Health Exchange Jobs

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In order for Obamacare to be successful, uninsured people will have to seek out insurance. Because choosing an individual plan is not simple — and because there’s lots of paperwork to figure out if you’re eligible for Medicaid or subsidies — there will need to be counselors to help people through the maze.

The first posting for jobs related to that effort is on line now. Each of the jobs ends April 30, 2014.

All have an application deadline of February 8. Resumés and cover letters should be sent to:

Victoria Veltri JD, LLM
State Healthcare Advocate
Office of the Healthcare Advocate
P.O. Box 1543
Hartford, CT 06144-1543

The state will be hiring:

  • an administrative assistant with a minimum of four years’ experience. It will pay $42,000 – $49,000 a year.
  • a recruitment coordinator,  who will be experienced in public health outreach and Medicaid eligibility developing requests for proposals aimed at nonprofits, relationships with Connecticut’s nonprofits. That person will be responsible for lining up and then evaluating the efficiency of nonprofits that will be meeting with people to get them signed up for insurance. That job pays $75,000 to $85,000.
  • a training coordinator, who should have experience designing training curriculum and in public health. Spanish-English bilingual preferred. The state is also looking for someone with experience in data collection and analysis in programs that require public outreach and improving enrollment rates.That job pays $75,000 to $85,000.
  • A manager of these three workers, with a master’s degree in health policy, and a minimum of five years in community-level strategic outreach campaigns, preferably with a public health focus. That job pays $90,000 to $100,000.
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