Entrance Attendant



Varied Shift

16 hrs/wk

The Entrance Attendant works under the supervision of the Compliance Manager. Monitors/maintains designated parking areas and entrances to Medical Office Buildings. Directs drivers of vehicles to appropriate parking areas. Provides information and assistance to employees, visitors, and patients. Keeps front entrances free of parked cars or other obstructions blocking traffic flow. Performs other duties as assigned.

A. Education -GED/High School Diploma required.

 B. Licensure 

C. Experience
Not required.

D. Interpersonal Skills
Must exercise considerable tact and skill in courteous communication with people. Must be capable of making good sound judgments in safety and security related situations. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both orally and in writing. Ability to work independently or as part of a team. Ability and skill to follow written and oral instructions.

E. Essential Technical/Motor Skills
Ability to use hands for simple grasping when holding a two-way radio, telephone. Fine manipulation when writing. Ability to use feet for repetitive movement especially while driving company vehicles.

F. Essential Physical Requirements
The physical demand for this position is very heavy. Ability to stand and walk continuously throughout entire shift. Must have ability to lift, bend, and stoop. Must be able to lift up to 30 pounds. Must be able to climb stairwells and ladders. Ability to work outdoors in all weather conditions.

G. Essential Mental Requirements
Concentrates on details, has heavy visitor, patient and employee contact. Ability to solve problems on an independent basis. Must be skilled in customer service delivery.

H. Essential Sensory Requirements
Must be able to distinguish basic colors and have excellent depth perception and side vision. Free of night blindness. Must be able to listen and hear machinery sound changes, whistles, cries for help, screams, alarms and traffic noises.

I. Exposure to Hazards
Frequently exposed to odors, outside weather. Frequent exposure to hazards of driving and foot patrol including poor road conditions, ice and snow. Must be able to work outside in all types of weather. Cognizant that the possibility of physical confrontation increases the likelihood of injury.

J. Other