Housing SpecialistPrimary Location: Princeton, NJ
Additional Locations: NJ-Princeton Apply
65723Fundamental Components: Investigate and resolve housing access identified by the health plan staff, State staff, providers, advocate organizations, and members. The housing specialist will collaborate with the MLTSS member advocates, community agencies, and State agencies. Recommend policy and procedural changes to the health plan’s management including those needed to ensure/improve member access to housing, care, and quality of care; changes can be recommended for both internal administrative policies and provider requirements. Function as a primary housing contact for member advocacy groups; work with these groups to identify and correct member access barriers. Participate in local community organizations to acquire knowledge and insight regarding the special health care needs of members. Analyze systems functions through meetings with staff Organize and provide training and educational materials for the health plan’s staff and providers to enhance their understanding of the values and practices of all cultures with which the health plan interact. Background Experience: Performs other related duties and special projects as assigned. Maintains availability/willingness to travel to various locations as frequently as necessary to meet business needs throughout the state of NJ. Maintains availability and willingness to work the schedule necessary to meet business needs. Works in a manner that is not disruptive to peers, supervisors and/or subordinates. Effective interpersonal skills and ability to act as a team player. Statistical analysis skills helpful. Ability to pay attention to detail, work in a fast paced/evolving environment. Capable of meeting deadlines on a consistent basis. Effective organizational skills and ability to manage multiple tasks. Proficiency with word processing, spreadsheet applications, database management and graphics experience. Microsoft Office Suite preferred Ability to successfully interact with members, medical professionals and health plan and government representatives. Effective telephone, oral and written communication skills. Bilingual preferred. Cultural Competency training experience preferred. Project management of special events experience preferred. Additional Job Information: Candidates must have knowledge of low income housing, section 8 vouchers, HUD, relocation assistance, and subsidized housing. Real estate or social work certification, preferred but not necessary with the above experience. Potential Telework Position: Yes Percent of Travel Required: 50 - 75% EEO Statement: Aetna is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer Benefit Eligibility: Benefit eligibility may vary by position. Click here to review the benefits associated with this position. Candidate Privacy Information: Aetna takes our candidate's data privacy seriously. At no time will any Aetna recruiter or employee request any financial or personal information (Social Security Number, Credit card information for direct deposit, etc.) from you via e-mail. Any requests for information will be discussed prior and will be conducted through a secure website provided by the recruiter. Should you be asked for such information, please notify us immediately.
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