Mobile Unit Driver (July - December)

The Maine Mobile Health Program seeks individuals to drive and maintain its fleet of mobile medical units. The Mobile Medical Unit (MMU) Driver is a trusted member of the team who will drive the MMU to and from clinics, clean and re-stock the vehicle, and assist with intake and coordination of services during the blueberry and wreaths season clinics. MMHP is Maine’s only farmworker health program and provides mobile clinics to farmworkers across the state to reduce the barriers that they face to accessing medical care. Promoting health equity and racial equity are part of the foundations of MMHP’s mission to “improve the health status of Maine’s seasonal workers and their families by providing culturally appropriate care and services.”

This position will be based in Downeast Maine with clinics ranging in the region from Ellsworth to Cutler.

Responsibilities to include:

  • Drive mobile medical units to farmworker housing and other community settings
  • Set up and break down clinics
  • Cleaning interior and exterior of mobile units
  • Inventory of supplies
  • Communication with staff related to logistics and stocking
  • Assist with intake / registration and management of clinic flow as requested
  • Vehicle maintenance and troubleshooting – education and training provided
  • Support with MMHP’s program to provide COVID-19 vaccine and testing

You can view the full job description here: Mobile Unit Driver

Ideal candidate will be a highly motivated individual with strong interpersonal skills, organization, and attention to detail, and have a commitment to supporting seasonal farmworkers in Maine with their access to health care. The candidate should be comfortable working in mobile settings and with a flexible schedule. This position will be 10-40 hours per week from mid July through December, with an evening schedule and some weekend or daytime hours. Reliable transportation/clean driving record are required. Basic computer skills and an ability to speak, read and write in Spanish or Haitian Creole are helpful. Experience driving large vehicles is helpful.

If you’re passionate about serving Maine’s diverse communities in accessing equitable and high-quality health services, then we want you on our team!

COVID-19 vaccination is required.
MMHP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Hannah Miller at ###uzvyyre#at#znvarzbovyr.bet###.

Community Health Worker (Spanish or Haitian Creole) - July to December

The Maine Mobile Health Program seeks individuals with bilingual skills in English/Haitian Creole OR English/Spanish and for a unique outreach positions during the 2022 harvest season from to facilitate access to care and services for Maine’s migrant and seasonal farmworkers (MSFWs) and their families. The CHW 2 is a respected member of their community who acts as a bridge between medical providers and individuals to promote health, reduce health disparities, and improve access to care as well as to advocate for individual and community needs. MMHP is Maine’s only farmworker health program and provides mobile clinics to farmworkers across the state to reduce the barriers that they face to accessing medical care. Promoting health equity and racial equity are foundations to MMHP’s mission to “improve the health status of Maine’s seasonal workers and their families by providing culturally appropriate care and services.” If you are interested in working in a dynamic and diverse healthcare environment, we want to hear from you!

The CHW will provide health outreach services to MSFWs in Central and Down East Maine.

Responsibilities to include:

  • Outreach to farmworker camps
  • Support with MMHP’s program to provide COVID-19 vaccine and testing
  • Interpretation on behalf of patients and clinicians during evening and weekend clinics
  • Health education
  • Care coordination to assist with understanding the health care system in Maine (including transporting patients and interpreting for them in a clinical setting)

Click here to view the full Job Description.

Ideal candidate will be a highly motivated individual with strong interpersonal skills, be able to empathize with patients, and have a commitment to supporting seasonal farmworkers in Maine with their access to health care. This individual should have an understanding of the farmworker community either because of prior work, relationship in/to the community and/or other life experience such as shared language or culture. The candidate should be and be comfortable working in mobile settings and with a flexible schedule. This position will be 20-40 hours per week from mid-July through mid-December, with an evening schedule and some weekend or daytime hours. Reliable transportation/clean driving record, basic computer skills and an ability to speak, read and write in Spanish or Haitian Creole at an advanced level are a must.

COVID-19 Vaccination is required.

MMHP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Hannah Miller, ###uzvyyre#at#znvarzbovyr.bet###

 

DownEast Community Health Worker (Spanish) - Summer Job

The Maine Mobile Health Program seeks an individual with bilingual skills in English and Spanish for a unique outreach position during the 2022 blueberry harvest (late July and August).  This Community Health Worker (CHW) position will facilitate access to care and services for Maine’s migrant and seasonal farmworkers (MSFWs) and their families. A CHW is a respected member of their community who acts as a bridge between medical providers and individuals to promote health, reduce health disparities, and improve access to care as well as to advocate for individual and community needs. MMHP is Maine’s only farmworker health program and provides mobile clinics to farmworkers across the state to reduce their barriers to accessing medical care. Promoting health equity and racial equity are foundations to MMHP’s mission to “improve the health status of Maine’s seasonal workers and their families by providing culturally appropriate care and services.” If you are interested in working in a dynamic and diverse healthcare environment, we want to hear from you!

