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Current positions open:
Community Health Workers, Family Physician, Family Nurse Practitioner, 
Clinical Social Worker/Counselor, Intensive Case Manager, Nonprofit Accountant, and Community Organizer.
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Background for the positions listed below:

 

Our work at Casa de Salud is unique. Every day, we deliver care that is rooted in dignity, trust, creativity, cultural humility, and mutual respect. We see healthcare from a lens that understands the histories of inequalities, oppressions, and structural forces that affect our community. We also see the strengths of our community members, as well as the cultural richness that exists around us. It is with this historical analysis and appreciation for the power within our community that we build towards collective wellness and liberation.

 

Casa de Salud was founded in 2004 to provide high quality medical services to people with no or limited health insurance as well as a place for primary care clinicians and integrative healers to enjoy the practice of medicine. We embrace a holistic approach using a wide range of conventional, natural and traditional medicines to best address mind/body/soul medicine. Our clinicians include Family Physicians, a part-time gynecologist, NPs, PAs, a social worker, as well as a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, a Reiki master, a curandera, and two massage therapists. Case management and health coaching are available to patients.

 

Casa de Salud is rooted in community, has relationships with many direct service and advocacy organizations in the county and beyond, and provides a culturally humble and anti-racist environment for staff, apprentices, and patients.  The clinic is in a time of rebirth and growth, with the ability to creatively implement new programs and ideas without the bureaucracy of conventional healthcare settings.

We offer a wide range of medical, integrative healing, psychosocial and advocacy services on an appointment basis or walk-in basis. Many of our patients are monolingual Spanish speakers. As part of our comprehensive approach to primary care, we also have a strong focus on nutritional/lifestyle changes, harm reduction (needle exchange in-house), opiate addiction recovery with medication assisted treatment and integrative/bodywork modalities, women's health services, and queer/transgender care including gender affirming hormone therapy.

 

Casa de Salud is not a federally qualified health center, instead we are a nonprofit integrative community-based clinic. 75-80% of our patients are self-pay and we provide transparent, affordable healthcare and low-cost labs and procedures. We also accept Medicaid, greatly reducing the hassles of insurance-based healthcare while serving those most in need. Our patients are appreciative and enjoyable to work with; many have been with us since we started in 2004.

 

Casa de Salud serves as a training site for pre-professional health students who serve as "health apprentices" and help run many aspects of the clinic under the supervision of a nurse and an apprentice clinical supervisor. We have a comprehensive and user-friendly electronic medical record. Casa de Salud is led by a board-certified family physician/addictions physician who also practices medicine at Casa, and is in touch with clinicians' needs. Casa de Salud's top leadership and board of directors are all women (and majority women of color).

 

 

Community Health Workers

Casa de Salud is hiring a team of Community Health Workers (CHWs) to help lead a new and critical initiative for COVID-19 vaccine equity and a range of other health equity issues. We are excited to partner with the City of Albuquerque and various clinics and nonprofit organizations, through the Health Literacy Project to Enhance Equitable Community Response to COVID-19. Our new team of CHWs will creatively engage with community members through culturally humble approaches, and will work among a larger team of CHWs across organizations to strengthen strategies around health equity issues. The CHWs will be expected to focus on a variety of issues that impact our community and provide solutions to improve overall health in the time of the COVID pandemic. The primary focus of this work will be COVID-19 vaccination education and engagement, but CHWs will work to support community members in other areas to support families through this pandemic -- such as the ERAP rental assistance program, medical debt case management, and improving access to health/care.

Under the supervision of the Executive Director and/or the program supervisor for outreach, the CHWs will support Casa de Salud in its vision for transforming the ecosystem of care within the clinic and out in the community.

We are looking for at least one CHW with Spanish language proficiency or fluency, given a majority of our community members served speak Spanish. We are also looking for at least one CHW with lived experience or work experience in working with people dealing with addictions, given another primary focus of our work and patient base are people who use drugs and people who are in recovery. Applicants with other expertise or skills regarding community health worker roles are also encouraged to apply. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, will have experience and passion for working in teams, and will have a commitment to health/healing and social justice.

Our work at Casa de Salud is unique. Every day, we deliver care that is rooted in dignity, trust, creativity, cultural humility, and mutual respect. We see healthcare from a lens that understands the histories of inequalities, oppressions, and structural forces that affect our community. We also see the strengths of our community members, as well as the cultural richness that exists around us. It is with this historical analysis and appreciation for the power within our community that we build towards collective wellness and liberation.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with other community health workers across other agencies that are part of this Health Literacy Project to Enhance Equitable Community Response to COVID-19.

