SUMMARY: Works in a highly responsible and confidential environment.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Able to work under stressful conditions Answers phone Calculate service charges for services rendered Completes forms Deals with death reports and certificates Inputs Inquest transcriptions into computer Keeps track of basic supplies and orders replacements as needed Makes and confirms appointments for supervisors May complete and sign cremation certificates with Coroners authority May complete and sign death certificates with Coroners authority May prepare older files for microfilming May supervise small unit staff Organizes and maintains files on death investigations Pays invoices Prepares and distributes reports Prepares appointment schedules for supervisors on a daily basis Prepares medical and toxicology reports Proofreads Schedules meetings and visitor tours Screens calls for supervisor Takes and distributes messages Transcribes Types Works with and interprets program policies Works with correspondence
All the above are performed in a specialized and confidential nature.
QUALIFICATIONS: Senior Medical Secretary must be able to perform stated job duties in an efficient, organized manner.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Usually a High school diploma or general education degree (GED) is necessary.