ACDM SPECIAL PROJECTS COORDINATOR
Houston Methodist Research Institute 515 reviews - Houston, TX

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JOB SUMMARY

This position is responsible for timely coordination and completion of special projects and departmental support duties as assigned by the Administrator.

PATIENT AGE GROUP SERVED

Not applicable.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Work with the Chair to develop, coordinate and support global activities for the department. Activities include the following: departmental policies and procedures, departmental meetings, departmental calendars, departmental confidential records, departmental conference scheduling, , and departmental facility issues.

2. Work under the direction of the Chair and Faculty to coordinate conferences and meetings, and coordinate the visits of visiting guest faculty.

3. Work with the Research Institute Administration to provide and update faculty profiles.

4. Coordinate travel and travel reimbursement for the Chair and faculty.

5. Complete all special projects as assigned by the Chair.

6. Perform all duties in accordance with the mission, philosophy, and established procedures of the Department of Cardiovascular Sciences.

7. Perform all duties in accordance with the mission, philosophy, and established procedures of TMHRI.

8. Perform other duties as assigned.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

High school or GED.

Associate degree preferred.

One year of college plus six years of progressive work experience may be substituted for the associate degree.

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

1. Six years of clinical business support experience in a healthcare setting.

2. One year of credentialing experience.

3. One year of administrative support experience in a healthcare setting.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES AND REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED

Not applicable.

SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

1. Excellent written and oral communication skills.

2. Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills especially when resolving urgent issues.

3. Knowledge of medical terminology.

4. Knowledge of medical clinic and academic office environment. Ability to work with physicians, patients, executives, and others in a professional, courteous and effective manner.

5. Knowledge of insurance and contracting.

6. Excellent computer skills including working knowledge of Microsoft word processing and spreadsheet, and presentation software applications.

7. Excellent business writing skills.

8. Good skills in publishing programs, using scanners and digital cameras.

9. Ability to multi-task and work under pressure with time constraints.

10. Ability to work independently with minimal or no supervision.

11. Must be creative and results-oriented.

12. Must have well-developed skills using independent judgment.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT

Work is performed indoors in an office setting.

This position is responsible for timely coordination and completion of special projects and departmental support duties as assigned by the Administrator.

PATIENT AGE GROUP SERVED

Not applicable.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Work with the Chair to develop, coordinate and support global activities for the department. Activities include the following: departmental policies and procedures, departmental meetings, departmental calendars, departmental confidential records, departmental conference scheduling, , and departmental facility issues.

2. Work under the direction of the Chair and Faculty to coordinate conferences and meetings, and coordinate the visits of visiting guest faculty.

3. Work with the Research Institute Administration to provide and update faculty profiles.

4. Coordinate travel and travel reimbursement for the Chair and faculty.

5. Complete all special projects as assigned by the Chair.

6. Perform all duties in accordance with the mission, philosophy, and established procedures of the Department of Cardiovascular Sciences.

7. Perform all duties in accordance with the mission, philosophy, and established procedures of TMHRI.

8. Perform other duties as assigned."/>
High school or GED.

Associate degree preferred.

One year of college plus six years of progressive work experience may be substituted for the associate degree.

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

1. Six years of clinical business support experience in a healthcare setting.

2. One year of credentialing experience.

3. One year of administrative support experience in a healthcare setting.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES AND REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED

Not applicable.

SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

1. Excellent written and oral communication skills.

2. Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills especially when resolving urgent issues.

3. Knowledge of medical terminology.

4. Knowledge of medical clinic and academic office environment. Ability to work with physicians, patients, executives, and others in a professional, courteous and effective manner.

5. Knowledge of insurance and contracting.

6. Excellent computer skills including working knowledge of Microsoft word processing and spreadsheet, and presentation software applications.

7. Excellent business writing skills.

8. Good skills in publishing programs, using scanners and digital cameras.

9. Ability to multi-task and work under pressure with time constraints.

10. Ability to work independently with minimal or no supervision.

11. Must be creative and results-oriented.

12. Must have well-developed skills using independent judgment.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT

Work is performed indoors in an office setting."/>
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