This week, MSU Human Resources is featuring a clerical technical position (posting 724587) through the Veterinary Teaching Hospital in the College of Veterinary Medicine.
This support staff position will begin in the Veterinary Medical Center receiving and routing telephone calls and taking and relaying messages. The staff member will also work at the reception desk to greet, register and direct clients to the correct waiting areas. The position also includes creating, reviewing and updating electronic client and patient health records, creating new appointments in the electronic scheduling system, collecting payments and accurately documenting them and communicating and listening to provide outstanding customer service. For a full list of responsibilities, click here.
The expected qualifications for this role include a high school education and at leastone year of related experience in a medical office or clinic. This can also be fulfilled with any combination of education and experience deemed to be equivalent. The desired qualifications for this role include experience in processing multiple calls using phone etiquette, communication and computer skills, proper grammar and spelling and even experience as a veterinary assistant or technician. A resume is also required for the application and work hours are a standard 8 AM to 5 PM.
To read more about the department of this position, visit https://cvm.msu.edu/hospital. Learn more about the position and apply by August 17 here. Find all the latest job postings at careers.msu.edu.
This week’s job of the week is an Engineer/Architect III (#616000) for MSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine, specifically in the Veterinary Diagnostics Laboratory. This position is seeking an individual with excellent communication skills to oversee the operation and maintenance of the animal diagnostic facility.
The responsibilities for this role include applying intensive and diversified engineering/architectural principals and practices to make independent decisions to oversee the operation and maintenance of a state-of-the-art animal diagnostic facility. These responsibilities include structural components, electronic controls, waste management activities, occupant and community safety, and disaster control procedures.
The ideal candidate would possess knowledge equivalent to that which normally would be acquired by completing a four-year college degree program in Mechanical Engineering or a related field of study; five to eight years of related and progressively more responsible or expansive work experience in the assigned field of engineering; including design, methods, materials, codes, maintenance and operation of appropriate systems within a biological research and/or medical facility; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
For more details on the responsibilities of this position, and to view all our current postings, visit careers.msu.edu. Internal applicants should access postings through the Careers @ MSU tile in the EBS Portal.