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Entry Level Mail/File Clerk

nma
McKinney, TX
  • Expired: November 19, 2022. Applications are no longer accepted.

Position Description

Position Title: Mail/File Clerk

Department: Office

Job Category: Administration

At NMA, we invest in you! The atmosphere here values opportunity for growth, development, and internal promotion. We are currently looking for a full-time onsite Mail/File Clerk in our McKinney office, with experience in a similar role in the healthcare industry. This role can also be filled by someone with a four-year degree and the desire to enter the healthcare field in an entry-level role.

Responsibilities:

Pick up mail from post office boxes at the post office

Drop off bank deposits

Open incoming mail

Scan and file incoming payments and correspondence

Download EOBs & denials from Waystar

Prepare outgoing mail for claims, A/R, and accounting

Print and mail statements for patients at month end

Document all outgoing mail on the mail log

Other tasks/special projects as assigned

Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree required

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Strong work ethic and flexibility required

Ability to spell and use professional and appropriate grammar in written communication

Ability to prioritize and multitask

Successfully pass a background check

Strong attention to detail and organization required

The ability to work with little or no supervision

Working Conditions:

Regular work in an office setting

Physical Demands:

Ability to lift a maximum of fifty (50) pounds.

Ability to sit for long periods of time

 

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