Salary Range: $16.66 - $22.98 Pay rates are determined based on experience and internal equity. Position Summary:
This position reports to the Director of Human Resources.
Plans, coordinates, and implements a variety of technical personnel work, and complex clerical tasks, most of which involve extensive computer use.
Demonstrates performance consistent with the mission, philosophy and goals of the department and organization; remains flexible to changing systems; is expected to demonstrate quality and effectiveness in work habits; and treats visitors, staff and physicians.
Must work well under stress or tight deadlines.
Must work well with supervisors, co-workers, patients/residents, family members and visitors.
Support of the District Mission and Values.
Uses position and job responsibilities as unique means for integrating values into the work process and for making a positive contribution to the organization’s cultural climate.
Demonstrate Respect, Professionalism and Courtesy to all patients, visitors, other providers, and coworkers, as delineated in the LVMC “Commitment to Care”.
Demonstrate C-I-CARE principles when communicating with others.
Performance Improvement Activities
Demonstrates awareness of opportunity for performance improvement.
Participates appropriately in continuing education and in-services. Seeks learning opportunities. Attends departmental meetings on a regular basis. Assumes responsibility for information communicated through departmental meetings.
Coordinates the on-boarding process for newly hired employees.
Assists with the administration of LVMC’s permissively self-insured workers’ compensation program.
Maintains employee HealthStream accounts.
Maintains LVMC’s uniform program.
Maintains LVMC’s staff master list.
Maintains outstanding monthly scholarship loan statements.
Process HR Mail (Incoming & Outgoing).
Oversees the proper credentialing of all allied health staff before such staff are permitted to work.
Plans or assists in planning employee functions such as the semi-annual Ceremonies of Champions.
Maintenance of HR files and filing systems.
Assist with departmental functions.
Exhibits knowledge of the fundamental principles and practices of human resources administration; basic research methodology and statistical techniques; laws and regulations regarding recruitment and selection procedures.
Maintains confidentiality of information acquired or overheard pertaining to patients, physicians, employees, and the business of LVMC.
Understands, interprets personnel policies and procedures; gathers, interprets, and analyzes data.
Performs complex clerical tasks including reviewing reports and other materials for proper format, grammar, and spelling.
Uses general office machines such as printer, copier, computer, I.D. camera, and folding machine in a safe and competent manner.
Complies with established hospital policies and procedures.
Coordinates work assignments appropriately to ensure completion of required activities.
Follows up on delegated tasks for quality and completeness.
Utilizes the appropriate chain of command for resolution of difficult issues.
Participates in orientation of new staff in the department.
Accepts responsibilities in a professional manner.
Promotes a positive work environment.
Demonstrates a professional, supportive attitude for the department staff.
Is receptive and responsive to new ideas.
Being flexible to changing systems.
Collaborates with others to achieve department and organizational goals.
Other Duties Assigned by Supervisor
The ability to communicate by telephone or in person in a clear and consistent manner.
The ability to keyboard and have fine motor skills.
The ability to utilize a variety of computer programs.
The ability to work with constant interruptions, and still complete work assigned.
The ability to be supervised.
The ability to work as a Team.
The ability to have positive personal interactions with staff, patients/residents and visitors.
Education: Graduation from high school or possession of a GED certificate; two years of college (AS or AA degree) desired.
Experience: Any combination of work experience, education and/or training which substantially demonstrates the ability to fulfill the requirements of the position. Typically, this would include two (2) years of higher education, or two (2) years of increasingly responsible clerical work.
Certifications: None required.
Skills/Ability: Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Exhibits the ability to organize work assignments and follow through with accuracy, exercises good judgment, demonstrates initiative, emotional stability, tact and poise.
LVMC reserves the right to modify the minimum requirements depending on the needs of the organization.