The CHW will provide registration, intake and interpretation services to MSFWs in DownEast Maine with a focus on supporting the Spanish-speaking migrant workers in the region.

Responsibilities to include:

  • Outreach to farmworker camps
  • Support with MMHP’s program to provide COVID-19 vaccine and testing
  • Interpretation on behalf of patients and clinicians during evening and weekend clinics
  • Health education
  • Care coordination to assist with understanding the health care system in Maine (including transporting patients and interpreting for them in a clinical setting)

Click here to view the full Job Description.

Ideal candidate will be a highly motivated individual with strong interpersonal skills, be able to empathize with patients, and have a commitment to supporting seasonal farmworkers in Maine with their access to health care. This individual should have an understanding of the farmworker community either because of prior work, relationship in/to the community and/or other life experience such as shared language or culture. The candidate should be and be comfortable working in mobile settings and with a flexible schedule. This position will be 20-40 hours per week from late July through August 2022, with an evening schedule and some weekend or daytime hours. Reliable transportation/clean driving record, basic computer skills and an ability to speak, read and write in English and Spanish at an advanced level are a must.

COVID-19 Vaccination is required.

MMHP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Hannah Miller, ###uzvyyre#at#znvarzbovyr.bet###.

Midcoast Community Health Worker 2 (Haitian Creole) - Summer Job

The Maine Mobile Health Program seeks an individual with bilingual skills in English and Haitian Creole for a unique outreach position during the 2022 blueberry harvest (late July and August).  This Community Health Worker (CHW) position will facilitate access to care and services for Maine’s migrant and seasonal farmworkers (MSFWs) and their families. A CHW is a respected member of their community who acts as a bridge between medical providers and individuals to promote health, reduce health disparities, and improve access to care as well as to advocate for individual and community needs. MMHP is Maine’s only farmworker health program and provides mobile clinics to farmworkers across the state to reduce their barriers to accessing medical care. Promoting health equity and racial equity are foundations to MMHP’s mission to “improve the health status of Maine’s seasonal workers and their families by providing culturally appropriate care and services.” If you are interested in working in a dynamic and diverse healthcare environment, we want to hear from you!

The CHW will provide registration, intake and interpretation services to MSFWs in Midcoast Maine with a focus on supporting the Haitian migrant workers in the Ellsworth region.

Responsibilities to include:

  • Outreach to farmworker camps
  • Support with MMHP’s program to provide COVID-19 vaccine and testing
  • Interpretation on behalf of patients and clinicians during evening and weekend clinics
  • Health education
  • Care coordination to assist with understanding the health care system in Maine (including transporting patients and interpreting for them in a clinical setting)

Click here to view the full Job Description.

Ideal candidate will be a highly motivated individual with strong interpersonal skills, be able to empathize with patients, and have a commitment to supporting seasonal farmworkers in Maine with their access to health care. This individual should have an understanding of the farmworker community either because of prior work, relationship in/to the community and/or other life experience such as shared language or culture. The candidate should be and be comfortable working in mobile settings and with a flexible schedule. This position will be 20-40 hours per week from late July through August 2022, with an evening schedule and some weekend or daytime hours. Reliable transportation/clean driving record, basic computer skills and an ability to speak, read and write in English and Haitian Creole at an advanced level are a must.

COVID-19 Vaccination is required.

MMHP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Hannah Miller, ###uzvyyre#at#znvarzbovyr.bet###.

Aroostook County Community Health Worker (June - October)

The Maine Mobile Health Program (MMHP) seeks an individual with bilingual skills in English and Spanish for a unique outreach position in Aroostook County. Promoting health equity and racial equity are foundations to MMHP’s mission to “improve the health status of Maine’s seasonal workers and their families by providing culturally appropriate care and services.” If you are interested in working in a dynamic and diverse healthcare environment, we want to hear from you!

The Community Health Worker 2 (CHW2) facilitates access to care and services for broccoli, potato and forestry workers in the region. The CHW2 is a respected member of their community who acts as a bridge between medical providers and individuals to promote health, reduce health disparities, and improve access to care as well as to advocate for individual and community needs. MMHP is Maine’s only farmworker health program and provides mobile clinics to farmworkers across the state to reduce the barriers that they face to accessing medical care.

The CHW will provide health outreach services to MSFWs in the Presque Isle area (including Caribou, Limestone, Ashland and Westfield and other regional sites as assigned).

Responsibilities to include:

  • Outreach to farmworker camps
  • Facilitation of mobile clinics (including driving the mobile unit, registering patients, interpreting for the clinicians, and tracking follow-up needs)
  • Support with MMHP’s program to provide COVID-19 vaccine and testing
  • Health education
  • Care coordination to assist with understanding and accessing the health care system in Maine (including transporting patients and coordinating access to interpretation in a clinical setting)

Click here to view the full Job Description.

