Cons: live too far from my job
A typical day for me begins by checking my emails and addressing any urgent matters as quickly as possible. I then check the staff (45 people) timecards to assure their time is correct. After that is completed, there can be various things I would have to work on such as special projects with the practice administrator, ordering supplies for staff members, ordering new furniture if necessary, contacting facilities, IT or bio-medical engineers to address any issues, order housekeeping supplies, create any flyers if necessary, update staff with any information, attend to meetings and keep minutes, arrange meetings or luncheons or assuring certain bills are sent off to accounts payable for they can be paid off.
I have learned a lot working at this organization. I have learned how to multi-task, how to work with payroll/Kronos, gained more knowledge in Excel and most importantly how to make sure that our patients leave the clinic satisfied.
At my current place of employment, everyone especially management, makes my day very enjoyable. The work is fair and I feel like we are heard when we need to address something. My day can be busy, but my manager and co-workers makes my day go by smoothly. They are very understanding, patient and makes me feel appreciated.
I believe with my organization and ability to multi-task, it makes my job manageable. There is nothing that I can say is the hard about my job.
The most enjoyable part of my job is when I know I have done something to keep the practice running. It can be from making sure a computer is fixed so it can be utilized by a doctor to see patients to ordering the supplies needed to continue patient care.