Director Of Placement Job Description Sample
Director Of Vocation And Placement
Director of Vocation and Placement Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PA), United States 15206
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary seeks a Director of Vocation and Placement who will be responsible for assisting current and prospective students in vocational discernment and ministry placement. The Director works collaboratively with faculty, staff, and denominational/church partners on behalf of students.
VOCATION & FORMATION
Work collaboratively with the Director of Enrollment and Retention in assisting prospective students with vocational discernment for enrollment.
Work collaboratively with Director of Field Education in assessing the formational aspects of student field work experiences.
Work collaboratively with Director of Church Planting, World Mission Initiative and Metro-Urban Institute in exploring community engagement aspects of formation.
Accompany students in creating and completing vocational reflections in alignment with curricular requirements
Develop/manage vocational discernment support structures for student retention.
Manage student placement opportunities and monitor ministry placements.
Knowledge of and a willingness to understand denominational structures.
Accompany students in creating and completing their vocational milestones.
Field and manage ministry opportunities for student placements.
Assist students with interviewing skills, resume/PIF writing and congregational discernment.
Serve as liaison between the Seminary and denominational structures for ministry preparation.
Ability to help prospective students discern calls to ministry and other forms of Christian vocation.
Commitment to exploring wide vocational opportunities for students.
Knowledge of and a willingness to understand denominational structures.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Strong organizational skills, a self-starter, creative, prayerful, and able to work collaboratively.
Willingness to be accessible and to work evenings on occasion.
MA/M.Div. degree from an accredited seminary or divinity school
Minimum of 7 years of experience in ministry.
Ordination in PCUSA or related Christian tradition.
Minimum of 1 unit of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE)
Individual or Group Spiritual Direction experience
Knowledge of Christian denominational structures and ordination requirements
Knowledge and experience doing vocational assessment and planning with individuals and/or groups, understands how to assess strengths, familiar with various skill and personality inventories
Community engagement experience, i.e. parachurch and other non-profit entities
Ability to link theological education to diverse forms of ministry
This job description is intended as a summary of the primary responsibilities of and qualifications for this position. The job description is not intended as inclusive of all duties an individual in this position might be asked to perform or of all qualifications that may be required either now or in the future.
EXPECTATION FOR ALL EMPLOYEES:
Support the mission of the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary by participating in God's ongoing mission in the world. Pittsburgh Theological Seminary is a community of Christ joining in the Spirit's work of forming and equipping both people for ministries familiar and yet to unfold and communities present and yet to be gathered.
Abide by the current laws and organizational policies and procedures designed and implemented to promote an environment that is free of harassment and other forms of illegal discriminatory behavior in the work place
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
The Seminary affirms the commitment of the Presbyterian Church (USA) to a diverse workplace and equal opportunity. It also complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws and executive orders relating to equal opportunity in employment.
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Interested candidates should provide a cover letter, a complete CV or resume, and the names and contact information (phone and e-mail) for three references. Application materials should be submitted to the Director of Vocation and Placement Search Committee at email@example.com.
The search committee will begin its review of applications on July 17, 2018. Applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled. Pittsburgh Theological Seminary will conduct a background check on all final candidates.
Organization: Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
Contact: Karen McMahon
Closing Date: 08/01/18
Patient Placement Coordinator - Patient Placement Center (Rotating)
Associate's degree or equivalent and two years related experience.
The Patient Placement Coordinator collects and analyzes data on patient admissions, transfers and bed availability in specified clinical areas to improve patient care and maximize bed utilization.
The salary range for this position is from $37,120 to $55,680 annually, commensurate with experience.
This is a Pay Band Code CS13.
Specific Job Related Duties
Identify and assign beds for all admissions from various access points to include: the Emergency Department, Day Surgery, Ambulatory Clinics, pre-admission and same day admissions, from home, transfer from ICU as well as interfaculty hospital direct admissions through the Transfer Center.
Responsible for facilitating patient assignments and communicates regularly with the Clinical Operations Administrator (COA) all bed placement need issues so that they can address promptly.
Perform data entry of patient accounts, including but not limited to, correct admission source, admit reason, correct treating service/team, correct admitting and attending faculty and resident as well as correct admission status.
