Clinical Allergy Specialist Floater

United Biologics, LLC dba United Allergy Services View Company Profile

Are you looking for a career that will allow you to truly make an impact in people’s lives? If so, United Allergy Services is the place for you! United Allergy Services is an innovative enterprise that offers an advanced and proven technology to relieve most forms of allergies and sensitivities. Our employees are the ones who will ultimately help us succeed and grow, so we’re looking for people who are innovative, creative, and able to adapt to quick and continuous change. Become trained in providing allergy care with United Allergy Services! If you have a passion to help others, this is an excellent opportunity for you to advance or even start your career in healthcare!As a Clinical Allergy Specialist, you will manage the day-to-day operations of an allergy center within a physician’s office. From administering allergy tests and mixing the medication, to educating patients about the benefits of immunotherapy, you will join our mission of Improving Lives by helping allergy sufferers in your community!What our Clinical Allergy Specialists love about their jobs:Improving the lives of patients is top priority and very rewardingBuilding strong relationships with patients and encouraging them throughout their multi-year treatment planInvaluable classroom and on-the-job training that builds clinical and soft skillsGenerous paid time off and holidays, medical, dental and vision insurance; 401(k) retirement planEmployee wellness program that promotes and rewards healthy habitsMany growth opportunities – coaching others, online learning and supportA great place to launch or advance your career in healthcareResponsibilities:Deliver safe and efficacious clinical outcomes to include the administration of quality allergy testing and the formulation and preparation of allergen immunotherapyEducate patients on proper administration of immunotherapy injections as well as advocate for strong compliance throughout their treatment planEnsure patients complete all appropriate paperwork and that insurance eligibility is verified for each patient prior to test and immunotherapy as appropriateHandle and submit all billing documentation to the appropriate officeDevelop and maintain effective, professional relationships with providers and medical office staffPerform other related duties as required and assignedRequirements:Bachelor’s Degree preferred with a minimum of 1 year of equivalent work experience in a healthcare, customer service, retail or similar industry.ORMedical Assistant (CMA) / Nurse Assistant (CNA) Certification or similar certification (PCT, SRT, Pharm Tech, etc.) with a minimum of 2 years of equivalent work experience in a healthcare, customer service, retail or similar industry.ORAssociate’s Degree with a minimum of 2 years of equivalent work experience in a healthcare, customer service, retail or similar industry.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top