Community Health Worker



201-500 employees

Data & analytics for healthcare

Data & Analytics

$72,000 - $85,500


Junior, Mid

Chicago, IL, USA

Required Skills
  • Master’s Degree in Social Work, Public Health, or equivalent experience
  • Proficiency in using technology for remote support and comfortable with virtual communication platforms
  • Strong problem-solving skills with a creative approach to healthcare challenges
  • Adaptability to change, excellent organizational skills, ability to work independently
  • Strong communication skills, cultural competency, and a commitment to serving diverse and underserved populations
  • Familiarity with the Greater Chicago area and its community resources with residence within commutable distance of Chicago and willingness to travel within surrounding counties
  • Valid driver’s license and insured vehicle access
  • Educating members on preventative care, particularly in behavioral health and mental wellness
  • Virtually or in-person support for members' health needs, including short-term interventions and collaborative care management
  • Conducting proactive outreach and maintaining engagement with members, especially those with high needs, to help them achieve their health goals
  • Documenting member interactions and organizing this information efficiently
  • Making necessary referrals to the care team for additional medical or social resources
  • Conducting thorough needs assessments with patients in various settings and assisting with health-related social issues
  • Helping patients set and reach health goals, addressing social determinants of health, and assisting in patient coaching
  • Creating and updating a directory of local community resources
  • Managing relationships with healthcare facility providers and working closely with the care team
  • Expanding knowledge of community resources and building relationships with these organizations
  • Serving as a liaison between services, aiding in care coordination, and advocating for clients
  • Attending community events for outreach and education
  • Teaching patients how to use the Nuna app and providing critical feedback from the field to the Nuna product team
  • Navigating various technology systems for detailed and accurate documentation of patient encounters
  • Supporting both in-person and virtual patient interactions through phone or video visits

Nuna's mission is to help make high-quality healthcare affordable and accessible for everyone. They do this by building data solutions for healthcare payers and providers to measure and improve their cost and quality outcomes.

Company Stage

Series B

Total Funding



San Francisco, California



Growth & Insights

6 month growth


1 year growth


2 year growth



Medical, vision, and dental coverage

401(k) plans with company matching

Commuter subsidies

Flexible work-from-home policy

Discretionary time off

Free meals and snacks

Clubs for hikers, the LGBTQIAP+ community, bookworms, karaoke stars, and more

Tech Talks on timely healthcare and technology topics

Presentations given by industry leaders

Create Days (company-wide “hackathons” to solve problems at Nuna and give back to our community)

Fitness discounts and reimbursements

Onsite massages - Weekly meditation sessions guided by Nuna yogis

Team fitness challenges (bike rides, marathons, 7-Minute Workouts, and more)