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  • Project Manager

    Consortium For School Networking - New York

    The Project Manager is responsible for managing the day to day coordination of a large field trial that will run for a f ... resources Leverage project tracking tools and processes for consistency and efficiency of implementations Raise...

    30+ days ago from Consortium for School Networking

  • UM Coordinator I

    Alameda Health Consortium/community Health Center Network - San Leandro, CA

    CHCN functions as the managed care MSO for our health centers, contracting with the Alameda Alliance for Health and Anth ... regulations to meet Turn-Around-Time requirements for creating authorizations and delivering of denial/approval...

    30+ days ago from Alameda Health Consortium/Community Health Center Network

  • Computational Linguist

    Consortium For School Networking - New York

    annotation schemes Research, prototype and evaluate tools for novel scoring tasks Construct digital corpora for a wide ... Create and write research papers and presentations, for internal and external consumption Provide generalized...

    30+ days ago from Consortium for School Networking

  • Certified Enrollment Counselor/ Health Outreach Worker

    Redwood Community - Petaluma, CA

    education, enrollment and retention services for a variety of healthcare and nutrition programs including ... health coverage programs. Review applications for completeness and accuracy. Provide education and information to...

    7 days ago from Redwood Community

  • Public Health and Regional Workforce Analysis Researcher

    University of Pikeville - Pikeville, KY

    to UP-KYCOM, and will be submitted to the Consortium for a more comprehensive analysis of workforce and health ... with the consortium, and the developing consortium infrastructure, to improve the collaborative interactions...

    20 days ago from Inside Higher Ed