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Martha White
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over 6 months ago

I love people, I have worked in medical offices, I have also started my own business #aboutmyjob #healthcare #medicalassistant

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Brittany Duran
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over 6 months ago

Needing help finding an Apprentices for Medical Assisting in my area or Abilene. #medicalassistant #jobsearch #advice

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Olga Lundin
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over 6 months ago

Looking for find part time medical assistant or phlebotomy #jobsearch #medicalassistant #healthcare

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Hi Dawn!! Have you checked out any of the jobs posted to the work from home page? There are tons of opportunities posted there daily : ) as well as tips and tricks to landing a WFH job! Let me know if you need any additional help or opportunities!

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Go to Sykes Enterprizes!

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Debra Christal
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CMA - Seattle Washington

Are you an experienced CMA looking for a change in your work environment?

Look no further than this awesome opportunity to join an MA team in a fertility clinic providing medical office assistance and helping physicians with patient care.

Full time position (8am-430pm) + benefits package including bonuses!

Salary: D.O.E

You'll Need:

+Washington State Medical Assistant Certification or Interim Medical Assistant Certification required.

+Completion of a Medical Assistant program is required

+Phlebotomy skills required (will perform blood draws + injections)

+Ability to commute to work daily (must live within 45 minutes to work location)

+Experience or ability to assist and chaperone physician with procedures

+Experience performing clerical duties + efficient office operations

  • Basic to Intermediate computer + software skills
  • Knowledge of insurance authorizations a plus

**See more information and/or send in your resume to apply via:

https://www.reflik.com/job?jobId=NDk2Mw==referrer=NjA3OQ== #healthcare #healthcarejobs #medicalassistant #seattle

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Lenin Pina
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Argus Medical Management will be hosting a Virtual Hiring Event for October 21st, from 10:00 am to 11:00 am.

Pay range will vary based on responsibilities, and experience. Typical range is from $12 - $20.

At the event Argus Medical representatives we will be speaking about the positions that are available, as well as some great tips for building your resume and how to interview.

How to Sign Up for the Event:

  • Upon completion of the Hiring Event, all qualified candidates will be immediately sent out to our Hiring Managers.
  • To be considered, please apply here with your resume containing your updated contact information.

Deadline to sign up October 20th 12 PM

#hiringnews #jobsearch healthcare #medicalassistant #directcare #California

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Eboni Walker
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I been with a company for 15 years with no growth. I decided to go back to school to further my education into medical administration to obtain a degree. So I can be open for more opportunities to advance my career. Took it to my manager, He stated he could not accommodate me. I was upset because we have enough employees that is per diem that can cover my shifts. All I needed was two weekends to be covered because I worked every other weekend and my classes were In the evening. But then I notice an employee with less seniority than me was taking a vacation every month. I ended up having a conversation with this employee regarding me going back to school and wanted to further my education. I also asked the employee if it was ok to mention her for when I decide to have another meeting with the manager. She was ok with it and she even offered to pick up the days that I needed off. Wow! ( Long story short) Per the manager, stated the same answer again. I’m not able to accommodate because I have a need and the employee had it writing that she needed the time off and if it was ok she will accept their offer. The manager prior had already granted the offer to her. So of course I went through the chain of commands with union reps involved and the union asked management and HR to produce the employee letter. No letter, no time off for school and basically it was a freaking no with a slap to the face. I was so upset and frustrated with this company who cared for their employees and patients. At the same time, I was on-call with Kaiser for 3 years trying to find full time work. Another job offer came from a post acute care company , I took the job due to the fact that the position was created and I would be able to work from home and make my own hours. So I ended up leaving the 15 year company and kaiser and took a big pay cut. I was ok and ready to start new. Thinking to myself, I can work one job, have more time at home and go back to school. I get to this company, all hell broke out with the staff. Staff complaining about how they’re over worked, unhappy, not enough staff and not enough pay. I literally walked to my office fell to my bad knees saying why why why me lord! Shaking my head. But I got up re-grouped and just resume my responsibilities and stayed smiling. After a month, they eliminated my position on top of me finding out that my mom have myeloma cancer. I have been unemployed since September 2019 on a look out for a job. I try to read every one story on here knowing that I’m not alone being unemployed constantly looking for work. I’m signed up with temp agencies applying to jobs with 100 applicants just about doing all I can do to get a job before unemployment runs out. The stories I read on here be a lot but serious situations. I’ve gain strength, laughter, Be in tears, and new responses to add to for interviewing. Just a lot of things I can relate to. But I can say this, I’m always letting the temp agencies know that if they really looking for people. They need to create an account and read the stories on job case and reach out to the people and send them to work. Because we here!

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Diane Delagarza
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over 6 months ago

That working at UT Southwestern is a great place and the people are so friendly.

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Diane Delagarza
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Transfering to one clinic to another. Which I should of stayed cause I learned alot.

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