NASHVILLE — Are you a Tennessee resident willing to serve as a recruiting tool for your government?

Perhaps a job as a certified application counselor for Obamacare is right for you.

Officials with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced last week that they are awarding $150 million in taxpayer money to 1,100 health care centers across the nation.

The goal — tell as many Americans as possible about Obamacare.  Obamacare-impact

Tennessee will get $3.1 million of that money, spread among 26 health care centers. Those facilities are now in search of 69 qualified workers to promote the program.

Jacksboro’s Community Health Center of East Tennessee will receive a $75,000 piece of that pie.

CEO Theresa Dabney said she knows the type of candidate best suited to serve.

The qualifications are simple, yet precise.

“You have to be an actual person who can sit with a patient and navigate them in the right direction,” Dabney said.

“We will train people to take applications and help each person find the coverage that meets their needs in the health exchange.”

Other job tasks, as described by Dabney, include printing pamphlets and flyers promoting Obamacare, setting up booths at community health fairs and actively recruiting the unaware into the program.  hhsgov-open_icon

The federal government projects that, if chosen, applicants will help direct more than 70,000 people do something that they do not know how to do for themselves.

Tennessee Watchdog unsuccessfully attempted to reach several other community health centers that will receive this money, including Christ Community Health Services of Memphis, which will receive the largest sum in the state, $319,337.

Training begins Oct. 1. Counselors officially go to work on Jan. 1, so time is of the essence.

Apply today.

– See more at: http://tennessee.watchdog.org/2013/07/16/tn-gets-3-1-million-to-promote-obamacare-to-the-unaware/#sthash.FchdqaUL.dpuf

NASHVILLE — Are you a Tennessee resident willing to serve as a recruiting tool for your government?

Perhaps a job as a certified application counselor for Obamacare is right for you.

Officials with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced last week that they are awarding $150 million in taxpayer money to 1,100 health care centers across the nation.

The goal — tell as many Americans as possible about Obamacare.  Obamacare-impact

Tennessee will get $3.1 million of that money, spread among 26 health care centers. Those facilities are now in search of 69 qualified workers to promote the program.

Jacksboro’s Community Health Center of East Tennessee will receive a $75,000 piece of that pie.

CEO Theresa Dabney said she knows the type of candidate best suited to serve.

The qualifications are simple, yet precise.

“You have to be an actual person who can sit with a patient and navigate them in the right direction,” Dabney said.

“We will train people to take applications and help each person find the coverage that meets their needs in the health exchange.”

Other job tasks, as described by Dabney, include printing pamphlets and flyers promoting Obamacare, setting up booths at community health fairs and actively recruiting the unaware into the program.  hhsgov-open_icon

The federal government projects that, if chosen, applicants will help direct more than 70,000 people do something that they do not know how to do for themselves.

Tennessee Watchdog unsuccessfully attempted to reach several other community health centers that will receive this money, including Christ Community Health Services of Memphis, which will receive the largest sum in the state, $319,337.

Training begins Oct. 1. Counselors officially go to work on Jan. 1, so time is of the essence.

Apply today.

– See more at: http://tennessee.watchdog.org/2013/07/16/tn-gets-3-1-million-to-promote-obamacare-to-the-unaware/#sthash.FchdqaUL.dpuf

NASHVILLE — Are you a Tennessee resident willing to serve as a recruiting tool for your government?

Perhaps a job as a certified application counselor for Obamacare is right for you.

Officials with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced last week that they are awarding $150 million in taxpayer money to 1,100 health care centers across the nation.

The goal — tell as many Americans as possible about Obamacare.  Obamacare-impact

Tennessee will get $3.1 million of that money, spread among 26 health care centers. Those facilities are now in search of 69 qualified workers to promote the program.

Jacksboro’s Community Health Center of East Tennessee will receive a $75,000 piece of that pie.

CEO Theresa Dabney said she knows the type of candidate best suited to serve.

The qualifications are simple, yet precise.

