Employment

The Corner Health Center is Michigan's first, largest and most comprehensive adolescent and young adult health center providing integrated primary and mental health care in a culture of dignity and respect. We provide judgment-free, high-quality, affordable health services to young people ages 12 to 25. Services are available regardless of ability to pay.

The staff at Corner has a deep understanding and appreciation of the unique needs of young people and we welcome all regardless of race, religious affiliation, gender or gender identity. All LGBTQ+ people are warmly welcomed for our services. The Corner operates in an integrated health model of collaborating professionals working to engage young people in their health services.

Current Positions

Patient Services Representative (PSR) /Medical Assistant (MA)
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
PATIENT SERVICES REP / FRONT DESK.
1. Schedule patient appointments.
2. Answer phones and provide telephone triage, routing calls to appropriate staff.
3. Greet and register all patients and ensure accuracy of all patient information and insurance eligibility.
4. Perform check out duties, including scheduling of next appointment and collecting fees.
5. Provide clinic staff with daily information regarding patient schedule as well as updates to the schedule throughout the day.
6. Communicate with clinic staff throughout the day via EHR re: patient issues.
7. Protect the confidentiality of member information in accordance with HIPAA laws and adhere to organizational policies regarding confidentiality.
8. Work as part of a multidisciplinary team to provide quality care to patients.
9. Attend the clinic and staff meetings.

MEDICAL ASSISTANT
1. Open and close the clinic, and prepare and restock exam rooms.
2. Room patients and obtain vital signs and other pertinent information.
3. Accurately perform essential lab duties including blood draw and in-house lab tests.
4. Administer medication and vaccines.
5. Assist clinicians during patient exams.
6. Document in HER.
7. Maintain cleanliness of clinic.
8. Maintain clinic inventory.
9. Work as part of a multidisciplinary team to provide quality care to patients.
10. Attend the clinic and staff meetings.

The Ideal Candidate
1. Completion of a CMA program and National Certification, or agreement to successfully obtain National Certification within 90 days of employment.
2. Demonstrated proficiency and competency in taking vital signs, giving immunizations, performing blood draws, coordinating of patient flow, and other assignments as needed.
3. Proven ability to work with vulnerable populations.
4. High level of professionalism.5.Strong customer service skills.
6. Ability to work well as part of a team and independently.
7. Appreciation for the agency mission.
8. Maintain confidentiality.
9. Experience/service in a community health/medical setting.
10. Able to work flexible hours.
11. Spanish speaker is a plus.

Required Education, Experience and Skills
1. High School Diploma or equivalent.
2. Medical Assistant Certification or equivalent.
3. Previous experience in a medical setting is preferred.
4. Appreciation and support of the Corner Mission

Working /Special Conditions
Patient care environment; frequent exposure to body fluids, infectious disease and potentially hazardous chemicals.All patients and staff are required to wear masks. Staff is required to be fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19.

No phone inquiries please. Please apply here.
Development Director
The Corner Health Center seeks a Development Director with extensive experience raising funds for nonprofit organizations, ideally within a health care setting. This individual will work very closely with the Executive Director and Board of Directors to spearhead fundraising activities for the organization. This is an exempt, full time, on-site position (40 hours per week, including some evening and weekend hours) with competitive salary and benefits. This person will report directly to the Executive Director. This is an ideal position for someone with at least five years of development experience, with a passion for running all aspects of a development operation in a strong, local community organization. Qualified candidates may apply here.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Develop and implement a comprehensive development strategy that enables the Corner to fulfill its mission, complements revenue and spending cycles, and reflects a keen awareness of local, regional, and national donor attributes and giving seasons
• Cultivate and maintain donor relationships, including:
• Build and manage a broad base of individual donors. Efforts include conducting in-person cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship meetings with donors and prospects, special events and other strategies
• In partnership with the executive director, secure and steward major individual donors and corporate sponsors
• Work with the Executive Director and Board of Directors to develop and implement strategies for major gift donors and prospects. Serve as Development staff liaison to the Board. Attend Board meetings and coordinate Board development activities
• Coordinate fundraising events and donor prospect gatherings
• Design and execute special events for donors
• Plan, design materials, and manage at least two direct mail appeals annually
• Create annual report for the agency
• Represent the organization to funders and community partners
• Participate in community events and public functions to represent the organization and actively engage donors, prospects and key stakeholders, including community partners in health care
• Research and cultivate new grant opportunities
• Oversee, write and prepare grants and reports
• Oversee and maintain communication with media to promote the Corner and its events
• Manage donor data, gift processing, timely gift acknowledgements, and appropriate donor gift recognition
• Maintain and build donor portfolios including accessing and analyzing data in Donor Perfect
• Oversee direct mail program
• Produce dashboard reports to be presented to internal management and the Board of Directors on a monthly basis
• Work with the Finance Department to reconcile donor database numbers with financial reporting
• Supervise Grants Coordinator
• Work with program staff to create new grant opportunities for program expansion

Qualifications
• Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s Degree or Certified Fund Raising Expert (CFRE) certification preferred
• 5+ years of experience in non-profit fund development, with a documented track record of growing a major gifts program
• At least 1 year of supervisory experience
• Excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to effectively interact with a diverse variety of stakeholders and constituents, and a portfolio of fundraising materials developed on the job
• Grant writing and reporting experience
• Strong external networking, relationship and customer service skills
• Proven ability to plan, monitor and grow revenue streams
• Experience with budget development and management
• Knowledge of donor database systems and fundraising software
• Experience with online fundraising platforms
• Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint
• Detail-oriented and highly organized
• Commitment to the agency mission
• Ability to work well as part of a team and independently
• Understanding of the health care industry
• Fundraising: 5 years (Preferred)

Working /Special Conditions
All patients and staff are required to wear masks. Staff is required to be fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19.

Benefits
• Salary: $95,000.00 - $115,000.00 per year • Dental insurance, Flexible schedule, Health insurance, Life insurance, Paid time off, Retirement plan
Please apply here.

Mission

The mission of the Corner Health Center is to inspire 12 to 25-year-olds (and their children) to achieve and sustain healthy lives by providing judgment-free, affordable health and wellness care and education.


Services

At the Corner, we offer a full range of health care, mental health and supportive services for young people as they transition to adulthood. Corner staff—including physicians, nurses, psychiatrists, social workers, nutritionists and health educators—is well versed in young people's unique needs. We provide our services to young people regardless of their insurance status or ability to pay for care.

The Corner Health Center is an equal opportunity employer.

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