PA Site Inspector
CES is looking for hard working, detail oriented people to visit healthcare facility locations in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to collect data used to establish a company’s compliance with federal regulations with regards to the Affordable Care Act. This work is conducted on a part-time, case-volume basis.
Site Inspectors help the Department of Human Services, Office of Medical Assistance Programs (OMAP) collect information on medical assistance providers to determine if the business is operational, meaning the provider has a location and is open to the public for the purpose of providing healthcare related services at the address given.
Job duties include:
• Driving to multiple locations
• Completing a survey form
• Taking GPS enabled photographs with a cellular device
• Uploading survey and pictures online
Candidates must have the following:
• Reliable transportation
• Camera phone (with geo-location abilities)
• Personal computer with high-speed internet access
• Attention to detail
• Strong communication skills
A site visit takes from 5 to 15 minutes depending on the ease of accessing the location. A basic site visit does not require contact with personnel at the location. CES Pays $30 for each successfully completed site inspection. Depending on case volume, multiple site visits can be done in a single day. CES does not pay any transportation costs to get to and from any of the locations. CES will reimburse for transportation for site visits that are considered remote distant locations where an inspector is not available locally (over 50 miles).
Personnel applying for the positions must pass a background check and complete an online training program prior to being assigned to inspections.
This is PART TIME independent contractor work (1099). As such, this is a great opportunity for students, retirees, or house wives/moms for a supplemental income.
CES is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disabled.