Job Openings

Date posted: August 13, 2018
Site:
780 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Days, 7 AM – 3:30 PM (24 – 40 Hours Per Week, Job Sharing Considered)
Job summary:

The Charge RN is a designated clinical leader for a given patient care area who works collaboratively with the DON/DON/RN Supervisor in planning and implementing patient care at the medical respite facility. The Charge RN is accountable for day to day operational decision making. The Charge RN participates in clinical patient care to facilitate support for RNs and Respite Aides in providing quality patient care. The Charge RN participates in the assessment of staff performance through contribution to individual staff performance reviews. The Charge RN is accountable for identifying competency issues and participating in the development and implementation of the plan for performance evaluation. The Charge RN reports to the ADON/RN Supervisor.

Date posted: August 3, 2018
Site:
780 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Full time
Job summary:

BHCHP’s Human Resources team is seeking a highly organized, creative and enthusiastic individual to coordinate all aspects of our volunteer program as well as partner with our employee recruitment staff on developing outreach and engagement strategies to reach more potential employees and volunteers.

The Volunteer and Employee Engagement Coordinator will introduce the work of BHCHP to a wider audience of individuals and community organizations. Volunteers, both individuals and groups, can also prove to be an effective recruitment source for future employees, and can serve as potent public relations advocates.

Date posted: July 31, 2018
Site:
Hours:
Hours: Full-time, 40 hours/week, 12-8:30pm and every other weekend 12pm-8:30pm or 06:00am-02:30pm
Job summary:

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program (BHCHP) serves to provide the highest quality healthcare to our community’s most vulnerable and resilient patients. At the Pine St. Inn, BHCHP operates clinics within both the men’s and women’s emergency adult homeless shelters. Our clinics provide integrated primary care, behavioral health care, and urgent care as well as respond to medical emergencies within the shelter setting.

The RN has responsibilities for provision of non-judgmental, supportive care to patients at varying stages of disease processes and provides patient education on subjects including, but not limited to, medication management, chronic disease management and general health promotion.

Date posted: July 30, 2018
Site:
Hours:
Full Time
Job summary:

Wonderful opportunity to work as a part of a vibrant multidisciplinary HIV team at Boston Healthcare for the Homeless Program (BHCHP)—a program recognized nationally for its innovative programming and provision of the highest quality health care for individuals and families experiencing homelessness. The Manager of the Prevention and Screening Team leads all HIV, viral hepatitis and sexually transmitted infection (STI) prevention and screening activities for BHCHP, including at a wide range of outreach sites throughout the Boston Area. With its focus on populations highly vulnerable to HIV, viral hepatitis and STIs, especially people who inject drugs; this position offers a tremendous opportunity to work at the intersection of the opioid epidemic, homelessness, and infectious disease prevention in a collaborative team-based community health center context. Position provides excellent opportunities for professional development through essential roles related to staff supervision, quality improvement activities, collaboration and networking with broad coalition of public health service providers including the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, syringe exchange programs, as well as homeless and AIDS services providers. Position also provides ample experiences for direct service provision through counseling and testing activities and facilitation of prevention groups.

LGBTQ-identified persons and people of color are encouraged to apply.

Date posted: July 26, 2018
Site:
39 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116
Hours:
40 hours per week, 8:30am - 5:00pm; but hours may vary and may include evening hours
Job summary:

The purpose of this position is to provide ongoing assessment, intakes, evaluations and support services to opioid dependent patients. This clinician will also provide group and/or individual therapy. The clinician will provide expertise to providers and others regarding the treatment plan in conjunction with the medical needs of these patients. This clinician will also collaborate with team members and the patient with making outside referrals.

