Employment

  •  The Joint Commission Accredited La Clinica de Familia is an An Equal Opportunity Employer. All Positions are open until filled. Persons interested in any of the following positions may complete an applicaiton online, print the applicaiton here or obtain an application form from the Administration Office at 385 Calle de Alegra Las Cruces, NM 88005, 575-526-1105 or contact Human Resources. La Clinica de Familia accepts applications Monday thru Friday between 8am-5pm at 385 Calle de Alegra Las Cruces, NM 88005.Scroll down this page to view current job listings for additional information about employment at La Clinica de Familia...PLa Clinica de Familia is looking for dedicated individuals to fill the vacant positions listed below. As a La Clinica de Familia employee you will enjoy great benefits such as paid holidays, 401(k) company match, vacation days, health and dental insurance, company sponsored life and long term disability insurance. Any questions may be referred to the Human Resources Department at 575-541-6156   

                                              

 

LCDF is seeking


Promotora Volunteers:

Performs clerical duties and Promotora duties as volunteer achieves competencies in those work areas. Perform all duties assigned in a professional and at the criteria set by supervisor. This position requires the ability to attend trainings to enhance skills to work at different areas of La Clinica de Familia. All duties performed will promote the well being of all people of S. NM through community health and social services. No experience necessary.

 

Early Head Start


Data Entry Clerk/Receptionist Part Time:

Responsible for performing data entry for the Early Head Start Program, and for ensuring Center-Based & Home-Based Programs are fully enrolled. Receives incoming calls and forwards as deemed necessary. Performs routine office duties and provides clerical support. Handles various tasks such as typing and word processing. High School Diploma or equivalent and two years’ experience working in public social services

 

Home Visitor Level 2:

Responsible for working with families in the Early Head Start Program in a collaborative, partnership-building manner that supports the building of mutual trust, in order to develop family goals & objectives for the program; includes accessing a variety of community services and resources such as services available to pregnant women, child development & education, parent involvement issues, health and nutrition, and related areas of concern for families. Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or Family Consumer Science, or a related Human Services Degree.


EHS Family Service Advocate:

Plans, develops and implements the delivery of services in the area of Parent, Family and Community Engagement and Program Governance in accordance with the Head Start Performance Standards and the Head Start Act. Will support enrolled families in maintaining their enrollment status; Builds rapport with families; Provides information on educational opportunities and community resources to parents; Plans and conducts Parent Committee Meetings under the direction of the Education Coordinator; Supports the goals of the Early Head Start Program; Receives incoming calls, performs routine office duties and provides clerical support. Prior Head Start and/or Early Head Start experience is especially helpful and desired; Works with other program staff and coordinators to assure quality services for children and their families. Required: Associate’s degree in Child Development or related field; Experience working with families.


EHS Delegate Agency Health-Disability Coordinator:

Primarily responsible for the development, implementation and daily administration of the Health, Nutrition, Dental, Mental Health and Disability Components of the Early Head Start Program, ensuring compliance with the Head Start Performance Standards, the Head Start Act and the program’s policies and procedures.  Hold a key responsibility for collaborating with other EHS program components, as well as community health agencies and providers; Coordinates with Part C providers to ensure that needs for children with disabilities are met. This position will provide direct services to the families and staff of our program partner at their locations in Mesilla Park and Sunland Park. Mileage will be paid when travel between program locations is required; however candidates must have a reliable personal vehicle.  Prior Head Start and/or Early Head Start experience is especially helpful and desired; Works with other program staff and coordinators to assure quality services for children and their families. Required: AA or BS degree in Nursing, Health Education, or related field;  Experience working in the health field; Knowledge of ADA and IDEA; Supervisory experience a plus.

 

 

LAS CRUCES

 

 

 

Risk Manager-Mental Health:

Responsible for the successful management of LCDF’s mental health risk management program.  Works independently and with minimal supervision.  Is proactive in all duties listed below. Collaborate with other members of the mental healthcare delivery team in the performance of functions designed to identify, evaluate, prevent, and control the risk of injury to patients, staff, visitors, volunteers, and others and to reduce the risk of loss to the organization itself.  Activities include the process of making and carrying out decisions that will prevent or minimize clinical, business, and operational risks. Bachelor degree in a related health or safety field.  Three years of experience in a customer service related position.

