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.
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Employment Opportunities at CARTI
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CARTI is seeking a Director of Nursing who will be responsible for operations and personnel management. This position will act as a liaison between the various areas of patient care services to ensure continuity. Develops and implements departmental quality control with the goals of the Institute.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from accredited school of nursing, master’s degree, preferred; Licensed as a Registered Nurse in the State of Arkansas (or ability to obtain such); OCN Certification, preferred; 3-5 years’ experience managing a nursing department, experience in either an ambulatory clinic or oncology department, preferred.
Registered Nurse, PRN
CARTI is seeking Registered Nurses to work PRN in several of its clinics. A qualified candidate will have a current RN license by the State of Arkansas, basic CPR and at least two years of recent nursing experience. Some moderate lifting of patients required. Pre-employment drug test is required.
CARTI is seeking Registered Nurses to work in several of its clinics. A qualified candidate will have a current RN license by the State of Arkansas, basic CPR and at least two years of recent nursing experience. Chemo certification is a plus. Some moderate lifting of patients required. Pre-employment drug test is required.
Nurse Manager, LRHO
Little Rock Hematology Oncology, a division of CARTI, is seeking a full-time Nurse Manager. Qualified candidates will manage a chemotherapy infusion center and oversee (as instructed by a practitioner) all clinical aspects of a hematology/oncology clinic. Responsibilities include the planning, organizing, and care of adult Oncology/Hematology patients and staff. Qualified applicants must have a current Arkansas RN License, BLS. Qualifications include at least five (5) years of recent nursing experience preferably in Oncology/Hematology with at least 2 years of nursing management.
Little Rock Hematology Oncology, a division of CARTI is seeking a Staff Pharmacist responsible for the safe and cost-effective management of the entire medication use process. The qualified candidate will possess a Doctoral degree in Pharmacy (PharmD) and have 3-5 years’ experience in IV Admixture. Pre-employment drug test is required.
Business Office Manager, LRHO
Little Rock Hematology/Oncology, a division of CARTI, is searching for a Business Office Manager to direct its daily operations. This position will have the overall responsibility of insurance processing, collections, coding, billing, payment posting and improvement of policies/procedures related to accounts receivable and patient financial services. Comprehensive experience managing patient accounts in a healthcare financial services capacity is required. A Bachelor’s Degree in a related field (accounting, business administration, finance, health care administration, etc.) and 5+ years operational/physician billing experience including 3+ years in a supervisory role is preferred. Ability to manage projects adhering to strict deadlines; review processes, define improvements and implement as needed; along with advanced spreadsheet & report writing skills are needed. Professional interaction with Executives, Physicians, Staff and Patients along with training and development of staff are essential.
Patient Financial Coordinator, LRHO
.Little Rock Hematology Oncology, a division of CARTI, is seeking a full-time Patient Financial Coordinator. The Patient Financial Coordinator is responsible for assisting and counseling patients and/or families to access financial resources with drugs, insurance, financial hardships and Medicaid. The candidate should possess a high school diploma, or advanced degree; a minimum of two years medical insurance billing/collection experience required. Basic knowledge of computer applications, medical coding, and third party operating procedures/practices and legal and regulatory governmental provisions preferred.
Medical Assistant, LRHO
Little Rock Hematology/Oncology, a division of CARTI, is seeking a full-time Medical Assistant. A qualified candidate will have a minimum of two years’ experience as a Medical Assistant; a strong knowledge of grammar, spelling and punctuation to type from draft copy and to review and edit reports and correspondence; the ability to perform efficient and effective blood draws and excellent computer and other basic office equipment skills.
Help Desk Specialist
The CARTI Information Technology department is seeking a full-time Help Desk Specialist. This position is the frontline responder to computer users for the resolution of problems related to personal computer hardware/software issues. The position receives all initial incoming related problem reports and enters those issues into a trouble tracking system. Additional duties include desktop deployment and computer peripheral installations. A qualified candidate will possess a high school diploma and two years of experience in personal computer installation and configuration. Two years of help desk experience is preferred. Knowledge of personal computers and peripheral and Microsoft products and operating systems is required. Some evening and weekend work as well as travel within the State of Arkansas is required.
Junior Medical Physicist
CARTI is seeking a motivated, hard-working Junior Medical Physicist to join its team of experienced professionals within a dynamic and growing practice. Forthcoming expansions include plans to open a new comprehensive treatment facility with state-of-the-art integrated systems in the near future, along with adding TrueBeam accelerators to the existing CARTI affiliated facilities. CARTI continues to benefit from the latest treatment modalities in radiation oncology and offers great opportunities to gain experience in some of the most exciting technologies available.
Qualifications: Proficiency in the advanced concepts, principles and professional techniques of medical physics normally obtained by acquiring a Master’s degree in medical or radiological physics or in the physical sciences with additional training in medical physics.
Ability to use, operate, calibrate, collect and analyze data from clinical linear accelerators, treatment simulators, treatment planning computers, dosimetry and calibration instrumentation and devices, radiation survey and measurement instrumentation, and brachytherapy systems. Ability to characterize, plan, and evaluate treatment plans with both high and low energy photon and electron beams. Hands-on experience with record and verify (RV) systems, implementation of quality assurance (QA) programs and procedures, and experience with QA tests and measurements. Familiarity with stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS) and stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) is highly desirable, but not required.
Candidates for this position must be either certified, or be eligible for certification by the American Board of Radiology (ABR).