Dhhs Scheduling Coordinator

State Of Nebraska Kearney , NE 68845

Posted 2 months ago

Description

Position is located in a centralized scheduling unit at a large NDVA facility, responsible for scheduling a large number of employees in multiple classes for multiple shifts. Under general supervision, is responsible to develop and coordinate direct care and nursing personnel staffing schedules, prepare vacation posting schedules, coordinate the day to day staff schedule.

Central Nebraska Veterans Home 4510 E. 56th St., Kearney, NE 68847

Mon-Fri 8:00am-4:30pm

Examples of Work

Coordinate day to day nursing staffing schedules for three nursing shifts to ensure that required staff is on duty to provide quality care to our Veterans. This includes receiving and acting upon employee requests for leave, staff reassignment between units, contacting on-call staff, and contacting and/or directing employees to work overtime and communicating with mangers about scheduling gaps.

Development and coordination of staffing schedules; assist with preparation of vacation posting schedules per the Labor Contract; compile records, review data; schedule employees to attend required training and in-service training. Answer phones and assist CNVH staff with questions.

Qualifications / Requirements

REQUIREMENTS: Two years experience or training in office work and interacting with people including working with computers and computer applications, monitoring and tracking information, exchanging information, and applying policies and procedures.

PREFERRED:Familiar with Microsoft Word and Excel is preferred. Knowledge of medical terminology is preferred.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Ability to work under pressure and deadlines, interpret and apply policies and procedures, communicate effectively to individuals; analyze a situation and select the appropriate course of action, set personal work priorities. Knowledge of word processing and data systems and applications.



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Dhhs Scheduling Coordinator

State Of Nebraska