Assurance Healthcare & Counseling Center is hiring a full time front office receptionist and member advocate. This is a full-time position, promising consistent hours, fair pay, and benefits after 1 year of employment.
You might be a good fit for this position if you enjoy helping people, can answer the phone with a smile, and enjoy keeping a clean and tidy work environment.
- Basic 21st century receptionist skills (you know how to answer phones and speak with people warmly)
- Basic 21st century computer skills (you know the difference between a text and an email and can easily do both)
- The ability to balance several tasks at any given time while keeping a priority on being warm to patients
- Communicate promptly and clearly with various team member in both high and low stress situations
- A deep love, care, and respect for people
- Be able to follow detailed instructions with consistency
The interview process will include several steps, the first of which is completing an application, found at the link below. Please follow our tips and instructions in order to be considered for this position.
Applications will only be received via our online form. No in-person submissions or phone calls, please!
About Assurance Healthcare & Counseling Center…
We are a membership-based family practice clinic and counseling center. Instead of billing insurance companies for services we offer, we are able to keep costs low and access high by working directly with patients through a flat monthly membership. Membership includes same-day appointments for sickness or injuries, 24/7 on-call access to a physician, and much more.
Our ownership and staff are dedicated to growing a team of people that love what they do, feel like they are doing what they are made to be doing, and enjoy the satisfaction of being a part of a business that is truly helping people and making the world a better place.
If you’re still reading, we’ll offer some advice during our application and interview process… We are looking for team members that know themselves well and aren’t trying to be someone they’re not. When we ask questions like, “tell us about yourself,” we really want us to tell us about you – not about your job experience or qualifications. We want to know who you are and what you get excited about.
We look forward to hearing from you.