||Clinic Office Manager
||Non-Instructional Academic Staff
||$44,000-47,000 (39,600-42,300 adjusted for .9 FTE)
|Terms of Employment:
||12-month Annual, Fixed Term-Renewable
||The Administrative Specialist is primarily responsible for Student Health Services. In addition to the financial program support duties, the Administrative Specialist (AS) coordinates the front desk/reception and medical record functions, and participates in various Student Health Center committee/work groups. This position is also assists in the staffing (recruitment, hiring) and training of administrative staff. As part of the Administrative team, the AS provides direct service via front desk coverage, answering phones and web mail to insure adequate patient service.
% of time Duties / Responsibilities
60% Administration of Student Health Center
1. Maintains documentation for all budgetary items, travel expenses, continuing medical education log, quotes, invoices, forms,
2. Responsible for student employee employment forms; verify and approve all student payroll.
3. Develop and revise Student Health Center (SHC) forms as needed.
4. Develop, revise, and maintain all financial policies for the SHC.
5. Develop and prepare statistical and financial reports.
6. Facilitate registration and travel for conferences/professional development for the Director, Medical Director and SHC staff. Maintain log of employee travel expenses.
7. Assist the Director of SHC with on boarding of new SHC staff by coordinating workstation assignments, role permissions, voicemail activation, orientation to campus resources. Work with Human Resources to schedule orientation. Follow up with new employee throughout the year regarding administrative processes to ensure smooth administrative transition to employee’s first year at SHC. Report any concerns to Director and/or Human Resources.
8. Maintain distribution lists for all SHC staff.
9. Manage and maintain administrative, financial and communication records according to state and federal guidelines.
10. Facilitate marketing for SHC services.
11. Accountable for managing all budgetary transactions within the department.
12. Maintains accurate financial spreadsheets and prepare reports for various meetings.
13. Maintains authority for VISA card purchasing and reconciliation of accounts (VISA and Vendor).
14. Responsible for Bursar charges, any third party billing, daily cash collection, reconciliation, and deposit.
15. Generate invoices and interdepartmental transfers for services provided.
16. Address patient service-related issues, billing concerns and general questions.
20% Provision of Direct Service
1. Provide direct service to students, faculty/staff, parents, and community members by answering phones and assisting patients at the reception desk.
2. Coordinate all check-in and registration services for SHC patients.
3. Insure proper signage in the patient care service areas.
4. Assist with agency emergency situations according to SHC policy and procedure.
5. Other direct patient service tasks as assigned.
1. Work collaboratively with other university departments and community agencies as required.
2. Maintain inventory of office supplies.
3. Arrange repairs/maintenance for office and clinic equipment.
4. Other duties as assigned.
||• Excellent written and spoken communication skills with attention to customer satisfaction.
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, internet and electronic mail.
• One year minimum of experience in financial account reconciliation.
• Associate degree in Business, Finance, Accounting or related field.
• Current CPR certification or the ability to obtain within one month of hire.
||• Knowledge of medical terminology.
• Experience with coding, billing and insurance processes.
• Bachelor’s degree in related field.
• Proactive planning and independent problem-solving skills.
• Experience with use of electronic medical records.
• Willingness and ability to work independently and complete multiple tasks with frequent interruptions.
Applicants must submit the following documents using the online application:
Resume, cover letter, and 3 professional references
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Campus Security Authority (Clery Act)
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