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Temporary Full Time
U of A Hospital
UA-Surgical Suite Reg-EDM
2012-11-28 Time: 23:59
Minimum: 23.08 per hour Maximum: 28.07 per hour
Fulfills a variety of secretarial responsibilities for the Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine.
Provides day-to-day administrative and secretarial support to all staff (Physicians, Research Assistants, other Secretaries, etc) within the Department. This could include faxing, typing, phoning for information and transcribing clinical and administrative reports and documents including minutes for the Office Staff meetings as required.
General Reception duties include but not limited to prioritization and responding to telephone and walk in inquiries.
Completion of Grade 12, post secondary secretarial/administration certificate or equivalent an asset. Thorough knowledge of computers and various software (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Visio, Microsoft Exchange), excellent time management skills, ability to multi-task, strong teamwork skills, minimum typing speed of 50 wpm, excellent formatting, grammar, syntax and proof reading skills, excellent customer service skills and personal initiative required for this position. Interest and general knowledge of the medical/surgical setting would be considered an asset. An ability to work independently with minimal direction is essential.
AHS values the diversity of the people and communities we serve, and is committed
to attracting, engaging and developing a diverse and inclusive workforce.
Please submit one application for each position desired as copies of applications will not be submitted for multiple postings on your behalf. Applications must include skills and ability for the position, since selection is based on information provided in the application. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Thank you for applying with the AHS!
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