The Dept of Cardiothoracic Surgery is seeking an accomplished Administrative Associate to provide key support to four faculty within the Division of Pediatric Cardiac Surgery with minimal direction, will perform a variety of operational and administrative duties including, but not limited to the following, independently resolve problems, draft correspondence, and respond to and redirect inquiries to the appropriate staff as needed. Identify issues of importance to the Director. Coordinate complex travel and meeting arrangements. Process expense reimbursements and other payments and purchases related to the Division through both SU/LPCH. Maintain patient chart and filing system. Manage a complex calendar, schedule professional obligations both within and outside the university. Screen telephone calls and mail. Maintain core documents. Cross cover patient scheduling, coordinate all fetal appointments, prepare pre-op binders and send patient packets out to families.
Serve as liaison and point of contact for the satellite surgical programs in Oakland, Sacramento, and Madera, CA.
Minimum of 2 years in a healthcare setting, as a surgery scheduler or clinical coordinator, working with patients and their families preferred. Two-year college degree or equivalent preferred. Medical terminology, word processing, drafting of correspondence, and heavy contact with patients and the public is desired. Experience preferred with other desktop applications including Excel, Access, and Power Point. Accustomed to working with little or no direction and occasionally with tight deadlines. The ability to be flexible and work with changing priorities and frequent interruptions. Professional presentation, pleasant demeanor with a highly developed customer service skills.
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