Ideal candidate will be a highly motivated individual with strong interpersonal skills, be able to empathize with patients, and have a commitment to supporting seasonal farmworkers in Maine with their access to health care. This individual should have an understanding of the farmworker community either because of prior work, relationship in/to the community and/or other life experience such as shared language or culture. The candidate should be comfortable working in community settings and able to work independently. Reliable transportation/clean driving record, basic computer skills, and an ability to speak, read and write in Spanish are preferred, but not required. This is a part-time role for June through October with potential evening schedule, occasional weekend and daytime hours. If you are interested, schedules are negotiable.  Please contact our program!

COVID-19 Vaccination is required.

MMHP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Hannah Miller at ###uzvyyre#at#znvarzbovyr.bet###.

Program Manager

Maine Mobile Health Program (MMHP)is hiring a Program Manager to be based out of Augusta Maine. Maine Mobile Health Program is a community health center focused on supporting Maine’s farmworkers and seafood processors in accessing healthcare. MMHP aims to reduce health disparities and inequities of access for these communities by providing culturally appropriate care and services. If you’re passionate about serving Maine’s diverse communities of agricultural workers in accessing equitable and high-quality health services, then MMHP is the place for you!

Maine Mobile Health Program is offering its employees 100% paid Insurance Benefits!  Sound good?  Then apply today!

The Program Manager (PM) will oversee the execution of direct service activities in a specified region by leading the planning, development, and implementation of harvest specific programs.  Travel is a major part of this position!  This position also requires some evening and weekend hours during the season.

What you will be doing:

  • Supervise the Regional Coordinator and other enabling services staff of the specified region.
  • Providing onsite training, monitoring development of work plans progress towards goals and following MMHP policies and procedures.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with farmworkers, coworkers, growers, community organizations, and health providers.
  • Bridge the gap between communities and health and social service systems.
  • Provide care coordination services on behalf of patients and their families, assisting with referrals and appointment coordination, interpretation, transportation, prescription assistance, and eligibility for insurance or public benefits.
  • Provide driving, clinic intake, and/or interpretation services for mobile clinics as needed.
  • Communicate with clients, staff, and partners in a respectful, culturally appropriate manner.
  • Provide supervision and direct services in the assigned geography as required by season.
  • And much more…

What we will need from you:

  • Ability to speak Spanish or Creole preferred.
  • Current driver’s license, with good driving record
  • College degree or equivalent experience.
  • Completion of a CHW core-competency training preferred.
  • Three to four years’ supervisory experience, previous, health insurance or physician’s office experience preferred.
  • Daytime, and some evening and weekend hours.
  • Ability to provide services in varied geography.
  • COVID-19 vaccination

NO PHONE CALLS OR RECRUITERS, PLEASE

Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, familial status, domestic violence status, or any other status protected by law.

Click here to apply.

Bilingual Outreach and Enrollment Assistant

Maine Mobile Health Program (MMHP)is hiring a BilingualOutreach and Enrollment Assistant to be based out of Augusta Maine. Maine Mobile Health Program is a community health center focused on supporting Maine’s farmworkers and seafood processors in accessing healthcare. MMHP aims to reduce health disparities and inequities of access for these communities by providing culturally appropriate care and services. If you’re passionate about serving Maine’s diverse communities of agricultural workers in accessing equitable and high-quality health services, then MMHP is the place for you!

Maine Mobile Health Program is offering its employees 100% paid Insurance Benefits!  Sound good?  Then apply today!

The Outreach and Enrollment Assistant conducts outreach and education about health insurance, assists with enrollment in health insurance and financial assistance programs, and supports with some direct service functions of the program including driving the mobile units.

What you will be doing:

  • Provide education to patients and their families about coverage and affordability options through the Marketplace, MaineCare and employer provided insurance.
  • Identify individuals statewide that are eligible for enrollment through the Marketplace, Medicaid, or employer provided insurance.
  • Work with the MMHP outreach team to review, evaluate and coordinate enrollment in partnership with existing patients, Community Health Workers, and general community members and represent MMHP in specified assister meetings.
  • Drive the mobile unit for clinics according to prearranged schedule
  • Assist with or perform intake as requested/needed
  • Perform inventory of supplies and medications as directed.
  • Communicate with staff and patients in a culturally appropriate manner
  • And much more… 

What we will need from you:

  • Ability to be conversational in Spanish or Haitian Creole
  • Acquire and maintain certification as a Certified Application Counselor (CAC) and maintain a thorough knowledge of insurance options available through the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Training is available if needed.
  • Valid Driver’s License with a good driving record
  • HS Graduate
  • Be able to build relationships in the community
  • Excellent customer service and oral communication skills
  • Daytime, and some evening and weekend hours.
  • Ability to provide services in varied geography as needed.
  • COVID-19 vaccination

NO PHONE CALLS OR RECRUITERS, PLEASE

Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, familial status, domestic violence status, or any other status protected by law.

Click here to apply.