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Schedule patient appointments. Provide information regarding insurance and billing questions. Register, enroll and process patient information using applicable software programs. Data entering of medical records into the software program. Respond to phone calls and provide information. Must have a reachable score on the Medical Assistant list or be a current NYS employee and have a current permanent appointment with 1 year of service as a Medical Assistant, or in a title eligible to transfer to Medical Assistant. $34148 to $40922 per year. ohrm @ albany.edu
Electrician. Plan and lay out work; wire new installations. Repair, maintain and install motors, transformers, switches and wiring, alarm systems, traffic signals. Locate and diagnose electrical malfunction using ammeter, voltmeter, ohmmeter and test lamp. Test generators and heaters for safety and efficiency. Install fixtures, motors and other equipment; make adjustments. Inspect and test circuits and wiring for shielding and grounding and repair or rewire system. Maintain shop machinery, equipment and electrical tools; make sure work areas and equipment are clean, safe and properly serviced. Draw rough sketches or prepare plans to accomplish work projects; lay out tasks for subordinates; give verbal instruction and/or demonstrate proper electrical techniques and use of electrical tools and equipment. Supervise, direct and coordinate sub-journey level workers involved in installation, maintenance or repair of various types of electrical equipment, motors, pumps generators, etc. Conduct inspections to determine maintenance needs and make recommendations of priorities for repair. Operate light trucks, aerial bucket truck and other motor vehicles. Load and unload materials, tools and equipment. Prepare sketches showing location of wiring and equipment, interpret and follow diagrams or blueprints of installations. Test, adjust, calibrate and maintain central heating plant controls, building heating, air conditioning and ventilating equipment, controls for refrigeration. Measure, cut, bend, thread, assemble and install electrical conduit. Must complete NYS two-year electrician training program; or have 4 years of full-time experience under a skilled journey-level electrician. $43484 to $53081 per year. Janet.Grant @parks. ny.gov
Tax information aide
Tax information aide. Open mail and prepare tax returns for processing. Process payments for daily bank deposits. Resolve routine problems and issues. Receive, screen, review, and verify documents. Sort and distribute documents, keep appropriate records, and redirect documents. Establish new files by numbering forms, coding, preparing file folders, and compiling relevant material. Update and correct records and files. Create routine reports, (e.g., personal and unit production, or assist in preparation of reports by gathering data, tabulating results, preparing simple charts). Operate office machinery, including photocopiers, calculators, computer printers, and scanners. Enter and/or retrieve information from computer databases. Communicate both verbally and in writing. Create materials, including, but not limited to letters/memorandums, emails, and spreadsheets using various computer software programs. Research and resolve errors and omissions on tax returns. 1 year of clerical support experience in a customer service environment is preferred. $15.47 per hour. susan.zobre @tax. ny.gov
Cleaner. Empty trash, recyclables and dispose of waste and hazardous articles. Clean, dust, and polish assigned areas including furniture, metal fixtures and equipment. Clean floors including wash, strip and wax floors, corridors, stairs and stairwells, vacuum and shampoo carpets. Clean and scrub walls, partitions, windows from the inside or outside of buildings and areas of lavatories and locker rooms. Change curtains and drapes, hang pictures and other decorative objects, replace light bulbs, dust or wash light fixtures and high places using ladders and scaffolds. Move furniture and equipment in connection with cleaning activities, meeting set up, or special events. National Work Readiness Credential preferred. $29009 per year.
UB-HR @ buffalo.edu
Physician assistant. Screen patients/residents to determine need for medical attention, including initial screening for sick call; perform routine physicals; assist medical staff in caring for patients; prepares and completes records; forms and reports, including paperwork necessary to comply with State and Federal regulatory. Must be licensed and currently registered as a Physician Assistant by the NYS Education Department or possess a limited permit to practice. 35.09 to $44.39 per hour.
Michele.Hutchings @ doccs.ny.gov
Office assistant. Extensive use of computers (use of TABS, Billing tracking system, RIA and TRIPS database, primarily for presentations and spreadsheet applications. Receiving and organizing work to be typed, determining document format. Compiling reports for processing and distribution. Typing correspondence, documents and forms in draft and/or final form. Proofreading and correcting work producing completed copy. Answering phones and taking messages, using photo copiers, fax machines, filing, ordering equipment and supplies. Sending correspondence and maintaining records. Taking meeting minutes. Receive, sort and distribute mail. Copying and scanning. Must be permanent Office Assistant 1 or eligible for 70.1 transfer. $31245 to $38651 per year.
opwdd.sm.sunmount.jobs @ opwdd.ny.gov