  • Participate in Casa de Salud team meetings and staff meetings, as well as CHW trainings.

  • Represent Casa de Salud to patients, clients, the public, and stakeholders in a professional manner.

  • Collaborate with existing case managers, clinicians, nurses, health apprentices and others at Casa de Salud in a team-based environment.

  • Creatively approach and implement outreach and educational activities for the community, in person, at events, and online.

  • Support the creation of and provision of educational tools in a culturally and linguistically appropriate manner to support community members of various backgrounds.

  • Document all internal and external referrals, and support all required reporting for this project.

 

Qualifications:

Minimum qualifications include two years of experience working in the community in areas of community outreach or healthcare. Proficiency or fluency in Spanish is a minimum qualification for one of the CHW positions.

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of local communities and cultures, including communities that have been marginalized in New Mexico.

  • Working knowledge of harm reduction, trauma-informed care, anti-oppression/anti-racism.

  • Strong communication skills and interpersonal skills.

  • A sense of urgency and reliability when responding to situations.

  • Ability to work some evenings and weekends as needed.

  • Ability to work independently and in a team-based setting.

  • Ability to use personal vehicle to meet community members, attend community meetings and events, and otherwise as needed.

  • Ability to document in excellence, gather data, and prepare reports as needed.

  • Ability to utilize computers, a personal smartphone, and various software applications, including email, google suite (google docs, google sheets, and others), and electronic medical record software.

  • Must be willing to comply with a criminal background check.

 

Salary/Benefits and conditions of employment:

  • This is an employed position, full-time, as an hourly employee, at $18/hour.

  • Work is performed at Casa de Salud in an office/clinic work environment, as well as out in the community.

  • Duration of position: Grant period of October 2021 to June 2023 with further opportunity to grow within the organization.

  • Casa de Salud has a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy for all staff (and including upcoming booster shots).

  • Benefits include health / dental / vision insurance, retirement IRA, paid time off, paid holidays, professional development support, flexibility in schedule, a positive and exciting team culture, and support for advocacy/community projects that align with Casa de Salud’s mission.

  • Casa de Salud is an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintains a core value around our staff reflecting the communities we serve. People of color, people of trans and gender non-­conforming identities, immigrants, and differently abled people are strongly encouraged to apply.

  • If interested please send your resume, cover letter and three professional references to: info@casadesaludnm.org, with the subject line “Community Health Worker, Casa de Salud – [your name].” Applications received by October 15th will be prioritized. Please note that only those candidates under consideration will be contacted to schedule interviews. 

Family Practice Physician

 

Casa de Salud is seeking the services of a family practice physician, part-time (at least 20 hours a week or more) or full time. If you are seeking a clinical home where you can practice medicine with love and care, where you can help build an integrative care model of care that is especially responsive low-income residents of Albuquerque and beyond, and where you can pursue creative projects within and beyond healthcare, this is the place for you.

 

We are looking for physicians who are passionate about working with marginalized communities and who are resourceful and creative. We are looking for physicians who are interested in integrative and holistic healing and in working alongside practitioners from various other healing modalities. We are also looking for physician leaders – as there are leadership growth opportunities available for medical directorship, quality improvement, clinical care, and community development.

 

Physicians must have Spanish proficiency as many of our patients are monolingual Spanish speaking; and must enjoy providing high quality healthcare both independently and within a team of transdisciplinary clinicians. Extensive experience with acute care and chronic medical care, as well as experience with a range of office-based procedures, is important. Experience in working with patients dealing with addictions is also important, and the ability to prescribe buprenorphine medication treatment for opioid addictions is a strong plus. Experience or interest in working with queer and transgender populations is also a strong plus.

 

Physicians have flexibility to develop their own practice style and focus areas based on patient and community needs. Physicians also spend ample time with each patient. Physicians are also invited to build community responsive projects aligned with the clinic’s vision. Several current clinicians are nationally recognized Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars, and clinicians have pursued projects ranging from popular education curriculum development around the roots of addiction, to community partnerships for food justice, to strengthening systems for integrating modalities of care at the clinic. Casa de Salud is now a member of the 2019-2020 national cohort of the Serious Illness Collaborative (an initiative led by Dr Atul Gawande's company Ariadne Labs in Boston) and there are current leadership opportunities within this work.

