At CHCR we strive to provide high quality advocacy services to improve access to quality health care.

The Center for Health Care Rights, an Equal Opportunity Employer, encourages all applicants to apply, and does not discriminate based on race, ancestry or national origin; color; sex; sexual orientation; religion; physical disability; marital status; or age.

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SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER

The Center for Health Care Rights (CHCR) is a Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization dedicated to the mission of assuring consumer access to quality health care through education, counseling, informal advocacy and legal services. CHCR’s Medicare direct services empower elderly and disabled consumers and their family members to use Medicare, Medi-Cal and other health benefits effectively, make informed health care choices and take appropriate action to resolve their health care problems. CHCR program services include:

Counseling and Informal Advocacy: CHCR counseling and informal advocacy services help clients understand their Medicare and Medi-Cal rights and benefits, obtain access to programs that provide help with medical expenses, and resolve health care problems that are creating access to care problems.

Legal Assistance: CHCR’s Staff provide Medicare beneficiaries with legal advice and/or representation to resolve serious Medicare and Medi-Cal access to care or claim denial problems.

Community Education and Outreach: CHCR provides free education seminars on Medicare, Medi-Cal and other health care topics for Medicare consumers, caregivers and health and social service providers.

The Center for Health Care Rights (CHCR), is recruiting for a full time Senior Program Manager. Job responsibilities include:

  • Participate in the program planning, management and evaluation activities of CHCR’s HICAP Program grant activities,
  • Develop strategies for community education programs and outreach activities that will provide effective HICAP services to the diverse ethnic older adult population.
  • Work with the HICAP Program Manager to strengthen and develop the HICAP Volunteer Program capacity and infrastructure to increased services.
  • Serve as a HICAP Staff Counselor and Community Educator.

Job Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree or higher in the social sciences or related field. 5-10 years program management experience with a non-profit agency required. Interest in health care advocacy preferred. Excellent communications, public speaking and organizational skills. Computer literate in internet research, proficiency in Access, Excel, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint. Valid California drivers’ license and proof of insurance. Job applicants who are bilingual in Spanish, Korean, Mandarin, Russian or Armenian are encouraged to apply.

Background Check & Screening: Applicants considered for hire must pass a criminal background check.

Salary and Benefits: The starting salary range is $72,000 - $90,000 depending upon qualifications. Employer 100% paid premium health and dental benefits, paid parking and a tax deferred annuity program.

Send resume and cover letter by e-mail to: center@healthcarerights.org Attention: Human Resources

Center for Health Care Rights, an equal opportunity employer, encourages all applicants to apply, and does not discriminate based on race, ancestry or national origin; color; sex; sexual orientation; religion; physical disability; marital status; or age.

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STAFF ATTORNEY

The Center for Health Care Rights (CHCR) is a Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization dedicated to the mission of assuring consumer access to quality health care through education, counseling, informal advocacy and legal services. CHCR’s Medicare direct services empower elderly and disabled consumers and their family members to use Medicare, Medi-Cal and other health benefits effectively, make informed health care choices and take appropriate action to resolve their health care problems. CHCR program services include:

Counseling and Informal Advocacy: CHCR counseling and informal advocacy services help clients understand their Medicare and Medi-Cal rights and benefits, obtain access to programs that provide help with medical expenses, and resolve health care problems that are creating access to care problems.

Legal Assistance: CHCR’s Staff provide Medicare beneficiaries with legal advice and/or representation to resolve serious Medicare and Medi-Cal access to care or claim denial problems.

Community Education and Outreach: CHCR provides free education seminars on Medicare, Medi-Cal and other health care topics for Medicare consumers, caregivers and health and social service providers.

Position Description: The Staff Attorney will provide legal supervision and support to the Center for Health Care Rights’ direct service programs. The position includes the following duties:

  • Provide legal support, technical assistance and case supervision to our direct service staff.
  • Conduct quality assurance activities as outlined in Center for Health Care Rights’ quality assurance protocols.
  • Represent individual clients in cases primarily involving Medicare appeals collection action, and other complex legal issues.
  • Monitor current Medicare and related health care developments.
  • Participate in Medicare and Medi-Cal community education training activities

Qualifications: Active membership in good standing in the California Bar; excellent communication and advocacy skills; demonstrated knowledge in health care issues or government benefit programs; 2-3 years applicable advocacy experience and or a minimum of 2 years of legal service or corporate experience. Prior supervision experience in a non-profit or legal services agency preferred.

Background Check & Screening: Applicants considered for hire must pass a criminal background check.

Salary: Salary range is $60,000 - $75,000 depending upon qualifications. 100% Employer paid premium health and dental benefits, paid parking and a tax deferred annuity program.

Applications: Will be accepted until position is filled. Please send resume and cover letter to center@healthcarerights.org.

Center for Health Care Rights, an equal opportunity employer, encourages all applicants to apply, and does not discriminate based on race, ancestry or national origin; color; sex; sexual orientation; religion; physical disability; marital status; or age.

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PROGRAM ASSISTANT

The Center for Health Care Rights (CHCR) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the mission of assuring consumer access to quality health care through education, counseling, informal advocacy and legal services. CHCR’s direct service programs deliver free counseling, advocacy, and community education and outreach services to Los Angeles County residents.

The Center for Health Care Rights (CHCR), is recruiting for a full time Program Assistant.

Job responsibilities include: Provide reception support to CHCR telephone hotline; schedule client appointments on CHCR’s client database system; and provide other program support as needed.

Job Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree, excellent communications, organizational, clerical and writing skills. Experience with voicemail systems and heavy phones. Ability to prioritize tasks and follow written and oral instructions accurately. Computer proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe. Job applicants, who are bilingual in Spanish and Korean, are encouraged to apply.

Background Check & Screening: Applicants considered for hire must pass a criminal background check.

Salary & Benefits: The salary range is $40,000 - $47,000 depending upon qualifications. Employer 100% paid premium health and dental benefits, paid parking and a tax deferred annuity program.

Applications: Send resume and cover letter by e-mail to: center@healthcarerights.org , Subject: Attention Human Resources

Center for Health Care Rights, is an equal opportunity employer, encourages all applicants to apply, and does not discriminate based on race, ancestry or national origin; color; sex; sexual orientation; religion; physical disability; marital status; or age.

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