Associate Health Case Manager RN (Job ID 7719)

Department Overview
Cahaba GBA Human Resources serves as a strategic partner in developing the Company's overall Talent Management Strategy. Human Resources provides a full range of centralized, comprehensive services and functions including recruitment and selection, associate relations, associate health, learning and development and essential compensation and benefits communications.

Primary Responsibilities
The CGBA Associate Health Case Manager (AHCM) is accountable for case management of Workers' Compensation case types. The ACHM is responsible for proper documentation, recordkeeping, and communication among manager, associate, third party adjuster (TPA), Human Resources and providers of care. Additionally responsible for planning, coordinating and implementing nursing care to improve the overall health of associates and to reduce absenteeism and on the job injuries or illnesses.

Summary of Qualifications
Bachelor's degree or active pursuit of a four year degree is required
Registered Nurse with an active license in the state of Alabama
Minimum of three years of registered nursing experience, preferably with occupational health, critical care/emergency and/or medical/surgical background
Knowledgeable of OSHA regulations for blood borne pathogens
Maintain a basic CPR/AED certification
Experience in EKG interpretation
Experience with Workers' Compensation is preferred
Occupational health, critical care/emergency and/or medical/surgical background is preferred
Terms and Agreements
By submitting a job application, I attest that all information to the best of my knowledge is true and accurate. Furthermore, I understand that any information provided by me throughout the job application process is subject to verification including, but not limited to work experience, education, assessment (test) and interviews.
Our Company provides equal employment opportunities to minorities, females, veterans, and disabled individuals, as well as other protected groups.

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