Nature of position:
The Receptionist/MOA is the first point of contact for youth and families who come to the Centre. Welcoming, personable and calm personality are a must. Other duties will include a variety of administrative, secretarial and general clerical duties such as screening and prioritizing incoming correspondence, maintaining appointment calendars for designated staff. Performs reception, and receives and processes intake referrals, answers routine inquiries, billing and books appointments. Maintains client charts and filing systems through electronic medical records system (EMR), and monitors and orders office and clinic supplies, and cleans and sterilizes medical equipment as required.
Qualifications (education and experience):
Grade 12, plus Medical Office Assistant course from a recognized institution. Should have three (3) years recent, related experience, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Required skills (knowledge and skills):
This position requires use of personal vehicle.
This position requires Union membership.
Shift/Schedule/Hours per week: Temporary full time: 35/hrs
Grid Level: 10
Application deadline: September 25th 2020
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