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JOIN OUR TEAM!

National Care Advisors is growing and looking to add to our talented team of nurse case managers and support staff as we expand our national footprint. Below is a list of currently open positions. Please submit all inquires, resumes and cover letters to Jeff Earl (jearl@nationalcareadvisors.com).


CURRENT OPENINGS

Nurse Case Manager – Experienced

Pacific Northwest – Mid-Atlantic

NCA is in search of an experienced Nurse Case Manager based in any of the regions above who will be responsible for case management services responsive to special needs and elder client care and quality of life challenges. This position requires collaboration with the primary family caregivers, attorneys, financial planners and trustees that are also serving the client.

Requirements

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) required, CCM or CRRN preferred
  • Minimum of 5 years clinical Nursing experience – experience in field case management or workers’ compensation case management, preferred
  • Experience with third party benefits – health insurance, Medicaid, Social Security, Developmental Disability services
  • Excellent communication skills – written and verbal
  • Highly motivated self-starter comfortable working in a virtual company/office, with solid time management and organization skills
  • Proven ability to collaborate as necessary to accomplish goals and work through conflicts
  • Ability to research and develop solutions to challenges presented by the client
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Overnight travel required regionally 1-2 times per month and occasional nationwide travel
  • Willingness to meet timely documentation requirements

This is a salaried position with competitive pay, excellent benefits, and a flexible work from home schedule.


Nurse Case Manager – Entry Level

Pacific Northwest – Mid-Atlantic

NCA is in search of an Entry Level Nurse Case Manager based in any of the regions above who will be responsible for case management services responsive to special needs and elder client care and quality of life challenges. This position requires collaboration with the primary family caregivers, attorneys, financial planners and trustees that are also serving the client. Training will be provided on case management best practices with the goal of attaining a Certified Case Manager credential.

Requirements

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) required
  • Minimum of 5 years clinical nursing experience required
  • Excellent communication skills – written and verbal
  • Highly motivated self-starter comfortable working in a virtual company/office, with solid time management and organization skills
  • Willingness to learn case management best practices and sit for the Certified Case Manager (CCM) exam
  • Proven ability to collaborate as necessary to accomplish goals and work through conflicts
  • Ability to research and develop solutions to challenges presented by the client
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Overnight travel required regionally 1-2 times per month and occasional nationwide travel
  • Willingness to meet timely documentation requirements

This is a salaried position with competitive pay, excellent benefits, and a flexible work from home schedule.