Date posted: July 25, 2018
Site:
461 Walnut Ave, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Hours:
Weekend, Nights 7pm-7am
Job summary:

This position will coordinate care for the patients admitted/transferred to the Stacy Kirkpatrick House a Stay in Bed Program from the Barbara McInnis House. The Senior Case Manager will be directly involved in managing the milieu of Stacy Kirkpatrick House and providing supportive patient-focused interventions. The Senior Case Manager will help coordinate patient activities, be the point person for volunteers at Stacy Kirkpatrick House, follow up on the discharge plans started by the Barbara McInnis House case managers and coordinate with the clinic nurse regarding medical stability and readiness for discharge. The Senior Case manager will be the only 24 hour staff member for the stay-in beds. Senior Case managers working on the evening and overnight shifts should be comfortable working independently since they will be handling building operations in the absence of other staff members.

Date posted: July 25, 2018
Site:
17 Court Street, Boston, MA 02108
Hours:
Part Time (24 hours) Monday–Friday 9 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.; Thurs until 4 pm
Job summary:

This position is responsible for providing support for clinicians and responsible for patient registration, appointment scheduling, and to provide patient benefits assistance. The position is crucial to the timely and accurate registration and review of patient’s insurance eligibility and other mandated documentation. The position is located at BHCHP’s satellite clinic at the New England Center and Home for Veterans.

Date posted: July 25, 2018
Site:
780 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Part-time 36 hours per week, 7p – 7:30a / 11p – 7:30a and every other weekend
Job summary:

The RN will provide nursing support for respite patients throughout the BHCHP program. This position is crucial to assure that clinically appropriate and timely decisions are made and actions are taken around patient assessments, administering of medications, treatments and overall patient care.

Date posted: July 19, 2018
Site:
Hours:
40 hrs/wk: 8am-4:30pm
Job summary:

This position is responsible for providing support for clinicians and responsible for patient registration, appointment scheduling, and to provide patient benefits assistance. The position is crucial to the timely and accurate registration and review of patient’s insurance eligibility and other mandated documentation. Also serve as back-up for patient intake at various outreach sites.as needed.

Date posted: July 19, 2018
Site:
Hours:
Full time
Job summary:

This position will provide comprehensive, high quality primary, episodic and/or recuperative care at our busiest primary care clinic. We are excited to be able to expand our hours to improve access for our patients to both primary care and walk-in services.

Date posted: July 11, 2018
Site:
Hours:
Per Diem/as needed
Job summary:

WHO WE ARE:
At Boston health care for the homeless program (BHCHP) we care for over 12,000 homeless men, women, and children each year. We are passionate about our dedication to ensuring that every one of these individuals has access to comprehensive health care, from preventative dental services to cancer treatment. Our clinicians, case managers, and mental health providers work in more than 60 locations to deliver the highest quality health services to some of our community’s most vulnerable—and most resilient—citizens. We enjoy working with each other and we love our patients.

Are you drawn to the following priorities: responding to social crisis and injustice; developing long-term individual relationships; empowering the disempowered; and offering life-saving interventions? If so we hope you consider applying for this position.

Date posted: July 6, 2018
Site:
780 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Full Time: Wednesday through Sunday 7:30am – 4pm
Job summary:

This position requires the ability to work independently within a team environment. The employee must be able to continuously assess the building needs regarding clean up or maintenance and report these needs to the supervisor. Must be able to take direction well and be flexible in meeting the changing housekeeping and maintenance needs of the building.

Date posted: July 2, 2018
Site:
Hours:
Full Time
Job summary:

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program (BHCHP) cares for over 11,000 homeless men, women, and children each year. We are dedicated to ensuring that every one of these individuals has access to comprehensive health care, from preventative dental services to cancer treatment. Our clinicians, case managers, and behavioral health providers work in more than 40 locations in the Boston area to deliver the highest quality health services to some of our community’s most vulnerable citizens. As a part of this position, the NP/PA will become an integral member of our office-based addiction treatment team. The ideal candidate should be comfortable working with a harm reduction approach, which includes working with people who are actively using drugs and helping them reach their own health goals in a collaborative, rather than punitive, fashion. The position will initially be primarily based at our clinic at 780 Albany Street; however, as our program is often rapidly changing, the NP/PA may in the future also provide care in shelter-based clinics; in home visits; and/or street outreach efforts. The successful applicant will be able to maintain flexibility in modifying models and locations of care to the needs of our patients, in collaboration with the team.

