Administrative Assistant - Charter HouseJob ID 315787 Date posted 09/11/2023
- Rochester, MN
- Part Time
- Senior Care
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Applies expertise to perform a variety of non-clinical administrative support tasks including scheduling, coordination, and follow-up tasks for meetings, events, and professional travel; managing of calendars; preparing documents and presentation materials; processing invoices and reimbursements; composing and/or transcribing correspondence/documents; supporting departmental projects/activities; creating and maintaining web sites, web pages, databases, spreadsheets, social media accounts; answering telephones and providing related follow- through. Exhibits initiative, proficiency, and adaptability to optimize the time of those supported. Strong organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills; a commitment to quality and excellence in service; confidentiality; and professionalism are important components of the role. Demonstrates proficient use of computer hardware and software, telecommunication, and other office equipment and ability to navigate multiple systems simultaneously. Is accountable for ensuring accuracy and completeness through attention to detail.
Requires a high school diploma or high school equivalent (GED) with a minimum of two years’ experience in an administrative support role or one-year degree/diploma in an administrative, business, or medical-related program with a minimum of one-year experience in an administrative support role, or an associate’s degree in an administrative, business, or medical-related program. Administrative support role experience must include performance of responsibilities such as meeting management and calendar coordination, creating/transcribing correspondence/documents, and utilization of business-related software to produce databases, spreadsheets, presentations, etc.Possess high-level skills in organization, customer service, professionalism, interpersonal relations, written and oral communication, and the ability to prioritize, frequently and quickly shift tasks, and adapt to a rapidly changing environment. Demonstrate effective and appropriate decision-making, judgment, and confidentiality as well as attention to detail and follow-through. Experience with coordination of travel and expense management. Proficient application of English grammar, punctuation, and sentence structure. Prefer work-related experience within the last ten years.Notary Public Certification
Education, experience and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended.; $16.17 - $23.12/ hour.
Monday-Friday, 8:00am-12:00pm (flexible)
No scheduled weekends
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