Jun 13, 2018
We are seeking an experienced Executive Assistant to join our local palliative care client in a temporary capacity. This opportunity will last a minimum of four weeks, and is offering a pay rate of $17.00-19.00 per hour depending on experience level! The ideal candidate will be someone with previous experience as an Executive Assistant in a hospital setting, skilled at managing multiple calendars/schedules and booking rooms. This position will be responsible for providing support to the President/CEO and Executive Director, as well as administrative support for ongoing projects for the Board of Directors. Our client maintains a family-like environment, with employees who work as a team to help patients live fully and comfortably during difficult times. This is an excellent opportunity for someone seeking a temporary administrative role, who would be committed to the hospice philosophy of care. If you feel you would be a good fit for this position based on the qualifications below, we' d love to speak with you! Responsibilities: - Prepare accurate, detailed reports in various formats for quarterly, monthly, and Foundation meetings - Distribute all necessary information for committees ahead of meetings, adhering to rules and regulations - Attend all meetings as recording secretary with complete discretion, and produce minutes following the meetings, giving an accurate account of information and noting action items - Handle all the administrative detail and logistical arrangements for assigned meetings and events - Coordinate reporting from Committees, and maintain spreadsheet of accurate contact information of all members - Schedule orientation for all new Foundation members, and coordinate information and data reports needed for each member at orientation - Coordinate the development of annual reporting as needed - Demonstrate initiative in planning and completing assignments, recognizing tasks that must be completed to achieve goal - Arrange and schedule meetings and other events, avoiding schedule conflicts - Coordinates small or large events, and prepare agendas, handouts and PowerPoint presentations - Confirm reservations, attendee involvement, and other aspects of meetings/events including sending out reminders - Make and verify reservations (hotel, flight and conference) and prepare itinerary of events - Ensure that action items from meetings are scheduled for follow up - Anticipate needs which allows CEO and Executive Director to focus on other details and work a flexible schedule to meet the needs of role - Prepare agendas, take phone messages, coordinate room scheduling, balance credit cards, and prepare check requisitions as needed - Screen incoming telephone calls in a professional, sensitive and confident manner, rerouting if necessary, and then following-up on any issues - Prepare expense and mileage reports, and handle memberships for agency and executives - Maintain organizational files and archives of documents related to corporate structure, licensure, tax, governmental payer and other regulatory status - Handle communication with staff, constituents and consumers in a prompt and courteous manner - Perform general clerical duties including photocopying, faxing, mailing and filing - Maintain confidentiality and privacy in all areas and functions - Communicate with patients, families and all employees in a clear, professional and courteous manner - Respect dignity of all patients, families, and coworkers, and use empathy and consideration in all words and actions - Participate and assist with department sponsored events, and agency events and activities Qualifications: - Three years of college or business school or the equivalent in experience - Hospice and/or healthcare experience is preferred - At least 3-years of experience providing administrative assistance to one or more senior executives and supporting their work with a board of directors - Valid driver s license and current automobile liability insurance - Understand and committed to the company philosophy of care - Understand the need for high level of integrity, confidentiality, and discretion involved in the role - Demonstrate excellent critical thinking, problem solving, documentation, and compassionate interpersonal communication skills - Strong written skills, including correct grammar, punctuation, and usage - Demonstrate excellent organizational skills and high level of responsiveness, handling a variety of tasks and assigning priorities to tasks - Demonstrated and consistently high level of multi-tasking skills, with high attention to detail - Computer proficiency with Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Office including email, calendar, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint - Proficiency with compiling statistical information, trending, tracking and presenting information required - Ability to operate and navigate through various computer systems and audio/visual equipment - Ability to establish harmonious working relationships within an interdisciplinary team setting with minimum supervision - Ability to work a flexible schedule to meet business needs - Ability to participate in any training that may be necessary to complete the assigned duties effectively Submit your application or resume online, or in person at 1292 S. Stratford Rd. Winston-Salem, to be considered for this position. For additional information, please call or text our office at 336.896.1000. While we appreciate all inquiries, only qualified candidates will be contacted for further information.
The Resource Company, Inc. Winston-Salem, NC, USA