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Career Opportunities

Highly qualified and motivated professionals

Cornerstone is nationwide, join our highly motivated team of expert consultants, striving to provide support to managers and providers to deliver the best care.

See the below job opportunities we currently have available.

Care Consultant

As a Care Consultant, you will be responsible for ensuring the smooth and efficient running of care processes and systems, as well as ensuring compliance with regulatory standards. You will manage teams, conduct quality audits, and review care systems and processes to identify areas for improvement.


  • Manage teams: You will be responsible for managing a team of care professionals, ensuring that they are trained and motivated to provide high-quality care to patients. This will include assigning tasks, monitoring progress, providing feedback, and coaching as needed.
  • Conduct quality audits: You will conduct regular quality audits of care processes and systems to identify any issues and recommend solutions. This will include reviewing patient files, observing care processes, and interviewing staff and patients.
  • Review care systems and processes: You will review care systems and processes to ensure that they are effective and efficient, and identify areas for improvement. This may include reviewing electronic medical records, analyzing data, and observing care processes.
  • Ensure compliance with regulatory standards: You will ensure that all care processes and systems are in compliance with regulatory standards and guidelines. This will include monitoring changes in regulations and implementing changes as needed.
  • Develop and implement care plans: You will develop and implement care plans for patients, in collaboration with other care professionals. This will include assessing patient needs, developing treatment plans, and monitoring progress.
  • Monitor and report on care outcomes: You will monitor and report on care outcomes, including patient satisfaction, quality of care, and other performance metrics. You will use this data to identify areas for improvement and make recommendations for changes to care processes and systems.


  • Bachelor's degree in nursing, healthcare management, or a related field.
  • At least 5 years of experience in healthcare, with a focus on quality improvement, process management, and team management.
  • Strong analytical skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Knowledge of regulatory standards and guidelines for healthcare.
  • Familiarity with electronic medical records and other healthcare technology.
  • Certification in healthcare quality or a related field is a plus.

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