Details for Operations Specialist 1: New Grads Encouraged to Apply!
Independence Anesthesia Services (IAS) began in 2003 as an anesthesia provider recruitment agency with a mission to be honest, transparent, and inclusive. We have committed our services to exceptional patient care through building, developing, and maintaining long term relationships with facilities and providers over the past 17 years. Our commitment to integrity and excellent customer service has contributed to our success as an organization, our steady growth, and our reputation as a top locum tenens company.
As an Operations Specialist 1 at IAS you will have the following benefits:
Permissive (unlimited PTO)
401k with up to 4% employer matching!
Employer paid short term disability, long term disability, Accidental Death and Dismemberment, basic life insurance
Employee Assistance Program, College Tuition Benefit program
Bereavement, Jury, and Military leave
7 Company holidays
New Year’s Day
Martin Luther King Jr Day
As an Operations Specialist 1, you will work directly with recruiters and vendors to coordinate candidate travel and manage document workflow. This position will verify the identity and qualifications of candidate providers. This position plays an integral customer service role by gathering the provider credentials on behalf of the facility. In doing so, they reduce the administrative burden on the facility and are responsible for ensuring that credentials are gathered quickly, smoothly, and efficiently to make placement on assignments hassle-free for both the facility and the provider. Finally, you will be responsible for reviewing invoices for accuracy and processing Provider timesheets timely.
Operations Specialist 1 Requirements:
High school diploma or equivalent
1-2 years’ experience within administration and/or customer service
Proficiency with Microsoft Office (emphasis on Excel and Word), Google Suite required
Proficiency with CRM databases preferred
Home office in commuting distance from Athens, GA preferred, remote candidates will be considered.
Interested applicants should email their resume and any questions they have to firstname.lastname@example.org
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