- Shift: Varied Shifts
Who We Are
Valley Health System is a not-for-profit network of hospitals, urgent cares, physician practices, and services. Expanding across Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland, we are devoted to the health of all who call our 18-county area home.
A vital resource for healthcare, we are the region’s largest employer, a dependable community partner, and are at the leading edge of clinical innovations.
We are looking for passionate, innovative, and caring people who will each bring their unique skills and perspectives to our workplace.
What You Will Do:
The Communications Technician accurately handles answer/ transfer calls for the general public, communicates directions to different facilities for general public, pages physicians/ VHS personnel as needed, enters schedules and updates for Web on call for physician practices and departments. The Communications Technician is responsible for maintaining a safe and clean work environment, and communicating in support of Valley Health values.
What You Will Bring:
High school diploma or equivalency required
Former hospital department/call center operator or physician office experience preferred
- Customer service oriented and excellent communication skills required - Proficiency in computer and typing skills (40-50 wpm) required - Working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Outlook required - Ability to respond to multiple demands and use analytica
What You Will Get:
- Competitive salary
- Flexible scheduling
- Onsite Childcare (available at some locations)
- Health Insurance
- Paid Time Off
- Wellness Program
- Tuition Assistance
- Retirement Plan
- Life Insurance
*some benefits are subject to change due to job status
We celebrate, support, and thrive on our differences for the benefit of our employees, our patients, and the communities we serve.
We are neighbors caring for neighbors, and our goal is always to help those we serve get well, feel well, and stay well.
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