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At MaineHealth, exceptional people using the latest in advanced innovations help ensure that our northern New England communities are the healthiest they can be. From a full array of telehealth programs to the most sophisticated electronic medical records system, our clinical technology is second to none. But it’s our people who bring these medical advancements to life as they change the lives of the people in the communities we’re proud to serve.

As a non-profit family of high-quality healthcare providers, we’re working together to create strong, vibrant and healthy partnerships. We are an integrated healthcare delivery system made up of the state’s only academic medical center (and largest hospital), a large bio-medical research center, community hospitals, home care agencies, physician practices, an outpatient lab, and diagnostic and surgery centers. In addition to our clinical opportunities, MaineHealth also offers a variety of fulfilling careers in finance, human resources, information services, marketing, support services, and more!

The MaineHealth family of hospitals and healthcare organizations offers outstanding opportunities to work and live in one of the most spectacular areas of our nation. Our ongoing growth and focus on compassionate care mean a choice of challenging and rewarding career opportunities throughout our system – from mid-sized cities and small towns in the mountains to beautiful coastal communities.

The MaineHealth integrated health system includes:

  • Franklin Community Health Network
  • LincolnHealth
  • MaineHealth Care at Home
  • Maine Behavioral Healthcare
  • Maine Medical Center
  • Maine Medical Partners
  • MaineHealth Corporate
  • Memorial Hospital
  • NorDx
  • Pen Bay Medical Center
  • Southern MaineHealth Care
  • Waldo County General Hospital
  • Western Maine Health
MaineHealth Portland, ME
Apr 06, 2020
Summary This position will support our medical oncology unit in the Coulombe Family Tower. Position Summary The Clinical Nurse supports Maine Medical Center's mission, vision, and values by exhibiting the following behaviors: excellence, competence, collaboration, innovation, respect, patient and family centered care, commitment to our community, and accountability.  In accordance with national standards of nursing practice and within the guidelines and policies and procedures of both Maine Medical Center and the Maine State Board of Nursing, the Clinical Nurse is responsible for assessment, diagnosis, outcome identification, planning, implementation, documentation, and evaluation of the effects of nursing care.  Care delivery and coordination of patient and family care begins with the initial contact with the health care system and may continue across the continuum.  Services may be provided on an inpatient, outpatient, ambulatory, and/or community basis. Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) Education: A Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing is preferred. License/Certifications: Current license to practice as a Registered Professional Nurse in the state of Maine. Experience: Meets all requirements of Clinical Nurse I. Completion of Level I usually achieved by 12 months of employment. Evidence of 10 hours of ongoing education per year. Demonstrates a caring nursing practice and promotes a healing environment for patients and families. Demonstrates the required knowledge and technical skills to care for most patient populations on the unit. Interpersonal and communication skills to interact effectively with patients, families, and healthcare team members. Ability to identify potential crisis situations involving patients and/or families and to initiate appropriate action. In accordance with the Clinical Nursing Advancement Program, a Clinical Nurse II may choose to remain at Level II as opposed to seeking advancement to Level III.
MaineHealth Damariscotta, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Summary Position Summary The Unit Secretary in the Emergency Department coordinates, collaborates and organizes the clinical and non-clinical duties of the Emergency Department by acting as a contact person, receptionist, registrar and secretary. Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) Education: High school diploma or general education degree (GED) preferred.  License/Certifications: N/A Experience: Experience with Medical Terminology helpful. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.  Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations. Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.  Ability to compute rate, ratio and percent. Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of variables.  Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form. Must possess and exhibit excellent customer service, communication and telephone skills.  Needs typing and computer skills at a basic to intermediate level.
MaineHealth Biddeford, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Summary Position Summary Are you patient, caring, and flexible?  We want you to join our team! The Department of Vocational Services at Maine Medical Center seeks Employment Specialists of all educational backgrounds to work as part of its new initiative with the Maine Bureau of Rehabilitation Services (BRS), providing community employment services to individuals referred by BRS in Cumberland and York counties.  Join our dedicated team of committed and caring staff while enjoying the benefits of working for MaineHealth.  The Employment Specialist II provides on-the-job coaching to individuals with disabilities to help individuals learn and perform their work duties with the goal of achieving maximum independence.  Employment Specialists II utilize leadership, communication, and analytical skills in their role as a liaison to employees, employers, and supervising Employment Specialists.  Training and case specific instruction is provided.   This part time schedule is flexible and ideal for students studying social, education, and human service careers, stay-at-home parents, and retirees. The Employment Specialist II will provide services for youth and adults of diverse ability/disability in York County. Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) Requires general education development necessary to provide supervision and training to people with disabilities at a level normally acquired through completion of two years of college.  Completion of the Maine Employment Curriculum preferred. Six months of previous job coaching experience and/or experience working with people with disabilities in a related field preferred. Requires analytical ability necessary to provide training and guidance to people with disabilities and evaluate performance.
