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Marketing Representative (MLTC or Licensed Agency)

Company Overview

Compass Healthcare Consulting & Placement, a Permanent Placement Company is conducting a search for our client a well established and rapidly growing Managed Long Term Care Plan servicing NYC and Surrounding Areas.  The organization offers opportunity for professional growth in a friendly work environment.  Competitive Salary and Benefit Package. 

Job Summary

The Marketing Representative position requires marketing experience working for an Managed Long Term Care Plan (MLTC) in New York City, Westchester County or Long Island, New York.   The Marketing Representative is required to network with Home Care Agencies, Community Leaders, Providers and Facilities  and develop relationships with then which will increase community awareness.  Marketing Representatives must be familiar with and follow New York State Department of Health and Federal Guidelines as well as Company policies and procedures. 

Responsibilities and Duties

  • The Position of  Marketing Representative is responsible for the development of  a referral network, branding and overall positioning with providers and prospective members. He/she will develop and maintain relationships with health care providers, community-based organizations, the Local Department of Social Services, the New York City Human Resources Administration, faith-based organizations, local businesses, and key-decision makers. The Marketing Representative will also identify potentially eligible individuals and conduct high level screening for eligibility and assess interest in further evaluation by the Intake and Enrollment staff

  • Work as an intermediary between referral sources and Integra Intake and Enrollment departments to ensure that information concerning referred cases is appropriately distributed

  • Place and distribute marketing materials and conduct marketing presentations.

  • Respond to questions and inquiries regarding MLTC

  • Identify potentially eligible individuals and conduct high level screening for eligibility

  • Promote the MLTC program with primary care providers, health center office staff, other providers and community based organization staff.

  • Strengthen provider and member relations through specific marketing and education initiatives resulting in greater member retention and build community partnerships to assist with outreach and enrollment goals

  • Comply with the Marketing Plan and New York State, Federal and all regulatory requirements

Qualifications and Skills

  • Intimate knowledge of communities to be served and comfortable with travel in NYC boroughs
  • Have an understanding of and sensitivity to cultural diversity
  • Effective oral and written communication
  • Languages in High Demand: Spanish, Cantonese/Mandarin, Bengali, Haitian/Creole 


  • Bachelor’s degree preferred


  • Minimum of 2 years in a sales or marketing role with Managed Long Term Care or Home Care Agency 
  • Experience presenting to large groups of people.
  • NYS Life and Health Preferred although not necessary.

Full Time/Direct Hire, offering Competitive Salary and Benefit Package, including PTO, Medical Dental and Life Insurance. 

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