Date posted: June 27, 2018
Site:
Hours:
Full-Time, 40 hrs/wk, Days and two Evenings
Job summary:

The Case Manager on the Family team works directly with in collaboration with other members of the Family Team to ensure access to high quality healthcare and support services for homeless pregnant women and families. This position is responsible for providing all of the homeless families and pregnant women sheltered at assigned sites with information concerning available services and community resources, strategies for accessing them and assistance and support in doing so as needed. Family Team services are provided by a multidisciplinary staff in a variety of sites. The team is part of an integrated health care program for homeless people. Their services include episodic adult and child health care, mental health and substance abuse treatment, family planning, nutrition, referral to primary and specialty care, social service advocacy and case management services.

Date posted: June 26, 2018
Site:
112 Southampton Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Part-time, 20 Hours per week; Monday-Sunday, 8AM-4:30PM
Job summary:

Boston Health Care for the Homeless is seeking 2 part-time Harm Reduction RN Case Managers for the new engagement center located next to Southampton Shelter at 112 Southampton Street. The ideal candidate for this role is a compassionate and self-motivated individual who embraces the mission of BHCHP and is committed to delivering high quality nursing care in a low-threshold community environment.

The purpose of this position is to provide in-the-moment, low-threshold medical access to patients who may otherwise not present to shelter clinics. In instances of sedation, the Harm Reduction RN Case Manager will ensure that sedated patients are triaged and safely monitored in a supportive and compassionate environment. The Harm Reduction RN Case Manager will initiate referrals and/or appointments for further care to be provided in the appropriate locations. The services provided will include: clinical assessments, RN case management, medical monitoring, intervention in the case of overdose and immediate linkages to addiction treatment and primary care.

Date posted: June 20, 2018
Site:
Hours:
Full time
Job summary:

The Technical Support Specialist provides hands-on and telephone/remote support related to the operation of information systems across the program. Supported technologies include, but are not limited to, computers, printers, IP phones, mobile devices, software, and other components of the computer network. As a member of the Help Desk team, the Technical Support Specialist provides assistance to the user community in a team-based approach.

Date posted: June 20, 2018
Site:
780 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Per Diem, Monday – Friday, 8 am – 4:30 pm
Job summary:

The Case Manager works in collaboration with a multidisciplinary team to provide comprehensive case management services to homeless individuals. These services include, but are not limited to, benefits (SSI, General Relief), housing, primary care, social and psychiatric services. A Case Manager follows individual patients through a course of treatment, identifying barriers to further care and discharge planning.

Date posted: June 5, 2018
Site:
Hours:
full time
Job summary:

This position will serve as a backup for the Patient Finance Manager so as to guarantee continuity of business by securing the department’s leadership capacity. The Patient Billing Supervisor will amass the necessary knowledge and information to serve as the Patient Finance Manager in the latter’s absence and/or assist the Patient Finance Manager with the more complex tasks pertaining to the department’s operations and management.

Date posted: May 31, 2018
Site:
780 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Full-Time
Job summary:

This position provides all nursing related activities in association with primary care clinical operations including direct care and nursing case management activities, immunization and screening.

Date posted: May 31, 2018
Site:
112 Southampton Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Full-time, Days/Nights and Some Weekends 6am – 2:30pm and/or 12pm – 8:30pm
Job summary:

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program is seeking a full time RN evenings and weekends at our clinics at the Southampton Shelter, Transitions Shelters, and other sites as dictated by program needs. Travel between sites is required. This position provides daily nursing support for clinic patients as part of a multidisciplinary team in a highly collaborative environment. The RN has responsibilities for patient assessment, administering of medicines and overall patient care. Other responsibilities include educating patients on medication and general health information.

