Weekend Admissions and Marketing for Award Winning SNF

Come join our award winning team at Provo Rehabilitation and Nursing as our Weekend Marketer and Admissions Coordinator!
You will be engaging with discharge planners and case managers at local hospitals to help them see how easy it is to work with Provo Rehab and encourage them through your work ethic, personality and reliability to send patients to our facility on the weekends for in-patient physical therapy and rehabilitation.
You will be interacting with patients and families in the hospital as well as at the facility. You will be helping them feel at home and at ease with our services and excited to be a part of the amazing program we have here. You will also be helping patients and families fill out admissions paperwork and collecting the pertinent information we need to care for them and decide if it is a good fit for the services we provide.
Come be a part of something special.
Reliability and trust are the most important things you need to possess to be successful in this role. Also important is your ability to interact professionally with patients, families, hospital case managers and your co-workers. Effective communication skills are a must.
Experience in sales and marketing for a healthcare environment preferred.
Hours are every Saturday and Sunday from 9:00am to 5:00 pm. You must be able to work every weekend. We have someone that can fill in occasionally for vacations or emergencies, but this is the exception. This is a weekend role.
We look forward to getting to know you. Send in your resume today!
Contact: Tom Moore
Phone: 801-377-9661
Email: thmoore@ensigngroup.net
Please email me your resume and cover letter. I'm looking forward to meeting you!

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