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Back to Work RI
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about 8 hours ago

Interested in a career in #Healthcare? @EBCAP is currently recruiting Medical Assistants, Community Treatment Specialist, Dual Diagnosis Clinician, On-Call Substitute Teachers, and Residential Group Home Case Managers. Attend their virtual #JobFair to speak one-on-one with a hiring rep.

WHEN: Monday, November 1, 9:00am - 11:00am

Click here to sign up!


¿Está interesado en una carrera en #CuidadoDeSalud? @EBCAP actualmente está reclutando asistentes médicos, especialistas en tratamiento comunitario, clínicos de diagnóstico dual, maestros suplentes de guardia, y administradores de casos de hogares grupales residenciales. Asista a su #FeriaDeTrabajo virtual para hablar individualmente con un representante de contratación.

CUÁNDO: lunes 1 de noviembre, de 9:00 a.m. A 11:00 a.m.

Haga clic aquí para registrarse!

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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
3 days ago

Work-at-home jobs that Matter!

Learn how you can make a real impact on real people every day with one of these work-at-home healthcare service and client support full & part-time job opportunities.

Featured Remote Jobs:

TTECH | Licensed Healthcare Insurance Agent - Remote - TTEC will PAY you to train, study, and take your state insurance exam. The company will even pay for all your licensing fees and continuing education credits.

  • Depending on the program, role and local minimum wage guidelines, base wage of $20/hr; PLUS as an added perk you'll receive a year-end bonus of the equivalent of an additional $2/hour for your time worked between the completion of your product training to the official completion of the healthcare season.

TTECH | Technical Support Representative - Work from Home - USA -

  • TTECH is looking to connect with you to help deliver exceptional customer service experiences as a Work from Home Technical Support Representative.
  • Part time opportunities also available!

Explore More Stay-at-home career job opportunities:

AMEX: Virtual Platinum Customer Care Professional - deliver extraordinary service on inbound calls in a fast-paced, structured customer care environment by following the AMEX Customer First philosophy. Average pay rate for this position is $20.00 to $21.69 Hourly

Progressive Insurance - hiring Customer Service & Sales within select US locations. The average pay rate for these job roles is $18/hr

Dish | Work At Home Customer Experience Representative - Entry-Level - as a customer experience representative, you will serve as an information resource for billing, programming, and troubleshooting questions including suggesting ways for existing customers to get the most value and enjoyment from their DISH experience.

  • Company-provided equipment
  • Average first-year pay rate is over 15.38/hr.
  • Top first-year agents averaging over $20.51/hr.
  • 5% increase to your starting rate upon completing training
  • Highly-discounted Sling subscription
  • Discounted phone plans on Boost Mobile

Teleperformance | Work From Home Service and Support - hiring Customer Service, Sales, IT, Clerical, Finance, and more!

“I am really excited. I got hired at TelePerformance at home yesterday!!” - Crystal Canada, Jobcase Community Member

Looking for other remote job leads and hiring opportunities? Do you have an updated resume?

Take a moment right now to upload it onto your Jobcase Profile or use the resume builder option to create your new optimized resume.

For face-to-face, in person resume and interview preparation assistance use the Department of Labor’s FREE career development website CareerOneStop to find your local career resource centers then call the office to book a free person to person career consultation with a professional Career Navigator.

  • During this one hour session you will get all the information and resources needed to cultivate an optimized resume that will significantly improve your new job search results.

We will use your profile information to match you up with job leads and hiring opportunities that fit your immediate job needs and future career goals.

You can also explore more job leads and hiring announcements on our #workfromhome topic page.

Thank you

#workfromhome #jobsearch #hiringnews #healthcare #insurance #customerservice #fulltime #parttime #entrylevel #nationwideusa

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gevonna williams
Verified Employer
1 day ago

Jobseekers

What kind of job search are you looking for I have way to many jobs #jobsearch #application #interview #hiringevents #hiring #healthcare

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Muhammad Ibrahim
1 day ago

Looking for remote Client Services for US Doctors

My name is Ibrahim. I'm versatile and experienced in medical billing, worked with multiple clients from different states, having good command over different medical specialties, software, and portals.

I can,

Confirm eligibilities, Patient admit, charge entry, claims submission, payment posting, denial management, fix rejections and AR Follow Up, I can prepare daily, weekly and monthly analysis MTD and Monthly Target Reports, having the ability to work on client urgent tasks and quick email response. I also work on a priority basis over AR 60 claims aging.

I'm looking for a client or Doctor from US to start my own setup. I have a professional staff available with top grip of Medical billing work. #healthcare #jobsearch #workfromhome #customerservice

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Sarah Aberle, MPH, RN,CDE
3 days ago
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Nancy Rivera

In reality, they are not supposed to ask that question at all. Most of the time we have our graduation dates listed on our resumes anyway

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Angela Dupuy

All of those are good answers but they really not suppose to ask you anything ethical like that in an interview. I had that to happen to me a lot when I graduated from high school because I had a younger face that never matched my age lol.

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John Kelley
17 days ago

I've been a truck driver for 36 years, I have a clean mvr no accidents nor tickets ever even in my personal vehicle, ive always passed and never refused a drug test, along with my medical card, I was off working degenerative bone disease for 6 weeks, I was seen and treated by 2 different er hospitals and and referred to a family physician or actually a physician assistant by both er visits also,I went for drug test for a trucking company and waited over a week and never heard back,I was called by medical review officer and told I failed my drug test trace of morphine ,I went to one hospital and asked if they could fax medical records to the mro and gave them fax number I called other hospital and lady said they were closed do yo covid spike, that turned out to be false,on going went to clinic where I was being seen by physician assistant and ask if they could retain medical records from hospital signed release form 2 days later I called mro to make sure they had received everything needed, they said they were waiting on medical records from the one hospital that I had dr office obtain for me so I called Dr office back and sure enough they didn't request my records from hospital, so they said they would do that immediately, another 2 days past I called yesterday the mro and they said there wasn't anything pertaining morphine on my records, I passed drug test in June a random drug test I passed one 10 days a return to duty dot physical and drug test prior to going back to work so any thoughts of what could have gone wrong?

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Joe Vanderlinden
3 days ago

Looking for porter cook or caretaker work

I can care for disabled elderly or minor maintenance or porter like at McDonald's or in home home healthcare janitorial or light maintenance 50 lbs restriction on lifting so don't like directly dealing with public like cashier work but customer service know from a atockman or janitor sense. #interview #workfromhome #application #hiring #motivation #mythoughts #canyourelate #california

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Ed Alexander "Believe and Achieve"
2 days ago

BELIEVE IT AND ACHIEVE IT! Be Mindful. [IBYC]

I'm telling you the truth...

According to Murphy's Law, many people will arrive to their job interview late. As a result, they fall-short in stepping up to the next level of success.

Here's how you win my friend. Review the 5 - Master Steps I shared with you during the ZOOM Workshop for Winners in September.

Put some "pep in your steps" and everything else will false in place.

I Believe You Can...!

#workfromhome #jobsearch #interview #hiringevents #healthcare #resume #firstjob

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Tricia Sciortino
4 days ago

Stay focused and always love and cherish your family..They are all you've gou #staysafe #workfromhome #interview #coronavirus #healthcare #mercedes-benzstadium #resume

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