Licensing Specialist

Job Location(s) US-GA-Alpharetta
Posted Date 6 days ago(6/21/2022 8:05 AM)
Job ID
Company, LLC
Administrative / Clerical


Our company,, is a growth leader in the healthcare staffing industry nationally.  This means we are constantly adding new jobs, and that means there is plenty of room for you here. Locum Tenens is a Latin phrase meaning, “to hold the place of.” When hospitals are understaffed, they rely on us to find them the right temporary physicians on demand.  Our services assure that patients get the care they need.  We are a Jackson Healthcare company, the third largest healthcare staff­ing company in the U.S., serving more than 7 million patients in over 1,400 healthcare facilities.


CVO Licensing Specialist is responsible for providing exceptional customer service to clients, setting goals, objectives and obtaining initial state medical license, CSR or renewals for providers as requested.

Duties to include:
• The partial completion of state licensing applications to be sent to Providers for completion before being sent to the State Boards.
• Types and assembles letters, memos, and reports.
• Answers questions and directs telephone calls and visitors.
• Assumes responsibility for preparing and maintaining assigned records and reports.
• Prepares documents as needed. Assembles and maintains statistical data.
• Performs and oversees specific projects and programs as assigned.
• Assumes responsibility for the effective performance of assigned licensing functions.
• Requesting license applications as required and pre-populates prior to sending applications to provider for completion.
• Preparing and transmitting all required documents for delivery and tracking using Fed Ex or Express Mail.
• Requesting checks as necessary for verifications and fees associated with licensing file.
• Following up with tracking, verification contacts, Provider, and state boards during the process.
• Attending weekly team meetings as required and updating team on assigned bookings.
• Notifying appropriate clients, and/or associates during the licensing process and when license are granted.
• Updating database and scanning documents into the document management system as necessary to maintain current information.
• Serving as a liaison between provider and medical board forging a relationship that expedites provider's medical license.


High school graduate or equivalent. Some college preferred. The selected candidate will be:
• Extremely proficient with the Internet, Email as well as Microsoft Word and Excel.
• Self-motivated, detail-oriented individual with strong administrative skills and experience.
• Have 1 year experience in assisting healthcare professionals with obtaining and maintaining proper professional licensure.
• Proficient typing skills. Excellent written and communication skills
• Good interpersonal and public relations skills. Solid analytical, creative, and problem-solving abilities. Project management skills and well organized. Able to work well independently.
• Able to assist, direct, and coordinate others.

EEO Statement is an EEO/AA Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race,color,religion,sexual orientation,gender,gender identity and expression,national origin,age,disability or protected veteran status. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all of our associates.


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