 

Salary/Benefits:

 

This position is an employed position. Salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits include health / dental / vision insurance, retirement IRA, paid time off, paid holidays, leadership development opportunities, professional development support, flexibility in schedule, a positive and exciting team culture, and support for advocacy/community projects that align with Casa de Salud’s mission.

 

Casa de Salud has also been recognized as a site for the competitive New Mexico Health Professional Loan Repayment Program (NMHPLRP), which pays off up to $25,000 a year of student loan debt for clinicians who practice in areas with shortages of clinicians. The process is competitive, and Casa is proud to be recognized by the state as a site that cares for underserved populations.

 

Casa de Salud is an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintains a core value around our staff reflecting the communities we serve. People of color, people of trans and gender non-­conforming identities, immigrants, and differently abled people are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

If interested please send your resume, cover letter and three professional references to: info@casadesaludnm.org, with the subject line “Casa de Salud Physician -- [your name].” Please note that only those candidates under consideration will be contacted to schedule interviews.

 

 

Family Nurse Practitioner

 

Casa de Salud is seeking the services of a family nurse practitioner, part-time (at least 20 hours a week or more) or full time. If you are seeking a clinical home where you can practice medicine with love and care, where you can help build an integrative care model of care that is especially responsive low-income residents of Albuquerque and beyond, and where you can pursue creative projects within and beyond healthcare, this is the place for you.

 

We are looking for family nurse practitioners who are passionate about working with marginalized communities and who are resourceful and creative. We are looking for family nurse practitioners who are interested in integrative and holistic healing and in working alongside practitioners from various other healing modalities. We are also looking for clinician leaders – as there are leadership growth opportunities available for quality improvement, clinical care, and community development.

 

Nurse Practitioners must have Spanish proficiency as many of our patients are monolingual Spanish speaking; and must enjoy providing high quality healthcare both independently and within a team of transdisciplinary clinicians. Extensive experience with acute care and chronic medical care, as well as experience with a range of office-based procedures, is important. Experience in working with patients dealing with addictions is also important, and the ability to prescribe buprenorphine medication treatment for opioid addictions is a strong plus. Experience or interest in working with queer and transgender populations is also a strong plus.

 

Clinicians have flexibility to develop their own practice style and focus areas based on patient and community needs. Clinicians also spend ample time with each patient. Clinicians are invited to build community responsive projects aligned with the clinic’s vision. Several current clinicians are nationally recognized Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars, and clinicians have pursued projects ranging from popular education curriculum development around the roots of addiction, to community partnerships for food justice, to strengthening systems for integrating modalities of care at the clinic.

 

Salary/Benefits:

 

This position is an employed position. Salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits include health / dental / vision insurance, retirement IRA, paid time off, paid holidays, leadership development opportunities, professional development support, flexibility in schedule, a positive and exciting team culture, and support for advocacy/community projects that align with Casa de Salud’s mission.

 

Casa de Salud has also been recognized as a site for the competitive New Mexico Health Professional Loan Repayment Program (NMHPLRP), which pays off up to $25,000 a year of student loan debt for clinicians who practice in areas with shortages of clinicians. The process is competitive, and Casa is proud to be recognized by the state as a site that cares for underserved populations.

 

Casa de Salud is an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintains a core value around our staff reflecting the communities we serve. People of color, people of trans and gender non-­conforming identities, immigrants, and differently abled people are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

If interested please send your resume, cover letter and three professional references to: info@casadesaludnm.org, with the subject line “Casa de Salud Nurse Practitioner -- [your name].” Please note that only those candidates under consideration will be contacted to schedule interviews.

 

 

Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Counselor

 

Casa de Salud is seeking a bilingual (English/Spanish) social worker or licensed clinical counselor who can provide counseling services and supervision at Casa de Salud, working together with clinicians in areas of integrative Primary Care, Addictions Care, Acupuncture, Reiki, Traditional Healing, Massage Therapy, Needle Exchange, Case Management, and more. Experience and interest in working with monolingual Spanish speaking patients, with patients in treatment and recovery for addictions, and with queer/transgender/gender nonconforming patients, are strongly encouraged. 

 

This position provides clinical services such as assessments and diagnosis, psychotherapy services, treatment planning, crisis intervention services. Position requires applicant to be able to have independent clinical decision making as well as ability to work in collaborative environment among Casa de Salud staff. 

 

Supervision responsibilities may include supervision of Certified Peer Support Workers in the Strong Roots opioid addictions recovery program, or supervision of a social work intern. 

