improvement needs related to EPIC/Wisdom and implements needed methods, procedures and system modifications. Addresses and tracks defects and enhancements being completed within the EDR. A Bachelor’s degree (Computer Science, Healthcare Administration, or related field) preferred. This position requires an IT professional with at least three years’ experience in an ambulatory dental care environment, preferably in a community health center. Must be solutions oriented, and work well within a multidisciplinary team and work effectively with staff across all departments and professional levels. Excellent interpersonal, leadership, communication (oral and written) and personnel management skills required. Must have 3-5 years of related experience, including application management and training, with at least 3 years of experience with EHR/EDR implementation in a healthcare setting. Project implementation, support activities, and a working knowledge of billing, clinical, and operational workflows within a Dental environment required. Experience with EPIC/Wisdom, NextGen, and/or Dentrix strongly preferred with numerous EPIC training and certification opportunities available.

Community Health Worker (CHW) - Full Time

The CHW will be responsible for helping patients and their families to navigate and access community services to promote and adopt healthy behaviors. The CHW supports the providers and RN Care Manager’s through an integrated approach to care management and community outreach. As a priority, activity will promote, maintain and improve the health of patients and their families; provides ongoing follow-up, basic motivational interviewing and goal setting with patients/families. Works closely with medical providers to ensure that patients have comprehensive and coordinated care; provide social support, advocate for individuals and community health needs, and provide services such as community outreach, home visits, health screenings and engagement activities. Bilingual (English/Spanish) with excellent communication skills required. A high school diploma or equivalent required. A current MA driver’s license with reliable transportation required. CHW and or medical assistant certification preferred. Must have the ability to work effectively both independently and collaboratively within a team environment and be self –motivated. Previous experience working with databases and good computers skills through working knowledge of Windows, internet, Microsoft Outlook, Excel.
Must be accurate and detail oriented, possess strong organizational and time management skills. Excellent communication skills (verbal/written) required in English and Spanish. Medical terminology strongly preferred. Ability and willingness to recognize clients with severe problems, reports concerns to appropriate clinicians/providers and refers to appropriate professionals and resources. Experience working with community groups.

Community Health Worker - Family Partner (CHW)

The CHW will serve as an integral part of an interdisciplinary primary care and behavioral health integration team. The CHW works as a member of the care team supporting patients and their families to navigate and access primary care, behavioral health services, and other resources in efforts to adopt healthy behaviors.
The CHW supports the patients and families through an integrated approach to community outreach. Through community outreach and home visits, the CHW works to promote, maintain, and improve the health of patients and their family by providing social support and informal counseling. The CHW partners closely with different providers, patients, and outside organizations and is responsible for facilitating communication between patient and care teams across the care continuum, and providing culturally appropriate health education and self-management support. Additionally, the CHW will collaborate within a team-based care delivery model to improve the health and lives of our patients. The CHW will participate in the development and implementation of innovative cost-effective and quality improvements delivery system changes that proactively meet the complex needs of our patients including efforts to manage their behavioral and social needs in addition to their medical care. The CHW engages in reporting out required Public Health outcomes information as required by state and federal guidelines. The CHW partners and collaborates with local community organizations, social service agencies, and educational entities for the expansion of knowledge, best practices, and improvements to the care of patients.
A high school diploma or equivalent is required; a current MA driver’s license with reliable transportation is required. CHW and or medical assistant certification preferred. Experience working with community groups is helpful. Must have the ability to work effectively both independently and collaboratively within a team environment and be self–motivated. Previous experience working with databases and good computer skills through working knowledge of Windows, the internet, Microsoft Outlook, and Excel. Must be accurate and detail-oriented, and possess strong organizational and time management skills. Excellent communication skills (verbal/written) required in English and Spanish. Medical terminology is strongly preferred. Bilingual (English/Spanish) required

