Office Assistant - Part Time

Job Description Overview Our Passion: We are improving the lives we touch. We need passionate, talented people working together who share our desire to provide the best quality care to our patients and lead the fight against the opioid epidemic. We are prepared to treat the entire disease, not just a piece of it. Our Team: Habit Opco-Brattleboro, located in Brattleboro, Vermont, is part of Acadia Healthcare's Comprehensive Treatment Centers, the leading provider of medication-assisted treatment in the nation. Our mission is to provide full-circle care that includes a blend of therapies and the use of safe and effective medications. Our team is the front line of our fight against the opiate epidemic. Your Job as an Office Assistant: The Administrative Support role will perform various administrative functions assigned in accordance with the office procedures of the clinic. Responsibilities may include answering telephones, bookkeeping, typing or word processing, office machine operation, and filing. Part Time Hours: We have daily shifts that allow our employees to have stable schedules and enjoy quality time away from the facility. Shift hours are early mornings from 5:30 AM to 10:30 AM, allowing you to enjoy a great work/life balance. This position is Part Time - scheduled for 25 hours per week. Your Responsibilities as an Office Assistant: Performs general administrative tasks assigned in accordance with the office procedures of the clinic and may include a combination of answering telephones, billing, typing or word processing, office machine operation, and filing; Operate the front desk duties during peak hours or when primary staff in unavailable; Sort, organize and maintain office records; Assist with new patient enrollments as necessary; Assist with various insurance/billing reports as necessary; May assist with patient drug testing procedures; and, Perform other duties as assigned. Job Requirements Your Skills and Qualifications as an Office Assistant: High School Diploma or equivalent Previous administrative experience preferred

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