The Administrative Coordinator will be responsible for the day-to-day administrative activities that support the organization’s eHealth initiatives. The Administrative Coordinator will be expected to work collaboratively in a team setting, providing liaison services with technical support teams from database vendors and other internal groups to support health information initiatives within SLFNHA. This position will require excellent organizational and critical thinking skills.
The Health Information Administrative Coordinator is directly accountable to the Health Information Manager.
Salary Range: $57,869 – $70,454 per annum.
Persons of First Nations ancestry will be given preference (OHRC, Part II, Special Employment)
• Education Minimum: Grade 12, GED, or equivalent
• Education Preferred: Certificate, Diploma, or Degree in business/office administration, secretarial science, health administration, or an acceptable combination of education and relevant experience
• 2 years of direct work experience in an office environment
• Ability to work independently with the flexibility to work as part of a team
• Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing
• Experience with Microsoft Office Suite
• Knowledge of the remote/isolated communities and the health priorities of the First Nations communities in the Sioux Lookout Health Authority catchment area
• Work experience in health services an asset
• Experience with digital scheduling programs, Electronic Medical Records or other human service-related systems (e.g., health and welfare, child services, medical databases) an asset
• Experience with the Mustimuhw community Electronic Record a definite asset
Roles and Responsibilities:
• processing software account requests and deactivations
• coordinating training events
• collating training materials
• clarifying processes and workflows
• providing liaison services with software technical support teams
• providing administrative support to other Health Information
• creating announcements for internal and external stakeholders
• providing software training for new users, if required
• groups to support health information initiatives within SLFNHA
• attending meetings and taking notes
• coordinate with other administrative staff across departments to complete project tasks, and
• other duties as assigned.
SLFNHA currently “Strongly Recommends” COVID-19 immunizations and requests your immunization status to be sent to our staff health department if successful in the recruitment process.
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