 

Clinicians have flexibility to develop their own practice style and focus areas based on patient and community needs. Clinicians also spend ample time with each patient. Clinicians are invited to build community responsive projects aligned with the clinic’s vision. Several clinicians at the organization were nationally recognized Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars, and clinicians have pursued projects ranging from popular education curriculum development around the roots of addiction, to community partnerships for food justice, to strengthening systems for integrating modalities of care at the clinic.

 

  • Hours: This is a part time or full time employed position

  • Experience required: Minimum of 2 years post-masters clinical experience

  • Licensure requirements: LMSW, LCSW, LPCC, or equivalent

 

Salary/Benefits:

 

This is an employed position. Salary is commensurate with experience. Benefits include health / dental / vision insurance, retirement IRA, paid time off, paid holidays, professional development support, flexibility in schedule, a positive and exciting team culture, and support for advocacy/community projects that align with Casa de Salud’s mission.

 

Casa de Salud is an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintains a core value around our staff reflecting the communities we serve. People of color, people of trans and gender non-­conforming identities, immigrants, and differently abled people are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

If interested please send your resume, cover letter and three professional references to: info@casadesaludnm.org, with the subject line “Casa de Salud Social Worker/Counselor position – [your name].” Please note that only those candidates under consideration will be contacted to schedule interviews.

 

 

Intensive Case Manager

 

Casa de Salud is hiring for a full-time Intensive Case Manager who is passionate about assisting individuals with co-occurring substance use and mental health needs. The Intensive Case Manager (ICM) program is funded through the City of Albuquerque, and supported by the UNM Office of Community Health Worker Initiatives. 

 

The Intensive Case Manager will work resourcefully and skillfully to support clients in their self-efficacy and case management needs, to achieve better quality of life and to maintain the highest possible ability to function in the community. The ICM will provide education, care coordination, and access to community resources. The ICM would work on site at Casa de Salud as well as in community settings, including with clients at their homes.

 

For this role, Spanish proficiency is a strong plus, given many clients who access services at Casa de Salud speak Spanish.
 

Duties and Responsibilities:

 

  • Facilitate client access to community resources, including locating housing, food, recreational activities, clothing, school programs, vocational and employment opportunities, relevant mental health services, and more.

  • Coordinate and monitor services, including comprehensive tracking of client activities in relation to care plan.

  • Assist clients in developing goals and supporting clients in meeting these goals.

  • Document all client encounters and contacts made on behalf of clients; complete and submit billing documentation as appropriate; maintain comprehensive client files, which may include documents held for safekeeping on behalf of the client.

  • Identify and provide emergency crisis services as necessary; make immediate clinical assessments and respond according to accepted crisis intervention methods and techniques; coordinate other services as appropriate.

  • Assess patients, evaluate effectiveness of care plan and progress made by client, participate in patient treatment planning and case review with patient care providers.

  • Maintain and report applicable statistics regarding programs and client services.

  • Perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

 

The ideal candidate would possess:

 

  • At least 2 years prior experience working with populations affected by addictions, behavioral health issues, homelessness, discrimination, persons that have experienced violence either as a victim or a perpretrator. 

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.

  • A desire to work in an integrative community clinic environment with a wide range of clinicians and staff (MDs, PAs, NPs, Doctor of Oriental medicine, Reiki master, Massage therapists, Certified Peer Support Worker, Social Worker), in a transdisciplinary team.

  • Ability to work in a trauma-informed care and social justice-informed care framework, culturally humble framework and anti-racist framework.

  • Strong skills in documentation and in maintenance of records.

  • Ability to gather data, compile information, and prepare reports.

  • Ability to monitor, assess and record client progress against a care plan, and to make adjustments to plans and services.

  • Ability to assess mental status in clients and to develop individual treatment goals and plans.

  • Knowledge of community health care and vocational services.

  • Ability to plan, implement, and evaluate individual patient care programs.

  • Knowledge of medical billing procedures.

  • Ability to communicate medical information to healthcare professionals within and outside of Casa de Salud, and to others, under crisis situations.

  • The ability to commit to full time work during business hours, with some flexibility as needed on evenings and weekends.

  • Familiarity with Google Docs, Microsoft Word, Excel spreadsheets, Mac computers, an online Redcap database, and an easy to use team-based electronic medical record (EMR) at Casa de Salud.

  • Ability to have reliable transportation to meet clients at their homes or at agencies for support.

 

Possession of a valid NM Drivers License is a requirement for this job.