Enters admission status orders into the EPIC electronic medical record.
Answers calls and provides high level customer service in all interaction with internal and external customers.
Maintains patient confidentiality regarding access to patient and other clinical information via email, computer and fax.
Addresses concerns of patients and provides service recovery and escalates issues to appropriate chain of command as needed.
Enters bed request and bed assignment information into the ED EPIC Track Board for prompt communication of bed placements.
Monitors census and bed clean status in the Bed Track system and coordinates request for STAT cleans as required.
Provides department Director, Assistant Director or designee updates regarding placement needs.
Is able to cross function to facilitate interfacility transfers in the absence of the Transfer Coordinator to ensure interfaciltiy transfer referrals as well as transfers from the Emergency Department are in compliance with EMTALA regulations.
Adheres to internal controls and reporting structure.
Must be willing to work rotating shifts, including weekends and holidays.
Preferred Work Experience
Experience with patient bed placement, patient registration, or other related experience in a medical environment preferred.
Training/experience with EPIC preferred.
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Job Type:* Regular
Job Title:* Patient Placement Coordinator - Patient Placement Center (rotating)
Job ID:* 60651
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Interim & Placement Of Director Of Nursing - PA, MD, NJ, NY, VA
Be part of a progressive team that values independence and the creative use and development of your skills! We are expanding our network of Directors of Nursing to fill interim and permanent vacancies at our long term care client sites.
LW Consulting, Inc. has exciting opportunities for results oriented, innovative, professionals with a record of proven leadership within the nursing facility or Assisted Living/memory Care settings.
Many of our interim assignments include travel that is reimbursable. If you are looking for a great opportunity to use your skills on an as-needed basis, ask us about our independent contracting or temporary, part time employee opportunities.
If you are interested in interim and permanent opportunities, please submit your resume and rate requirements.
Our ideal candidates have a current license to provide service in one of the following states: PA, NJ,MD, NY or VA. We look for a dynamic leaders with proven healthcare management capabilities to guide a team of caring professionals dedicated to making a compelling difference in the lives of our client’s residents.
Placement Verification Specialist
Duties and Responsibilities:
Exemplify and support ECA's focus to out-behave and lead the industry
Contact employers and/or graduates by telephone to verify employment.
Document verification results in CS Portal.
Assess and makes determination on the quality of graduate data submitted by campus Career Services Offices for accuracy and compliance with company, accreditation, and state guidelines/standards.
Use tracking tools to document unverified placements; communicate with campus Director of Career Development.
Adjust priorities to changing situations
Anticipates and avoids problems; manages risks
Produce work of the highest quality while meeting deadlines
Operates with the highest levels of customer service when communicating with employers, graduates and campus CS personnel.
Special projects as necessary.
Other duties as required
Minimum Job Requirements:
- Associate's Degree required; Bachelor's degree in a related discipline is preferred with a minimum of 3 years of related experience required
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:
Experience in placement verification, compliance, and/or administrative assistant experience required.
Experience working with higher education database systems preferred
Experience with Excel, Outlook, and Word required
Strong phone/email communication skills
Strong attention to detail
Ability to prioritize and multi-task
Ability to work a flexible schedule including evening hours
Perform well under pressure and meet deadlines
Highest level of integrity and professionalism in aspects of the position
Bilingual (Spanish) preferred
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Patient Placement Rep - Central Patient Placement
The Patient Placement Representative assigns all Bay care patients accurately and appropriately by adhering to Patient Placement Guidelines, Safety and Infection Control. This position demonstrates comprehensive understanding and proficiency of Tele Tracking?s Pre-admit tracking and Soarian emphasizing global throughput the health system.
Using excellent customer service skills, team work, time management skills and flexibility to enhances the patient experience. Must be able to take on new assignments throughout the shift and perform other duties as assigned. Required Specific Skills includes Soarian/Teletracking.Certifications and LicensuresNone Required
EducationRequiredHigh School or Equivalent
Healthcare in related field
Specific SkillsRequiredComputer skills appropriate to position
RequiredCustomer service skills
RequiredMedical terminology use and understanding
RequiredCritical thinking skills
RequiredWork with a team
RequiredKnowledge of regulatory standards appropriate to position
RequiredAdministrative and clerical skills
Registered Nurse (Rn) Patient Placement Coordinator - Nights- Sign ON Bonus / Relocation Assistance Available
With more than 110 sites across Central Texas, St. David's HealthCare includes seven of the area's leading hospitals and is one of the largest health systems in Texas. The organization was recognized with a Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award—the nation's highest presidential honor for performance excellence—in 2014. St. David's HealthCare is the third-largest private employer in the Austin area, with more than 8,700 employees.
