Administrative Assistant - Department Of Protective Services

Sutter Health Sacramento , CA 94204

Posted 1 week ago

Provides complete and professional administrative and secretarial support for management. Uses judgment and initiative to complete a variety of projects, prioritize information and requests. Manages the scheduling and calendaring for the department as well as coordinates meetings including inviting participants, arranging meeting spaces, AV needs, preparing, producing, distributing communications, presentations, reports and meeting packets and other such Department related duties as may be assigned.

Education

HS Diploma required Or equivalent education/experience

Associate's preferred Or equivalent education/experience

Experience

Prior seasoned administrative assistant experience and demonstrated proficiency in advanced secretarial support as typically acquired in 3 to 5 years required.

Experience in a healthcare organization or in a corporate office environment is highly desirable.

Experience in making travel arrangements and tracking expenses preferred.

Skills and Knowledge

Excellent communication skills, both oral and written, are required as well as a sound knowledge of the English language including correct use of spelling, grammar and punctuation.

Must be self directed, detail oriented, and able to work with minimal supervision.


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Administrative Assistant - Department Of Protective Services

Sutter Health