 

Salary: $18/hour, employed, plus benefits including paid time off, paid holidays, health insurance, dental insurance and vision insurance, an IRA retirement plan, and the ability to work and thrive in a creative, integrative, exciting grassroots community health/care and healing space with an energetic and supportive team.

 

To apply, send your cover letter (including relevant experience and your interest in working at Casa de Salud) and your CV (with three professional references) as two separate MS Word or PDF documents directly to info@casadesaludnm.org, with the subject line: “Intensive Case Manager — [Your Name]” and address your application to Search Committee, Casa de Salud. 

 

Casa de Salud is looking to hire the ideal candidate for this role immediately. Applications will be considered immediately upon receipt and interviews will start immediately. 

 

Casa de Salud is an equal opportunity employer. Women, LGBTQI+ people, people of color, and differently abled people are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

Community Organizer

 

(This job requires Spanish proficiency and community organizing experience)

Vision for Dignity, Access, and Accountability in Healthcare (VIDA) is a project of Casa de Salud. We are currently seeking a full time Community Organizer to help support our three organizing aims of: 1) improving access and reducing medical debt for Bernalillo County residents; 2) improving access to treatment for people dealing with addictions; 3) improving public safety in our county. We engage healthcare workers, clients, patients, and community members. We are also part of the New Mexico Together for Healthcare Coalition. We organized over 60 healthcare workers during the 2021 NM Legislative Session and helped pass 3 transformative healthcare bills! We are also effective in local policy change that greatly impacts those most marginalized. We have an exciting work environment, and our direct care organizing model means the community organizer is able to work in a dynamic environment with a range of clinicians, health apprentices, staff all working towards the same goals, whether through direct care/service or organizing.

 

About VIDA:

Since becoming a project of Casa de Salud in 2010, VIDA has worked to identify and directly address barriers to health in Bernalillo County. VIDA works with community groups, policy leaders, and advocates to reduce systemic barriers to affordable care, while continuing to address the needs of low-income, un/underinsured patients who continue to be burdened with medical debt, the greatest reason for personal bankruptcy. Over the last 8 years, VIDA has assisted clients with navigation of hospital medical bills and has helped save BernCo residents over $2.5 million in overwhelming medical debt, undoubtedly improving both the emotional and financial health of our community.

 

Responsibilities of the VIDA Community Organizer include, but are not limited to:

  • Working with Executive Director and VIDA staff (Pathways Navigator, Case Manager) to identify barriers to health in BernCo residents

  • Developing community based campaigns to bring attention to and address these barriers

  • Maintaining and expanding VIDA’s relationships with other organizations, community members, and policymakers

  • Organizing and leading VIDA program meetings around strategy and planning

  • Developing and supervising the patient coalition

  • Providing direct case management to patients with medical debt

  • Developing VIDA messaging and maintaining VIDA media contacts

 

Requirements:

  • Bilingual and Biliterate (Spanish/English)

  • High school diploma required; Bachelor’s degree or higher, preferred

  • 3 years or more of community organizing and/or health advocacy experience

  • Advocacy, public speaking, and professional and technical writing experience

  • Document translation (English to Spanish; Spanish to English)

  • Intermediate to advanced computer and typing skills; includes Microsoft Word, Excel, Internet, email, Cloud-based systems

 

Applicants with the following qualifications are strongly preferred:

  • Experience working with low-income, immigrant, and LEP populations, including those suffering from addictions

  • Knowledge of/familiarity with the Affordable Care Act/Expanded Medicaid mandates and options

  • Knowledge of/familiarity with Bernalillo County health access issues post-ACA

  • Knowledge of/familiarity with county political systems

 

This position is an employed position, full-time. Schedule of work is Monday - Friday during normal business hours with evening or weekend hours as needed. Salary commensurate with experience. Benefits include health insurance, dental, and vision insurance, paid time off, paid holidays, an employer sponsored IRA retirement account with matching contribution, leadership development opportunities, professional development support, and a positive and exciting team culture.

To apply, send your cover letter and CV (with three professional references) as two separate MS Word or PDF documents, to info [at] casadesaludnm [dot] org, with the subject line: “VIDA Community Organizer position — [Your Name]”. Please note that only those candidates under consideration will be contacted to schedule interviews. No phone calls or emails please.

Casa de Salud is an equal opportunity employer. Women, LGBTQI+ people, people of color, and differently abled people are strongly encouraged to apply. Open until filled.

