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Bilingual Certified Community Health Worker (Remote Flexible)

Stockton, California

About Pair Team

Pair Team is on a mission to improve the wellbeing of underserved communities by connecting them to high-quality care.

Pair Team cares for the highest-need Medicaid recipients through a community-led model. We build local partnerships with shelters, food pantries, and other community-based organizations to turn them into a site of care. As a support system for the community, we provide wraparound clinical services, up-skill CBO staff to become Community Health Workers, and utilize our proprietary data-driven technology platform, Arc, for care coordination. Through Medicaid MCOs, we provide healthcare for hard-to-reach, high-need individuals, while sharing healthcare dollars with community groups to expand their social support programs.

Our Values

  • Lead with integrity: We keep our commitments and take responsibility for our actions. We are dependable and choose authenticity over perfection.
  • Embrace challenges: We leave our egos at the door and step forward into discomfort instead of back into safety. We help each other to learn and provide feedback using candor and kindness.
  • Break through walls: We go the extra mile for our patients, partners and one another, and we run toward hard things. We are resilient in our push for consistent improvement and challenge the status quo.
  • Act beyond yourself: We build each other up and respect boundaries. We seek first to understand and assume positive intent.
  • Care comes first: We hold ourselves to the highest standards for our patients. We are relentless in the pursuit of our mission, and ensure that we are taking care of ourselves in order to care for others.

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About the Opportunity:

Pair Team is building a team of deeply passionate individuals ready to change primary care operations for those who need it most. We seek a full-time Community Health Worker to play a critical role in our whole-person, interdisciplinary care model, responsible for directly outreaching and engaging with individuals living with Serious Mental Illness/ Substance Use Disorder, experiencing homelessness, and/or those who have high medical needs. We believe in the power of trust and relationships to successfully engage those who may have never received the kind of whole-health care that Pair Team can provide.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Maintain ongoing caseload of individuals through the utilization of evidence based approaches to promote engagement and achievement of health goals
  • Use relationship-based strategies to support members with care navigation, understanding that many may have lived personal experiences causing them to be initially hesitant or distrusting of the health care system
  • Identify and connect individual to community resources necessary to promote individual’s health
  • Support the access and understanding of the health care system
  • Support the individual in enrollment of key assistance programs
  • Conducts periodic telephonic and SMS outreach to ensure timely follow-up to members 
  • Work with member to identify, engage, and accomplish health/wellness goals 
  • Identify and break down barriers ensuring individuals’ continuation with the program
  • Utilize external and internal online platforms to collaborate with team members and carry out daily tasks

Must-Have Qualifications:

  • 3+ years of community health work experience 
  • 1+ year(s) of case management experience
  • Community Health Worker Certificate
  • Strong understanding of cultural fluency
  • High degree of empathy 
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary team
  • An eye for optimization
  • Organizational skills
  • Ability to remain patient when faced with adversity 
  • Strong technical skills and comfort with technology innovation, past experience with CRM databases, basic Excel, Word, email, and video conferencing
  • Reliable travel to get around the Fresno community (as needed) 

Preferred Qualifications: 

  • Demonstrated professional or personal lived experience working closely with individuals experiencing complex chronic needs, homelessness, or Severe Mental Illness/Substance Use Disorder 
  • 2+ years of case management experience
  • Experience with motivational interviewing
  • Knowledge of medical terminology
  • Zest for problem solving, seeking answers, and thinking outside the box
  • Detail-oriented and organized self-starter who is a rockstar multitasker
  • Reliable and comfortable in an ever-changing environment

 

 

 

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