Be a Service Specialist at Advocate
is looking for a candidate with one to three years of experience in automated registration, scheduling or charging entry in a medical setting. The person must also have "excellent customer-focused behaviors," according to the Advocate Health Care website. On a rotating basis this position will assist in the scheduling, telephone operator service functions and the patient charge entry process to ensure a smooth and efficient business office services. A high school diploma is required to be considered. Click here to apply.
If you have a bachelor's degree in business or a related field —better yet, a master's degree—you may be a candidate for an open director of admissions position at the . The job includes achieving new student plans, working in a team that includes the campus' head of admissions, overseeing the hiring of admissions staff and helping with training and development, among other tasks. If you're looking for more details, peruse this job listing.
ProviNET Solutions, a division of Providence Life Services, is looking for a professional, dependable person to be its software support specialist. ProviNET Solutions is a full-service informations technology, or IT, company that offers a comprehensive spectrum of technology products and services. Based in , it reaches customers on a national scale. Candidates will be responsible for day-to-day support and testing clinical and financial software, the posting says. Ideal candidates should have stellar written and verbal communication skills and working knowledge of clinical work flows in long term care settings. A bachelor's degree in a related field is preferred. Applicants should follow this link.
A local family is looking for a nanny to fill the shoes of its current caretaker, who is moving out of state. The group includes a 20-month-old daughter and a soon-to-be born son. The mother says she will be on maternity leave for 12 weeks following her son's delivery, but she is hoping to have a nanny in place and working regular hours during her leave. Ideal candidates are nonsmokers who have their own car. "We are looking for a fun, active nanny," the job posting says. "We want someone that will want to play with our children working on their cognitive and motor skill development." The family guarantees at least 28 hours of work each week— 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday. Apply here.
All job opportunities were available as of 5 p.m. March 8.
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