Role Summary: The casual Office Administrator will work with a multidisciplinary care team of physicians and allied health professionals in the community of Strathmore, Alberta. The casual Office Administrator will play a key role in promoting the health and wellness of Strathmore and area residents by ensuring they are connected to appropriate services and resources for a variety of patient needs.
 
Key Responsibilities:
  • Be a central point of contact for referrals from primary health care providers to a variety of services and programs in the community of Strathmore and area (i.e., chronic disease management services, screening services, etc.).
  • Provide patients and their families with information on health resources and services in Strathmore and surrounding areas.
  • Answer, respond to and appropriately direct phone calls.
  • Develop and maintain system for class bookings, location.
  • General patient support when they arrive at the office.
  • Ensure waiting area, and clinic rooms stay tidy.
  • Other episodic duties may be required.
 
Educational Requirements:
  • The ideal candidate will have an educational background and experience in office administration.
  • Strong documentation and communication skills, as well as experience and knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, etc.) are required.
  • Knowledge of office management systems and procedures. 
  • Excellent time management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritize work. 
  • Highly organized. 
  • Knowledge of electronic medical records, such as Wolf EMR would be an asset.
 
 
Reporting Structure: Direct: Manager, Clinical Innovation. Indirect: CRPCN Executive Director. 
 
Salary, Benefits & Hours of Work: A market-competitive wage for Office Administrators will be offered. This position is casual hourly, for relief purposes only.  Position working hours are typically Monday-Friday, with variable day-time hours; possibly one to two days per month.
 
About the Calgary Rural Primary Care Network (CRPCN):
The Calgary Rural PCN works together with communities, family doctors and other health team members to do whatever we can help you be as healthy as possible. We are working together to change the delivery of health care in our communities from reactive to preventative by providing services to patients that fit their needs through supports we
have in our member clinics, such as nurses, dietitians and other health care professionals. We collaborate to provide the tools and education to empower patients to work on their everyday health needs.
 
Apply:
Please submit your resume and cover letter in confidence to careers@crpcn.ca.
 
Please note that only candidates who are selected for an interview will be contacted. We thank all other candidates for their interest.