Senior Health Information Specialist I & II

This support member is responsible for the coordination of non-clinical operations of the Student Counseling Services. This position also conducts financial assistance eligibility screening and recommendations and obtains financial reimbursement documentation for all individuals accessing medical services at the branch. This position requires that the candidate possess a High School Diploma. The candidate must possess a minimum of two years experience in medical/mental health office practice. Experience working with persons with disabilities, preferable homeless individuals with a serious mental health diagnosis. Also, candidate should have a high level of interpersonal relation skills (verbal and written) required. Strong computer literacy in all Microsoft Office software. Be a strong team player. The position will require youth and family client contact experience for intake completion. Candidate should be able to display flexibility in adapting to changing conditions. Human Services field experience preferred.

Section: Student Counseling Services

Location: Broward County

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