Careers at NAP
Northampton Area Pediatrics is a busy pediatric primary care practice with offices in Northampton and Amherst, MA.
We are a dynamic team of pediatricians, nurse practitioners, therapists, nurses, clerical staff, and administrative staff. Collectively, we work together to provide outstanding patient-centered medical care to over 13,000 patients in the Pioneer Valley.
NAP is committed to fostering a friendly work environment with open communication and teamwork. Our ideal candidates share these values, strive to problem solve, and continuously learn and develop new skills.
NAP offers the following benefits to our employees:
• Shift differentials with competitive salary
• Holiday Pay
• Mileage compensation for commute into work
• CEU reimbursement
• Life insurance
• Vision insurance
• 401k Plan
• Vacation time and sick time
• Plus much more!
NAP is hiring for the following positions:
Northampton Area Pediatrics is looking for a full-time Accounting Assistant for our growing practice! We are looking for a reliable, self starter who is able to work in a fast paced environment and can handle confidential information. The position will report to and assist the Practice Administrator with administrative tasks, data entry, bookkeeping, and reporting. The ideal candidate must have a minimum of 2 years prior financial experience, have strong Microsoft Excel and Word processing skills, be proficient oral and written communications, and is highly organized and detailed oriented. Administrative duties include but are not limited to:
- Month end financial reporting and data entry in Excel
- Calculate monthly profit sharing contribution and submit for processing
- Prepare and file accounts payable invoices
- Verify monthly credit card statements
- Weekly phone volume reporting and monthly QI reporting preparation
- Coordinate weekly and monthly provider meetings
- Organize and advertise monthly parenting workshops and clinical support groups
- Order and restock office supplies for satellite office
- Administrative duties as assigned
- Employee Activity Committee lead
Clinical Staff: CMAs and LPNs
The role of clinical staff is to provide direct and indirect patient care in accordance with NAP protocols and provider direction. The goal of our clinical team is to provide patient-centered care based upon individual patient and family needs.
The successful candidate should have strong clinical skills, competency in patient care, telephone triage, attention to details and experience with EPIC (preferred). Qualified individuals will assist with phone triage, patient flow, vital signs, perform basic laboratory tests, administer vaccines, and obtain accurate health information. We offer flexible, part-time, and full-time schedules. Competitive salary and generous shift differential for evenings and weekends along with many other fantastic benefits including mileage for your commute to work!
What people are saying about NAP:
“I have never worked with so many friendly people. It does not matter your position. Everyone treats each person the same, including the providers.” LPN from 2020
“Management and providers do a good job keeping staff involved and informed, and management works hard to make it a good place. The pay is very good and competitive but their benefits are fantastic.” LPN from 2019
“This is by far the best place I’ve ever worked. Your co-workers are very helpful and have open arms to new employees. Management is professional and works 100% to keep the office running smoothly and effectively. Regular meetings are always knowledgeable and very reasonable. Benefits and pay are awesome. Mileage pay set in to your pay check. Always opportunities too for OT which is great if you enjoy picking up hours! Feels like home away from home! RMA from 2019
“This was my first MA job, hired directly from my externship. I started there as a Medical Scribe. Then after becoming certified, I began working on the floor as a certified medical assistant. In this role, I obtained vital signs, assisted with different procedures (suturing, staples and other wound dressings), telephone triage, patient care and education.” CMA from 2015