Elliott Counseling Group is looking to hire a full-time hourly staff member to join a fast-growing private behavioral health agency that employs 35+ therapists and 10 administrative staff to work primarily in our Medical Billing Department.
The Billing Specialist is required to review, correct and maintain accounts; accurately post payments from EOBs; document correspondence with insurance carriers, clinicians and clients; and work on denials and appeals promptly. Prior work experience in an office with some accounting experience would be helpful. Candidate must be a reliable team player who is able and willing to cross train in other areas as needed. Preference will be given to those who:
- can demonstrate ability to work both in a caring capacity while also being extremely competent with numbers and details
- have excellent communication and organizational skills; including the ability to handle multiple tasks and deadlines with frequent interruptions.
- are self-motivated, self-disciplined and can demonstrate initiative.
Software used: Smartsheet; Valant Med; Navicure; Microsoft (Word and Excel)
Education: High School Graduate/GED required. Technical School/2 Years College/Associates Degree preferred.
Work Experience: Preference given to those with experience working in a healthcare (professional) billing, health insurance or equivalent operations work environment.
Knowledge: Healthcare (professional) billing, knowledge of CPT/ICD-10 coding, claim submission requirements. Understanding of the revenue cycle and how the various components work together preferred.
Benefits include: Paid vacation and holidays, unpaid time off, company contribution in medical insurance and the option for group vision and dental insurance, short-term disability.
Pay: $12 - $14 per hour or commensurate with experience.
HR Generalist Position (Full or Part Time) – We are a growing mental health firm with 50
employees seeking to hire an HR Generalist. The role would include responsibilities in the
following areas: benefits administration, employee relations, training, performance management, on-boarding, policy implementation, employee contract management, recruitment/employment, affirmative action and employment law compliance.
A bachelor’s degree and three to five years’ human resource experience, or a master’s degree in human resource management and two years’ experience in the HR field, or seven years of
experience in the HR field, or any similar combination of education and experience.
You would be joining a small management team as a part time HR generalist with evaluation of your other experience and skills to supplement the team if a full time position is desired. Other experience considered: budget and planning, healthcare contract management, IT, business development, data analysis.
Pay commensurate with experience.
- Required education: Bachelor's
- Required experience: HR: 2 years
- Required license or certification:
Consideration given to SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP, HRCI-PHR or HRCI- SPHR
Pay commensurate with experience.
Executive Administrative Assistant
- This person will also serve as an Executive Administrative Assistant, assisting the CEO/Business Manager with special projects and various tasks.This position would require extensive experience with Quickbooks Accounting Software and Excel Spreadsheet. You would be required to produce various reports, including in depth analytical reports regarding website searches, budgets, phone logs, retention and scheduling, plus more.
This position could be part or full time, depending on skill and ability.
- This position would require professional dress and hours within a normal business day between 8 am to 5 pm.
- The right candidate must be able to demonstrate the ability to think critically and problem-solve with great attention to detail. Since support and teamwork are important aspects of the role, excellent communication and people skills are required. Independent judgement, flexibility, initiative, and the ability to handle multiple tasks, deadlines, and frequent interruptions are a must.
- Experience in Microsoft Word
- Experience in Microsoft Excel
- Ability to learn quickly
- Pay: Commensurate with experience
Elliott Counseling Group is seeking licensed therapist in Champaign for part-time and full-time work.
Are you satisfied with your full-time job, but interested in expanding your clinical skills in a professional private practice with flexible schedule and autonomy?
Perhaps you need supervision to earn your LCSW or LCPC?
Do you want to earn extra money AND decrease your stress level?
Would you like to spend the majority of your time providing individual therapy instead of doing documentation and case management?
If your answer is "yes" to any or all of these then a therapist position at Elliott Counseling Group would be of interest to you.
Elliott Counseling Group offers:
- Highly competitive wages
- Flexible hours
- Group health insurance
- Supplemental benefits: dental, vision, short-term disability
- Full administrative staff/ support
- Simple IRA options after 2 years
- Paid time off/ unpaid time off
- Seven paid holiday's
- Opportunities for professional development & supervision
- Unique Training opportunities (with CEUs)
- All of our clinicians are employees, not contractors.
- You can work as few as 4 hours per week.
- You are considered a full time employee with benefits at 30 clinical hours per week. Eligibility requirements for supplemental benefits might differ.
Elliott Counseling Group is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment. We are always interested in including more quality providers, expanding our services and areas of expertise, and creating more diversity on our team.
What therapists say about working at Elliott Counseling Group
"As the new school year starts and I prepare for managing both careers, I remember how fortunate I am to work two great jobs. Many teachers have to work multiple jobs to make meets end...I 'get' to have two careers. Besides working at TCHS as a special needs teacher, I have also worked evenings at Elliott Counseling Group as a LPC for the last six years. Because ECG allows me to have flexibility making my own schedule, and they have the office staff to hand the day to day operations of the private practice, I am able to put hours in doing what I love...working with client!"
Angie Patton, LPC, LBS1
Staci Poe, LPC
"My favorite aspects of working at ECG are flexibility in my schedule and the support from the admin staff. I am able to work in a private practice setting while having an admin team that handles the administrative tasks so that I can focus my attention on my clients. My working environment is comfortable and inviting, which helps the clients to feel comfortable. I have been able to grow as a therapist and find my niche since beginning to work at ECG, learning that I have a passion for working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders as well as individuals who identify as gender and sexual minorities while still focusing on trauma issues. The work place benefits help with managing my own self care as a therapist."
"I have been a school social worker for fifteen years and a therapist at Elliott Counseling Group for the last four. Being an employee at Elliott Counseling Group allows me the flexibility to schedule appointments around my "day job". Simultaneously, I have felt valued by administrators, clerical staff and co-workers. I feel the Elliott Counseling Group provides the perfect combination of an autonomous and supportive work environment."
Karen Shepard, LCSW
Marilee Johnson, LPC
"I enjoy helping people so much and am glad I have the opportunity to do this through a well working enterprise like Elliott Counseling Group, but I also like that I can be flexible and choose my own hours. It is huge for me. Everyone works together to get things done, and my supervisor is increditble. I love that we have a beautiful building with lots of light and that everyone is pleasant and helpful even when things are stressful. I have been able to get the clients I need to fill my schedule right away and I have been referred to clients that fit my specialties as well."
"In addition to my job as a school counselor, I am a therapist at ECG. For the last 6 months I have been seeing clients two evening a week. I love my part-time job at ECG; the extra money is great, the flexibility is amazing, and the support/supervision is PRICELESS. I have a mixed caseload of children and adults. After working in the school setting all day, it is a breath of fresh air to work with individuals who are ready and want change. "
Lindsay Ennis, LPC
Shayla Parker, LCPC
"Working at ECG allows me to do what I love, helping others, while allowing me the flexibility to be there for my family as well. The administrative team is great because they handle all of the things that are very time consuming and that don't involve direct therapeutic contact with the client such as scheduling, insurance, credentialing, checking benefits and billing just to name a few. ECG has been great about pairing me up with clients that I feel most experienced at helping which is great for everyone, the client and the therapist."
Monica Cherry, LCSW
Kevin Shepherd, LCSW
"I have always wanted to work in a private practice setting but had concerns about going out on my own and managing all of the tasks outside of seeing clients that would come with owning a practice. Working at Elliott Counseling Group has provided me the freedom to focus on doing therapy with clients thanks to the support staff that manage the other aspects of managing a business. I am also able to be more selective about my client base and work with clients that I feel I can support and provide the best service to than I was able to in a traditional agency setting."