MaineHealth Portland, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Summary Position Summary Are you patient, caring, and flexible?  We want you to join our team! The Department of Vocational Services at Maine Medical Center seeks Employment Specialists of all educational backgrounds to work as part of its new initiative with the Maine Bureau of Rehabilitation Services (BRS), providing community employment services to individuals referred by BRS in Cumberland and York counties.  Join our dedicated team of committed and caring staff while enjoying the benefits of working for MaineHealth.  The Employment Specialist II provides on-the-job coaching to individuals with disabilities to help individuals learn and perform their work duties with the goal of achieving maximum independence.  Employment Specialists II utilize leadership, communication, and analytical skills in their role as a liaison to employees, employers, and supervising Employment Specialists.  Training and case specific instruction is provided.   This part time schedule is flexible and ideal for students studying social, education, and human service careers, stay-at-home parents, and retirees. The Employment Specialist II will provide services for youth and adults of diverse ability/disability in Cumberland County. Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) Requires general education development necessary to provide supervision and training to people with disabilities at a level normally acquired through completion of two years of college.  Completion of the Maine Employment Curriculum preferred. Six months of previous job coaching experience and/or experience working with people with disabilities in a related field preferred. Requires analytical ability necessary to provide training and guidance to people with disabilities and evaluate performance.
MaineHealth Portland, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Summary Position Summary Are you patient, caring, and flexible?  We want you to join our team! The Department of Vocational Services at Maine Medical Center seeks Employment Specialists of all educational backgrounds to work as part of its new initiative with the Maine Bureau of Rehabilitation Services (BRS), providing community employment services to individuals referred by BRS in Cumberland and York counties.  Join our dedicated team of committed and caring staff while enjoying the benefits of working for MaineHealth.  The Employment Specialist II provides on-the-job coaching to individuals with disabilities to help individuals learn and perform their work duties with the goal of achieving maximum independence.  Employment Specialists II utilize leadership, communication, and analytical skills in their role as a liaison to employees, employers, and supervising Employment Specialists.  Training and case specific instruction is provided.   This part time schedule is flexible and ideal for students studying social, education, and human service careers, stay-at-home parents, and retirees. The Employment Specialist II will provide services for youth and adults of diverse ability/disability in Cumberland County. Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) Requires general education development necessary to provide supervision and training to people with disabilities at a level normally acquired through completion of two years of college.  Completion of the Maine Employment Curriculum preferred. Six months of previous job coaching experience and/or experience working with people with disabilities in a related field preferred. Requires analytical ability necessary to provide training and guidance to people with disabilities and evaluate performance.
MaineHealth Biddeford, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Summary Position Summary If you currently work in social services or education and feel ready for a shift in career direction, and are interested in what other people do for work.  If people have told you that you are creative and supportive…  The role of Employment Specialist could be a perfect fit for you!  The Department of Vocational Services at Maine Medical Center seeks Employment Specialists of all educational backgrounds to work as part of its new initiative with the Maine Bureau of Rehabilitation Services (BRS), providing community employment services to individuals referred by BRS in Cumberland and York counties.  Join our dedicated team of committed and caring staff while enjoying the benefits of working for MaineHealth.  Employment Specialists help people with disabilities to find employment.  In doing so, Employment Specialists provide counseling, conduct research, support problem-solving, and facilitate change.  They learn about the individuals they serve, focusing on strengths and abilities, and also learn about employer needs to make the best match for both.  Employment Specialists help the individuals they serve to identify a desired career pathway and support them to achieve those goals; providing them with information and resources to empower their decision making and self-advocacy.  Employment Specialists work as part of a team for the individual served, often bringing together stakeholders to achieve the best outcome; they also work together and support each other to make the program the best it can be.  Services will be provided to youth and adults of diverse ability/disability.  Current ES Certification (CRC, ACRE) is preferred but can be achieved in the first six months of employment. Preference will be given to an individual with the ability to pass the ASLA with a 3 or greater or ASLPI with a 2+ or greater. Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) Requires a professional level of knowledge in vocational counseling with individuals with disabilities, including youth and people with developmental disabilities and/or psychiatric disabilities. Must be able to evaluate employment capabilities of program participants at a level normally acquired through completion of a Bachelor's degree in social services or related fields. Requires six to twelve months of progressive experience working with persons with disabilities necessary to learn community resources relating to the potential employment of persons with disabilities and to determine potential employers for such persons. Requires analytical ability necessary to determine community resources available to assist in training and placement of persons with disabilities for work in the private and public sectors. Requires interpersonal skills necessary to persuade various employers to participate in training and employment programs for persons with disabilities. Must coordinate needs of individual employers with available community resources.
