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Mountain Empire Older Citizens, Inc.

Administrative Specialist



Job Description
Administrative Specialist- Coding, Contracts, Credentials, Data Management.
The Administrative Specialist is responsible for medical coding, contract management, monitoring network staff credentials, processing encounter data, claims adjudication and electronic health records. A high school graduate or equivalent required, Bachelor’s degree preferred. Must be a certified medical coder. Expertise in Excel and Word software required. Criminal history records check at hire. Drug screen at hire. Full-time position with competitive salary and fringe benefits. Must complete online application and upload resume at meoc.ninjagig.com. Mountain Empire Older Citizens, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. EEO-VET-AA-Older Workers.







About Mountain Empire Older Citizens, Inc.
MEOC is an EEO Employer, providing services to senior citizens, children and the general public. For a more specific list of services, please visit our web site at www.meoc.org/programs-and-services.html. Continuously taking applications for Personal Care Aides as well as non-CDL and CDL bus drivers.

MEOC is a Drug Free Workplace and ongoing compliance with the Drug and Alcohol Testing Program is mandatory. All employees are subject to Pre-Employment and Reasonable Suspicion testing, Some departments also require Random and Post Accident testing. MEOC has a zero tolerance Drug and Alcohol Policy.


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