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JOB ID: 3065
the Insurance Verification Specialist will verify and interpret outpatient benefits to ensure maximum payment for the services rendered as determined by the referral source and KKI triage staff. In addition, the IVS will assist patients and their families to obtain any authorization, referral or pre-certification which may be required for payment of services. The Insurance Verification Specialist performs all duties in a team environment demonstrating flexibility in work assignments and a commitment to the Department’s mission and goals.
JOB ID: 3228
the Insurance Verification Specialist II serves as the liaison between CMO and all participating insurance carriers. The Insurance Verification Specialist II will share knowledge formally and informally in both individual and group instruction. The Verification Specialist will perform all routine verification functions in addition to higher level responsibilities for specialty financial classes. These positions will also backfill as needed for other Verification Specialist.
JOB ID: 3197
the Intake Specialist I will answer the KKI central referral line and gather and document patient clinical, demographic, and insurance information. This person represents the Institute as a key point of contact for external and internal customers and will provide prompt, courteous customer service to all callers.
JOB ID 3142
This is an intermittent (part time and hourly) position with the opportunity to work flexible hours in a suburban Maryland outpatient clinic conveniently located near Baltimore, MD, Annapolis, MD, and Washington, DC.
The Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor I (LCPC I) is a primary therapist to children, adolescents, and families traumatized by abuse, neglect, and exposure to violence. This staff member will complete assessments and develops the diagnosis and treatment plan for the child and family. The incumbent may be involved in training, outreach, and research activities.
JOB ID 3256 - SPECIAL EDUCATION (FAIRMOUNT-LOWER/MIDDLE SCHOOL)
The Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor provides clinical counseling services to students and their families. Serves as a professional clinical role and training model to graduate social work/counseling students and interdisciplinary team members. Develops Mental Health IEP goals and implements those goals as outlined.
JOB ID 3257 - SPECIAL EDUCATION (FAIRMOUNT-LOWER/MIDDLE SCHOOL)
The Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor provides clinical counseling services to students and their families. Serves as a professional clinical role and training model to graduate social work/counseling students and interdisciplinary team members. Develops Mental Health IEP goals and implements those goals as outlined.
JOB ID 3241
The Maintenance Worker II is responsible for maintaining and servicing utilities and providing maintenance necessary for the care of the facilities.
JOB ID: 2771
Manager, Early Intervention is responsible for all education based programming and child-care services at CARD. This professional will provide supervision and will oversee the Early Intervention program ensuring compliance with state and federal regulations. The incumbent will work with both the Director and Clinical Director of CARD to lead the planning, development and implementation of new or enhanced approaches to early intervention services at CARD.
JOB ID: 2281
The Manager of Program Operations of the Muscle Center Program at Kennedy Krieger will provide general and specific administrative, grant and budgetary functions to ensure efficient and effective operations for the specified medical and research programs. The Manager will support the Medical Director of the Muscle Center and the Vice President of Medical and Research Programs by consulting with finance, human resources, and other supporting Departments as necessary to accomplish the goals set by the Medical Leadership.
JOB ID: 3234
the Neuropsychologist I will provide neuropsychological assessments and, as needed, consultation and psychological treatment services to clients served by the Department of Neuropsychology. Primary clinical responsibilities will be for patients aged 5 through young adult, although services may be provided to individuals from birth throughout the lifespan.