St. David's HealthCare is a unique partnership between hospital management company HCA and two local non-profits—St. David's Foundation and Georgetown Health Foundation. The proceeds from the operations of the hospitals fund the foundations, which, in turn, invest those dollars back into the community. Since the inception of St. David's HealthCare in 1996, more than $269 million have been given back to the community to improve the health and healthcare of people in Central Texas.
The ONE CALL Center Transfer Nurse is responsible for triage of patients to an appropriate HCA Central & West Texas Division hospital through IP and ED transfers and Direct Admissions.
Responsible for accepting and tracking all hospital patient transfers and transports. Must be proficient in EMTALA and document all transfers on transfer intake sheet.
The Transfer Nurse is responsible for completing the feedback loop regarding successful/unsuccessful patient transfer to receiving facility and any status changes during that transfer
Communicates with physicians and their offices and outlying facilities if bed placement of a specific patient will be problematic. Uses critical thinking skills to determine the best course of action which will be satisfactory to the patient, the physician, and the hospital.
Works collaboratively with other team members as required to develop and implement the plan of care.
Consults with on-call physician and/or urgent care physicians on patient care and advice when appropriate.
Establishes and maintains a high degree of awareness and knowledge of each CWT Division hospital's medical staff, services, and specialty services.
Makes suggestions and utilizes creative thinking and acquired knowledge to assist in assessing situations and improving department decision-making and action.
Proficient in running Teletracking, Bed Management and other Call and office-oriented systems as needed.
Provides assistance in maintaining accurate database of information.
Assists in data collection, monitoring, evaluation, and analyzing of triage problems for the purpose of developing and implementing protocols, policies and procedures.
Exhibits excellent customer relationship skills, including telephone and personal contact with all of the call center's internal and external customer groups, i.e.,CWT Division hospitals, referral hospitals, clinics, physicians and their office staffs, EMS, etc.
Deals effectively with unsatisfied customers using STUDOR principals.
Confidentiality is maintained in sensitive situations or when dealing with classified materials.
Transfer Center, Access Center, Call Center, Emergency Room, ER, Emergency Department, Emergency Dept, Emergency Services, ED, Critical Care, Intensive Care, ICU, CCU, CVICU, MICU, SICU, NTICU, Medical Telemetry, Med-Tele, Medical Surgical, Med-Surg, Step-down, Stroke, Neuroscience, Neuro, Trauma, Cardiac, Telemetry, Cardiology, Vascular, Progressive Care, PCU, Intermediate Care Unit, IMU, IMCU, IMC, Perioperative Services, Surgery, Operating Room, OR, CVOR, PACU, Recovery, Same Day Surgery, SDS, Pre/Post-Op, Endoscopy, Post Op, Surgical, Cardiac Catheterization Lab, Cath Lab, IR, Interventional Radiology, CCL, Women Services, CDU, Clinical Decision Unit, Observation Unit, Obs, Chest Pain, ED Holding, Urgent Care, UCC, Freestanding, FSED, FSER, House Supervisor, Case Management, Case Mgmt., Case Manager, Case Mgr., Trauma, GI Lab, Float Pool, PICU, Neonatal, NICU, Informatics
Required: Current Texas RN licensure
Required: Graduation from an accredited ADN or Diploma program
Minimum 2 years ER, acute care experience or critical care experience
5 years of Med Surg experience
3 years of Case Management, House Supervisor, IMC/Tele, OR or Pre-Op experience
Previous telephone triage experience preferred
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills including diplomatic and friendly telephone manner and use of professional vocabulary
Ability to self manage by taking responsibility to initiate, assess and take action
Ability to function calmly in stressful situations
Knowledge of CWT Division hospital services lines and clinical capabilities
Proven basic typing skills, 30 wpm
Basic personal computer skills
Positive, enthusiastic, helpful personality
Customer service oriented
Physical requirements include the ability to sit for extended periods of time and work in a confined space
