Employment

CARTI is unique because our culture and our colleagues are unique. As caregivers and colleagues, we believe that nothing less than our best is ever acceptable. From office staff to caregivers, CARTI colleagues are an amazing group of people who genuinely care for the people they serve—as well as the ones who serve beside them.

Please check back periodically, as new jobs are posted as they come open. We look forward to receiving your application for employment and exploring any opportunities for you to join the CARTI family as we bring the fight to cancer.

Employment Opportunities at CARTI

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Registered Nurse

Little Rock Hematology/Oncology, a division of CARTI is seeking both Chemotherapy RNs and Physician RNs. We have full-time, part-time and PRN positions available.  These positions require a current RN license by the State of Arkansas, basic CPR and at least two years’ of recent direct patient care. Some moderate lifting of patients required.   Some travel to satellite clinics may be required. Current certification in chemotherapy or willing to attend two-day chemo certification course within 90 days of hire is required and OCN certification is strongly desired.

Senior Radiotheraphy Service Engineer

 CARTI, the largest private practice cancer care provider in Arkansas, is seeking a full-time in-house, Senior Radiotherapy Service Engineer. This position performs preventative and emergency maintenance on radiation therapy treatment and simulation equipment. Candidates must possess seven years of previous experience in component-level troubleshooting and repair of analog and digital electronic equipment. Additionally, three years’ experience in the following: repairing high energy Varian linear accelerators in a no contract environment; troubleshooting and repair of radiotherapy simulators, CT Scanners and digital imaging equipment; and troubleshooting and repairing computers. A limited amount of travel within the State of Arkansas is required.

LRHO Medical Secretary

 Little Rock Hematology/Oncology, a division of CARTI, is seeking a full-time Medical Secretary for a busy physician clinic. A qualified candidate will have a minimum of two year’s medical secretary and patient appointment scheduling experience. In addition, this candidate must have proven knowledge of medical terminology, insurance/billing processes, and medical office practices. Microsoft Office proficiency, verbal/written communication skills, time management/organizational skills and customer service skills are a must.

LRHO Clinical Scribe

 Little Rock Hematology/Oncology, a division of CARTI, is seeking a full-time Clinical Scribe in its Russellville clinic. This position is responsible for recording patients’ symptoms, history, physical exam and diagnosis. A minimum of two years’ experience as a clinical scribe, preferably in a medical practice environment is required. You must also have an understanding of medical terminology, anatomy, physiology, diagnostic procedures, pharmacology and treatment assessments to accurately transcribe dictated reports. Medical Assistant duties may be required and a Medical Assistant Certification is desired.

LRHO Patient Access Representative

 Little Rock Hematology/Oncology, a division of CARTI, is seeking a full-time Patient Access Representative.  The successful candidate will have the technical knowledge to comprehend how to maintain patient records and skills to perform clerical tasks. In addition, they will have the technical knowledge to properly request and review insurance cards and demographic information in order for the Billing Department to correctly and timely process the patient’s claims. This position requires a minimum of two years’ experience at the front desk in a medical clinic, strong medical terminology and a minimum of two years’ experience obtaining, reviewing and updating patient insurance information.

LRHO Billing Specialist (Temporary)

Little Rock Hematology/Oncology, a division of CARTI, is seeking a long term duration temporary Billing Specialist. The primary role of this position is to ensure that payments received from the insurance companies are posted correctly to the patient accounts and to research denials and unpaid claims while providing excellent customer service. The successful candidate will have a high school diploma or equivalent. Two years’ medical clinic or insurance experience is required. Knowledge of health insurance processing and clinic operating policies is required. The applicant must be detail oriented and able to handle high patient volumes daily in a fast paced environment.