“You have to be an actual person who can sit with a patient and navigate them in the right direction,” Dabney said.

“We will train people to take applications and help each person find the coverage that meets their needs in the health exchange.”

Other job tasks, as described by Dabney, include printing pamphlets and flyers promoting Obamacare, setting up booths at community health fairs and actively recruiting the unaware into the program.  hhsgov-open_icon

The federal government projects that, if chosen, applicants will help direct more than 70,000 people do something that they do not know how to do for themselves.

Tennessee Watchdog unsuccessfully attempted to reach several other community health centers that will receive this money, including Christ Community Health Services of Memphis, which will receive the largest sum in the state, $319,337.

Training begins Oct. 1. Counselors officially go to work on Jan. 1, so time is of the essence.

Apply today.

– See more at: http://tennessee.watchdog.org/2013/07/16/tn-gets-3-1-million-to-promote-obamacare-to-the-unaware/#sthash.FchdqaUL.dpuf

NASHVILLE — Are you a Tennessee resident willing to serve as a recruiting tool for your government?

Perhaps a job as a certified application counselor for Obamacare is right for you.

Officials with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced last week that they are awarding $150 million in taxpayer money to 1,100 health care centers across the nation.

The goal — tell as many Americans as possible about Obamacare.  Obamacare-impact

Tennessee will get $3.1 million of that money, spread among 26 health care centers. Those facilities are now in search of 69 qualified workers to promote the program.

Jacksboro’s Community Health Center of East Tennessee will receive a $75,000 piece of that pie.

CEO Theresa Dabney said she knows the type of candidate best suited to serve.

The qualifications are simple, yet precise.

“You have to be an actual person who can sit with a patient and navigate them in the right direction,” Dabney said.

“We will train people to take applications and help each person find the coverage that meets their needs in the health exchange.”

Other job tasks, as described by Dabney, include printing pamphlets and flyers promoting Obamacare, setting up booths at community health fairs and actively recruiting the unaware into the program.  hhsgov-open_icon

The federal government projects that, if chosen, applicants will help direct more than 70,000 people do something that they do not know how to do for themselves.

Tennessee Watchdog unsuccessfully attempted to reach several other community health centers that will receive this money, including Christ Community Health Services of Memphis, which will receive the largest sum in the state, $319,337.

Training begins Oct. 1. Counselors officially go to work on Jan. 1, so time is of the essence.

Apply today.

– See more at: http://tennessee.watchdog.org/2013/07/16/tn-gets-3-1-million-to-promote-obamacare-to-the-unaware/#sthash.FchdqaUL.dpuf

NASHVILLE — Are you a Tennessee resident willing to serve as a recruiting tool for your government?

Perhaps a job as a certified application counselor for Obamacare is right for you.

Officials with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced last week that they are awarding $150 million in taxpayer money to 1,100 health care centers across the nation.

The goal — tell as many Americans as possible about Obamacare.  Obamacare-impact

Tennessee will get $3.1 million of that money, spread among 26 health care centers. Those facilities are now in search of 69 qualified workers to promote the program.

Jacksboro’s Community Health Center of East Tennessee will receive a $75,000 piece of that pie.

CEO Theresa Dabney said she knows the type of candidate best suited to serve.

The qualifications are simple, yet precise.

“You have to be an actual person who can sit with a patient and navigate them in the right direction,” Dabney said.

“We will train people to take applications and help each person find the coverage that meets their needs in the health exchange.”

Other job tasks, as described by Dabney, include printing pamphlets and flyers promoting Obamacare, setting up booths at community health fairs and actively recruiting the unaware into the program.  hhsgov-open_icon

The federal government projects that, if chosen, applicants will help direct more than 70,000 people do something that they do not know how to do for themselves.

Tennessee Watchdog unsuccessfully attempted to reach several other community health centers that will receive this money, including Christ Community Health Services of Memphis, which will receive the largest sum in the state, $319,337.

