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Job Description CLERK Job Function:  Assist the Administrator and QIDP of the facilities with revising and  typing final drafts of various documents, complete filing, and other duties  involved with   the daily business of each home.  Supervises:  No One Reports to:  Administrator  Primary Duties:  1. Filing, once per week, at each home (bulk, chart, and administrative).  2. Update medication changes (d/c, new, increase, decrease, etc.) on the individual  medication history and the psychotropic medication history forms.   3. When QIDP finishes Q-Summaries, make copies for Day Training.  4. Beginning of the month paperwork. In-house, Therapeutic, Social Services, Behavior  sheets; all should be typed ready for team leader books.  5. ISP’s:  Getting all forms ready 6 weeks prior to staffing for the QIDP. Send out  when completed.      Type changes that the QIDP identifies in red pen.  Make Copies.      Type changes to the programs.      Double check primary priorities to ensure they are in the same order as  the GP-8, Q-Summary, and the back page of the ISP.  6. Credit Card statements with receipts should be organized for the Administrator and  to RFMS by the 10th.  Double check them and make copies.  7. Assist with payables.  8. Filing CBTAs, class signature sheets, and related DSP training documentation in the  respective binders.  9. Employee Files:  For new hires, print all forms from the website. After the  orientation is complete, file accordingly. Prepare an audit to ensure the file is  complete.  10. Fire Drills, Evacuation plans, and quarterly environment audit need to be double   checked monthly.  11. Behavior Management and Quality Assurance: Type all changes before and after the  meeting. File in individual case file.  12. Inventory of all office supplies.  13. Assisting with invitations, information, typing etc.  14. Ensure that In-services are documented on the GA-91 form in the employee file.  15. Administrative duties, as assigned.  16. All other duties, as assigned by supervisor.  Qualifications for the Clerk shall be:  Education:  High School Graduate or GED  Substitute for Education: None Requirement:   Maintain a valid Driver’s License  Demonstrate functional 8th Grade literacy through standardized exam  Maintain acceptable status under the Healthcare Workers’ Background  Check Act  Physical Demands:    The physical demands described here are representative of those that  must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential  functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable  individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.    The employee must occasionally lift and/or move, push and/or pull up to  20 lbs. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision,  depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.  While performing the duties  of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger,  handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; talk or hear and smell. The  employee is required to move frequently and occasionally required to  stoop, kneel, crouch, climb, balance, or crawl.  The employee is frequently  required to sit for extended periods of time.   The employee must be able to assist in the evacuation of individuals in  emergency situations. The employee must possess emotional stability to  deal with stressful situations on a regular basis and the ability to deal with  illness, death, and dying.  Copyright©2008 LTC Support Services, LLC. All Rights Reserved 
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Job Description CLERK Job Function:  Assist the Administrator and QIDP of the facilities with revising and typing final drafts of various documents,                         complete filing, and other duties involved with the daily business of each facility. Supervises:  No One Reports to:  Administrator Primary Duties: 1. Filing, once per week, at each facility (bulk, chart, and administrative). 2. Update medication changes (d/c, new, increase, decrease, etc.) on the resident medication history and the psychotropic           medication history forms. 3. When QIDP finishes Q-Summaries, make copies for Day Training. 4. Beginning of the month paperwork. In-house, Therapeutic, Social Services, Behavior sheets; all should be typed ready for           team leader books. 5. ISP’s: Getting all forms ready 6 weeks prior to staffing for the QIDP. Send out when completed. Type changes that the QIDP identifies in red pen.  Make Copies. Type changes to the programs. Double check primary priorities to ensure they are in the same order as the GP-8, Q-Summary, and the back page of the            ISP. 6. Credit Card statements with receipts should be organized for the Administrator and to RFMS by the 10th.  Double check            them and make copies. 7. Assist with payables. 8. Filing CBTAs, class signature sheets, and related DSP training documentation in the respective binders. 