Pre Enrollment LVN

Outreach and Enrollment Oakland, California
Salary: USD 30.10 - 45.15 Hourly



Position Description:  

The Pre-Enrollment LVN is a marketing support role that facilitates communication of skilled clinical care needs for new prospective PACE participants and supports company growth by utilizing clinical skills and clinical knowledge to facilitate validation of eligibility and achievement of enrollment targets.  

The Pre-Enrollment LVN, through home visits during the pre-enrollment period by meeting with prospective participants and families to assess home and safety concerns, gathering data regarding ADL and IADLs, functional and social environment, reviewing medical record and medications, and facilitating any documentation or signatures that may be required. The Pre-Enrollment LVN does not provide clinical care but must demonstrate clinical competency in the care of frail seniors. Nursing job duties are to meet the Nurse Practice Act, CMS PACE Regulations, Center for Elders’ Independence Code of Conduct, and professional education standards. The LVN may support other members of the Community Access and Development team, Pre-Enrollment RN with outreach activities as needed, examples of these may include identification of referral partners in the professional medical community (hospitals, physician offices, assisted living, long term care facilities), by visiting key community partners, providing educational in-services, and/or health fairs.   

 The Hourly rate for the Social Worker position at Center For Elders Independence is $30.10 - $45.15 per hr. Hourly rate based on the market for the Pre Enrollment LVN position, as well as experience, skills, abilities and work history.    
**SIGN ON BONUS: $2000**  

Conducts home visits as assigned, uses nursing expertise and judgement to perform home safety evaluations, medication reconciliation, ADL and IADL validation and ensures compliance with documentation and communication standards.
Assists team members in achieving monthly enrollment target
Supports Community Access and Development team relationships with key accounts by visiting them as assigned. Educates community members, potential participants and/or families / caregivers of the PACE program.
Promotes customer service with timely call backs, listening and understanding, good communication and a positive attitude.
Works and communicates effectively with the local center team, including Community Access and Development team, managers, directors, support staff and clinical staff.
Supports initiatives that impact referral and enrollment development. Enhances marketing efforts by providing input into development of new tools and messaging to external audiences.
Identifies and promotes educational opportunities relative to the PACE model of care; Assist and/or delivers educational presentations to referral partners.
Responds promptly to communication with Supervisor and other team members.
Practices the utmost confidentiality in the handling of patient information and medical records.
Complies with all HIPPA required protections for patient information and medical records.
Perform all other related duties as assigned.



Active LVN/LPN license and in good standing in the state of California.

Minimum of two years’ experience in community based/healthcare hospital or tertiary care, required. 

1-year minimum experience with the elderly population preferred.

Bilingual: Spanish/English or English/Cantonese/Mandarin, preferred. 

Demonstrates clinical competency and technical skills for the elderly patient population.

Excellent verbal and written communications including demonstrated strong interpersonal and presentation skills. 

Strong organizational and analytical/problem-solving skills in participant care environments.

Demonstrates knowledge and apply all regulatory requirements in completing in-home safety assessments, medication reconciliation, delegation of tasks and proper documentation.   

Must hold valid Drivers License, have reliable transportation and be able to provide proof of auto insurance 




 Ability to sit, stand, stoop, reach, lift (up to 10 pounds), bend, etc., hand and wrist dexterity to utilize computer.

May require travel to sites/program and special functions.

Environmental Conditions Critical to Performance:

Work duties may be required to be performed in the community, patient homes, or PACE Centers.

May have some exposure to outside environments while traveling.

When work is required in an office environment, climate is controlled through central air conditioning.


The above job description is intended to communicate the general function of the mentioned position and by no means shall be considered an exhaustive or complete outline of the specific tasks and functions that will be required.  CEI reserves the right to change job descriptions, site assignments, and or work hours as required by the needs of the program.  All employees are expected to perform their duties within their ability as required by the job and/or as requested by management. 








Center for Elders’ Independence is a PACE (Program of All- Inclusive Care for the Elderly) organization that uses an interdisciplinary team approach to care planning and care implementation for the purpose of providing high quality, affordable, integrated health care services to the elderly, including an Adult Day Health Center, and promoting autonomy, quality of life and the ability of individuals to live in their communities. Unlike other healthcare plans, CEI is not a "fee-for-service" plan. It is a “capitation” healthcare plan. CEI is paid a set amount for each person enrolled in our program, whether or not that individual seeks care. We are a growing company that offers stability and continues to thrive.