Superior Ambulance Service Driver-Courier 2nd Shift in Elmhurst, Illinois
Superior Air-Ground Ambulance Service, Inc.is the largest independent, locally owned and operated Emergency Medical Service provider in NorthernIllinois and Northwest Indiana, Michigan and Ohio. We provide wheelchair transportation, Basic Life Support, Advanced Life Support, and Critical Care Ground Transportation; as well as Critical Care Rotary AirTransportation. Much of our provensuccess is attributableto the exceptional, compassionatecustomer service provided byour employees.
Medical Couriers are responsible forsafe packaging and delivery of medical equipment, medical records, lab specimens, supplies, X-Rays, etc. as an important part of patient care too hospitals, clinics, labs and nursing homes. Pick-ups and deliveries organized with direct communication to/from Dispatch in providing our clients the excellent customer service our company provides. Processes paper work for deliveries, insuring proper billing information and documentation tracking.
Must be available for 3 days of orientation (8-5PM)on a Monday,Tuesday and Wednesday in order to be considered. 2nd shift avaiable.
Full time during the week with availability for weekend work. Also Part time weekend work available.
Good Customer Service Skills
Ability to communicate proficiently and interact with others
Attention to detail
Good knowledge of Chicago and Suburban Areas
Ability to lift a maximum of 75lbs
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Handle, track and process specimen samples
Pick-up supplies and equipment for hospital
Provide appropriate documentation, paperwork, reports
Exposure to infectious biological specimens experienced on a daily basis*
Ability to read a map and follow instruction/directions
Knowledge of Xcelerator Software Desireable
The candidate must have a valid driver’s license and clean driving record.
Healthcare experience a plus but not required.
Must be able to stand, walk and sit for extended periods of time.
Must have High School diploma or GED required, some college preferred.
Familiarity with medical transportation preferred.
Be able to routinely lift and carry items up to 75 lbs. and reach overhead.