Clinic Administration Officer (Medical Receptionist) – (MEL000027)
Proudly Australian, Sonic HealthPlus is the largest provider of corporate medicine in the country. With a national network of wholly owned metropolitan and remote clinics, we deliver Occupational Health, General Practice and integrated medical, paramedical and wellness services to both large and small corporate and community groups.
ABOUT THE ROLE
We are currently seeking a Clinic Administration Officer to join our Melbourne CBD Clinic, VIC, on a Permanent Part-Time basis, working 22.5 hours a week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday). Reporting directly to the Practice Manager, this position will provide the successful candidate with the opportunity to manage a variety of tasks and customer demands.
The responsibilities for this position include but are not limited to:
Reception and general administration duties
Processing medical bookings
Administering health questionnaires
Conducting preliminary medical assessments
The successful candidate will be well organised and have great administration skills with excellent customer service and interpersonal skills together with the following:
An “eye’ for detail and a desire to provide the best quality service to all staff and clients
Previous medical/clinical experience and/or receptionist experience will be highly regarded
On the job training will be provided to the successful candidate
WHY JOIN US?
Access via Parliament train station
Cafes and restaurants
Ongoing training and development
Stable, reputable national healthcare provider (part of the global Sonic Healthcare)
Paid parental leave
Employee Rewards Program – including significant retail discounts and offers
Numerous discounts including travel, gym membership and health insurance options
Discounted fees for various medical services e.g. pathology, radiology and travel health
Employee Assistance Program
Focus on corporate social responsibility e.g. fundraising, supporting community events
Subject to eligibility criteria
At Sonic HealthPlus we offer a positive workplace culture, close team networks and a supportive work environment. We encourage our employees to have an enjoyable and rewarding career with an Equal Opportunity Employer that values and encourages social and cultural diversity. We strongly encourage Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people to apply.
HOW TO APPLY
As part of our pre-employment process, preferred candidates must provide a National Police Clearance conducted within the last 3 months.
Short listing for this position will commence immediately. You are encouraged to apply promptly as applications will close when suitable applicants are obtained.
PRIMARY LOCATION: AU-VIC-Melbourne
JOB POSTING: 23-Dec-2020