9. Employee Files:  For new hires, print all forms from the website. After the orientation is complete, file accordingly. Prepare           an audit to ensure the file is complete. 10. Fire Drills, Evacuation plans, and quarterly environment audit need to be double checked monthly. 11. Behavior Management and Quality Assurance: Type all changes before and after the meeting. File in resident case file. 12. Inventory of all office supplies. 13. Assisting with invitations, information, typing etc. 14. Ensure that In-services are documented on the GA-91 form in the employee file. 15. Payroll duties: Verify wage is correct on the check, putting checks in envelopes, adding newsletters, print punch details,           e-time, etc. 16. Administrative duties, as assigned. 17. All other duties, as assigned by supervisor. Qualifications for the Clerk shall be: Education:  High School Graduate or GED Substitute for Education: None Requirement:  Maintain a valid Driver’s License Demonstrate functional 8th Grade literacy through standardized exam Obtain/maintain status on the Habilitation Aid Registry Maintain acceptable status under the Healthcare Workers’ Background Check Act Physical Demands:  The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move, push and/or pull up to 20 lbs. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; talk or hear and smell. The employee is required to move frequently and occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, climb, balance, or crawl.  The employee is frequently required to sit for extended periods of time. The employee must be able to assist in the evacuation of residents in emergency situations. The employee must possess emotional stability to deal with stressful situations on a regular basis and the ability to deal with illness, death, and dying.
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ACHIEVEMENT-UNLIMITED | COMMUNITY-LIVING-OPTIONS | FRANCES-HOUSE | PINNACLE-OPPORTUNITIES | PIONEER-CONCEPTS  © 2015
Job Description CLERK Job Function:  Assist the Administrator and QIDP of the facilities with revising and typing final drafts of various documents, complete filing, and other duties involved with the daily business of each facility. Supervises:  No One Reports to:  Administrator Primary Duties: 1. Filing, once per week, at each facility (bulk, chart, and administrative). 2. Update medication changes (d/c, new, increase, decrease, etc.) on the resident medication history and the psychotropic medication history forms. 3. When QIDP finishes Q-Summaries, make copies for Day Training. 4. Beginning of the month paperwork. In-house, Therapeutic, Social Services, Behavior sheets; all should be typed ready for team leader books. 5. ISP’s: Getting all forms ready 6 weeks prior to staffing for the QIDP. Send out when completed. Type changes that the QIDP identifies in red pen.  Make Copies. Type changes to the programs. Double check primary priorities to ensure they are in the same order as the GP-8, Q-Summary, and the back page of the ISP. 6. Credit Card statements with receipts should be organized for the Administrator and to RFMS by the 10th.  Double check them and make copies. 7. Assist with payables. 8. Filing CBTAs, class signature sheets, and related DSP training documentation in the respective binders. 9. Employee Files:  For new hires, print all forms from the website. After the orientation is complete, file accordingly. Prepare an audit to ensure the file is complete. 10. Fire Drills, Evacuation plans, and quarterly environment audit need to be double checked monthly. 11. Behavior Management and Quality Assurance: Type all changes before and after the meeting. File in resident case file. 12. Inventory of all office supplies. 13. Assisting with invitations, information, typing etc. 14. Ensure that In-services are documented on the GA-91 form in the employee file. 15. Payroll duties: Verify wage is correct on the check, putting checks in envelopes, adding newsletters, print punch details, e-time, etc. 16. Administrative duties, as assigned. 17. All other duties, as assigned by supervisor. Qualifications for the Clerk shall be: Education:  High School Graduate or GED Substitute for Education: None Requirement:  Maintain a valid Driver’s License Demonstrate functional 8th Grade literacy through standardized exam Obtain/maintain status on the Habilitation Aid Registry Maintain acceptable status under the Healthcare Workers’ Background Check Act Physical Demands:  The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move, push and/or pull up to 20 lbs. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; talk or hear and smell. The employee is required to move frequently and occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, climb, balance, or crawl.  The employee is frequently required to sit for extended periods of time. The employee must be able to assist in the evacuation of residents in emergency situations. The employee must possess emotional stability to deal with stressful situations on a regular basis and the ability to deal with illness, death, and dying.