Job Responsibilities : CMHC Grant Data Entry Specialist (Remote) – $2,000 SIGN ON BONUS
Salary : 31,200 annually
Company : Hill Country M H D D Centers
At Hill Country Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Center our vision is to empower people, foster hope,
support choice, and celebrate success.
**HILL COUNTRY MHDD CENTERS IS OFFERING A $2,000 SIGN ON BONUS FOR ALL FULL-TIME, NEW HIRE EMPLOYEES**
Help us help others:
The Data Entry Specialist is under the direct supervision of the Project Evaluator. This position is fully dedicated to the Community Mental Health Centers (CMHC) Grant Program under the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and is crucial to meeting all reporting requirements associated with the CMHC Grant Program.
The Data Entry Specialist will process confidential data and information according to various project guidelines and communicates with other departments and staff members to ensure all relevant data is appropriately collected. This position must successfully complete critical aspects of deliverables with a hands-on approach and through collaboration with others, both internally and externally. Remote work options.
The Grant is a two-year award and funding may end at that time. HCMHDD Centers will reapply for future funding opportunities to sustain the grant but in the event funding is not extended, grant staff can apply for other positions within the agency for a transfer.
You will get to:
Enter NOMS into SPARS (SAMHSA Performance Accountability and Reporting System)
Assist with the development of the data base required to record, track, and report all data elements
Coordinate with staff to conduct NOMS related activities, including assisting individuals in services to participate in self-reporting for NOMS measures
Score survey instruments and provide results according to grant requirements
Identifies trends and variances in Project and areas of improvement
Adhere to Hill Country Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Centers (HCMHDD) policies, procedures, including the completion of all required training
Attend work regularly and as scheduled
You’ll definitely need:
A bachelor’s degree or associate’s degree in behavioral health or related field (preferred)
High School Diploma or GED with experience in data entry or equivalent experience in a related field
A valid Texas State Driver’s License.
Current automobile insurance and the ability to travel when necessary.
We’ll also want you to:
Identify gaps in processes and work closely with other departments for process improvement
Demonstrated ability to listen skillfully and collect relevant information
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
Strong leadership skills with ability to motivate and encourage others
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software
Comfortable working with technology and can easily navigate new technology platforms
Efficiently move through a to-do list and effectively prioritize and triage competing demands
Passion for connecting individuals and families with excellent care
Can successfully work remote
Sustain a calm demeanor when under pressure to handle sometimes difficult situations.
Provide exemplary customer service and care to your team.
Work autonomously to complete assignments.
Work cooperatively with others and be punctual and consistent in attendance because your people will rely on you!
We’re excited to provide:
PPO health insurance plan, with option to add dependents.
PPO dental plans and vision insurance options for healthy teeth and eyes.
Employer paid life insurance.
403(b) and 457 retirement plan options with company matching (457) to build retirement savings so you can retire someday.
Generous paid time off for fun and vacations and paid sick time for when you’re under the weather.
Authentic and caring environment where folks care about each other.
We can pay you:
$31,200 annually and benefits eligibility plus good karma for doing good in the world.