1199SEIU Employment Center & Job Security Fund
In health care facilities, such as Ambulatory Care Centers and hospitals, clerical workers are responsible for maintaining the accuracy and security of confidential patient health records.
They greet clients and manage paperwork such as patient history forms as well as admission and discharge documents.
Clerical work ensures that an office runs smoothly.
High quality customer service results in high levels of patient satisfaction.
Responsibilities also involve day-to-day administrative tasks such as answering phones, sorting mail, filing, data entry, filing records and relaying messages.
Most positions include a comprehensive Union benefits package and competitive salaries.
If you are searching for work in the clerical area, our Employment Service can assist you in obtaining employment in the following job titles: Access Service Representative Admitting Clerk Ambulatory Care Clerk Business Associate Business Office Cashier Clerk Concierge Customer Service Representative Dietary Clerk Laboratory Aide/Clerk Library Assistant Medical Records Clerk Patient Account Associate Patient Navigator Patient Representative Patient Service Associate Receptionist Telephone/Switchboard Operator Translator/Interpreter Tumor Registrar Ward Clerk/Unit Clerk/Unit Sec WIC Clerk Please note: All positions are in hospitals and nursing homes.
These facilities are open 24 hours/7 days each week.
General shift availability: Days (7a-3p or 8a-4p) Evenings (3p-11p or 4p-12a) Nights (11p-7a or 12a-8a) Every other weekend is usually required for all positions.