Public Safety Medical Unit
Examples of Duties
Under general direction, performs major daily and project/program based administrative duties. Recommends and administers divisional/departmental policies and procedures. Prepares regular and special reports related to divisional/departmental operations. Performs other job-related duties as required.
A High School Diploma or GED is required. A Bachelor's Degree in Business/Public Relations or closely related field from a four-year accredited college or university is required. Two years of full time paid experience in government or private industry office administration is required. (Substitution: Two years of full time experience may substitute for each year of college education lacking.) Must be able to operate a personal computer with Microsoft Office Suites.
Ensure efficient coordination of patient appointments and record keeping
Provide support for the development of effective tracking of patient follow up care and the return to work process
Assist Medical Staff in developing and maintaining organized patient records/files
Provide daily support as liason between Employer Managed Care Organization and the Medical Unit Manager
Compile and provide updated patient reports
Assist in the development and maintenance of tracking systems for various processes managed by the Medical Unit
Collect and provide supporting information to other departments as needed and when requested by the Medical Unit Manager
Provide administrative support to Medical Unit Manager
Develop an understanding of departmental policies and procedures related to occupational health and the Medical Unit's function
Develop an understanding of relevant collective bargaining agreements
Independent, self-starter, motivated, organized, effective communication, muti-tasking, time management.