Patient Clerical Assistant Sr/UKHC
Patient Clerical Assistant Sr/UKHCRequisition Number:
PCA Sr. – Chandler Emergency Dept.Department Name:
H3100:Emergency ServicesWork Location:
Lexington, KYGrade Level:
$12.50-20.00/hourType of Position:
StaffPosition Time Status :
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2 yrsRequired License/Registration/Certification:
This position requires regularly sitting at a computer workstation for extended periods of time and performing tasks with repetitive motions (such as typing); intermittently standing or walking with objects weighing up to 10 pounds; and occasionally standing or walking with objects weighing up to 25 pounds, and lifting, pushing, and/or pulling objects weighing up to 50 pounds. Also involves some exposure to risk of injury from moving, lifting, or positioning patients, equipment, or materials, and exposure to loud noises, blood-borne or airborne pathogens, and combative/violent people.Shift:
Must be able to work three 12.5-hour shifts per week; shifts may include days, evenings, nights, and/or swing. Will also be required to work some weekends and holidays.Job Summary:
The Senior Patient Clerical Assistant acts as a liaison between patient clerical assistants and the management of Emergency Services. Will also greet and provide direction to staff, families and visitors entering the hospital. Also responsible for all patient clerical duties as well as ordering needed clerical supplies, and has some responsibility for scheduling.Skills / Knowledge / Abilities:
Basic administrative skills such as receptionist abilities (including phone, keyboarding, filing, and fax machine skills); knowledge of medical terminology; and interpersonal skills.Does this position have supervisory responsibilities? :
Two years of college education and experience working in a medical clerical setting preferred.Deadline to Apply:
02/23/2021University Community of Inclusion:
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