Executive Administrative AssistantCorporate
Established in 1912 as a haven for elderly immigrants, the Los Angeles Jewish Health has grown to become a leading provider leader of senior care in Los Angeles. Today, LAJHealth serves over 1,000 seniors in residence and 3,500 seniors annually through our in-home and community-based services.
We value our employees! We offer long term employment opportunities with job stability, including supporting and encouraging career growth advancement. We offer Health, Dental and Vision insurance, Paid Time Off, 9 Paid Holidays, 403(b) with Matching Retirement Plan, Life insurance (paid by the company) and a team spirit workplace culture!
The Executive Administrative Assistant’s responsibilities are but not limited to:
•Provides assistance to the CFO or the CMO, and other officers as necessary, in special assigned projects.
•Act as directed by the CFO or the CMO in providing support and communication between the CFO’s and CMO’s office and other departments within the facility.
•Perform general clerical and administrative duties as required or directed by the CFO or CMO in support of the administrative functions of the office of the CFO and CMO.
•Accept and perform temporary or long-term assignments to various departments within the facility as required by the CFO or CMO.
•Ensure all employees, residents, visitors, and the general public follow the facility’s established policies and procedures.
•Maintain an adequate liaison with families, residents and staff reflective of the officers.
•Maintain daily calendar of CFO and CMO.
•Process and deliver mail to/for the CFO and CMO as necessary.
•Prepare and process correspondence for the CFO and CMO, and other officers as necessary.
•Maintain files for the CFO and CMO, and other officers as necessary.
•Plan and handle correspondence as requested and directed.
Experience and Skills:
•Must possess high school education. College and/or secretarial training program is desirable.
•Must have, as a minimum, 2 years of clerical/secretarial experience. Ability to type and use general office equipment is required. Computer skills required.
•Working knowledge of the rules and regulations that govern long-term care operational standards preferred but not required.
•Must be able to read, write, speak, and understand the English language.
•Must possess the ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action.
•Must possess the ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents, family members, visitors, government agencies/personnel and the general public.
•Must possess leadership ability and willingness to work harmoniously with other personnel.