Date posted: May 22, 2018
Site:
Hours:
Full-time
Job summary:

As part of the HIV medical team, the medical case manager (MCM) will meet with new patients to assess his or her financial and psycho-social needs. She/he will develop and help the patient carry out a plan to achieve success in housing, substance abuse treatment and access to other services. The MCM will meet with other members of the team regularly to exchange information about the needs of particular patients. She/he will also be available on an ongoing basis to provide support and referrals as needed to the established patients. The MCM will be a liaison between the many AIDS service organizations and the HIV medical team of BHCHP. She/he will also be available on an ongoing basis to patients for crisis support and psycho-social support. The MCM will regularly visit shelters, congregate living facilities, the street, homeless service agencies and apartments to connect with patients who may have fallen out of care or whom are at risk of falling out of care. The MCM will help to reduce barriers for people to access services, both medical and non-medical, to help improve their lives. This may include provision of transportation vouchers, reminders via phone calls, outreach visits, and patient accompaniment to medical and social service appointments.

Date posted: May 21, 2018
Site:
780 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Part-time, Friday through Sunday, 8:30-5:00 – 24 hours
Job summary:

The purpose of this position is to provide support services, treatment planning and milieu management support at the Barbara McInnis House. Services include: individual and group therapy for patients with primary SUD diagnoses, provide support for scheduled AA/NA/Smart Recovery meetings, assist teams with discharge planning including completing treatment program referrals and facilitating appropriate discharges and follow up services as needed.

Date posted: May 17, 2018
Site:
780 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Full-Time, Nights/Evenings
Job summary:

The Respite Aide (CNA or MA) is an important and integral part of the nursing department at the Barbara McInnis House. The purpose of the position is to provide the highest quality care to the McInnis House patients by collaborating with the team RN.

With direction from the team RN, the Respite Aide will offer clinical support services to the patients and will offer assistance and support to the McInnis House team RNs. These duties are essential to the overall functioning of the McInnis House clinic. The position is crucial to assure the continuity of patient care, providing an essential link for communication involving all departments

• To provide and to facilitate quality care to homeless patients in a dignified, positive and appropriate manner. Obtain report from outgoing shift; assist with admission and discharge needs of the patients, including cleaning beds when appropriate
• Obtain and document vital signs and weights (when appropriate) and notify RN of abnormalities; recheck abnormal vital signs later as needed
• Assist RN with obtaining specimens
• Serve as “buddy” for patients needing assistance attending appointments

Date posted: May 17, 2018
Site:
780 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Per Diem, All Shifts
Job summary:

This position provides daily nursing support for respite patients with responsibilities for patient assessment, administering of medicines and overall patient care. Other responsibilities include education patients on medication and general health information.

Date posted: May 16, 2018
Site:
Hours:
Part time (20 hours), some evenings
Job summary:

The HIV Team outreach worker will work on the HIV Prevention and Screening Team to provide health education, as well as harm reduction, counseling and testing for HIV, hepatitis C and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) to high risk populations. The HIV Prevention and Screening program is part of a broader multidisciplinary HIV Team at Boston Healthcare for the Homeless Program that also provides HIV primary care, behavioral health services, nursing care, and intensive case management. The Outreach Workers will travel to homeless shelters and drop in centers, addiction treatment programs, the streets, and other locales as needed to identify people who are HIV infected and not in care, and to offer HIV, hepatitis, and STI testing to those who are at risk, with a priority placed on reaching people who inject drugs. The Outreach Worker will also provide short term navigation for people with newly identified HIV, hepatitis C or sexually transmitted infections to support them in successfully accessing necessary health care and support services. The Outreach worker will also collaborate with the shelter staff, street teams, drug treatment programs and other agencies to recruit clients for testing and education and to coordinate support services.