MaineHealth Rockland, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Summary Position Summary (Rockland, Maine Campus) ******This position could be filled as a Specialist III or IV depending on experience. Principal responsibilities are assisting persons with complex disabilities to find and keep employment. The ES operates as a member of the mental health treatment team and works in collaboration with Community Integration (Adult Case Management) and/or Behavioral Health Home Services.  Employee will utilize rehabilitation and supported employment technologies in the career development of an individual.  Also serves as a liaison to businesses, developing employer and community relationships in the assigned area. This position is based at Maine Behavioral Healthcare in Rockland and functions with considerable independence. Travel is required. Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) Must be able to communicate and contribute in an interdisciplinary team setting. M.A. or M.S. in Education and/or Counseling (specialty in rehabilitation and/or career counseling), or a B.A. in a related field with at least five (5) years’ experience in supported employment. C.R.C. (Certified Rehabilitation Counselor) and/or DMH Employment Specialist Certification, or intent to obtain certification. Knowledge and background: counseling theory, physical and psychological effects of psychiatric disability, socio-economic effects of psychiatric disability, occupational analysis, vocational evaluation and training, and job development. Reflected in one to two years’ experience. Working knowledge of community, service agencies (local and state), federal agencies, financial benefit programs (SS, SSDI, Worker's Compensation). Knowledge of ADA and other employment/disability legislation; i.e. education, employment, accessibility, consumer rights, etc. Must demonstrate technical writing ability specific to the rehabilitation field. Must be able to complete career development plans with consumers' and family involvement.
MaineHealth Biddeford, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Summary Position Summary If you: - currently work in social services or education and feel ready for a shift in career direction, and - are interested in what other people do for work, and - people have told you that you are creative and supportive…  The role of Employment Specialist could be a perfect fit for you!  The Department of Vocational Services at Maine Medical Center seeks Employment Specialists of all educational backgrounds to work as part of its new initiative with the Maine Bureau of Rehabilitation Services (BRS), providing community employment services to individuals referred by BRS in Cumberland and York counties.  Join our dedicated team of committed and caring staff while enjoying the benefits of working for MaineHealth.  Employment Specialists help people with disabilities to find employment.  In doing so, Employment Specialists provide counseling, conduct research, support problem-solving, and facilitate change.  They learn about the individuals they serve, focusing on strengths and abilities, and also learn about employer needs to make the best match for both.  Employment Specialists help the individuals they serve to identify a desired career pathway and support them to achieve those goals; providing them with information and resources to empower their decision making and self-advocacy.  Employment Specialists work as part of a team for the individual served, often bringing together stakeholders to achieve the best outcome; they also work together and support each other to make the program the best it can be.  Services will be provided to youth and adults of diverse ability/disability.  Current ES Certification (CRC, ACRE) is preferred but can be achieved in the first six months of employment. Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) Must be able to communicate and contribute in an interdisciplinary team setting. M.A. or M.S. in Education and/or Counseling (specialty in rehabilitation and/or career counseling), or a B.A. in a related field with at least five (5) years’ experience in supported employment. C.R.C. (Certified Rehabilitation Counselor) and/or DMH Employment Specialist Certification, or intent to obtain certification. Knowledge and background: counseling theory, physical and psychological effects of psychiatric disability, socio-economic effects of psychiatric disability, occupational analysis, vocational evaluation and training, and job development. Reflected in one to two years’ experience. Working knowledge of community, service agencies (local and state), federal agencies, financial benefit programs (SS, SSDI, Worker's Compensation). Knowledge of ADA and other employment/disability legislation; i.e. education, employment, accessibility, consumer rights, etc. Must demonstrate technical writing ability specific to the rehabilitation field. Must be able to complete career development plans with consumers' and family involvement.
