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Office Administrator
5thDLScottsdale, AZ
Responsible for providing overall office support, as well as, administrative tasks at a Scottsdale tech company.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Project Manager I
5thDLScottsdale, AZ
Experience in banking and especially underwriting is a plus.
Last updated 30+ days ago
HR Manager
Heart One AssociatesPhoenix, AZ
This means that your HR manager duties will involve managing activities such as employee relations, benefits administration, employee performance issues, hiring and recruitment and talent management.
$50,000 a year
Last updated 18 days ago
RN Case Manager High Risk Telecommute Houston TX
UnitedHealth GroupPhoenix, AZ
The Nurse Case Manager will coordinate, or provide appropriate levels of care under the direct supervision of an RN Manager or MD. Function is responsible for clinical operations and medical management activities across the continuum of care (assessing, planning, implementing, coordinating, monitoring and evaluating).
Remote
Last updated 24 days ago
Bind Content Marketing Manager - Telecommute
UnitedHealth GroupPhoenix, AZ
The Content Marketing Manager will play a role in managing external media relations, working with our agency partners in nationally and locally.
Remote
Last updated 25 days ago
Practice Performance Manager - Central / Southern NJ - Telecommute
UnitedHealth GroupPhoenix, AZ
Microsoft Office specialist with exceptional analytical and data representation expertise; Advanced Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint skills
Full-timeRemote
Last updated 25 days ago
Office Asst
Genesis Healthcare LLCMesa, AZ
Friday schedule *Report to the Business Office Manager and receive training and additional support from the Revenue Cycle Manager.
Last updated 18 days ago
Senior Product Manager, Case Advisor - UM Technology - Telecommute
UnitedHealth GroupPhoenix, AZ
Partners with growth, marketing and go-to-market teams to establish an impactful selling strategy and market story
Remote
Last updated 25 days ago
Manager Network Pricing - Telecommute
UnitedHealth GroupPhoenix, AZ
Bachelor’s Degree or Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT)
Remote
Last updated 19 days ago
Project Implementation Engineer
Consensus Cloud SolutionsGlendale, AZ
Familiarity with healthcare integration including HL7 standards
Last updated 21 days ago
Market Relations Program Manager - Telecommute in East Region
UnitedHealth GroupPhoenix, AZ
Clinical Performance (CP) is charged with effectively implementing, monitoring, and executing on clinical documentation, quality, and affordability programs that promote patient health while improving the provider practice experience with a special focus on Medicare Risk Adjustment and HEDIS. Clinical Performance processes on a national level by providing support in all markets served by OptumCare Delivery.
Remote
Last updated 24 days ago
LMS - Learning Management Software - Administrator - Telecommute
UnitedHealth GroupPhoenix, AZ
The LMS Administrator leads the effective implementation and ongoing maintenance of the Learning Management Systems (LMS) and all supporting tools, content, and technologies, roles, users, security and reporting.
Remote
Last updated 19 days ago
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