The clinical assistant will be responsible for performing complex administrative and/or technical program assistance work including direct client contact unique to particular function within the agency. Work involves the application of knowledge and independent judgment in the implementation, application and monitoring of complex rules and standards and the assurance of compliance with them. Works under the general supervision of an administrative superior, and is allowed considerable discretion in planning and arranging work according to standards.  
 

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED
 

  • Collecting data and preparing reports 
  • Prepares purchase orders for staff needs such as ordering office supplies, etc.
  • Completes Financial Assessments on individuals
  • Monitors for changes in clients payer status
  • Assimilate data and assist in report preparation as needed
  • Completes projects as requested by program director

Knowledge, Skills, and Essential Functions
  • Excellent written and verbal communication with clients, employees, and external agencies
  • Excellent computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office, Outlook, and fax/scan/copy
  • Provides ongoing assistance to Main Center, Clifton Street Clinic departments (Admissions, MCOT, COC, PATH, Wood Group, OSCAR) including but not limited to: receiving and distributing mail, filing, answering a multi-lined telephone system, taking messages, delivering messages, maintaining appointment schedules, and writing.
  • Conducts initial Financial Assessments for consumers seeking services and enters into Center's Financial Assessment software. Ensures phone numbers and addresses are updated in the CABS system and FA database.
  • Prepares vouchers and purchase orders for supplies, for case workers, etc.
  • Develops, coordinates, and maintain record keeping system.
  • Must display excellent organizational skills and time management
  • 10% local travel
  • Stooping, bending, sitting, standing, keyboarding for prolonged periods and lifting 30 pounds
  • Ability to be PMAB and CPR certified
  • Intermediate knowledge of MS Excel and ability export reports to excel
  • Valid driver's license, liability insurance, and reliable transportation required
Education and Experience
  • High school diploma or GED
  • 3 year of administrative and clerical experience maintaining records is required
Hours: 8AM-5PM M-F

Salary: $23,000 annually/$11.0577 hourly

Benefits:

Heart of Texas Region MHMR strives to offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package that includes:

Employer paid Health Insurance
Employer paid Dental Insurance
Employer paid Life Insurance
Payroll Direct Deposit
10 paid Holidays per year
Generous Paid Time Off (PTO)

Excellent 401-K Retirement Plan (Center will contribute 12% of employee earnings)
              **Certain Requirements Needed**

Location: Main Center:  110 South 12th Street Waco, Texas 76701
 

Department: Main Center
This is a full time position

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