I am interested in unit clerking, and hold my MOA certificate. Are there any ways that I would be able to get on the job training, or do I require the full program? Any insight from actual unit clerks would be helpful.
I am researching different positions I can take a few classes for and be able to get a job. Anyone who is a health unit clerk or a ward clerk at a hospital that can offer me any insight to the field and how much they generally make per hour would be so appreciated.
I am looking into the Nursing Assistant program at the local junior college. It says it prepares you for jobs as a nursing assistant, phlebotomist and a medical unit clerk. What kind of jobs can you get with this training?
Through this 2 semester program they teach you the material for all 3 programs so you can take the certification exams. i just don't know what kind of jobs i can get
How can I word and answer these three questions in a professional way? The position I'm applying for is Unit Clerk part time. The only requirements that are needed for this position; is your high school diploma; I recieved my high school diploma back in 2006.
One of the questions is: List any computer software or office equipment that you can use.
The next one is: Please identify skills that you have that are relative to the job which you are applying.
The last one is: Indicate any honors, professional societies and related professional activities that you feel might be helpful in considering your application.
I will be graduating in May and one of my classes requires a written resume. My previous jobs include restaurant management, hospital unit clerk, telemetry monitor on the cardiac ward, and HR manager. My future career will be as a physician, however the job I am to focus on for the assignment would be related to a bachelor's degree in biochemistry.
Would it be better to focus on specific abilities from these jobs or to continue with a chronological format. Also, should I focus on the classes I have taken to prepare for my degree such as labs and neglect job history or should I include job history and just do a basic overview of my college preparation. Is it necessary to include grade point and test scores (MCAT)? Thanks for any advice you could pass on to me.
I work as a health unit clerk (admin duties on hospital wards). I recently just finished school for it and parts of the job I like and parts of the job I don't. It's a good stepping stone for me though but I don't think I see myself doing it forever.
The job position I'm applying for is Unit Clerk in a hospital and the only requirement needed is your high school diploma. I recieved my high school diploma in 2006.
I want to possibly move to the UK in about 2 years. I am starting my medical office assistant with health unit clerk specialty program in about 3 weeks. The program is a year long. I am currently in Alberta, Calgary. What I am asking is if I take the course in Canada, will the diploma certification be valid in the UK if I went to get a job there? Please any help would be appreciated, thanks.
I am currently a Nursing Student, in my final semester. My current job has nothing to do with the medical field, and I really would like to start a job in a Hospital as either a unit clerk or a PCA before I graduate in May. Does anyone have any ideas or resources on the best way to obtain a position in a NY Hospital?? Thanks!!
Also what is it? How does it work? Is it an old machine? A data entry clerk job said this was something I would be operating. I have never even heard of it. I've looked it up on the internet and I can find nothing other than other people asking what one looks like.
I want to do AAT and I just got a job in a completely different field. However I will only work 25 hours as the hospital unit clerk. I have a degree but jobs are so hard to find right now so I took what I could. I figured it would give me time to study. Do you think I'll be able to fit the study in?
I am on mental disability have two kids sharing rent with family ( dont have own apartment since cant affoard) I want to gain some education so i can get a good steady job. Problem is imn stuck with should I do a short program in college 4 months long (health unit clerk), or MET ( mechanical engineering technology two years program) or one year online program of cardiology technician??? I dont have someone from whome I can get a wise advice or mayb I dont want their advice so please if someone can give an advice I will be really thankful.
I am 33 years old with an AS in accounting and most of my jobs been either in the accounting areas. Either in construction, investments, publishing and frieght feilds. But my goal is to work in an hospital financial department. I've been applying for the jobs (unit clerk, admin secretary, admin asst., registration assoc., etc.) and no luck, not even a phone interview. Could anyone help me with getting into the hospital.
I applied for a job at a hospital, for a Unit Clerk.. will my dropped perpetraitor by omission charge show up on my criminal background check even though I was never arrested for the charge and charges were dropped?
Not a doctor, a nurse, or anything that requires a degree. I'm starting college in a couple of weeks and people have told me to get jobs at a hospital. I don't have any "medical experience" so I was wondering what other jobs there are that a high school graduate can do.
Are they diffucult and strict?
Thanks in advance.
I was wondering, what types of jobs a two year Medical Assisting degree would enable one to do in a hospital. Please, don't just post the job title, but what they might actually do?
What jobs in the medical/health care have the least difficult schooling and pay good?
Im thinking about going to school in the medical/health field and have a full time family and job. Can anyone recommend jobs in these fields that are secure, pay decent and aren't very insanely hard schooling? The quicker the schooling the better. The easier school, the better. Any help is appreciated!
preferrably one that doesnt involve nursing homes
I have not worked since Feb. 2000, but now I find it necessary, I do not have the means for further training. In the past I have worked as a hospital unit clerk, a file clerk, Anesthesia Scheduler, have helped people with home care, but am not certified. I have been looking for something for a long time, with no success. I am signed up with the state TWC agency, and Hot Jobs, many employment sites, to no avail. I am hoping for ideas, or even career counselors that don't cost alot that I could speak to in person, not on line I also have waitress experience. All my experience in these areas are old, I need help I am out of Ideas, Thanks, Gladgirl77
How do I become a Hospital Unit Secretary?
What classes and/or degree do I need in order to do this?
Any advice on this would be great!
I am a bit confused, well maybe not confused, just not informed about the process of careers in the military, particularly the Marine Corps. Is everyone just sent off to Iraq to fight? Are there other jobs as well? Are there non fighting jobs of the sort? Do you get to pick what exactly you want to do? What can you do in the Marine Corps? I'm sorry if this is a bit confusing to you all, if you need me to clarify what exactly I am asking, please say. Simply put, what types of occupations are available in the Marine Corps?