 

 

Nonprofit Accountant

 

The Nonprofit Accountant ensures the organization and staff are in compliance with Casa de Salud financial policies, contract and grant compliance, and generally accepted accounting principles. This position plays a critical role in sound fiscal management of the organization, as well as planning and budgeting for the organization’s future.

 

The Nonprofit Accountant reports to the Director of Operations and the Executive Director and provides leadership and support in the following areas – finance, business planning and budgeting, human resources record-keeping, and other administrative tasks.

 

Specific Duties:

  • Perform bookkeeping with QuickBooks

  • Manage A/R and A/P with class and job reporting

  • Print checks, make electronic payments

  • Review and run payroll

  • Track restricted/unrestricted donations

  • Prepare bank reconciliations 

  • Reconcile petty cash account

  • Prepare, review, and report on monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reports

  • Prepare budgets and financial reports as needed

  • Prepare journal entries as needed

  • Prepare annual budgets

  • Track budgets of individual grants

  • Prepare reimbursement requests and invoices to funders.

  • Manage coordination of approvals and signatures as necessary

  • Help maintain accurate and complete employee files.

  • Ensure accuracy and compliance of IRS reporting

  • Coordinate and supports annual Form 990 preparation with CPA

  • File annual corporate reports with the NM Secretary of State and Attorney General.

  • Attend Board and committee meetings when requested

  • Adhere to strict standards of confidentiality

  • Appropriately handle HIPAA protected information 

  • Ensure compliance with financial controls

  • Communicate with vendors as required

  • Other duties as assigned

 

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential responsibility satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and/or abilities required. Applicants should possess the following:

  • Proficiency with computer skills. 

  • Self-starter with the ability to work independently and multi-task.

  • Sincere commitment to work collaboratively with all constituent groups, including staff, board members, volunteers, funders, donors, program participants, and others.

  • A successful track record in setting priorities; possession of analytic, organizational and anticipation skills that support and enable sound decision making.

  • High level competence creating and using spreadsheets with formulas, word documents, using the internet, and email. Proficiency with the Microsoft suite of software is mandatory. Comfort with the Google Drive and Apple suites is a plus. 

  • Strong attention to detail even when performing repetitive, detailed oriented, tedious tasks. 

  • Must be fluent in proper spoken & written English for a business environment. 

  • Able to effectively present information, respond to questions in a timely manner, and professionally interact with managers, clinicians, patients, vendors, and the general public.

  • Self-driven and able to anticipate needs and execute tasks without heavy supervision. 

  • Excellent time management skills and a history of managing tasks that recur on daily, weekly, monthly, and longer timeframes without missing deadlines. 

  • Open and effective communicator, excellent interpersonal skills, and a willingness and interest in expressing ideas and proposing changes to improve and streamline procedures & systems.

  • Interested in identifying and implementing system improvements for performance and efficiency.

  • High level of integrity around professional boundaries, including but not limited to maintenance of confidential information, handling of cash, and other proprietary information.

 

Education, Certifications, Experience, & Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance preferred.

  • 5 years professional experience that includes final responsibility for the quality and content of all financial data, reporting and audit coordination for either a nonprofit organization or a government entity.

  • Extensive working knowledge of QuickBooks.

 

Work Environment

While performing duties of this position, the employee is required to sit for extended periods of time, type, use a trackpad or mouse, stand, walk, use and/or handle standard office and medical equipment, and communicate verbally with other staff. The employee will occasionally be required to lift and/or move office and medical equipment. Repetitive motion of upper body required for extended use of computer. Requires vision correctable to 20/20 and hearing in the range for face-to-face and telephone contacts. The office environment is open, busy, and can be moderately noisy at times. 

This position is an employed position, 24+ hours a week. Schedule of work is Monday - Friday during normal business hours with occasional hours on evenings or weekends for special events. Salary commensurate with experience. Benefits include health insurance, dental, and vision insurance, paid time off, paid holidays, an employer sponsored IRA retirement account with matching contribution, leadership development opportunities, professional development support, and a positive and exciting team culture.

If interested please send your resume, cover letter, and three professional references to: info@casadesaludnm.org, with the subject line “Casa de Salud Nonprofit Accountant -- [your name].” Please note that only candidates under consideration will be contacted to schedule interviews.

Casa de Salud is an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintains a core value around our staff reflecting the communities we serve. Women, people of color, people of trans and gender non-­conforming identities, immigrants, and differently abled people are strongly encouraged to apply.