Community Health Worker- Children's Behavioral Health Specialist (CHW)-

CHW will serve as an integral part of an interdisciplinary primary care and behavioral health integration team. The CHW works as a member of the care team with a focus on our pediatric and adolescent patient population through an integrated approach to help the patient and their family navigate and access community, pediatric primary care, behavioral health services, and other resources to support their needs. Through community outreach and home visits, the CHW works to promote, maintain, and improve the health of patients and their family by providing social support and informal counseling. The CHW partners closely with different providers, patients, and outside organizations and is responsible for facilitating communication between patient and care teams across the care continuum, and providing culturally appropriate health education and self-management support. Additionally, the CHW will collaborate within a team-based care delivery model to improve the health and lives of our patients. The CHW will participate in the development and implementation of innovative cost-effective and quality improvements delivery system changes that proactively meet the complex needs of our patients including efforts to manage their behavioral and social needs in addition to their medical care. The CHW engages in reporting out required Public Health outcomes information as required by state and federal guidelines. The CHW partners and collaborates with local community organizations, social service agencies, and educational entities for the expansion of knowledge, best practices, and improvements to the care of patients. A current MA driver’s license with reliable transportation is required. CHW and/or medical assistant certification preferred. Experience working with community groups is helpful. Must have the ability to work effectively both independently and collaboratively within a team environment and be self–motivated. Previous experience working with databases and good computer skills through working knowledge of Windows, the internet, Microsoft Outlook, and Excel. Must be accurate and detail-oriented, and possess strong organizational and time management skills. Excellent communication skills (verbal/written) required in English and Spanish. Medical terminology is strongly preferred. Bilingual (English/Spanish) required.

Nurse Manager - Walk-In Center

The Holyoke Health Center is seeking an experienced nurse leader to join our clinical team as the Nurse Manager for the Walk-In Center. In this position, you will oversee a seasoned staff of nursing and ancillary professionals dedicated to providing high-quality patient care in a culturally sensitive manner; performs related administrative and operational functions. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate clearly and concisely with all levels of personnel, verbally and in writing are essential. This position requires a valid MA RN license and a current CPR certification issued by the American Heart Association; BLS for Health Care Providers is required; previous supervisory experience in an ambulatory setting is strongly preferred. Bilingual (English/Spanish) is helpful.

Testing & Vaccination Clinic Support

Under general supervision and in coordination with the testing and vaccination clinic team, the clinical support staff will perform a variety of functions in support of testing and vaccination, including COVID-19 testing and COVID-19 and flu vaccinations. Responsibilities include a variety of clerical and support duties including, greeting patients and visitors at the reception desk or dedicated phone line and checks in patient for appointment, verifies insurance eligibility for scheduled appointments, notifies team members when patient is ready for testing or vaccination appointment, assists with copying, faxing, scanning and uploading documents to the Electronic Health Record, serves as a translator when necessary, verifies needed vaccine series for vaccine appointments, replenishes supplies and disinfects tables and chairs between patient use, directs foot traffic, ensures social distancing practices and collects clipboards and pens and disinfects them between patient use and other duties as assigned. A high school diploma or equivalent is required. Candidate must have general clerical skills and basic computer knowledge in windows environment. Bilingual (English/Spanish) required.

Medical Assistant - Full-Time – Float

A graduate of an accredited CMA program, current CMA or RMA certificate and CPR certification issued by the American Heart Association; BLS for Health Care Providers required. Previous experience working in an ambulatory healthcare setting preferred. Excellent customer service and communication skills (verbal/written) and the ability to be flexible with work assignments including working on other teams and between sites required. Bilingual English/Spanish required.

Staff Nurse - Full Time - 2 Floats

Seeking RN or LPN with previous ambulatory preferred. A degree from an accredited nursing program, a current MA nursing license and CPR certification issued by the American Heart Association ; BLS for Health Care Providers required. Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.