Date posted: May 14, 2018
Site:
Hours:
Per Diem, Saturday, Sunday And Holiday From 6:30am – 10am; Hours And Shifts Will Vary Monday – Friday Based On Coverage Needs
Job summary:

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program is seeking an experienced and reliable driver to join our team as a per diem Driver to safely transport patients to medical and other appointments. The ideal candidate will be flexible, have clean driving record and possess a strong desire to work with underserved populations. Due to the various hours and shifts for this position, flexibility to work when needed is highly desirable.

Date posted: May 14, 2018
Site:
Hours:
Varies: Weekdays & Weekends 7am-3:30pm, 2pm-10:30pm
Job summary:

The per diem Unit Secretary fills in for open shifts. The purpose of the position is to provide phone coverage and support services which are essential to the overall functioning of the respite programs. The position is crucial to assure the continuity of patient care, providing an essential link for communication involving all departments and including transportation.

Date posted: May 11, 2018
Site:
Hours:
Per Diem
Job summary:

The Respite Aide (CNA or MA) is an important and integral part of the nursing department at the Barbara McInnis House. The purpose of the position is to provide the highest quality care to the McInnis House patients by collaborating with the team RN.

With direction from the team RN, the Respite Aide will offer clinical support services to the patients and will offer assistance and support to the McInnis House team RNs. These duties are essential to the overall functioning of the McInnis House clinic. The position is crucial to assure the continuity of patient care, providing an essential link for communication involving all departments

• To provide and to facilitate quality care to homeless patients in a dignified, positive and appropriate manner. Obtain report from outgoing shift; assist with admission and discharge needs of the patients, including cleaning beds when appropriate
• Obtain and document vital signs and weights (when appropriate) and notify RN of abnormalities; recheck abnormal vital signs later as needed
• Assist RN with obtaining specimens
• Serve as “buddy” for patients needing assistance attending appointments

Date posted: May 8, 2018
Site:
780 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Varies
Job summary:

This position requires the ability to work independently within a team environment. The employee must be able to continuously assess the building needs regarding clean up or maintenance and report these needs to the supervisor. Must be able to take direction well and be flexible in meeting the changing housekeeping and maintenance needs of the building.

Date posted: May 8, 2018
Site:
780 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
24 hours: Saturday and Sunday 3:30pm-12am and Friday, 7:30am– 4pm
Job summary:

This position requires the ability to work independently within a team environment. The employee must be able to continuously assess the building needs regarding clean up or maintenance and report these needs to the supervisor. Must be able to take direction well and be flexible in meeting the changing housekeeping and maintenance needs of the building.

Date posted: May 2, 2018
Site:
794 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Part Time (20 Hours/Week) Monday – Friday, 4 – 8:30 PM
Job summary:

Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program is seeking a Nurse Manager at Woods Mullen Shelter. The Charge/Staff RN is either an RN who has both clinical and administrative responsibilities for the daily operation of the Primary Care Clinic at Woods Mullen Shelter. Responsibilities include planning, implementing, supervising and evaluating the delivery of patient care within established regulatory guidelines and professional nursing practice standards.

Wood Mullen Shelter is located at 784 Rear Massachusetts Ave., Boston, MA 02118. This position is part-time, 20 hours per week with benefits.

Date posted: April 23, 2018
Site:
Hours:
Full-time
Job summary:

Are you a professional nurse with expertise and interest in Substance Use Disorder who has an interest in administrative and clinical responsibilities? Would you like to help play an important, positive role in connecting patients to healthcare? If so, we urge you to apply for this position. At Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program we are committed to ensuring that every homeless person has access to comprehensive health care, from preventative dental services to cancer treatment.

JOB SUMMARY:

The Site Director will be responsible for the daily operation of the Supportive Place for Observation and Treatment (SPOT) and the Engagement Center. Responsibilities include planning, implementing, supervising and evaluating the delivery of patient care within established regulatory guidelines and professional nursing practice standards. This is done through management of human, fiscal and other resources as well as through professional coordinated relationships.