MaineHealth Portland, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Summary Summary of Position Description The Employment Specialist operates as a member of the mental health team based at Maine Behavioral Healthcare in Portland, working in collaboration with a Community Family Navigator and Peer Support Specialist. This position will provide supported employment services according to the Individualized Placement and Support (IPS) model.  The Employment Specialist will assist individuals in developing and achieving their employment goals including career exploration, finding employment and educational/training opportunities, reducing barriers to work, and working with employers to access job opportunities.  Regional travel is required. Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required   Must be able to communicate and contribute in an interdisciplinary team setting.     M.A. or M.S. in Education and/or Counseling (specialty in rehabilitation and/or career counseling), or a B.A. in a related field with at least five (5) years experience in supported employment.     C.R.C. (Certified Rehabilitation Counselor) and/or DMH Employment Specialist Certification, or intent to obtain certification.     Knowledge and background: counseling theory, physical and psychological effects of psychiatric disability, socio-economic effects of psychiatric disability, occupational analysis, vocational evaluation and training, and job development. Reflected in one to two years experience.     Working knowledge of community, service agencies (local and state), federal agencies, financial benefit programs (SS, SSDI, Worker's Compensation).     Knowledge of ADA and other employment/disability legislation; i.e. education, employment, accessibility, consumer rights, etc.     Must demonstrate technical writing ability specific to the rehabilitation field.     Must be able to complete career development plans with consumers' and family involvement.    
MaineHealth Portland, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Summary Position Summary Principal responsibilities are assisting persons with complex disabilities to find and keep employment. The ES operates as a member of the mental health treatment team and works in collaboration with Community Integration (Adult Case Management) and/or Behavioral Health Home Services.  Employee will utilize rehabilitation and supported employment technologies in the career development of an individual.  Also serves as a liaison to businesses, developing employer and community relationships in the assigned area. This position is based at The Opportunity Alliance in Portland and serves Cumberland county.  Work is performed with considerable independence. Statewide travel is required.   Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) Must be able to communicate and contribute in an interdisciplinary team setting. M.A. or M.S. in Education and/or Counseling (specialty in rehabilitation and/or career counseling), or a B.A. in a related field with at least five (5) years’ experience in supported employment. C.R.C. (Certified Rehabilitation Counselor) and/or DMH Employment Specialist Certification, or intent to obtain certification. Knowledge and background: counseling theory, physical and psychological effects of psychiatric disability, socio-economic effects of psychiatric disability, occupational analysis, vocational evaluation and training, and job development. Reflected in one to two years’ experience. Working knowledge of community, service agencies (local and state), federal agencies, financial benefit programs (SS, SSDI, Worker's Compensation). Knowledge of ADA and other employment/disability legislation; i.e. education, employment, accessibility, consumer rights, etc. Must demonstrate technical writing ability specific to the rehabilitation field. Must be able to complete career development plans with consumers' and family involvement.
MaineHealth Biddeford, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Summary Position Summary (Position works as part of the ACT Team at Maine Behavioral Healthcare in Biddeford.) Principal responsibilities are assisting persons with complex disabilities to find and keep employment. Employee may serve as a member of a mental health clinical and rehabilitation team and will incorporate rehabilitation and supported employment technologies in the career development of an individual. Also serves as a liaison to businesses and may participate in organizational development activities, identifying potential members of Employer Consortium. Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) Must be able to communicate and contribute in an interdisciplinary team setting. M.A. or M.S. in Education and/or Counseling (specialty in rehabilitation and/or career counseling), or a B.A. in a related field with at least five (5) years’ experience in supported employment. C.R.C. (Certified Rehabilitation Counselor) and/or DMH Employment Specialist Certification, or intent to obtain certification. Knowledge and background: counseling theory, physical and psychological effects of psychiatric disability, socio-economic effects of psychiatric disability, occupational analysis, vocational evaluation and training, and job development. Reflected in one to two years’ experience. Working knowledge of community, service agencies (local and state), federal agencies, financial benefit programs (SS, SSDI, Worker's Compensation). Knowledge of ADA and other employment/disability legislation; i.e. education, employment, accessibility, consumer rights, etc. Must demonstrate technical writing ability specific to the rehabilitation field. Must be able to complete career development plans with consumers' and family involvement.