The Placement Coordinator (PC) works under the general supervision of the Admission/ Placement Coordinator. Performs routine consultative services and technical assistance work related to individuals moving from State Supported Living Centers to community settings. The PC is responsible for facilitating the Community Living Discharge Planning (CLDP) process and developing the transition plan. Serves as a resource to interdisciplinary team members, community providers and Local Authority staff and provides expertise in the area of the community transition process. Assists with admissions, transfers, discharges, and other duties as assigned. May train others. Works under moderate supervision with limited latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Other duties may be required which are reasonably related to the essential or marginal functions of the position. Essential Job Functions:
1.Consults with the facility Qualified Intellectual Disability Professionals and other interdisciplinary team members regarding the identification of needed supports and services for individuals referred for community transition. Provides expertise in the area of community transition; serving as a liaison to staff, community organizations, or the general public to assist in explaining program specifics and requirements. (10%) 2. Participates in and serves as a resource to the interdisciplinary team members in planning meetings related to community referrals, transition planning meetings, etc. Ensures the timely and thorough completion of required documentation within specified timelines. (10%) 3. Assists in scheduling and ensuring needed in-services are provided to potential providers prior to individuals visiting community homes for trial visits and community transition. (10%) 4. Reviews discipline transition assessments (medical, behavioral health, dental, vocational, etc.) and develops a draft transition plan for distribution to the individual, LAR, other interdisciplinary team members, community provider and LA in preparation for the CLDP meeting. Collaborates with disciplines to address inconsistencies or issues identified in the assessments. (15%) 5. Schedules, facilitates, and provides support and collaboration in the planning and development of the CLDP identifying community supports and services for persons transitioning from the SSLC to a community setting. Assures completion of the CLDP and distribution to the individual, LAR, community provider and LA prior to transition to the community. (40%) 6. May assist in developing policy and procedure manuals, assists in the preparation of administrative reports, studies, and specialized projects. (5%) 7. May train others. (5%) 8. Performs related work as assigned. (5%) Other duties as assigned include but are not limited to actively participating and/or serving in a supporting role to meet the agency's obligations for disaster response and/or recovery or Continuity of Operations (COOP) activation. Such participation may require an alternate shift pattern assignment and/or location. Knowledge Skills Abilities:
Ability to prepare reports and communicate effectively orally and in writing. Ability to work professionally with individudals with intellectual disabilities, family members, staff, community providers and others.
Knowledge of DADS community programs including ICF/ID and waiver programs. Ability to gather, assemble, correlate, and analyze facts and to devise solutions to problems. Computer skills in WORD, EXCEL, and other Microsoft Office products.
Able to effectively handle multiple responsibilities and plan work activities. Registration or Licensure
N/A Initial Selection Criteria:
A Bachelor's degree with a major in a human services field and one year of experience working with individuals with intellectual disabilities. Preferred knowledge of community ICF/IID and HCS waiver programs.
Position requires a valid Driver's License. Additional Information:
Salary Note: The salary offered will follow HHS starting salary guidelines which are typically made at or near the minimum of the salary range.
Applicants must pass a fingerprint criminal background check, pre-employment drug screen, and registry checks including the Client Abuse/Neglect Reporting System (CANRS), Nurse Aide, Medication Aide and Employee Misconduct and HHS OIG List of Excluded Individuals/Entities. Males between the ages of 18 – 25 must be registered with the Selective Service. All State Supported Living Center employees are subject to Random drug testing.
Flexibility in work hours may be required for this position. The position may be required to work overtime and/or extended hours. Note: Military occupation(s) that relate to the initial selection criteria and registration or licensure requirements for this position may include: 4C0X1, 68X, 230X, MED10, 4C0X1, 42SX. For more information see the Texas State Auditor's Military Crosswalk at http://www.hr.sao.state.tx.us/Compensation/JobDescriptions.aspx.Req #376259MOS Code:
HHS agencies use E-Verify. You must bring your I-9 documentation with you on your first day of work.
