• Human Resources Administrative Assistant - Part- time

    Job Locations US-NJ-Marlton
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/10/2018 9:07 AM)
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Human Resources
  • Overview

    As a management services organization (MSO), Continuum Health delivers proven solutions to provider groups and aggregators, helping foster self-sufficiency by maximizing fee-for-service payments, transitioning them to value-based programs and preparing them for risk. Continuum also collaborates with payers to help drive value-based adoption among providers and improve the health outcomes of patients. The company optimizes performance through revenue cycle management, value-based care, practice management services and specialty care solutions. More than 1,500 primary care physicians, specialists and nurse practitioners caring for more than 1 million patients depend on Continuum’s business and clinical experts to help achieve their goals. Learn more at www.continuumhealth.net



    We are seeking a part-time HR Administrative Assistant to join the Human Resources department; this will be an hourly role, approximately 30hrs a week. 

    General responsibilities include: responsible for performing a variety of administrative and clerical duties that support the VP of HR and the department of Human Resources.




    Education:  A high school diploma or equivalent with an emphasis in a business curriculum; an Associate’s degree preferred.



    • 2+ yrs experience with Unemployment benefits, Workers Compensation, Customer service, New Hire Onboarding, and Benefits Administration.
    • Proven competence in handling confidential information.  
    • Proficient PC Skills; advanced user level of word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software such as Microsoft Office and other applicable software.
    • Ability to communicate and interact clearly, courteously, and professionally with customers and staff at all levels of the organization.



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