MaineHealth Lewiston, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Summary Position Summary  (Position Located in Lewiston, Maine) Principal responsibilities are assisting persons with complex disabilities to find and keep employment. The ES operates as a member of the mental health treatment team and works in collaboration with Community Integration (Adult Case Management) and/or Behavioral Health Home Services.  Employee will utilize rehabilitation and supported employment technologies in the career development of an individual.  Also serves as a liaison to businesses, developing employer and community relationships in the assigned area. This position is based at Common Ties in Lewiston and functions with considerable independence. Regional travel is required.   Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) Must be able to communicate and contribute in an interdisciplinary team setting. M.A. or M.S. in Education and/or Counseling (specialty in rehabilitation and/or career counseling), or a B.A. in a related field with at least five (5) years’ experience in supported employment. C.R.C. (Certified Rehabilitation Counselor) and/or DMH Employment Specialist Certification, or intent to obtain certification. Knowledge and background: counseling theory, physical and psychological effects of psychiatric disability, socio-economic effects of psychiatric disability, occupational analysis, vocational evaluation and training, and job development. Reflected in one to two years’ experience. Working knowledge of community, service agencies (local and state), federal agencies, financial benefit programs (SS, SSDI, Worker's Compensation). Knowledge of ADA and other employment/disability legislation; i.e. education, employment, accessibility, consumer rights, etc. Must demonstrate technical writing ability specific to the rehabilitation field. Must be able to complete career development plans with consumers' and family involvement.
MaineHealth Rockland, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Summary Position Summary The MDS Coordinator ensures the the Knox Center is compliant with state and federal regulations concerning the RAI process. Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) Education: N/A License/Certifications: Current Maine Registered Professional Nurse license. Experience: Prior experience with PPS/RAI process required. Prior experience working with state and/or federal regulations required. Demonstrates sound, clinical nursing knowledge and assessment skills. Understands RAI and RCA processes. Computer and keyboarding skills required. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required. Ability to work with minimal supervision in a fast-paced, dynamic team environment. Thorough working knowledge of current nursing practice standards. Able to demonstrate excellent assessment skills. OSHA-MSDS sheets and procedures. Fire and safety procedures. Knows resident rights and understands abuse and neglect per state regulations.
MaineHealth Farmington, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Per Diem
Summary Position Summary A Safety Attendant can be called for by nursing staff when a patient requires 1) attendance due to behavior associated with dementia or temporary mental confusion. They can provide close observation for patients at risk for falls or who have a tendency towards wandering, or they may provide, 2) direct observation for patients with suicidal ideation.  They do not perform any nursing care functions unless they are also a CNA. Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) Education: MANDT or CPI training or willing to attend training. License/Certifications: See "Education" Experience: Experience with geriatric clients. Effective interpersonal skills Able to communicate with patients who may have confusion or dementia Must enjoy diversional activity, be creative and energetic Must be able to strictly maintain confidentiality Ability to maintain professional manner even under stressful situations
MaineHealth Farmington, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Per Diem
Summary Position Summary A Safety Attendant can be called for by nursing staff when a patient requires 1) attendance due to behavior associated with dementia or temporary mental confusion. They can provide close observation for patients at risk for falls or who have a tendency towards wandering, or they may provide, 2) direct observation for patients with suicidal ideation.  They do not perform any nursing care functions unless they are also a CNA. Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) Education: MANDT or CPI training or willing to attend training. License/Certifications: See "Education" Experience: Experience with geriatric clients. Effective interpersonal skills Able to communicate with patients who may have confusion or dementia Must enjoy diversional activity, be creative and energetic Must be able to strictly maintain confidentiality Ability to maintain professional manner even under stressful situations
MaineHealth Farmington, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Per Diem
Summary Position Summary Collects, verifies, enters, and monitors appropriate patient data in the computer in compliance with the Federal, State, and Hospital confidentiality policies. Ensures all necessary paperwork is completed and appropriately signed by the patient in order to admit for inpatient, outpatient, emergency, or surgical services.  Verifies the patient’s demographic information and insurance coverage.  This may be done in person or via phone or bedside upon admission.  Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) High School Diploma or equivalent preferred Computer experience required Familiarity with healthcare billing and diagnostic coding preferred Certified Healthcare Access Associate (CHAA) desired Minimum of one year customer service or data entry experience in a health care environment preferred
