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The Administrative Assistant is an important part of our efforts to connect people with the services we offer. This position is responsible for the day-to-day completion of the front desk duties, which includes greeting visitors to the agency, answering and directing phone calls, and general office support. There is an emphasis on the registration and scheduling of clinic patients. The Administrative Assistant is a vital part of our efforts to build a setting that is respectful, and free of stigma and discrimination.
To improve health and well-being, ALLIES provides integrated medical care, supportive human services, and community-based education for individuals living with, or at risk of HIV, viral hepatitis, and sexually transmitted infections.
ALLIES envisions a healthier community whereby people access integrated medical care and supportive human services in a respectful setting, free of stigma and discrimination.
Knowledge Skills and Abilities
The Administrative Assistant should have demonstrated experience in the following areas:
A High School diploma/GED or equivalent career experience required; Associates Degree is preferred. A minimum of two years in a clinic/primary care setting or billing position with significant patient contact is required. Experience with the Athena electronic health record system is also preferred.
The Administrative Assistant/Medical Secretary may be called upon to engage in physical activity related to general office work including the capacity to stand or sit for extended periods. Current PA child abuse, PA criminal history, Federal criminal history clearances, and verification of TB test performed within the last year are required within the first 30 days of employment.
The designated hourly rate for the Administrative Assistant is between $15 and $16.50 with distinctions made for education and direct service experience with client populations like Allies’
LGBTQIA identified persons, Black, Indigenous, and other people of color (BIPOC), individuals with disabilities and legal histories, as well as from other historically underrepresented communities are encouraged to apply.