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General Support - Clinical
St. Paul Health Centre
NZ STPAUL HC Emergency
2012-11-27 Time: 23:59
As Per Rotation
Minimum: 23.08 per hour Maximum: 28.07 per hour
Under limited supervision, the Unit Clerk is responsible for transcribing Physicians’ orders, and performing clerical and receptionist duties for the nursing unit including the booking of procedures and surgeries. The Unit Clerk is instrumental in facilitating communication between nursing and other health disciplines, departments, patients and families, and in maintaining confidentiality of patient information. The position is a major asset to the smooth and efficient operation of the nursing unit.
Grade 12 and completion of a recognized Unit Clerk Course or equivalent education. Skills will include medical terminology, telephone and receptionist skills, computer experience and competency, experience in processing medical orders is preferred. Current Emergency Department experience preferred. Possess verbal and written fluency in English. Demonstrated ability to prioritize. Must be able to cope with frequent interruptions, and work under pressure in a stressful environment. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with patients, visitors, and hospital personnel required. Demonstrated basic computer skills an asset.
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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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