MaineHealth Farmington, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Summary Position Summary The Patient Service Representative for Franklin Health internal Medicine collects, verifies, enters, and monitors appropriate patient data in the computer in compliance with the federal, state, and hospital confidentiality policies. Ensures all necessary paperwork is completed and appropriately signed by the patient in order to admit for inpatient, outpatient, emergency, or surgical services.  Verifies the patient’s demographic information and insurance coverage.  This may be done in person or via phone or bedside upon admission.  Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) High School Diploma or equivalent preferred Computer experience required Familiarity with healthcare billing and diagnostic coding preferred Certified Healthcare Access Associate (CHAA) desired Minimum of one year customer service or data entry experience in a health care environment preferred
MaineHealth Westbrook, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Summary Westbrook, ME Spring Harbor Hospital has an opening for a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) or Psychiatric Physician Assistant (PPA) to provide overnight psychiatric and medical care for hospitalized adults, adolescents, and children. The position is from an awake overnight NP or PA from 4:30pm to 8 am 3 days per week. The position will be shared with another provider M-F and involve covering time off of the other overnight provider. The primary role of this position will include assisting with admission orders and ongoing acute evaluation of existing patients. There is 24 hour support available from the Medical Director and Vice President of Medical Affairs.   Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: ·Master's degree with an advanced knowledge of nursing theory and practice, and additional medical training. ·1+ years of patient care in a community mental health center or hospital. ·Advanced skill and knowledge in conducting psychiatric evaluations and treating patients. ·Current and valid license as a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant by the Maine State Board of Licensure and qualified to do psychiatric evaluations and medication management.   ·Specific credentialing criteria needed if working in the hospital as defined by Medical Staff By-Laws.  
MaineHealth Portland, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Summary Position Summary The Radiology Representative provides customer support services at all locations of service for the MMC Department of Radiology in a call center environment. Prepares orders for imaging procedures both through direct and indirect interaction with patients, physicians, and technologists. Work is performed under general supervision in accordance with standard procedures and reviewed by the Manager of Radiology Support Services through customer feedback, direct observation, and observation of results achieved. The hours are Monday-Friday 12:00pm-8:30pm. Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) •Education: High school diploma or equivalent preferred. •License / Certifications: N/A Knowledge of medical terminology, keyboarding, and office procedures. •Experience: Minimum 1 year prior experience in a position requiring customer service skills is required. Prior experience in a medical office or hospital is preferred. •Knowledge of medical terminology, keyboarding, and office procedures. •Ability to learn how to proficiently use electronic medical records and other computerized systems. •Excellent communication, interpersonal and customer service skills. •Ability to work independently, following established processes, in an environment of changing priorities with a diverse stem of clinical and non-clinical staff. •Must be available to participate in 24/7 department operations and be available to participate in on call coverage as needed.
MaineHealth Rockport, ME
Apr 04, 2020
Summary This position will be required to travel between Pen Bay Medical Center & Waldo County General Hospital.   Position Summary Provides advanced administrative/project management support to the Chief Nursing Officer, as well as to the clinical leadership team, with various administrative tasks as assigned. Required Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs) Education: Associates Degree required, BA/BS preferred. Experience: 5 year’s experience in an Administrative support position required Experience in a similar role for the healthcare industry preferred Experience with medical terminology preferred. Demonstrates excellent communication skills, both written and verbal Demonstrates strong organizational skills and attention to detail Positive, friendly, and helpful attitude with professional demeanor Unquestionable integrity and an understanding of confidentiality Dedicated and reliable Strong sense of responsibility and self-starter; comfortable with multi-tasking Ability to create and maintain efficient file and record management to meet state laws and regulatory requirements Utilizes effective computer skills in the following programs: Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Access, Excel, and PowerPoint) Normal use and management of office equipment and procedures Performs other duties as required/requested