We are a well established Physiotherapy Clinic located in St. Boniface.
We are trying to find the right person to assume the role of our next Clinic Manager.
What we’re looking for:
• Someone who is dedicated to and cares about their workplace, their co-workers and of course all the clients we provide service for.
• Someone who is positive and likes to be ‘professionally social/ welcoming’ and works to make sure everyone has a good experience at the clinic.
• Someone with a type A personality and makes sure they tie up loose ends, chase down payments and be organized with paperwork.
Beyond that your duties will include making sure that the office runs smoothly. Everything from making sure we have staff scheduled to taking payments, collecting from insurance companies, direct billing for clients, compiling month and year ends, taking appointments, ordering supplies etc.
Formal training in small business management would be a definite positive but not necessarily required.
We are in a French community so french speaking is an asset.
We’re looking for someone who sees this as their ‘long term’ and ideal position.
It is a family run clinic that will be transitioning from one generation of physiotherapists to another. There will also be an upcoming transition of software systems. We will be transitioning to the Jane system that we use at our other clinics, so knowledge of the Jane system would also be an asset
This position will allow you to have some control over the hours you work, the time off you take etc… As long as things are taken care of and managed appropriately.
We view this as a rewarding position where you’ll make many great relationships and contacts through the years.
We’ve listed the position as full time but it could be anywhere between the 30-40 hours per week range and as said earlier you will have some control of that.
We’re hoping that this person will be able to start soon.
If this all sounds perfect to you we look forward to you being in touch.
Thanks everyone for reading through our posting.
Job type: Permanent
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