This position directly supports a Staff Specialist. This position has a substantial role supporting a Nursing Governance Committee. The position requires the ability to multitask and handle multiple job responsibilities. Primary responsibilities include administrative support for Staff Specialist; creating, managing, and archiving documents important to supporting nursing governance committees in a timely manner; tracking and organizing documents, key decisions, and milestones to help ensure projects or initiatives are effectively completed; additional duties as delegated.
- Associate degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience is necessary. - Minimum three years relevant office experience. - Demonstrated advanced competence with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint. - Demonstrated success with working on complex, long-term projects and preparing data and reports as scheduled. - Excellent verbal and written communication skills. - Excellent organization skills and demonstrated ability to prioritize and multi-task. - Ability to work independently and regularly exercise judgment in the application of policies and procedures. - Ability to perform at a high-level within a team setting with a strong willingness to support co-workers and staff. - Demonstrated positive work ethic and strong sense of teamwork/problem-solving with co-workers.
- Experience with website design is desired. - Experience with Microsoft Access is desired.
Position is posted for 20 hours with the opportunity for more hours during co-worker’s maternity leave and FMLA.
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