Training begins Oct. 1. Counselors officially go to work on Jan. 1, so time is of the essence.

Apply today.

– See more at: http://tennessee.watchdog.org/2013/07/16/tn-gets-3-1-million-to-promote-obamacare-to-the-unaware/#sthash.FchdqaUL.dpuf

NASHVILLE — Are you a Tennessee resident willing to serve as a recruiting tool for your government?

Perhaps a job as a certified application counselor for Obamacare is right for you.

Officials with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced last week that they are awarding $150 million in taxpayer money to 1,100 health care centers across the nation.

The goal — tell as many Americans as possible about Obamacare.  Obamacare-impact

Tennessee will get $3.1 million of that money, spread among 26 health care centers. Those facilities are now in search of 69 qualified workers to promote the program.

Jacksboro’s Community Health Center of East Tennessee will receive a $75,000 piece of that pie.

CEO Theresa Dabney said she knows the type of candidate best suited to serve.

The qualifications are simple, yet precise.

“You have to be an actual person who can sit with a patient and navigate them in the right direction,” Dabney said.

“We will train people to take applications and help each person find the coverage that meets their needs in the health exchange.”

Other job tasks, as described by Dabney, include printing pamphlets and flyers promoting Obamacare, setting up booths at community health fairs and actively recruiting the unaware into the program.  hhsgov-open_icon

The federal government projects that, if chosen, applicants will help direct more than 70,000 people do something that they do not know how to do for themselves.

Tennessee Watchdog unsuccessfully attempted to reach several other community health centers that will receive this money, including Christ Community Health Services of Memphis, which will receive the largest sum in the state, $319,337.

Training begins Oct. 1. Counselors officially go to work on Jan. 1, so time is of the essence.

Apply today.

– See more at: http://tennessee.watchdog.org/2013/07/16/tn-gets-3-1-million-to-promote-obamacare-to-the-unaware/#sthash.FchdqaUL.dpuf

NASHVILLE — Are you a Tennessee resident willing to serve as a recruiting tool for your government?

Perhaps a job as a certified application counselor for Obamacare is right for you.

Officials with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced last week that they are awarding $150 million in taxpayer money to 1,100 health care centers across the nation.

The goal — tell as many Americans as possible about Obamacare.

– See more at: http://tennessee.watchdog.org/2013/07/16/tn-gets-3-1-million-to-promote-obamacare-to-the-unaware/#sthash.FchdqaUL.dpuf

 

NASHVILLE — Are you a Tennessee resident willing to serve as a recruiting tool for your government?

Perhaps a job as a certified application counselor for Obamacare is right for you.

Officials with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced last week that they are awarding $150 million in taxpayer money to 1,100 health care centers across the nation.

The goal — tell as many Americans as possible about Obamacare.  Obamacare-impact

Tennessee will get $3.1 million of that money, spread among 26 health care centers. Those facilities are now in search of 69 qualified workers to promote the program.

Jacksboro’s Community Health Center of East Tennessee will receive a $75,000 piece of that pie.

CEO Theresa Dabney said she knows the type of candidate best suited to serve.

The qualifications are simple, yet precise.

“You have to be an actual person who can sit with a patient and navigate them in the right direction,” Dabney said.

“We will train people to take applications and help each person find the coverage that meets their needs in the health exchange.”

Other job tasks, as described by Dabney, include printing pamphlets and flyers promoting Obamacare, setting up booths at community health fairs and actively recruiting the unaware into the program.  hhsgov-open_icon

The federal government projects that, if chosen, applicants will help direct more than 70,000 people do something that they do not know how to do for themselves.

Tennessee Watchdog unsuccessfully attempted to reach several other community health centers that will receive this money, including Christ Community Health Services of Memphis, which will receive the largest sum in the state, $319,337.

Training begins Oct. 1. Counselors officially go to work on Jan. 1, so time is of the essence.

Apply today.

TN gets $3.1 million to promote Obamacare to the unaware.