Receptionist

Universal Health Services El Paso , TX 79910

Posted 5 months ago

The Receptionist is responsible for greeting and assisting all visitors, answering the switchboard, documenting incoming deliveries, processing incoming and outgoing mail and providing clerical support as requested. In addition, the Receptionist prepares weekday deposits, prepares monthly statements for mailing, assists with various clerical duties and projects as assigned, and may assist with completing appropriate paperwork for new admissions during after-hours shifts if assigned as well as maintain the Receptionist schedule and serve as back up as needed.:: The hours are (3-11 PM SHIFTS & WEEKENDS)

Job Requirements

Education: High school graduate or equivalent preferred.

Experience: Two (2) years experience on a multi-line telephone switchboard, preferably in a heath care environment and any combination of education, training, or experience in a hospital environment.

Additional Requirements:
Successful completion of Handle With Care Training upon hire. Must have and maintain current CPR Certification (provided internally). May be required to work occasional overtime and flexible hours.:


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