I've just accepted a position as an admissions coordinator for a Hospice Care company and was just wondering how difficult of a job it is. The pay/benefits package is fantastic but I'm concerned as to what exactly I'm getting myself into besides the obvious job description and day to day tasks I've been told about.
I have recently been promoted. I was an Admissions Coordinator for a Inpatient Hospice facility and now I am a Training Coordinator for our corporate company. Even though I've moved into an executive role, I didn't get a raise. I want to ask for one, as I think my pay is not sufficient for my new position. However, I have received two raises in less than a year; equaling a five dollar an hour raise from when I first began. They've been more than generous, and yet its really not equal to the type and amount of work I'm doing. I know I'm an asset. They done all sorts of things for me (even begged me to stay) when they thought I was going to leave a while back. Should I ask for a raise and if so how?
I do have my bachelors. I've been here almost a 18 months. There are several procedures in the company I developed and there are several tasks and jobs that only I know how to do. This is why they promoted me. I'm the only person in the company who knows how to do every single clerical position; so I'm the only one who could train them all.
I just started college in September. I am going to school to get my Associate's Degree in Health Services Administration. I was just wondering what jobs I could get with it. Where would be the best place to get a job: hospital, doctor's office, etc.? Where would offer more security? Which would offer better benefits and pay?
My husband is a pastor and has two degrees..one in Religion and the other in Communication. He's changing jobs for a while and going to grad school. What can he do with those?
What job fields are there or are there any helpfull websites?
I have receptionist/administrative assistant experience but I am having a hard time finding a job. I want to work at a hospital because I'd love to work from 7 pm to 7 am. This would allow me to go back to school during the days and finish up my degree. Does anyone have any tips or suggestions about how I can get a job at a hospital as a receptionist or an admission rep?
I'm 15 and I think I want to begin volunteering. I'm interested in what the perks of being an active volunteer are.
Here are my questions: What are the benefits of volunteering? Does it look good on college applications and/or job resumes? Does it look better to have volunteered in several small one-time projects, or to have stuck with a program for multiple years?
Thanks in advance.
I want to get a Health Unit Coordinator certificate, I've taken most of the classes required at my college- medical terminology, legal aspects, computer applications, keyboarding, and English, Speech, Psychology, and Business Math which are required. I only need to do an Internship.
I've read job descriptions requiring knowledge of ICD9 coding and transcription. Are these important? What classes or skills would you recommend for this position?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank You.
Not jobs that have enough workers, not jobs that can be replaced by automation or outsourcing. Not jobs that are deadly (e.g. radiation). Thanks.
I am about to enter Graduate school next year. My advisor said I should get a job in the field somehow to help with admissions, but I don't know what I should do... HELP!!!
I'll have a BS in communication disorders
I'm talking about the psychology that's deals with memory and just stuff with how the brain functions I guess. I don't want to be like those therapist type people, more research stuff. What are some jobs that are like that? How much is the average salary? Thanks!
Is there like a website where I can check all this?
I like sports. I am 5'4 and thin and get tired easily. I can't imagine myself sitting in an office in front of a computer. Even though those jobs pay a lot. I dont wanna flip burgers either. I am too week for the labor jobs. Are there any jobs in sports like soccer, basketball, volleyball, tennis for people like me?
I also want a fast-paced job, what kind of jobs would be good for me?
Ben Taft, if you're not going to help, please don't answer.
Is it a sales position. how does it work. any personal experience with this career.
Any good paying jobs?
I am real interested in understand mental illnesses & was told to go into psychology. I am wondering if I got into the degree of psychology what career choices are involved & how long of school is it?
Hi.i have a 31/2 year diploma in nursing.i am planning to migrate to canada.is it easy for me to get a nursing job in toronto after registration?what's the average pay for nurse holding a diploma in toronto?
What types of opportunities are there for Communication studies major at the entry level career stage? other than internships.
What can you do with a Bachelors degree in Psychology?
And what can you do with a Doctorate Degree in Psychology?
Please answer both questions.