Staff Nurse - Part-Time- 8:30-4:30 (Thurs-Fri)

Seeking RN or LPN with previous ambulatory preferred. A degree from an accredited nursing program, a current MA nursing license and CPR certification issued by the American Heart Association ; BLS for Health Care Providers required. Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred

RN Care Manager

This position is a key member of the collaborative care team which includes the patient’s medical and behavioral health providers, responsible for supporting and coordinating the mental and physical health care of assigned patients. As part of an interdisciplinary team, the RN Care Manager serves as a liaison between the hospital, primary care practices and community agencies to ensure patient’s needs are met and care delivery is coordinated across the continuum; manages patients with mental health issues who have high rates of behavioral health utilization and/or severe psychosocial vulnerability to achieve optimal clinical outcomes. Performs clinical assessments and develops care plans through telephonic, face-to-face or home visits to identify, evaluate, coordinate and manage the patient’s needs including physical and behavioral health, social services and long term services and support. Position requires a current MA nursing license and CPR; Bachelor of Nursing - Associates Degree from an accredited program required. Current valid MA drivers’ license and reliable automobile required. A minimum of 3-5 years of related experience required; clinical experience in one or more of the following areas preferred: community health, public health, chronic disease management, behavioral health and/or substance abuse or community nursing. Must be able to work compassionately with a diverse population and possess knowledge of relevant community resources. The ability to work collaboratively with internal and external providers and as part of a multi-disciplinary team is essential. Excellent skills in the areas required: critical thinking, problem identification and resolution, excellent negotiation skills with physicians and others to ensure patients receive appropriate and timely care, ability to perform multiple tasks in an organized manner. Patient education and program coordination skills helpful. Previous EMR experience helpful, preferably with NextGen, proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel and Power Point. Bilingual (English/Spanish) helpful.

Front Desk Receptionist / Vision Center

The receptionist is responsible for answering phones and directing incoming calls in a courteous manner, schedules patient appointments, greets patients, registers patients and verifies information in NextGen, obtains and verifies insurance information and performs related clerical support duties. A high school diploma or equivalent required, 2 years of related experience preferred, must have exceptional customer service and communication skills (verbal/written). Bilingual (English/Spanish) required.

Front Desk Receptionist/Medical

The receptionist is responsible for answering phones and directing incoming calls in a courteous manner, schedules patient appointments, greets patients, registers patients and verifies information in NextGen, obtains and verifies insurance information and performs related clerical support duties. A high school diploma or equivalent required, 2 years of related experience preferred, must have exceptional customer service and communication skills (verbal/written). Bilingual (English/Spanish) required.

Pharmacy Clerk - Full Time

Responsibilities include assisting all patients and customers providing excellent customer service in a fast paced environment. Performs sales, ordering, marketing, merchandising, inventory control duties and assists other pharmacy staff members with various related duties. Candidates must be detail oriented with excellent customer service and critical thinking skills. Must be available to work between the hours of 8-6 and have a valid MA driver's license to travel between Holyoke and Chicopee sites. Bilingual (English/Spanish) required.

Certified Pharmacy Technician

Candidates must be registered in Massachusetts as a pharmacy technician as well as national certification (CPhT); high school diploma or equivalent required and an associate's degree in related field preferred; advanced certifications and/or the willingness to gain additional skills strongly preferred. 1-3 years' experience of retail/pharmacy operations and products required. Candidates must have excellent customer service skills, critical thinking skills, decisive judgement and the ability to work within a fast paced environment. The ability to travel between Holyoke and Chicopee sites required. Bilingual (English/Spanish) helpful and strongly preferred.

Pharmacy 340B Referral Loop Specialist

This position will be responsible for ensuring that medications dispensed through the 340B program, but prescribed by a noneligible provider, are qualified claims. This specialist will confirm that the referral loop is complete by verifying that there is a referral out from the primary care provider and that subsequently, consult notes have been forwarded by the specialist’s office and are in the patient record. Ability to work effectively both independently and collaboratively within a team environment is essential. A minimum of 3 years working in a pharmacy environment preferably in a community-based setting. Excellent oral and written communication skills, strong attention to detail are required. Basic computer skills including a familiarity with excel, prior pharmacy inventory experience helpful, knowledge of finance preferred, and knowledge of 340B Program strongly preferred.

