Platte Valley Medical Center (PVMC) is an excellent place to work with a proven success of hiring and retaining quality employees. In fact, the turnover rate among our associates is approximately half that of Denver metro area healthcare facilities. A Culture of Excellence and Care Platte Valley Medical Center is proud of our Planetree Designation which represents the highest level of evidence-based achievement in patient/person-centered care. All associates at Platte Valley commit to the Platte Valley Behavior Standards that help to sustain our culture of excellence. We recognize and value that one of our greatest strengths continues to derive from the friendships and alliances found throughout the Hospital.
As a smoke-free campus, Platte Valley Medical Center promotes the science that tobacco use is harmful to health and does so by leading by example, encouraging abstinence, and sponsoring stop-smoking education for the community. Tobacco and marijuana use by associates diminishes the hospital’s capacity to advocate for healthy living and sends a message counterproductive to the hospital’s mission and values.
Tobacco-Use Surcharge – To support associates and their families in taking charge of their health and ensuring the medical plans remain affordable for all associates and SCL Health, associates will pay a monthly surcharge if the associate and/or the associate’s adult dependents covered under our medical plans use or have used tobacco in the 6 months prior to completing the Tobacco-Use Status Affidavit.
Part time- 20 hours per week
Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays: 3-8pm
On call (weekend shift)
The PBX Operator answers all incoming calls on the hospital's main line, screens and directs calls to the appropriate person, department, or room, places all outgoing long distance calls for personnel with restricted lines, and pages announcements. He/she covers as an Information Desk Receptionist if needed. This position involves limited supervision. Adherence to hospital policies and procedures concerning admissions, discharges, and patient confidentiality is a must. The operator's position is not limited to the above description. Performs all other duties as assigned.
Education: High school graduation or a G.E.D. equivalent preferred.
B. Experience: 6 months experience with PBX systems, general office work, computers, 10‑key, and typing preferred.
C. Knowledge, Skills, and/or Abilities: The operator must have a pleasant voice, personable, professional phone manner, good typing skills, good grammar and oral communication skills, the ability to work independently, and the flexibility to be able to do more than one job at the same time. This position may require interaction with people of all ages; therefore, the employee must have communications skills appropriate for people of all ages.