Job Opportunities

We're hiring! Stubbe & Associates is a medical and vocational case management firm dedicated to providing the highest level of service in the most cost-effective manner possible. As we enter our next phase of growth, we're looking for suitably qualified and experienced individuals to join our team of fun-loving, hard-working professionals. Are you up for the challenge? Then check out our open positions below:

Stubbe & Associates, Inc. (SAI) is pleased to announce intent to hire On Call Triage Registered Nurses to add to our growing 24/7 Triage team. This is an after- hours; rotating weekend/holiday position. Seeking caring, intelligent and independent Workers Compensation Nurse Case Managers with experience in Triage, Workers Compensation or varied clinical experience. The focus is to respond to incoming calls from injured workers; triaging/assessing their injuries utilizing nursing skills and telephone protocols. Triage nurses determine the injured worker’s medical condition and care requirements based on information given and triage guidelines. Triage nurses provide recommendations to appropriate level of care per protocols. Applicants must be organized, an easy yet efficient communicator, confidently able to make sound clinical decisions with limited or obscure information. Applicants must possess a current nursing license. A background in Emergency/ Trauma Care, Orthopedic, and/or Occupational Health is preferred. Having knowledge of OSHA and telephone based clinical assessment techniques, with 3+ years of RN experience are a plus.

Stubbe & Associates is hiring professionals in Minnesota. QRC credentialing is required for handling Workers' Compensation injury files in the state of Minnesota. All interested candidates should apply.
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Seeking CRC Vocational Case Manager in Anchorage with previous Vocational Rehabilitation experience for Worker’s Compensation. Must possess current AWCB certification in order to receive referrals for vocational cases. Complete Reemployment Benefits Eligibility Evaluations based on current Alaska Workers Compensation Division rules for timely resolution of cases. Interview clients and employers; assess transferable work skills and Labor Market to determine client ability to work. Will complete SCODRDOT Job Analyses, may perform Ergonomic Evaluations on site with employees/employers to assess factors that may interfere with work, and determine appropriate use of tools, equipment, work methods, etc. If no transferable skills are identified, may also research, complete, and implement Reemployment Benefits Training Plans to ensure a positive outcome Work closely and communicate efficiently with Rehabilitation Benefits Administration, Insurance Claims, Medical, Employer and other Personnel.
Stubbe & Associates, Inc. (SAI) is pleased to announce intent to hire in the Northwest United States (AK, WA, OR, ID). SAI is a caring company, that fosters growth of their employees and practices daily the concept of Servant Leadership. Seeking caring, intelligent and independent WC Nurse Case Managers with experience to add to our team in the Northwest; focus is to provide services to assist injured workers with RTW as soon as possible by managing medical care thru all stages of treatment; developing effective Care Plans with the goal of preventing disability and assisting a return to gainful employment. Must be organized, and an excellent/efficient communicator with all members of the team in a WC case; possess State Licensure. Prefer prior Orthopedic, Occupational Health and proven effectiveness as a Nurse Case Manager, with 3+ yrs of experience and National Certification.
Vocational Case Manager needed for Worker’s Compensation and Long Term Disability claims. Complete Eligibility Evaluations based on current Oregon Administrative Rules. Interview clients and employers; assess transferable work skills and Labor Market to determine client ability to work. If no transferable skills are identified, may also research, complete, and implement Training Plans to ensure a positive outcome . Work closely and communicate efficiently with Insurance Claims, Medical, Employer and other Personnel. May complete Job Analyses and Ergonomic Evaluations on site with employers to determine essential job functions and appropriate use of tools, equipment, work methods, etc. Current CRC, CDMS, Oregon VR Certification, as well as previous Vocational Rehabilitation experience preferred.
To provide cost-effective, quality case management services to individuals receiving disability compensation with the goal of a quick and successful return to work or optimum level of functioning.
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