Non-Clinical Positions

DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING – Actively seeking a strong leader with excellent communication skills.

Description: Directs, coordinates, and communicates engineering activities within the department and organization.  Develops plans and completes building programs for the hospital, nursing home, and primary/specialty care centers.  Manages the engineering department along with supervisory staff and is responsible for the Security Department and Safety program with the organization.

Required:  Bachelor’s Degree in Marine or Mechanical Engineering or related field.  Three years supervisory experience.  Posses a working knowledge of plumbing, electrical, and HVAC systems.  Knowledge of NFPA, Life Safety Codes, Local Building Codes, DNV Standards, ISO standards, NYS Department of Health Guidelines, and OSHA requirements.

Status:  FT salary


Description:  Responsible for processing of surgical instruments/equipment, for processing Endoscopes wit the steris Processor, for cleaning and sterilizing reusable supplies used throughout the hospital.

Required: HSD/GED.  Ability to be accurate, follow set rules for cleaning, sterilizing and assembling supplies.  Good organizational skills and attention to detail.  Ability to work well with others.

Preferred: Prior experience in Central Supply Sterilization or Operating Room.  Knowledge of Surgical equipment.  Certification in Central Sterilization.

Status:  Casual/As needed



Description: Coordinates daily activities of the site by performing administrative clerical duties and assist the Provider with patient care.

Requires: HSD/GED; One (1) year experience in a physician’s office or patient care setting ~ Pediatrics, Woman’s Health, Family Practice. Experience using MEDENT, MEDITECH, EMR systems. Ability/experience in vital signs, phlebotomy, & BLS certified. Ability/experience in HMO referrals, knowledgeable of insurances, and processing eligibility verifications. Experience using multi-phone lines. Position requires walking, standing for long periods, & sitting.

Prefers: Two (2) years experience in a physician’s office or patient care setting.

Status: Primary/Specialty Care Centers~PT 20 Every Saturday & Sunday with varied working hours; as well as a FT 40 varies Monday – Saturday.



Description: Performs a variety of duties as a member of the Gastroenterolgy Practice and Endoscopy team to faciliatate the patient’s plan of care.

Requires: HSD/GED; Two (2) years experience in a physician’s office, Endoscopy Suite, and/or AmbSurg setting. Experience using MEDENT, MEDITECH, EMR systems. Ability/experience in vital signs, phlebotomy, & BLS certified. Ability/experience in Lab tests, HMO referrals, knowledgeable of insurances, and processing eligibility verifications. Position requires walking, standing for long periods, & sitting.

Prefers: Medical Assistant; Bi-Lingual~Spanish/English.

Status: Primary/Specialty GI Care Center~FT 40




Description: Participates in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of community outreach activities and grant administration, including, but not limited to the Vitality Plus Senior Membership Program, community education initiatives, health screenings and worksite wellness initiatives.

Requires: Associated degree in Nursing or Bachelor’s degree in medical Social Work or Health Education. Minimum of two (2) years professional & clinical experience working in a community setting. Excellent organizational and people skills. Valid driver’s license.

Prefers: Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or Master’s degree in Medical Social Work or Health Education. Experience with Microsoft Word, Access, and Excel.

Status: HealthLink~PT 16 8:30am – 5:00pm varies



Description: Codes and enters into Medent records utilizing proper assignment of ICD-9-CM and CPT-4 coding. All surgical in-patient and out-patient records with the correct ICD-9, CPT and modifiers.

Required: HSD/GED.  Successful completion of courses in Anatomy/Physiology, medical terminology and ICD-9 CM/CPT coding.  Minimum of 3 yrs experience in a medical office setting, if not RHIA, RHIT, or CCS credentialed.

Preferred: Possess an AAS degree in Health Information Technology professional designation as a ART, RRA or CCS. Two to three years experience in ICD-9-CM and CPT-4 coding in a medical office if credentialed. Five years experience in ICD-9-CM and CPT-4 coding in a medical office setting if not credentialed.

Status:  Primary/Specialty Care Centers~FT 40 varies


Description: Tends to the day to day operational needs of the dietary department as it pertains to the overall patient/resident experience.  Responsible for the opening duties of the dietary department in addition to working directly with the patients/residents.  Conducts quality check of all food production for breakfast and lunch.  Maintains department sanitation standards.  Assists wit the training and orientation of dietary employees.

Requires: HSD/GED; posses two (2) years experience in a high volume institutional or commercial kitchen setting; Posses a working knowledge of commercial kitchen customer service, sanitation standards, management of frontline staff and regulartory requirements.

Prefers: Associates Degree in Hospitality, Culinary Arts, or Dietetics; Experience managing union staff.

Status: Nutritional Services~FT 40 varies


 Description: Maintains and cares for lawns, gardens, sidewalks, driveways and other outdoor areas throughout various Primary Care sites.  Work inside PCC sites repairing and maintaining doors, windows, walls and other structural parts of buildings.  Will work long and odd hours during winter months removing snow and salting parking and walkway areas at various PCC sites.

Required: HSD/GED. Two-year level of experience in commercial, institutional or industrial plant maintenance. Demonstrated mechanical/electrical ability. Possess a working knowledge of National Fire Protection Association life safety order, New York State fire and prevention codes.

Preferred: Five-year level of  experience in health care plant maintenance with an understanding  of carpentry, mechanical and electrical methods and techniques.

Status: PT 16, varies



Description: Oversees coding staff, code and abstract inpatient/outpatient records utilizing the proper assignment or ICD-9CM and CPT-4 coding. Monitors unbilled reports and quality of documentation.  Trains coders and implements new procedures. Trains and works with physicians and others as needed.

Required: HSD plus RHIA, RHIT or CCS professional designation.  Strong computer skills, a minimum of 2 yrs. exp ICD-9CM and CPT-4  hospital coding. Must have 1yr of supervisory exp.

Preferred:  A minimum of 5 years experience years  ICD-9-CM and CPT-4  hospital coding.  5 years supervisory experience

Status: FT40, 8am -4:30pm, Monday- Friday.