Location: US:PA:Hershey Work Type: Full Time FTE: 1.0 Shift: Day Hours: 8
SUMMARY OF POSITION:
Provides administrative support to the Vice President, Ambulatory Development and team. Manages calendars and regularly schedules executive-level meetings. Coordinates and multiple and varied projects. Interprets policies, procedures, and regulations requiring analysis, planning and consultation with others. Creates and maintains advanced spreadsheets. Communicates with a variety of internal and external customers on a regular basis. Uses judgment to plan and carry out actions needed to resolve problems and issues in accordance with precedent, including interpretation of policies and regulations.
Must learn and develop proficiency with financial and purchasing systems and processes.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High School Diploma or GED required. Post high school education/training or equivalent knowledge required. 3 years related experience required. Advanced functionality and application in computer software with strong application of office support functions required. Ability to independently lead and manage projects and carry out complex or sensitive assignments required. Must excel in written and verbal communication skills. High level of confidentiality required. Preferred Microsoft Proficiency Level: Word: Intermediate; Excel: Intermediate; PowerPoint: Intermediate.
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