Purpose of Job: Improve the overall health of the communities we serve and expand the availability of health care by assisting one of the departments below as follows:
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Finance:
Performs department scanning including, but not limited to, check runs, book-close supporting documents, employee reimbursements, accounts payable batches, and ad hoc scanning projects.
Assists with processing daily receipts from all CHAS Health sites, and reconciling them to the practice management reports for Medical, Dental, and Pharmacy.
Assists in daily cash reconciliation process.
Conducts research projects on various state and federal laws and regulations.
Reviews and draft documents, agreements and contracts.
Assists with audits conducted by Compliance and Risk Management departments.
Assists with organization of data and documentation filing.
Assists with administrative duties related to benefits, recruitment, learning and development, other departmental activities.
Assists with audits conducted by Workforce Development department.
Researches, collects data, and completes written reports for special projects.
Completes assigned projects thoroughly and within given parameters.
Communicates effectively with stakeholders.
Assists with clinic-based operational tasks and projects as assigned.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Finance: At least six months experience in an administrative environment preferred. Must be currently enrolled as a full time college student pursuing a degree in Business, Healthcare Administration, or related field.
Legal: At least six months experience in an administrative environment preferred. Must have juris doctorate degree or be currently enrolled in juris doctorate degree program.
Workforce Development & Operations: At least six months experience in an administrative environment preferred. Must be currently enrolled as a full time college student pursuing a degree in Business, Healthcare Administration, Human Resources, or related field.
Self-motivated with ability to work independently and as part of a team, excellent time management and organizational skills, strong written and oral communication skills, intermediate Microsoft Office knowledge (Word, PowerPoint, Excel), exceptional understanding of confidentiality.
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