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Unit Clerk - Marion/Malmo House

Unit Clerk
Regular Full-Time
Cent. Ctr for MH and Brain Inj
2014-05-13  Time: 23:59

Minimum: 23.77 per hour Maximum: 28.91 per hour
Within the Adult Inpatient Program, the Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program at the Centennial Centre for Mental Health and Brain Injury provides care and treatment for those individuals experiencing a severe and persistent mental illness to support recovery. You will be working within a client centered treatment approach, working within a psychosocial rehabilitation philosophy. You will also ensure effective operation of the unit when assuming designated responsibilities and contribute to the learning experience of students, staff and patients. Reporting to a Unit Manager, you work in alignment with Alberta Health Services bylaws, policies and procedures to provide clerical, receptionist and general office management duties associated with a psychosocial rehabilitation patient care unit(s). Your responsibilities will include: general reception, compiling relevant patient documentation, ensuring daily staffing compliment according to unit algorithms, verifying staffing details for payroll, entering and tracking patient and staff statistical data, typing a wide variety of correspondence, and utilizing various computer programs and database reports to retrieve data. You will liaise with other units/departments, maintain patient charts, unit files and inventory, and undertake other tasks as required.
- The successful candidate has demonstrated excellent interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written), is independent, well-organized and able to prioritize tasks effectively.
- Your ability to maintain composure and client-centered focus, while adapting to rapidly changing needs and demands is essential.
- You are proficient in use of computers and relevant programs and applications.
- A Unit Clerk certificate (with practicum component) from a recognized post secondary institution is preferred.
- Experience working on a psychiatric adult inpatient unit is desirable.


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