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Massachusetts Eye and Ear

Scheduling Technician

Mass Eye & Ear Infirmary

Requisition Number14-0319
Hours Per Week40
Using the computerized scheduling system, generates data for all future bookings for Major and Minor OR'S, Surgicenter, Laser Center, and Admissions. Incorporates and adheres to scheduling guidelines for each of these areas. Recognizes and incorporates all equipment needs either by procedure or by physician preference, and confirms the availability for the duration of the procedure. Identifies those physicians requiring more or less time by procedure and overrides the time held by the system.
High School, preferably some college. Medical terminology strongly preferred, typing, and an understanding of computer data entry. At least three years of business or hospital experience and an ability to interpret and integrate graphic displays. Keyboard for long periods of time. Must act well under pressure, have a good telephone personality, a proven ability to get along well with others and to deal in a tactful and diplomatic fashion as required.
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    Position Summary

    • Company:
      Mass. Eye & Ear Infirmary
    • Location
      Boston, MA 02110
    • Job Status/Type:
      Full Time Employee
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    • Occupation:
      General/Other: Medical/Health
    • Industry:
      Healthcare Services
    • Work Experience:
      1+ to 2 Years
    • Education Level:
      High School or equivalent
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    About Massachusetts Eye and Ear

    About Massachusetts Eye and Ear

    Whether you see our physicians at Mass. Eye and Ear’s main campus in Boston or at one of our suburban locations, we offer safe, compassionate care and outstanding service.

    Mass. Eye and Ear is a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital, a world-renowned research center, and consistently ranks in the top five in the nation for both specialties in U.S.News & World Report’s annual hospital survey.