Administrative Assistant, Complaints and Practice Investigations
Reporting to the complaints manager and in accordance with College policies and procedures, the administrative assistant is responsible for providing a wide range of confidential administrative tasks including assistance with the Inquiry Committee, and practice investigation matters.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Duties include but are not limited to the following:
- complete intake tasks for all complaints received, including summarizing the complaint and entering the summary into complaint database, and producing weekly stream assignment reports
- open new complaint and general correspondence files
- monitor complaint inbox for new complaints
Inquiry Committee meeting support
- assist with preparation for committee meetings, including scanning files and booking marking documents
- assist with the distribution of meeting materials to staff and committee members
Annual licence renewal process
- address inquiries from registrants
- attend planning and follow-up meetings on behalf of department
- generate reports following completion of annual licence renewal process for review and action by director, complaints and practice investigations
- draft correspondence to registrants and track responses
- complete follow-up tasks as required
Complaint file management
- assist with drafting and managing correspondence for previously closed complaint files
- organize transfer of inactive files throughout College and finally to long-term storage
- cull previously closed complaint files
- create dispositions for closed files prior to transfer to long-term storage
General administrative duties
- assist with complaints department overflow work including drafting letters, scanning of documents and distribution of materials
- distribute department mail
- draft general correspondence as directed by the deputy registrar or director
- use a bring-forward system to manage tasks effectively
- provide coverage for the physician engagement line, including checking messages, triaging concerns, and scheduling calls with medical reviewers
- other related duties as assigned
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Required skills and qualifications include:
- successful completion of grade 12 supplemented by a two‐year office administration diploma or equivalent combination of education and experience; post-secondary education is advantageous
- exceptional verbal and written communication skills, including a good command of grammar rules and punctuation
- working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint
- proven ability to perform multiple tasks, balance continuous demands and priorities and meet deadlines
- ability to organize and set work priorities
- ability to work both independently and as a team member
- ability to maintain a calm demeanor during busy or stressful times
- ability to exercise good judgment in recognizing scope of authority and protecting confidential information a must
- detail oriented
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How To Apply
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We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for interview will be contacted.