Front Desk Receptionist- Dental

The receptionist is responsible for the daily non-clinical operations of their assigned office including patient satisfaction, answering phones and directing incoming call in a courteous manner, scheduling patient appointments, and other business related functions as delegated by supervisor. Must be comfortable using an electronic dental record and Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word etc.) A high school diploma or equivalent required. Bilingual (English/Spanish) required.

Dental Sterilization Technician

The Dental Sterilization Technician is responsible for effective instrument and equipment sterilization and infection control procedures. The Dental Sterilization Technician must ensure compliance with all federal, state and local infection control and safety regulations and quality standards. This position also closely collaborates with the Director of Compliance and Risk Management along with the Dental Quality Manager. A high school diploma or equivalent required. Must have excellent attention to detail, good written and oral communication skills and an Interest in infection control and sterilization and willingness to learn. The Ability to create and maintain accurate documentation, record keeping and filing systems required.
Knowledge of dental practice and clinical sterilization practices in a healthcare setting with prior experience working as a sterilization technician in a healthcare setting preferred.

Faculty-Pediatric Dental Department

Provides clinical oversight, dental knowledge and support to all pediatric dental residents throughout their 2 year rotation. Administers, directs, and coordinates a program of high quality pediatric primary and preventative dental care for the pediatric patients at the Holyoke Health Center. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to assisting in coordination of the curriculum for pediatric dentistry residency program, including didactic and clinical components, seminars and research, supervise and provide direct patient care and clinical teaching in the clinic and in the hospital operating room, works closely with the Associate Chief Dental Program Officer (ACDPO) to facilitate and ensure consistency in clinical education and evaluation of the residents assigned to the Holyoke Health Center, mentors pediatric dental residents and supervises their clinical education and community service activities, works closely with management staff to identify solutions to local access to healthcare needs and coordinating community/regional outreach and health program and serves as an ambassador for HHC while actively participating in local community/regional programs and events. The position requires a DDS or DMD degree or equivalent and a certificate from a CODA-accredited graduate pediatric dentistry program. Candidates must be eligible for
unrestricted licensure in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, board certified in Pediatric Dentistry. Previous teaching experience or related high-quality scholarly activity and previous clinical experience strongly preferred.

Dental Hygienist - 2 Adult Dental

The Dental Hygienist is a member of the clinical practice team working collaboratively with other team members in providing patient care. Responsibilities include cleaning and polishing teeth, instructing patients in good oral hygiene habits and after care for dental treatment rendered, and providing other preventative dental care, and work chairside as needed. A degree from an accredited dental hygiene program with a current MA license and CPR. Bilingual (English/Spanish) helpful.

Registered Dental Assistant

Responsibilities include preparing patients for dental procedures, including recording medical/dental histories and vital signs, four-handed dental assisting techniques and procedures for all phases of general dentistry, infection control compliance, and exposing high-quality digital radiographs. Skill in providing excellent customer service and support; ability to work as a team player. Position requires a current MA dental assistant registration, x-ray certification, computer literacy, CPR certification issued by the American Heart Association; BLS for Health Care Providers required, successful completion of an accredited dental assisting program preferred.

Administrative Assistant -Dental Dept.

The Administrative Coordinator provides administrative support to the Chief Dental Program Officer (CDPO), the Acting Chief Dental Officer, members of the dental leadership administration team and supports the dental department at large. Responsible for department and compliance activities across all dental sites in collaboration with dental leadership. Provide administrative support for specialty programs including the school portable program. Supports the peer review and credentialing processes for dental providers. Provides administrative support for the dental department and oversight of related materials such as continuing education credits. Provides administrative support for the Dental School Portable Program (SPP) including communications with schools; preparing materials; arranges meetings, internal and external as required; books adequate meeting rooms; plans, organizes and effectively supports the management of the CDPO; Draft letters, prepares presentation documents, and presentation slides as needed; supports organization and presentation of dental quality materials for dental administration and other related duties. A high school diploma or equivalent required. An AS/BS degree preferred. The position requires the following: the ability to work effectively independently with minimal supervision, the ability to manage and prioritize a wide range of tasks, strong communication (written/verbal), organizational and interpersonal skills, ability to prioritize work flow and meet deadlines, ability to read and comprehend instructions and regulations, strong problem solving skills, must possess exceptional attention to detail, strong computer skills with skills with proficiency in Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel and Power Point.

