MiraMed is going to be at our Fifth Annual Job Fair on August 23 at the Odeum at Villa Park. They are looking to fill multiple positions such as Building Mainteance Coordinator, Collections Supervisor, Self-Pay Collector and Patient Account Resolution Representative.

Below is a job description for the Collections Supervisor.

Interested in a new job or different career path? Please click here to register for the job fair.

MiraMedLogo 1Job Title:        COLLECTIONS SUPERVISOR    
Department:        SELF PAY BAD DEBT

The Collections Supervisor supervises trains, evaluates and monitors on-the-job performance of staff responsible for third party medical collections. Ensures that the Collectors are meeting production goals, complying with company standards and federal collection laws and generally performing the essential functions of their position.   

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

•    Supervise, train, evaluate and monitor on-the-job performance of staff responsible for third party medical collections area.

•    Interview candidates and make recommendation for new hires.

•    Ensure that all collectors are in compliance with federal collection laws and 3rd party requirements by monitoring calls and other observation.

•    Assist the Manager and Director of Self Pay with the day to day operations and management of the Self Pay unit.  

•    Analyzes, reports and maintains daily, weekly and monthly production data on Collectors.

•    Assist Collectors with day-to-day collections issues as necessary.  

•    Monitor work standards on an ongoing basis, and as appropriate, make recommendations for change.

•    Establish daily work schedules for Collectors including dialer times, priority codes and client lists.  Ensure adequate staffing for all shifts.

•    Meets regularly with Collectors to review productivity reports and assess payer issues.

•    Document and keep Senior Management apprised of all disciplinary issues.

•    Prepare and deliver 3-month reviews for Collectors.

•    Implement performance improvement plans as appropriate. 

•    Serve as subject matter expert for Collectors.

•    Perform all other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

•    Thorough knowledge of the Medical Collection industry.

•    Familiarity with all federal laws and regulations pertaining to Collections.

•    Knowledge of medical terminology, ICD9 & CPT4 coding used for diagnoses and medical treatments

•    Skilled with Microsoft Office products.

•    Experience with Collection software.

•    Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.

•    Ability to perform well under pressure.

•    Bilingual a plus but not required

Education and Experience Requirements:

•    High School Diploma or equivalent is required; Associate or Bachelor Degree preferred.

•    3-5 years experience in Medical Collections or related field.

•    2+ year’s Supervisory experience.

Chicago Pipefitters Local 597 are going to be at our Fifth Annual Job Fair on August 23 at the Odeum at Villa Park. They are looking to recruit Apprentices for their HVAC and Building Trade Apprenticeship Programs.

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Description: Apprenticeship Training

Apprenticeship is both an ancient tradition and a highly effective modern training method, particularly for those choosing to work in the exciting and increasingly technical construction industry.

The United Association has the first nationally registered joint apprenticeship program in the United States, dating back to 1936.  Over 75 years ago!

Individuals who enter a United Association five-year apprenticeship program are part of a select group of men and women motivated to learn a complex and challenging trade while upholding the ideals of trade unionism. Applicants are evaluated on the same fair basis, without regard to race, sex, national origin or religious affiliation.

UA apprentices learn through both classroom and on-the-job training in what is considered by many to be the best construction industry apprentice program in the world. The five-year apprenticeship period is divided into one-year segments, each of which includes 1,700 to 2,000 hours of on-the-job training and a minimum of 216 hours of related classroom instruction.

All UA apprentices receive a strong general education background in the trade, with core courses in basics such as mathematics and drafting.  Apprentices choose a specific path to follow, to become trained as a journeyman plumber, pipe fitter, sprinkler fitter, or service mechanic.

All training programs are run through United Association local joint training committees in specific cities or regions, and are overseen by National Joint Training Committees. One of the things that make the UA training program so successful is that we view it as a joint partnership between labor and management.

Apprenticeship is not an easy time: UA apprentices must work the same hours as journeypersons plus attend classes. Yet, this can be a highly rewarding career path for an individual who is highly motivated to learn the piping trade and become an active member of a proud and noble trade union.

Visit http://www.pftf597.org/about/apprenticeship-training/ for more information.

ItascaTCTHVILLA PARK – State Senator Tom Cullerton (D-Villa Park), local chambers of commerce and the Illinois Department of Employment Security will host a job fair from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday, August 23 at the Odeum in Villa Park.

Area businesses will be looking for qualified candidates, accepting resumes and giving on-the-spot interviews.

Cullerton is recruiting Illinois employers to participate in his fifth annual job fair.

“The key to growing our economy is helping DuPage County residents find jobs right here in Illinois,” said Cullerton. “Our annual job fair matches local job seekers with area employers who are looking to hire right now. I encourage area residents who are looking for work or simply looking for a new opportunity to take advantage of this free resource.”

Veterans seeking jobs will be admitted at 10 a.m. before the event begins for the general public.

The event is open to the press.

If you are looking for a job, please click here to register. We encourage you to register prior to the event to maximize your chances to find employment. Once you register, your skills will be matched with interested employers via Illinois JobLink.

If you are looking to hire, please click here to register. After registration, you will receive a follow-up email with further details on job fair setup and any additional information. If you are interested in attending, please register as soon as possible.

DATE: Wednesday, August 23, 2017

TIME: 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., doors open for veterans at 10 a.m.

LOCATION: The Odeum (1033 N. Villa Ave., Villa Park, IL)

AddisonSeniorFair2017ADDISON- There are many state and local resources available to help DuPage County seniors enjoy independent lives.

State Senator Tom Cullerton (D-Villa Park) is working with Addison Township Supervisor Dennis Reboletti to host a one-stop shop for seniors to learn about new resources available.

Cullerton and Reboletti are hoping area residents will take advantage of this free Senior Fair on Tuesday, June 13, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Addison Township Building (401 N. Addison Rd., Addison, IL). The event is free and open to the public.
“The goal of this senior fair is to bring as many local and state organizations and agencies together for a few hours to let area residents stop by and learn about new and existing programs,” Cullerton said.  

This will be first year he and Reboletti have partnered to host this community event. Cullerton previously hosted this senior fair with former Addison Township Supervisor Kathryn Cermak-Durante.

Cullerton looks forward to hosting this event annually with Reboletti.

There are currently over 20 organizations and agencies registered to participate in the event, including:

•    Illinois State Treasurer’s representatives will be on hand to connect residents with unclaimed assets through the I-Cash Program.
•    Veterans’ agencies and organizations will be available to explain valuable health information available for veterans.
•    Citizens Utility Board will be available to provide vital resources to area seniors on ways to save money on electricity, gas and phone bills.
•    Alzheimer's Association will be there to inform participants on available resources to help seniors remain physically and intellectually active.

Cullerton urges seniors to contact his Villa Park office at (630) 903-6662 for more information on vendors and services available.

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