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Student Health Center Administrative Assistant

Student Health Center Administrative Assistant 

Angola, Indiana

 

Summary

The Student Health Center Administrative Assistant has the responsibility of providing day-to-day support by preforming administrative tasks and ensuring high-quality customer service to patients. This position will report directly to Trine University’s Assistant Dean of Students.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

This position will provide support to the COVID Response team and Trine University’s Student Health Center.

  • Greet and assist patients with initial paperwork
  • Answer phones and schedule appointments
  • Generate, scan and fax testing orders to Respiratory clinic
  • Responsible for the management of the COVID Master Log spreadsheet ensuring the log is updated in real time.
  • Provide notifications to the COVID response team regarding student isolation/quarantines.
  • Provide COVID instructions to students with symptoms via email notifications.
  • Print and file test results and update the Master Log spreadsheet
  • Manage phone calls and emails from students regarding contact tracing
  • Send notifications to faculty via Trine’s We Care System
  • Assist with the filing and tracking of Athletic Student testing results
  • Assist with follow up phone calls and email from student parents

Educations and/or Experience:  

Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university is preferred. Proven work experience as a medical administrative assistant or equivalent work experience.

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