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At ACHC we hire only the best. As a non-profit company with a rapidly growing customer base, our philosophy is innovation, honesty, and quite simply, excellence. Our industry mindset coupled with our small-size atmosphere affords us the ability to provide a competitive salary along with 100% paid Medical, Dental, and Vision benefits for individuals. If you’re a goal-oriented individual who would like to experience the ACHC difference, we’d love to have you join our team. 

Available Opportunities:



Accreditation Manager – DMEPOS, RX, and Sleep Programs

ACHC is currently seeking an outstanding candidate to join our team as the Accreditation Manager.  The Accreditation Manager provides direction and oversight to the day to day operations of the Accreditation Department. 

Responsibilities:
  • • Maintain knowledge of applicable CMS regulations to ensure ACHC is meeting all accreditation requirements.
  • • Develop and maintain all ACHC accreditation policies and procedures.
  • • Develop and maintain all regulatory letters meeting CMS requirements.
  • • Ensure accuracy and sign all accreditation decision letters to providers.
  • • Manage and organize department operations to utilize skills and maximize staff efficiency.
  • • Provide oversight of day to day performance of the accreditation staff to ensure staff performs duties within appropriate productivity standards.
  • • Ensure accreditation staff completes all functions of the accreditation process within the specified time frames.
  • • Provide oversight to accreditation staff to ensure customer correspondence is conducted in a timely and appropriate manner.
  • • Establish and maintain relationships with current and potential customers to promote ACHC.
  • • Maintain relationships with existing customers to increase customer satisfaction and encourage renewal of accreditation contracts.
  • • Hold departmental meetings as needed to ensure compliance with established policies and work instructions, communication and team participation between department personnel.
  • • Adhere to established strategic plans and quality objectives within department and ensure accountability of department personnel in following plans and objectives.
  • • Monitor actual department expenditures compared to budgeted amounts.
  • • Identify training or educational needs within Accreditation and prepare materials to address specific issues.
  • • Recommend policies and work instructions for areas of responsibility that will accomplish ISO quality standards.
  • • Monitor departmental resources and make recommendations when additional resources are required.
  • • Conduct evaluations of departmental personnel on an annual basis and as needed.
  • • Approve department personnel PTO.
  • • Review and approve surveyor expense reports.

Job Requirements:

  • • Bachelor’s Degree preferred with a minimum of four years of extensive practical, appropriate work experience, preferably in the health care industry, or Associates Degree with five plus years of relevant work experience.
  • • Relevant work experience in evaluation and quality monitoring through licensure and/or accreditation is preferred.
  • • Minimum three years in a supervisory/management position preferred.
  • • Experience working with computer systems with proficient use of database and other office system programs.
  • • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, detail oriented with good organizational skills.
  • • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • • Customer service experience required. 
Qualified candidates who meet the above requirements should send resume and salary requirements to employment@achc.org

Accreditation Commission for Health Care is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Accreditation Manager – Home Health, Hospice, and Private Duty Programs

ACHC is currently seeking an outstanding candidate to join our team as the Accreditation Manager.  The Accreditation Manager provides direction and oversight to the day to day operations of the Accreditation Department. 

Responsibilities:
  • • Maintain knowledge of applicable CMS regulations to ensure ACHC is meeting all accreditation requirements.
  • • Develop and maintain all ACHC accreditation policies and procedures.
  • • Develop and maintain all regulatory letters meeting CMS requirements.
  • • Ensure accuracy and sign all accreditation decision letters to providers.
  • • Manage and organize department operations to utilize skills and maximize staff efficiency.
  • • Provide oversight of day to day performance of the accreditation staff to ensure staff performs duties within appropriate productivity standards.
  • • Ensure accreditation staff completes all functions of the accreditation process within the specified time frames.
  • • Provide oversight to accreditation staff to ensure customer correspondence is conducted in a timely and appropriate manner.
  • • Establish and maintain relationships with current and potential customers to promote ACHC.
  • • Maintain relationships with existing customers to increase customer satisfaction and encourage renewal of accreditation contracts.
  • • Hold departmental meetings as needed to ensure compliance with established policies and work instructions, communication and team participation between department personnel.
  • • Adhere to established strategic plans and quality objectives within department and ensure accountability of department personnel in following plans and objectives.
  • • Monitor actual department expenditures compared to budgeted amounts.
  • • Identify training or educational needs within Accreditation and prepare materials to address specific issues.
  • • Recommend policies and work instructions for areas of responsibility that will accomplish ISO quality standards.
  • • Monitor departmental resources and make recommendations when additional resources are required.
  • • Conduct evaluations of departmental personnel on an annual basis and as needed.
  • • Approve department personnel PTO.
  • • Review and approve surveyor expense reports.

Job Requirements:

  • • Bachelor’s Degree preferred with a minimum of four years of extensive practical, appropriate work experience, preferably in the health care industry, or Associates Degree with five plus years of relevant work experience.
  • • Relevant work experience in evaluation and quality monitoring through licensure and/or accreditation is preferred.
  • • Minimum three years in a supervisory/management position preferred.
  • • Experience working with computer systems with proficient use of database and other office system programs.
  • • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, detail oriented with good organizational skills.
  • • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • • Customer service experience required. 
Qualified candidates who meet the above requirements should send resume and salary requirements to employment@achc.org

Accreditation Commission for Health Care is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Contract Home Health & Hospice Surveyors

ACHC is currently recruiting Contract Home Health & Hospice Surveyors.  Qualified candidates must have worked in the home health and/or the hospice industries.

Candidate must possess the following qualifications:

  • • Registered Nurse with a BSN Degree (Master’s preferred)
  • • Minimum of 5 years home health and/or hospice experience & 3 years management experience preferred
  • • Minimum of 3 years of experience preparing a home health or hospice agency for accreditation or state surveys and extensive knowledge of Medicare CoPs
  • • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to collaborate with staff and other surveyors
  • • Required to complete a minimum of 2 surveys per month.
  • • Ability to travel frequently via car and plane

Qualified candidates who meet the above requirements should send resume and salary requirements to: employment@achc.org

Accreditation Commission for Health Care is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Account Advisor

ACHC is currently recruiting an Account Advisor.  This position performs duties to support and accomplish the accreditation process for all accreditation programs.

Responsibilities include:

  • • Provides Customer Service support to all clients from first point of inquiry through all phases of the accreditation process for all programs.
  • • Processes accreditation documents through all phases of the process within established time frames listed in this position description and in accordance with established policies and related Work Instructions.
  • • Scores data collection documents and develops clear, concise summary of findings, including appropriate recommendations to customers.
  • • Reads and understands all program standards and accreditation policies and procedures.
  • • Reviews and recommends changes to department policies and associated control documents to maintain the integrity of departmental processes.
  • • Revises policies and control documents, as assigned.
  • • Performs other related duties, as assigned.

Job Requirements:

  • • Minimum two-year Associates Degree (Bachelors preferred) in a business related field with three years of relevant work experience in a business setting, or a high school education with a minimum of five years of relevant work experience in a business setting.
  • • Experience working with computer systems with proficient use of database and other office system programs.
  • • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, detail oriented with good organizational skills.
  • • Strong oral and written communication skills.
  • • Customer service experience required.

Qualified candidates who meet the above requirements should send resumes to employment@achc.org.

Accreditation Commission for Health Care is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 


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