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In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), HHS agencies will provide reasonable accommodation during the hiring and selection process for qualified individuals with a disability. If you need assistance completing the on-line application, contact the HHS Employee Service Center at 1-888-894-4747. If you are contacted for an interview and need accommodation to participate in the interview process, please notify the person scheduling the interview.
Permanent Placement Recruiter
Are you someone who always pushes yourself to achieve more and leaves nothing on the table? Do you have the desire to win and to engage both candidates and clients?
If so, we are interested in you! Manpower seeks a Regional Permanent Placement Recruiter in your market. The Regional Permanent Placement Recruiter is responsible for driving successful sales and recruitment strategies through consultative client and candidate engagement.
Take your career to the next level working for the global leader in workforce solutions and professional resourcing!
Drive permanent placement revenue within a specific geography and area of discipline such as Advanced Manufacturing, Industrial Operations, Skill Trades, Professional Services, and Sales & Marketing.
Collaborate with Market Lead Team to achieve regional sales goals.
Actively prospect for new business opportunities and negotiate terms of business with client companies.
Consult with client companies on effective recruitment hiring strategies and solutions.
Develop and execute sourcing and recruitment strategies through social media, networking, and go-to market direct-recruitment efforts to attract 'best fit' talent to meet client hiring objectives.
Proactively recruit and on-going development of candidate network.
Effectively guide client and candidate through interview, salary negotiations, and post-hire transition.
Bachelor's degree or equivalency of education and work experience
At least two years permanent placement/direct-hire recruitment experience
ManpowerGroup is an EOE/AA/Vets/Disabled Employer
Registered Nurse RN Bed Placement
One of the most experienced and comprehensive medical centers in Kansas! Wesley is the hospital of choice for thousands of people in Kansas and northern Oklahoma. Their preference for Wesley extends well beyond the high quality medical services Wesley offers. it includes the spirit of intensive caring that inspires and guides everyone who works at Wesley medical Center. Wesley medical Center is an acute-care center licensed for 760 beds and 102 bassinets. As a leader in overall recommend care, Wesley treats more than 24,000 patients annually and delivers more than 6,000 babies - more than any hospital in a 13 state region. Wesley provides the most extensive emergency network in Wichita with the Wesley ER, Wesley West ER, Wesley Woodlawn ER and Wesley Derby ER. Founded in 1912 by a regional organization of the Methodist Church, Wesley has been an HCA facility since 1985. Wesley owns and operates Wesley Woodlawn Hospital, WESLEYCare and Pediatric Center of Kansas.
Wesley is proud to have earned an "A" rating in the most recent Leapfrog Hospital Safety Score report!
The RN Direct Admit serves as a clinical liaison to physicians and hospital representatives requesting either physician consultation or expressing the need for a patient transfer or direct admit to Wesley Medical Center. Facilitates communication of administrative and clinical data to the accepting physician, the Patient Access Center (PTAC) and the nursing unit. Participates in the assignment of the appropriate level of care and placement (bedding) of the ED, transferred and/or direct admit patient.
