The NJ Hospital Association is seeking a senior administrative assistant to provide high level support to the Post-Acute Care/Managed Care Department. Key attributes of the successful candidate include a customer-focused approach to administrative services and the ability to work effectively under pressure with changing deadlines and priorities while maintaining a positive attitude. The individual selected will be expected to work independently and in a team environment requiring cooperation, flexibility and independent decision making. The senior administrative assistant is responsible for coordinating and managing the appropriate administrative support for the department while also maintaining responsibility for many more complex assignments including: the coordination, preparation and dissemination of meeting materials for all advisory and constituency group meetings along with preparation and dissemination of recorded meeting minutes as well as follow up; development and maintenance of departmental databases to provide efficiencies for post-acute and/or managed care issues’ management with a strong focus on accuracy and timely maintenance; review and update department’s website content on NJHA.com and oversee and analyze the Assisted Living Resident Profile Survey. High school diploma or equivalent required. College degree preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication, organizational, secretarial skills required. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe. A minimum of three to five years prior experience in a related position required.
Qualified candidates should send resume with cover letter and salary requirements via email to NJHAJobs@njha.com or via fax 609-243-9349. In compliance with the ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA), should you have a disability and would like to request an accommodation in order to apply for a currently open position with NJHA, please call 609-275-4004.
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The New Jersey Hospital Association (NJHA) is a not-for-profit trade organization committed to helping New Jersey hospitals and health systems provide quality, accessible and affordable care to their communities. It offers an array of services and resources, including advocacy, data, education and many others, to support hospitals in their caring mission.