Lead Telephony Operator
Arkansas Children's Hospital - Little Rock, AR

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Position Summary
Serving as the voice of care, love and hope to the front door of the organization, the Telephony Operator Lead embraces the ACH Service Theme and lends a prompt and friendly voice to the organizations’ patients, families, visitors and staff members. With an unparalleled willingness to help, Behavioral and Service Standards set the precedence of commitment to work with other departments to bestow the first ray of hope to Arkansas’ most precious resource—our children, without regard to their ability or inability to communicate.

Position Duties

1.
Provides Telecommunications Operator Support
  • Utilizes computer telephony integration applications to answer incoming calls.
  • Responds to requests and inquiries in a professional and knowledgeable manner
  • Demonstrates excellent customer service skills in a support role by utilizing available training tools, CTI applications, and past experience.
  • Exercises proper telephone etiquette by identifying department and self with no more than four (4) valid complaints per year.
  • Determines the priority or urgency of incoming calls by utilizing listening skills effectively and routes the call to the appropriate person.
  • Processes calls for after hour physician answering services
  • Updates staff directory profiles and call schedule information in the CTI database.
  • Assumes after hour call
  • Assists management with staff scheduling
  • Management may assign other duties associated with the position commensurate with the employee’s abilities.

2.
Assists EHS and Clinical Staff with Initiating Critical Life Safety Protocols
  • Primary responder to ACH Emergency Codes
  • Communicates all critical and emergency information to appropriate personnel using CTI applications
  • Monitors hospital gas and fire alarm panels. Communicates problems with appropriate personnel when necessary

3.
Uses Interpersonal Skills To Function With Team Members
  • Demonstrates behavior that promotes a positive work environment
  • Displays a professional and positive attitude when communicating with management, co-workers and staff members with no more than three (3) valid complaints per year.

4.
Demonstrates Professional Performance
  • Takes on leadership role in the absence of management
  • Learns and practices cost effective use of department resources.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of and follows hospital and departmental policy and procedures; seeks clarification as needed.
  • Interaction and communication with patients and their families reflect a basic understanding of age-specific issues
  • Utilizes available communication tools to remain informed.
  • Attends all mandatory meetings and participates in a positive and cooperative manner
  • Completes (6) Chex courses per year related to current role and responsibilities.
  • Incorporates knowledge and skills gained through experience and training into daily practice.
  • Shares knowledge and expertise with other departmental staff members.
  • Works closely with management to ensure continuity of departmental protocols across all shifts

5.
Maintains Office Equipment In Good Working Order
  • Reports malfunctioning equipment, phone repairs, CTI system problems, safety concerns, supply needs and problem solves as necessary with management.
  • Assists in maintaining a clean, safe, and efficient work environment
  • Maintains a clean work station and reports malfunctioning equipment and phone repairs to appropriate personnel

Position Qualifications

Education Requirements

High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
Required

Certificate from college program or technical school Field of Study: IT Healthcare or Business Analysis Note: College degree or College credit hours preferred.
Preferred

Experience Requirements

3 years total experience required • •
which includes 3 years of telephony/customer service experience

Required

3 years physician answering service experience preferred experience
Preferred

Skill Requirements

Data Entry @ 6000ksph/10% error rate required
Required

Basic PC knowledge and keyboarding skills required
Required

Ability to identify CTI system problems required
Required

Critical thinking and problem solving skill required
Required

Excellent communication skills required
Required

Must be available to work different shifts
Required

Working knowledge of MS Office preferred
Preferred

3 years using computer telephony integration applications preferred
Preferred

Must be willing to take on leadership training and meet other departmental needs
Preferred

Physical Requirements

Physical Activity - Stand
Occasionally

Physical Activity - Walk
Occasionally

Physical Activity - Sit
Regularly

Physical Activity - Use hands to touch, handle, or feel
Occasionally

Physical Activity - Talk or hear
Regularly

Physical Environment - Inside Office Environment / conditions
Regularly

Lifting/Pushing/Pulling Weight - Up to 10 pounds
Occasionally

Lifting/Pushing/Pulling Weight - Up to 25 pounds
Occasionally

Noise Level - In general, the noise level for this position is considered to be:
Moderate

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As the only pediatric medical center in the state, Arkansas Children's Hospital (ACH) serves the youngest Razorbacks from birth to age...