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Title: Medical Assistant
Work Location: Berkeley, CA (On-Site full time)
Rate: Open (Non-exempt)
Hours: Full time – 40 hr/wk, Mon-Fri 7:30am-4pm
Per diem: $150/day (7 days/wk)
Mob / Demob: $500 each way
Duration: 6-9 Months
COVID Vaccine: Required
US Citizenship Required
The Medical Assistant shall provide clinical support services at LBNL’s employee occupational health clinic to ensure employee health, regulatory compliance and best EH&S practices.
The Medical Assistant shall provide support for both front and back office activities.
These activities include, but are not limited to, greeting patients, answering phone calls and emails, scheduling and rescheduling appointments for multiple health care providers, managing clinic calendars, extensive medical record handling, patient intakes and initial evaluations, provision of specialized services based upon reason for visit and referral to appropriate level of health care provider.
Medical Assistant Qualification Requirements:
- Graduation from an accredited medical assistant program with current certification as a Medical Assistant in the State of California, free from disciplinary action, and minimum of five (5) years of clinical experience.
- Certification in spirometry, audiometry, and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
- Phlebotomy Technician experience and ability to administer injections (e.g., flu shots).
- Shall have the ability to effectively consult with others and a strong understanding of applicable safety regulations.
- Sound customer service, administrative and technical skills; knowledge of Google Suite (GMail, Calendar, Drive, Docs and Sheets), Microsoft Office, Smartsheets and electronic medical records systems. Ability to multitask in a dynamic environment.
- Familiarity with Worker’s Compensation guidelines and processes.
- Shall be able to sit at a desk and/or be on their feet and walking eight (8) hours a day. Subcontractor personnel shall be able to assume and maintain various postural positions including, but not limited to, kneeling, reaching, stooping, bending, crouching, and lifting.