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MS Division of Medicaid Job Openings

This Mississippi Division of Medicaid (DOM) is currently hiring for the below positions. The hiring process is under the purview of the MS State Personnel Board (SPB). To apply, follow the links below associated with the position of interest. Job postings may take 2-3 days to appear on the SPB website. Please check the SPB website periodically for the advertisement(s) that are listed below.

Please note the opening and closing dates of the positions for which you are applying. Because of changes to the MS State Personnel Board’s recruitment process, applicants have to apply each time to be considered for a position.

If you have questions regarding these positions you may contact:

  • MS State Personnel Board: 601-359-1406
  • MS Division of Medicaid’s Human Resources Department: 601-359-6059

The DOM is an equal opportunity employer. If you are recommended for hire or promotion, you will be required to submit proof of the possession of the credentials (i.e. license, certification, official transcripts) that you listed on your State of Mississippi Application. DOM has the authority to verify that the information recorded on your application is true and correct.

Current Job Openings

Medicaid Specialist
Brandon Regional Office | 61-Rankin County | 2/18/2020 | $27,346.56
There are three positions to fill at the Brandon Regional Office. This is investigative work involving the interpretation of policy to determine Medicaid eligibility for families and children and aged, blind, and disabled individuals. The incumbent makes the initial and continuing determinations of eligibility for Medicaid recipients who live in private and institutional settings. Limited supervision is received from administrative supervisors who oversee a regional office or Central Enrollment Office.

Medicaid Specialist
Holly Springs Regional Office | 47-Marshall County | 2/18/2020 | $27,346.56
There is one position to fill at the Holly Springs Regional Office. This is investigative work involving the interpretation of policy to determine Medicaid eligibility for families and children and aged, blind, and disabled individuals. The incumbent makes the initial and continuing determinations of eligibility for Medicaid recipients who live in private and institutional settings. Limited supervision is received from administrative supervisors who oversee a regional office or Central Enrollment Office.

Administrative Assistant IV
Senatobia Regional Office | 69-Tate County | 2/18/2020 | $26,152,98
This is administrative work which involves assisting in formulating and directing the activities of an agency, division, institution, or department. Incumbents perform a variety of important administrative duties in developing and carrying out departmental programs. The work includes responsibility for analyzing administrative problems, and requires the exercise of a high degree of independent judgment in the establishment, interpretation, application and enforcement of statutes, rules, regulations, and policies. Incumbents work under the supervision of an agency, division, institution, or department head who assigns their duties or responsibilities and delegates authority. The work is subject to general review through conferences, post audits, personal inspections, and written reports for conformity with established policies and delineated areas of discretion.