Bilingual Patient Educator (Inside Sales, Remote Flexible)
About Pair Team
Pair Team is on a mission to improve the wellbeing of underserved communities by connecting them to high-quality care.
Pair Team cares for the highest-need Medicaid recipients through a community-led model. We build local partnerships with shelters, food pantries, and other community-based organizations to turn them into a site of care. As a support system for the community, we provide wraparound clinical services, up-skill CBO staff to become Community Health Workers, and utilize our proprietary data-driven technology platform, Arc, for care coordination. Through Medicaid MCOs, we provide healthcare for hard-to-reach, high-need individuals, while sharing healthcare dollars with community groups to expand their social support programs.
- Trust: We consistently strive to earn the trust of our patients, our clinic partners, and our teammates.
- Growth: We grow together – as a company and as individuals.
- Accountability: We act like owners and take pride in our work.
- Act beyond yourself: Our vision and impact goes beyond ourselves and so must our actions.
In the News
- Forbes: For Pair Team, Accessibility Is About Delivering Healthcare To Those Who Need It The Most
- TechCrunch: Building for Medicaid’s regulatory moment with Neil Batlivala from Pair Team
- Axios: Pair Team collects $9M for Medicaid-based care
About the Opportunity
Pair Team is building a team of deeply passionate individuals ready to change primary care operations for those who need it most. We are looking for a highly motivated full-time Community Engagement Specialist who is willing to think creatively and empathically to help our team change the way people access healthcare.
We seek a full-time Community Engagement Specialist to play a critical role on our team by directly engaging with and enrolling individuals living with Serious Mental Illness/ Substance Use Disorder, experiencing homelessness, and/or those who have high medical needs. We believe in the power of trust and relationships to successfully engage those who may have never received the kind of whole-health care that Pair Team can provide.
This is a remote-forward role that requires on-site work 1-2x a month in San Diego, CA.
What You’ll Do
- Identify, outreach, engage and enroll individuals into the program virtually through phone, text and email, and in-person at clinic, community based organization, and health system partner locations
- Seeks to listen openly to eligible members and meets them where they are – understanding that enrollment may require multiple outreaches and adopts a “it’s not my fault but it is my problem” attitude in all communication styles and approaches
- Offer education to our partners regarding Pair Team’s services with a focus on linking eligible members to the Enhanced Care Management program
- Explain the services and benefits of Enhanced Care Management, understanding that many may have lived personal experiences causing them to be initially hesitant or distrusting of the health care system
- Leverage your deep understanding of the community and best-in-class customer service skills to gain trust with eligible members and enroll them in the program
- Promote effective and timely communication amongst internal teams, clinic, community based organization, and health system partners
- Meet key enrollment metrics and to ensure you are supporting our mission to improve the wellbeing of underserved communities
- Effectively manage the end-to-end enrollment funnel, ensuring member’s continuation in the enrollment process
- Provide consistent updates on funnel stages including delays and blockers
- Proficiency in all additional internal/external technology tools utilized for the position
What You’ll Need
- You are physically located in or near San Diego, California
- Field Ops requires you to maintain reliable transportation for engagement at clinic, community based organization, and health system partner locations
- Virtual Ops requires a quiet, HIPAA compliant and internet connected space
- 1+ year of experience working in a metric or quota-driven environment
- Dedicated to working within and improving the community you are part of
- You are results driven with a proven track record of exceeding performance indicators
- Bilingual (English/Spanish) with excellent communication skills with proficiency reading, writing, speaking, and listening in English and Spanish
- You have strong technical skills and comfort with utilizing multiple technology platforms
- A valid driver’s license and auto liability insurance
- You are a fantastic listener, skilled at “reading people” and understand how others may be feeling or thinking based on nuances, uncomfortable silences, or questions they ask
- You have experience with high volume outreach and engagement campaigns
- You are reliable and comfortable in an environment that is ever-changing to improve the wellbeing of underserved communities through increased access to high-quality care
- You hold an active certification as a Community Health Worker (if not, no worries - we will pay for the training to obtain your CHW certification!)
Because We Value You
- Salary: $22-25/hour depending on experience
- Assistance and training provided for you to obtain a Community Health Worker certification (fully paid!)
- Comprehensive health, vision & dental insurance
- Equity compensation package
- Employer-sponsored 401k plan
- Flexible vacation policy – take the time you need to recharge
- We provide the equipment needed for the role - laptop, monitor, etc.
- Monthly $100 work from home expense stipend for your WFH days
- Mileage/gas reimbursement for your on-site days
- Opportunity for rapid career progression with plenty of room for personal growth!
Pair Team is an Equal Opportunity Employer. At Pair Team, we value diversity and strive to provide an inclusive environment for all applicants and employees. All applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, marital status, age, disability, political affiliation, military service, genetic information, or any other characteristic covered by federal, state, or local law.
Any offer of employment at Pair Team is conditioned upon passing a pre-employment background check. Following a conditional job offer, candidates will undergo comprehensive employment background checks, including; criminal history, reference checks, and driving records if a role requires vehicle use.