Delivers patient-centered nursing care in accordance with standards of care defined by Wesley Medical Center
Applies excellent telephonic customer service skills
Acquires and maintains current knowledge in nursing practice and education
Ensures proper utilization of hospital resources and level of care
Assesses relevant clinical and age-related information (all ages) to assist in timely appropriate bed assignments
Contributes to the professional development of peers, colleagues and others
Intervenes to resolve system problems that delay delivery of patient care
Considers safety and cost effectiveness when delivering patient care
Decisions and actions on behalf of patients are determined in an ethical manner
Participates in the improvement of operational functions of the department
Establishes and maintains effective and respectful communication in development of all collaborative relationships
Evaluates and participates in opportunities for outstanding service to all customers and accepts responsibility in partnership that is equally respectful to everyone
Ability to utilize critical thinking and problem solving skills to identify, interpret, and access appropriate resources in patient specific scenario(s)
Integrates results of performance improvement activities to improve patient outcomes, utilization of hospital resources and length of stay
Takes telephone orders from the admitting physician as required, includes level of care for direct and ED admissions
Performs teletracker assignment; admitting patients to the next clinically appropriate available bed
Coordinates with the dispatch service any EMTALA transfer calls
Coordinates screening of acute care hospital transfer requests
Facilitates acute care hospital transfer agreements for individual patients
Screens and indexes patient documents received in the fax server
Links faxed documents to the patient financial account or to receiving unit as required
Coordinates special bed requests (including tracking and return to vendors)
Required Registration, Licensure or Certification
- Current Licensure in the State of Kansas as a Registered Professional Nurse (RN)
- Current Basic Life Support (BLS) verification course, as specified in policy
Required Education or Experience
- Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing
- 3 years of recent clinical experience
Preferred Education or Experience
- 3 years of recent critical care or case management experience
Required Knowledge and Skills
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively
Possess personal computer skills
Ability to multi-task, delegate and prioritize
Ability to collaborate with other health care providers
Demonstrates exceptional telephone customer service skills
Preferred Knowledge and Skills
- Knowledge of medical necessity criteria
Assigned by market(s). The Placement Specialist is accountable to oversee the Bed Management at all centers within the market and the Reservation Process of all incoming patient inquiries while balancing census and qmix goals with quality of care needs.
The Placement Specialist is responsible for the steady, smooth flow of patient inquiries through the Genesis Network in a timely and seamless manner while achieving or exceeding target acceptances times.
The Placement Specialist directly accepts patient referrals following a complete financial and clinical case review and/or supports the Clinical Admissions Director who makes and communicates acceptance decisions.
The Placement Specialist is measured based on market performance specifically volume of episodes, acceptance rate, conversion rate, and market share.
The Placement Specialist, if qualified, may perform the responsibilities of a Stationary Clinical Admissions Director on an as-needed basis.
1.Responds to all referrals and inquiries in a professional manner. This may include but is not limited to selling the network, explaining finances, communicating intake information, and transfer of information to appropriate facility/entity for scheduling of admission/appointments.
2.Monitors all incoming electronic discharges. Assures Episodes and Referrals are entered, prioritized and accurately completed in all applicable systems.
3.Ensures all patient eligibility verifications are completed on incoming patients and escalates cases that require further review to appropriate party. Cases that require further review include but are not limited to: coverage gaps, high co-pays, other.
4.Ensures all pre-authorizations are scheduled and/or completed for all Managed Care/Insurance incoming episodes.
5.Possesses current knowledge of the capabilities and services of all nursing centers in the Genesis Network and ensures that centers within the assigned market (s) are compliant with the online Facility Capabilities.
6.Makes "select" Placement Decisions and communicates directly to patient, family or caregiver and referral source. Markets services and capabilities of center (s) to inquirers.
7.Collaborates with Center Admissions Staff to ensure Bed Management is up-to-date reflecting all known patient reservations, census, forecasted discharges as well as all centers' capabilities and limitations.
8.Makes recommendations on patient transfers to optimize bed utilization and revenue management for center and across the market portfolio of centers.
9.May escalate roadblocks to placement to appropriate Regional/Area Management.
10. Follows-up on all referrals and inquiries at specified intervals for the purpose of measuring customer satisfaction as well as tracking of changing customer needs.
11. Completes intake process, coordinates appropriate service delivery and ensures all pre-admission information is accurate and complete for hand-off to Center Admission Director and initiation of patient medical record.
12. Monitors referral until closure. Updates outcome real-time.
13. Supports Clinical Admissions Directors by monitoring incoming requests, managing patient flow, proactively managing hospital relationships on a daily basis.
14. Demonstrates highest quality customer service and maintains a positive working relationship with all referral sources/customers, Genesis Centers and Service entities.
15. Provides 24/7 coverage of the line via on call duty as part of a rotation with other CareLine personnel.
16. Reverts to downtime procedure when system not available.
17. Represents Genesis in a professional manner at all times.
18. Performs other related duties as assigned
SPECIFIC EDUCATIONAL/VOCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: 1. An Associate's Degree in healthcare administration, business administration or computer services is preferred.
A Bachelor's Degree in healthcare administration, business administration or computer science is preferred. 2. Or, three years experience in an office or customer service or healthcare registration / intake/admission position required. Call Center experience preferred.
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