 

Risk Manger-Medical:

Responsible for the successful management of LCDF’s medical risk management program.  Works independently and with minimal supervision.  Is proactive in all duties listed below. Collaborate with other members of the healthcare delivery team in the performance of functions designed to identify, evaluate, prevent, and control the risk of injury to patients, staff, visitors, volunteers, and others and to reduce the risk of loss to the organization itself.  Activities include the process of making and carrying out decisions that will prevent or minimize clinical, business, and operational risks. Bachelor degree in a related health or safety field.  Three years of experience in a customer service related position.

 

 

Data Entry Clerk:

Maintains database by entering new and updated customer and account information. High School Diploma or equivalent and one year in a similar position


Eligibility Specialist:

Responsible for assisting LCDF patients and community by determining eligibility for financial assistance from government programs, completing applications and other required paperwork for these programs, and performing follow-up tasks as necessary. Also serves as a community referral source for patients. High School Diploma or equivalent and two years’ experience working in public social services. Working knowledge of social services programs (i.e., laws, rules, regulations, etc.), Experience with effective interviewing techniques, familiarity with community resources Ability to maintain effective relationships in the community and within LCDF. Must be Bilingual English/Spanish.


Care Coordinator:

The Care Coordinator as a member of the interdisciplinary team will provide comprehensive and coordinated care to achieve optimal patient outcomes to meet the Primary Care Medical Home accreditation. The Care Coordinator assists with the coordination of community health care systems and LCDF’s resources to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate services with the goal of providing a seamless model of access and care that benefits the patients and family members based on their individual needs. High School Diploma or equivalent. Will be required to complete Promotora training within one year of employment.  An eligible candidate without a high school diploma will be required to obtain GED within one year of employment. Must be Bilingual English/Spanish.

 


Promotora Outreach Worker:

Responsible for performing a variety of community outreach (client location and retention) activities designed to facilitate consumers acquiring appropriate healthcare treatment and services.  Provides support services and referral services to respective clients. High School Diploma or equivalent. Will be required to complete Promotora training within one year of employment.  An eligible candidate without a high school diploma will be required to obtain GED within one year of employment. Must be Bilingual English/Spanish.


Nursing Director:

Manages nursing services in a primary care clinic setting and ensures that patient flow is maintained in an efficient and quality manner. Assignment to clinics includes supervision of laboratory operations and staff. Bachelor’s degree in Nursing with three years administrative and managerial experience in a clinical setting.  Master’s degree in Nursing Science is preferred. The level of education required will be under the discretion of hiring Supervisor.


Dental Assistant /Compliance Coordinator:

Responsible for assisting Dentist with technical skills outlined by the State and National Dental Assisting Boards. Coordinates trainings and monitors quality assurance and performance improvement dental initiatives/activities. Also Performs a variety of routine clerical duties. High School Diploma with six months experience in a dental office and completion of a training course in dental assisting. Current NM X-Ray Certification or must be able to obtain within 6 months of employment. Bilingual English / Spanish


 

Nurse Aid:

Responsible for providing  direct nursing support to the clinic nurse and medical provider by performing general nursing duties within the scope of nursing assistant education /knowledge and under the direction of the licensed nurse. High School Diploma or equivalent; completion of Nurse Aide or Medical Assistant certification program. Bilingual English/Spanish

 


Insurance Biller:

Performs daily duties of billing electronic and/or paper insurance claims to maximize third party insurance revenues fully by Posting of EOB’s.  Additionally, follow up and tracking procedures must be enacted upon to ensure maximum revenue is collected. High school diploma or equivalent and two years’ experience in similar position.  Previous experience in a medical setting is a plus.

 

Staff Accountant:

Under general supervision, performs standard accounting functions such as ledger maintenance, cost analysis, reconciliation, posting, and inventory control. Analyzes financial and operating data and prepares management reports. Maintains records of routine accounting transactions and fixed assets list.  Assists in preparation of financial and operating reports. Bachelor's Degree in Accounting from an accredited college; additionally, one to three years’ experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified is preferred

 

Call Center RN:

Responsible for working as member of LCDF call center providing nursing assessment to patients who are requesting same-day appointments; also provides education and consultation to patients as appropriate. Must have successfully completed ADN or BSN program from an accredited nursing school and successfully passed the NCLEX nursing exam. Fluent Bilingual English/Spanish.



Physician (PRN):

Board certified/board eligible family practice physician to join our primary care group.  The family practice department is a group of 15 physicians and 8 nurse practitioners providing ambulatory services.  Candidate should be interested in working with the medically underserved and with a multi-disciplinary team and be willing to work extended hour-schedule including weekend days.  Spanish-speaking a plus. 


FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER (PRN):

Provides direct primary care health services to LCDF patients within the scope of law and regulation. Graduate from nurse practitioner program.  Additional training in primary care preferred but not required, e.g. diabetes education, women's heal


 

Health Information Technology Project Manager:

Health information technology (HIT) project manager coordinates all activities of HIT projects, from readiness assessment and planning to completion of implementation. The HIT project manager will also have responsibility for managing HIT maintenance and ongoing improvement as well as system training and support. Bachelor's Degree in Health Information Technology, Project Management Certification or related experience


Roving RN/LPN PRN:

Responsible for providing direct nursing care to patients by performing general nursing duties and patient education. Acts as  a member of the clinic team along with fellow nursing staff, providers and office staff. Successful completion of LPN, ADN or BSN program from an accredited nursing school. Bilingual English/Spanish

 

Chaparral

 

Janitor:

Responsible for general cleaning duties at assigned clinic or site, ensuring that the site remains orderly, attractive, and sanitary and in compliance with safety standards. Related work experience preferred and be able to understand and perform instructions. Valid New Mexico Driver’s License and current automobile insurance. Must be willing to use personal vehicle in the course of employment, and to travel to other clinics, when needed and must have a clean driving record.

 

Medical/ Dental Patient Representative:

Responsible primarily for registering patients at assigned clinic, including the performance of related functions, and for ensuring that the front office environment is respectful and supportive to patients. Education/Training: High School Diploma or equivalent with a minimum of one year’s clerical experience required; medical office or healthcare experience preferred. Fluent Bilingual/English Spanish.

 


Physician:

Board certified/board eligible family practice physician to join our primary care group.  The family practice department is a group of 15 physicians and 8 nurse practitioners providing ambulatory services.  Candidate should be interested in working with the medically underserved and with a multi-disciplinary team. Spanish-speaking a plus. 

 

Family Nurse Practitioner:

Provides outpatient primary care health services within the scope of practice as allowed by law, regulation, and delineation of privileges. Assigned to one primary site for delivery of care, with cross coverage at other sites when necessary. This includes an emphasis on health maintenance, patient education, the management of stable chronic illnesses, and care of minor acute illnesses. In instances not explicitly covered by LCDF protocols, follows current standards for quality clinical care. Licensed by the New Mexico Board of Nursing to practice. DEA certification and New Mexico Board of Pharmacy certification. Must have current drivers license and current automobile insurance. Bilingual English/Spanish 

 

Dentist:

Responsible for direct rendering of dental services and for managing the overall operation of dental care services provided by LCDF on a daily basis.  Also supervises all dental clinic personnel. Doctor of Dentistry Degree from an accredited college endorsed by the American Dental Association (ADA).

 

 

Sunland Park

 

 

Staff Nurse  Extended(LPN/RN) :

Responsible for providing direct nursing care to patients by performing general nursing duties and patient education. Acts as a member of the clinic team along with fellow nursing staff, providers and office staff. Current New Mexico LPN/RN License; current CPR certification/training; ongoing maintenance of CEU’s. Fluent Bilingual/English Spanish.

 

Medical/ Dental Patient Representative:

Responsible primarily for registering patients at assigned clinic, including the performance of related functions, and for ensuring that the front office environment is respectful and supportive to patients. Education/Training: High School Diploma or equivalent with a minimum of one year’s clerical experience required; medical office or healthcare experience preferred. Fluent Bilingual/English Spanish.

 

PHYSICIAN:

Board certified/board eligible family practice physician to join our primary care group.  The family practice department is a group of 15 physicians and 8 nurse practitioners providing ambulatory services.  Candidate should be interested in working with the medically underserved and with a multi-disciplinary team. Spanish-speaking a plus. 

 

FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER:

Provides outpatient primary care health services within the scope of practice as allowed by law, regulation, and delineation of privileges. Assigned to one primary site for delivery of care, with cross coverage at other sites when necessary. This includes an emphasis on health maintenance, patient education, the management of stable chronic illnesses, and care of minor acute illnesses. In instances not explicitly covered by LCDF protocols, follows current standards for quality clinical care. Licensed by the New Mexico Board of Nursing to practice. DEA certification and New Mexico Board of Pharmacy certification. Must have current drivers license and current automobile insurance. Bilingual English/Spanish