Date posted: April 16, 2018
Site:
Hours:
24 – 40 Hours Per Week, Job Sharing Considered
Job summary:

This position is a wonderful opportunity for a nurse to engage in continuity of care for patients who are housed in a Pine Street Inn Congregate Housing, who had previously experienced homelessness. The nurse will work as an extension of our primary care providers and will cover several Pine Street Inn (PSI) Congregate Housing units. The nurse will meet regularly with staff of the PSI Congregate Housing as well as collaborate with patients’ primary care provider and care team. This role will be a vital support and continued linkage to care for the housed patients. Some of the duties for this role include assisting with medical case management, providing episodic and chronic care management, medication reconciliation and management and communication of the patient needs to the individual’s primary care provider. Computer space available at the Stacy Kirkpatrick House.

Date posted: April 16, 2018
Site:
Hours:
Full-time, Monday-Friday
Job summary:

This vital role will provide critical weekday telephone support to the patients and clinical staff at Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program (BHCHP). At BHCHP over 12,000 men, women, and children experiencing homelessness are seen each year. We are committed to ensuring that every one of these individuals has access to comprehensive health care, from preventative dental services to cancer treatment. Our clinicians, case managers and mental health care providers work in more than 60 locations delivering exceptional care to some of our community’s most vulnerable—and most resilient—citizens.

The Clinical Support RN will possess strong clinical and communication skills as well as strong decision-making and investigational skills in order to assist our complex patient population with important choices, medication questions, triage of health issues and abnormal lab results. This new position provides the opportunity to play a part in the development of key role-specific guidelines and algorithms.

Date posted: April 6, 2018
Site:
Hours:
Per Diem
Job summary:

This position will be responsible for appointment scheduling, patient registration and to provide patient benefits assistance. The position is crucial to the accurate review of patient’s insurance eligibility and other mandated documentation. This position will provide front desk coverage at various shelter sites throughout the city. Some evening work will be involved.

Date posted: March 28, 2018
Site:
Hours:
1-2 days/wk, Days
Job summary:

The Per Diem RN position will work closely with the OneCare team to perform initial and annual assessments for BHCHP patients enrolled in the One Care Program. OneCare is a state initiative to provide complex care management for those patients under 65 receiving benefits under Medicare and Medicaid. The Per Diem OneCare RN will be required to undergo training from the Commonwealth Care Alliance to perform Minimum Data Set (MDS) assessments and create care plans customized to meet the needs of BHCHP patients who are going to participate in the One Care program. The Per Diem RN may also be assigned to update these assessments and corresponding care plans annually, check in with patients as needed via phone, as well as work with the OneCare team to address other program needs. BHCHP’s mission is to provide or assure access to the highest quality health care for all homeless men, women and children in the greater Boston area. Patients can be housed; living in shelters or on the streets and this RN will need to be resourceful to connect with our patients. It is anticipated that success with connecting with patients will require communication with BHCHP care teams and shelter partners, use of BHCHP and CCA electronic medical records, as well as outreach to patients who are living on the street. The Care Coordinator RN will need to remain flexible and creative as this role will continue to expand and evolve as experience is gained with continued participation with the One Care Program.

Date posted: March 21, 2018
Site:
Hours:
Per Diem Monday – Friday 9am - 5:30pm
Job summary:

The intent of this position is to provide skilled administrative and clerical support for Respite Medical Staff. This position has the responsibility of the day to day routine organization and secretarial tasks of medical personnel. This position assists in assuring the continuity of patient care, providing an essential link for communication involving all departments.

