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Medicaid Specialist

High School 2 Year

One of the essential requirements for this job is that you have passed High School. To be considered for this job, you need to have at least 24 months of experience in the same field. Although the job is based in Long, it is a remote position that allows you to work from anywhere that suits you. If you're interested in pursuing a job that offers more creativity and innovation, full time work might be a good choice. You can negotiate your salary with the employer based on the company's approach to employee job engagement and motivation. The job vacancy named Medicaid Specialist was announced on January 14, 2024, and it will no longer be accessible after April 13, 2024.

Come join the remote work revolution!

Eldercare Resource Planning is rapidly expanding and looking for full time Medicaid Specialists to join our growing company! We offer a fully remote work culture allowing you to work from your own home office anywhere in North America.

Who are we?

At Eldercare Resource Planning, we are a team of Medicaid Planning professionals dedicated to improving the quality of life for elders and their families. We help families navigate through the Medicaid application process, from start to finish, to achieve financial assistance for long-term care. We believe in creating a work environment that provides growth potential within the company, while fostering the goals of each individual, both personal and professional.

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About the role:

We are seeking a Medicaid Specialist who will play a vital role in the company by working closely with the clients to plan for and submit an individual’s Medicaid application for long-term care assistance. The position requires a resourceful, self-directed team player capable of handling multiple tasks, including research, meeting with and communicating with clients via email/phone, collecting required application materials and drafting documents. This person will be supported by an Administrative Assistant and will report to the Medicaid Team Manager.

Job description:

The goal of the Medicaid Specialist is to facilitate the successful approval of an individual’s Medicaid application. The Medicaid Specialist will be expected to learn the federal, state and county eligibility guidelines for Medicaid long-term care benefits. The position requires detailed attention to project management as well as providing the best possible experience for the client.

Key Responsibilities:

The scope of the role is primarily focused around supporting clients through the complicated Medicaid application process. In this role you will:

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  • Responsible for strategic Medicaid eligibility planning and management of a caseload of 10-40 Applicants (depending on experience)
  • Facilitate the onboarding of new clients by reviewing their Intake Questionnaire, completing financial calculations and conducting the client Intake call
  • Assess the Applicant’s household and financial situation to identifythe best path to eligibility
  • Oversee all client requests and ensure that the client’s needs and questions are responded to in a timely manner
  • Work with the client, and other team members, to develop and implement a comprehensive eligibility strategy
  • Conduct state and county-specific research related to Medicaid application procedures
  • Collect required Medicaid documents from the client (pdfs, jpegs and other electronic files)
  • Complete forms, draft documents, and submit required application paperwork
  • Send and receive faxed documents electronically
  • Schedule appointments utilizing Google Calendar
  • Delegate and manage tasks for the Administrative Assistant
  • Communicate directly with Medicaid agencies and caseworkers
  • Receive and send “snail mail” using online mail services
  • Follow company policies to ensure client information is transmitted securely
  • Attend weekly Medicaid team meetings to stay informed about processes and procedures
  • May provide other tasks as needed


  • High school diploma or equivalent degree is required
  • Experience and knowledge of Medicaid eligibility and long-term care benefits strongly preferred
  • Ability to prioritize and manage several milestones and projects efficiently
  • Experience with understanding financial statements, financial assets, bank statements and work in Microsoft excel strongly preferred
  • Professional written and verbal skills are essential when communicating with clients
  • Ability to navigate in an Entrepreneurial environment with rapid growth
  • Ability to work independently as a remote team member with previous remote work experience strongly preferred
  • A resourceful and proactive problem solver
  • Ability to work well with a team to promote company initiatives

What we offer:

  • Starting compensation $18/hour with advancement and growth opportunities
  • Career track to become a Certified Medicaid Planner™
  • Paid time off
  • 9 company paid holidays
  • Company contribution towards individual medical coverage
  • Flexible schedule while working completely remotely
  • Comprehensive training and continued education
  • Computer hardware provided
  • Eldercare Resource Planning, LLC is authorized to do business in many, but not all, states. If you are not located in or able to work from a state where ERP is registered, you will not be eligible for employment. Please speak with your recruiter to learn more about where ERP is registered.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $18.00 per hour


  • Flexible schedule
  • Paid time off


  • 8 hour shift
  • Monday to Friday

Work setting:

  • Remote


  • High school or equivalent (Required)


  • Medicaid: 2 years (Required)
  • Microsoft Excel: 2 years (Required)

Work Location: Remote

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