Communications Operator

Company Name:
Olathe Health System
Communications Operator
Department: OMC Communications
Schedule: Part Time
Shift: Evening Shift
Hours: 32 hrs per pay period/ Sat & Sun 3pm-11pm
Job Details:

Olathe Health System, Inc. is looking for dedicated and caring professionals to join our system! If you enjoy an environment of team oriented patient care and an excellent staff of co-workers, you have found the right place! Olathe Medical Center, Inc, a 300-bed general acute care facility is currently looking for a Communications Operator professional to join our team.
If you are committed to helping improve the health of our communities in an environment of trust and collaboration, you are welcome to apply online:
EOE (Equal Opportunity Employer)
Position Description:
Under the supervision of the TeleCommunications Supervisor, the TeleCommunications Operator is responsible for processing all external and internal calls via the PBX Attendant Console, efficiently, accurately and courteously, while being in compliance with all OHSI policies & procedures. In addition, they manage all toll call requests, notifications using various communication devices and resources, event logs and other required documentation, emergency communications and OHSI call schedules. Operators provide updated information for the OHSI Directory and other resources.
Position Requirements:
High School or GED required
1 - 3 Years Customer Service, Call Center, Dispatching and/or Clerical / Administrative Experience required
Knowledge, Skills:
Microsoft Office - Proven ability to work, at the very least, with basic or beginner level skills in MS Office applications, like Outlook, Word, Excel, etc. required
Ability to Multi Task and Prioritize - Proven ability to manage multiple activities including call processing, alarm monitoring and notifications, documentation and crisis management required.
Customer Relations - Demonstrate strong verbal & written communications skills including effective listening, comprehension and clear enunciation required.

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