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X-RAY CLERK - PART-TIME - FRICK HOSPITAL

The Imaging clerk is responsible for completion of clerical duties, facilitates office workflow and assists the customers of the Imaging department.

Actively promotes a Lean work culture by performing team member duties to encourage consistent use of LEAN principles and processes, including continually seeking work process improvements. Recognizes the necessity of taking ownership of one s own motivation, morale, performance and professional development. Strives for behavior consistent with being committed to Excela s missions, vision and values.

Shifts: Rotating

TECHNICAL STANDARDS

Essential Functions: Defined as duties specific to the job, that, if removed, would change the entire purpose of the job; to include the Essential Physical Demands and Essential Working Conditions of this position.

  • Core Essential Functions:
    • Regular, consistent, on-site, and timely attendance.
    • Greets and assists all customers.
    • Provides direction to customers when needed.
    • Answers the telephone using proper telephone etiquette.
    • Assist with distribution of patient preps and screenings.
    • Places courtesy calls to patients when needed.
    • Prepares all correspondence for physician offices and other institutions.
    • Prepares and obtains necessary release forms.
    • Burns CD's and prints/copies radiologic images.
    • Faxes reports to physician offices.
    • Maintains patient radiology films/images in an organized manner to facilitate department workflow.
    • Retrieves files/films when needed.
    • Assists physicians and other staff with HIS/RIS/PACS systems
    • Facilitates internal communication with various departments.
    • Delivers and retrieves requests from technologist/radiologist office/reading room/work area.
    • Delivers imaging department mail.
    • Directs phone calls to appropriate location.
    • Maintains workstation in optimum condition.
    • Assure adequate office supplies are maintained.
    • Reports any necessary malfunctions to supervisor.
    • Implements downtime procedure when necessary.
    • Assists in rescheduling of patients during equipment downtime.
    • Initiates established downtime procedures during HIS/RIS and PACS downtime.

    "Ability to perform the Essential Functions on the Physical Conditions chart; and the ability to perform the Essential Functions on the Working Conditions chart (see attached charts)"

  • Specialty Essential Functions:
    • Follows negotiated agreement set forth by the non-technical bargaining group of the Service Employees International Union District 1199P, AFL-CIO, CLC
  • Marginal Functions: Defined as duties that are not essential in nature and do not take a considerable amount of time to complete (less than 10%).
    • Attends department meetings or reviews minutes
    • Performs other duties as required.
  • Required Skills and Knowledge: Minimum level of education, skills and abilities necessary in performing the job.
  • Education:

    • HS Diploma, GED or equivalent knowledge

    Certification / Licensure / Regulation:

    • None

    Prior Experience:

    • None

    Other Skills and Abilities:

    • Medical Terminology
    • Knowledge of basic Office Equipment such as copier, fax machine, etc.
    • Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills
    • Strong time management and organizational skills; ability to work independently and in a team setting; creativity in treatment in various settings including inpatient, skilled nursing and outpatient clinics; ability to transition smoothly between various treatment settings; flexibility in scheduling.
    • Sound judgment, problem solving skills, strong oral and written communication skills, ability to follow directions from other team members; works independently assigned duties.
    • Ability to communicate with all members of the health care team
    • Independent thinking and decision-making ability
    • Proficient oral and written communication skills
    • Ability to multi-task and prioritize assignments
    • Basic working knowledge of computers and office equipment
    • Proficient Keyboard Skills Measures at 25 wpm

    Preferred Factor:

    These are job related enhancements that are preferred or would benefit the performance outcome of the job but are not essential or required for the job to exist.

    • Previous clerical experience preferred

    The above job descriptive information is intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this job. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities, as an employee may be assigned other duties other than described in this document.

  • Essential Working Conditions:
  • Constantly = (5 1/2 to 8 hours or more) or 200 reps/shift

    Occasionally = (1/4 to 2 1/2 hours) or 2 - 32 reps/shift

    Frequently = (2 1/2 to 5 1/2 hours or more) or 32 - 200 reps/shift

    Rarely = (Less than 1/4 hours) or < 2 reps/shift

    Sedentary Work -

    Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally.

    Light Work -

    Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly.

    Medium Work -

    Exerting 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or greater than negligible up to 10 pounds of force occasionally.

    Heavy Work -

    Exerting 50 to 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 25 to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or 10 to 20 pounds of force constantly.

    Very Heavy Work -

    Exerting in excess of 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or in excess of 50 pounds or force frequently, and/or in excess of 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.

    Working Conditions:

    Never

    Extreme Cold

    Extreme Heat

    Heights

    Confined Spaces-Cramped Quarters (Labeled)

    Extreme Noise (> 85 dB)

    Use of Vibrating Tools

    Operates Vehicle

    Operates Heavy Equipment

    10 - 12 hour shifts

    On Call

    Rarely

    Overtime (more than 8 hrs. /shift, 40 hours/week)

    Use of Lifting/Transfer Devices

    Rotates all shifts

    Mechanical Hazards

    Frequently

    8 hour shifts

    Protective Equipment:

    Never

    Hearing

    Rarely

    Hands

    Feet, Toes

    Body

    Respirator-Breathing Equipment

    Eye

    Head (hard hat)

    Occupational Exposures:

    Never

    Solvents

    Paints (direct use of)

    Dust (Sanding)

    Ethylene Oxide

    Cytotoxic Drugs (Chemo)

    Chemicals (direct use of)

    Mists

    Wax Stripper (direct use of)

    Lasers

    Rarely

    Latex (Rubber, erasers, balloons, gloves, rubber bands, etc.)

    Radiation

    Ionizing Radiation

    Blood and Body Fluids

    VII. Essential Physical Conditions:

    Marginal

    Frequently = (2 1/2 to 5 1/2 hours or more) or 32 - 200 reps/shift

    Essential

    Occasionally = (1/4 to 2 1/2 hours) or 2 - 32 reps/shift

    Constantly = (5 1/2 to 8 hours or more) or 200 reps/shift

    Rarely = (Less than 1/4 hours) or < 2 reps/shift

    Physical Demands:

    Never

    Climbing Ladders

    Rarely

    Kneeling

    Squatting (Crouching)

    Use of Forceful Hand Grasp

    Pushing / Pulling

    Occasionally

    Climbing Stairs

    Bending (Stooping)

    Frequently

    Sitting

    Walking

    Standing

    Fine Finger Manipulation

    Hand / Arm Coordination

    Keyboard/Computer Operation

    Sensory Requirements:

    Frequently

    Seeing Near-with Acuity

    Feeling (Sensation)

    Constantly

    Color Vision

    Over Shoulder Work:

    Rarely

    Pulling or Pushing Objects Overhead

    Reaching Above Shoulder Level

    Lifting: floor to standing position:

    Never

    30 - 49 pounds

    50 pounds

    > 50 pounds

    Rarely

    20 - 29 pounds

    Occasionally

    10 - 19 pounds

    Lifting: waist to shoulder level:

    Never

    20 - 29 pounds

    30 - 49 pounds

    50 pounds

    > 50 pounds

    Occasionally

    10 - 19 pounds

    Lifting: shoulder to overhead:

    Never

    20 - 29 pounds

    30 - 49 pounds

    50 pounds

    > 50 pounds

    Rarely

    10 - 19 pounds



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