Custodian

Responsible for general cleaning and facility maintenance. Must have the ability to perform routine, basic building maintenance functions including, but not limited to changing light bulbs and filters, routine painting and minor electrical, plumbing and carpentry repairs. Position requires the ability to travel between HHC sites, a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid MA driver’s license, previous experience working in a maintenance capacity (preferably a healthcare environment). Must be highly motivated and have the ability to work independently. Physical Requirements: Must be able to lift and move objects up to 75 pounds consistently with heavier weight necessary at times. Must have the ability to work flexible schedules; Hours: 4:30am-12:30 pm, 12:00pm-9:00pm, 1:00pm-9:00pm., rotating on call schedule; must be available for weekends and holidays. Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred.

Dental Assistant Intern

Our quality, comprehensive dental department is seeking a highly motivated and competent dental assistant intern or individual desiring to enter the dental field. No experience needed. We are willing to train you to learn the skills necessary to become an on-the-job trained dental assistant. This opportunity will save you thousands of dollars that you would normally pay in tuition at a technical school/dental assisting program.
It is expected that after successfully completing the dental assistant internship, the employee will have fundamental skills to apply the clinical applications of dental instruments, equipment and materials used by dentists, oral surgeons, pediatric dentists and orthodontic dentists. In addition to chairside clinical skills, foundational coursework and mentorship will be provided in a classroom setting emphasizing infection control. A textbook will be provided. No prior background is needed. The dental assistant inter will receive comprehensive training and should be able to function alongside of our clinical team to facilitate their daily responsibilities.
You will shadow and observe for the first 2 weeks in the program and complete healthcare provider CPR, and feel more confident on patient protocols and course content, we will slowly transition you to work on patients. Upon successful completion of the 8 week (300 total training hours: 60 hours classroom; 240 clinical) course, you are eligible for your Massachusetts RDA certification. Also, upon successful completion of the internship, you have the opportunity to sign up for a state radiology course.


Essential duties:
 Greet patients in the dental office.
 Gather patient information including blood pressure and health history review.
 Accurately enter patient data into computer.
 Prepare patients for treatments or checkups supporting their comfort.
 Select and set up instruments, equipment and materials needed.
 Assist the dentist through 4-handed dentistry.
 Undertake lab tasks as instructed.
 Provide oral hygiene and post-operative care instructions.
 Keep the dental room clean and well-stocked.
 Organize and put away supplies.
 Participate in team meetings and huddles.
 Adhere to all disinfection, sterilization and infection control guidelines.
 Exercise patient confidentiality at all times, perform duties associated with dental assisting.
 Work on setup, breakdown of operatories.
 Assist dentist and dental assistant in day to day duties as part of a team.
 Help keep work areas neat and organized to promote patient satisfaction.
 Use appropriate behavior in keeping with the mission, vision and beliefs and in accordance with operating procedures and policies.


Candidates must be 18 years of age or older. A high school diploma or equivalent is required. Desire to achieve skills required of a dental assistant; willingness to learn dental instruments and sterilization methods; understanding of health & safety regulations; motivated and committed to learning new topics; good computer skills; excellent communication and people skills; attention to detail; well-organized and reliable.
Collaboratively with internal and external providers and as part of a multi-disciplinary team is essential. Excellent skills in the areas required: critical thinking, problem identification and resolution, excellent negotiation skills with physicians and others to ensure patients receive appropriate and timely care, ability to perform multiple tasks in an organized manner. Patient education and program coordination skills helpful. Previous EMR experience helpful, preferably with NextGen, proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel and Power Point. Bilingual (English/Spanish) helpful.

 

 

If you are interested in applying for a posted position, please forward a resume/application to:

Human Resource Department

Attention: Teresa Lavelle

230 Maple Street, PO Box 6260

Holyoke, MA 01041

or email it to: resume@hhcinc.org

 

 POSTED:  December 2, 2022