Date posted: February 13, 2018
Site:
112 Southampton Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Per Diem Monday-Friday, 8AM-4:30PM
Job summary:

While working at the Engagement Center the RN will provide in-the-moment, low-threshold medical access to patients who may otherwise not present to shelter clinics. In instances of sedation, the Harm Reduction RN will ensure that sedated patients are triaged and safely monitored in a supportive and compassionate environment. Services provided will include: clinical assessments, RN case management, medical monitoring, intervention in the case of overdose and immediate linkages to addiction treatment and primary care.
While working in SPOT the RN will ensure that sedated patients are triaged and monitored safely in a supportive and compassionate environment in which the intent is to reduce harm from drug use. The services provided will be medical monitoring, intervention in the case of overdose and immediate linkages to addiction treatment and primary care. The goals of this approach are to address an existing problem for BHCHP patients, to decrease overdose deaths and to more effectively connect patients to addiction treatment.

Date posted: January 12, 2018
Site:
780 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Full Time
Job summary:

Would you like to work with some of Boston's most vulnerable- and most resilient residents? Are you a clinician passionate about providing individual and group therapy? Are you willing to provide expertise to providers and others regarding treatment plans in conjunction with the medical needs of patients? Drug overdose is the most common cause of death among people experiencing homelessness in Boston. In Massachusetts, homeless people are 16 to 30 times more likely to die of overdose than the rest of the state’s population. And in Massachusetts, overdose deaths among Latinos are rising more sharply than in any other group—doubling from 2014 to 2016, and likely continuing to rise at a sharp rate. At Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, (BHCHP) we are trying to impact this reality in a positive way.

Some of the priorities that draw us to this work are:

- responding to social crisis and injustice

- developing long-term individual relationships

- empowering the disempowered; and

- giving life-saving interventions.

We are searching for a clinician to provide group and/or individual therapy, ongoing assessment, intakes, evaluations and support services to opioid dependent patients at BHCHP where we are committed to ensuring that every one of these individuals has access to comprehensive health care, from preventative dental services to cancer treatment. Our clinicians, case managers, and mental health providers work in more than 60 locations to deliver the highest quality health services. This clinician will also collaborate with team members and the patient with making outside referrals.

Date posted: January 10, 2018
Site:
780 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Full-time
Job summary:

Are you someone who has the skills to maintain the data reporting environment for a non-profit organization? Are you able to identify ways to use data analytics to improve performance and quality metrics? The Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program (BHCHP) Data and Reporting Systems Administrator has this responsibility in addition to, supporting and enabling the design, generation, and distribution of data and reports throughout the organization. Data sources include our electronic medical record and practice management system, ancillary clinical and operational systems, and external data sets such as payer claims data related to patient care. The Data and Reporting Systems Administrator investigates and recommends creative products, tools, and technologies that will use data and analytics to improve quality measurements.

Date posted: January 8, 2018
Site:
780 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Per Diem
Job summary:

We are looking for experienced Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants to work per diem in our 104 bed nationally known medical respite facility, the Barbara McInnis House. Medical care in respite is collaborative, challenging and rewarding. You will work alongside a multidisciplinary team of committed professionals to provide short-term medical and recuperative services for patients who are too sick for the shelters but who are not sick enough for the hospital. In this 24/7 program you will treat people experiencing a wide array of illnesses including pneumonia, cancer, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, cirrhosis, heart failure and participate in pre- and post-operative and end-of-life care.

Date posted: January 8, 2018
Site:
780 Albany Street, Boston, MA 02118
Hours:
Per Diem: Day, Evening and Night Shifts
Job summary:

This position provides all nursing related activities in association with primary care clinical operations including direct care and nursing case management activities, immunization and screening.

Date posted: November 29, 2017
Site:
245 Eustis Street, Roxbury, MA 02119
Hours:
Per Diem, Weekdays; 8am-4:30pm
Job summary:

The purpose of this position is to provide nursing care for clinic patients as part of the multidisciplinary team. This position is crucial to assure that clinically appropriate and timely decisions are made and actions are taken around patient assessments, administering of medications, treatments and overall patient care.