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Lowell Community Health Center
161 Jackson Street
Lowell, MA 01854
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Last Update Friday May 17 2013
Director of Development and Community Relations- F/T - Reporting directly to the Health Center’s CEO, the Director of Development & Community Relations serves as a key senior leadership team member and is an active participant in making strategic decisions affecting Lowell Community Health Center. The Director is responsible for all fundraising, marketing, government relations, and communication activities for this $25 million non-profit organization. Seeking a dynamic, creative, and energetic Development professional to actively engage and steward the campaign donors, while developing a strategic vision to ultimately raise a minimum of $1 million annually.
Duties include the solicitation of major gifts, management of annual fund operations, coordination of special events, press relations, and grant writing for government, corporate and foundation support. The Director of Development oversees a team that includes a full-time Manager of Communications and a part-time Development Assistant. Bachelor's degree required, Master's preferred. 10+ years of professional experience in a nonprofit organization; demonstrated success in all aspects of the development function including annual fund, major gifts, grant writing, special event planning, and donor stewardship. Tangible experience of having expanded and cultivated existing donor relationships over time.
Housekeeper- F/T (Mon-Wed: 8pm-4:30am; Thurs & Fri- 5pm-1:30am)
Reporting to the Housekeeping Supervisor, the Housekeeper will perform daily cleaning as outlined by supervisor and cleaning schedule. Daily function as follows, but not limited to, perform nightly cleaning of main vestibule entrance, waiting area and reception areas to include glass, vacuuming, dusting, trash removal and wipe down of tables and chairs. Perform nightly cleaning of exam rooms and nurse stations to include trash removal, sweep and wash floors, dust, wipe down exam table metal sides, sterilize exam table upholstery, restock consumable goods, wipe down counters and clean sinks. Demonstrated experience of cleaning in a healthcare setting a plus. Must have the ability to operate machinery common to cleaning of medical environment with proper training. High School diploma, GED or equivalent.
Patient Account Representative I- F/T- Support daily functions within the Patient Accounts department ensuring accurate and timely billing and posting of insurance and patient payments. High school diploma or equivalent required. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Initial review and charge entry of encounter forms, preparation and processing manual insurance claims, evaluation of patient’s financial status and establish budget payment plans with proper follow-up and reporting status of delinquent accounts. In addition, working with other departments within LCHC to communicate any inaccuracies and providing patients with insurance benefit interpretations. Previous data entry experience required. Knowledge of CPT-4, HCPCS, ICD-9 codes and medical terminology a plus.