Responsible for the delivery of health records, interoffice mail, materials and supplies.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Customer Care & Relationships: Creates, develops, and nurtures culturally appropriate interactions and connections with each other, customer-owners, and the community. Communications & Teamwork: Shares and receives information, opinions, concerns, and feedback in a supportive manner. Works collaboratively by building bridges, and creating rapport with team members within departments and across the organization. Functions as a member of the Southcentral Foundation team by participating in staff meetings, training, planning and problem solving sessions. Ability to communicate effectively with adults including staff and customers in cross cultural situations. Effective verbal and written communication skills. Ability to follow written and oral instructions. Improvement & Innovation: Makes meaningful improvement to services, program, and processes and/or organizational effectiveness that creates new value for customer-owners and employees. Workforce Development Skills & Abilities: Seeks out additional learning opportunities to continue to develop the technical and professional skills needed now and in the future. Takes responsibility for all work activities and personal actions by following through on commitments. Moves materials between Main File Room, departments, programs, and other companies according to predetermined schedules and priorities. Keeps accurate and detailed delivery logs and records. Loads and unloads office supplies, tubs, hand trucks, equipment or other items as directed. Loads and unloads materials onto or from pallets, trays, racks, and shelves by hand. Loads materials into vehicles and installs strapping, bracing, or padding to prevent shifting or damage in transit. Moves materials from storage or work sites to designated areas. Arranges and moves office equipment, furniture, and cubicle dividers, tables and shelves. Sorts and delivers interoffice mail and health records. Stacks or assembles materials into bundles and bands bundles together. Loads, sorts, scans, picks up and delivers time sensitive, HIPPA protected health records. Purchases supplies from local stores with proper authorization. Ability to learn to access and enter information into computer based programs. Ability to maintain quality, safety and infection control standards.
SCF programs are established for the purpose of serving a primary population comprised of Alaska Natives who are affiliated with the Cook Inlet Region Inc. (CIRI), and Alaska Natives and American Indians within SCF’s geographical service area. Employees should have a thorough understanding of the cultures and the needs of the CIRI members, and of the general culture and needs of Alaska Natives and American Indians. Such knowledge is critical in order to ensure the achievement of the mission and vision of SCF: working together with the Native community to provide the best services with Native staff who value the family and family wellness as the heart of the Native community.
High School Diploma or GED, is preferred. At least eighteen (18) years of age. Valid Alaska driver’s license. No more than 3 moving traffic violations (as defined by Alaska Statutes Title 28) or 2 at-fault traffic accidents in the previous three (3) years. The driver must not have had a ‘Driving under the Influence’ (DUI) or ‘Driving While Intoxicated’ (DWI) violation in the past five (5) years.
Please complete an online application by clicking the 'Apply' button at the top/bottom of this page. For more information contact Human Resources via the SCF Contact page or (907) 729-4977 or Toll free at 1-800-478-3343
NATIVE PREFERENCE UNDER P.L. 93-638.
Preference will not be given unless certification is submitted to Human Resources (a copy is acceptable).