Loretto Management Corporation

  • Administrative Assistant II - Nottingham RHCF

    Housing - 5
    Regular Part-Time
    Shift Details
    Position is for 20 hours a week.
    Weekends Required?
  • Overview

    The Administrative Assistant II-The Nottingham provides direct administrative support to one or more Directors or Executives and/or a major department. Completes a variety of routine and complex projects independently. Coordinates calendars, arranges meetings and maintains minutes. Using independent judgement, answers inquiries and resolves issues appropriately. Creates routine and complex reports, forms, and graphs as required. Establishes and maintains collaborative relationships at all levels of the organization. Provides coverage for others as requested.


    The Administrative Assistant II-Nottingham RHCF has the following responsibilities:

    • Serves as the payroll liaison for the RHCF.
    • Tracks employee occurrences and PTO requests.
    • Completes weekly bed census information in the HCS.
    • Tracks and trends resident incidents.
    • Updates the FSR (Facility Survey Report) as needed and ensures it is completed for DOH inspections.
    • Coordinates and tracks resident finance information for development of yearly revenue budget.
    • Handles all aspects of (PFA) Personal Fund accounts for the RHCF resident(s).
    • Delivers exceptional customer service and guidance to residents, families, visitors and coworkers.

    Additional Responsibilities for all Administrative Assistant II’s May Include:

    • Interacts with all levels of management, teammates and the public with professionalism, tact, discretion and confidentiality. Uses independent thought, judgement and discretion in executing all duties.
    • Composes high-level correspondence with professional quality. Prepares, organizes, updates and maintains documents, forms, logs, newsletters, policies, databases, medical records, minutes, clinical information and files. Ensures paper or electronic information is filed accurately in an easy to retrieve and organized system. May review files or paperwork for completeness, such as signatures and dates.
    • Deals discretely with highly sensitive and confidential communications concerning staff, department and organization matters.
    • Handles routine and special projects with minimal supervision.
    • Coordinates meetings and appointments by scheduling attendees, preparing agendas, confirming attendance, reserving meeting rooms and arranging for catering/refreshments as directed. Attends meetings and takes minutes as directed. Anticipates and resolves or escalates scheduling conflicts.
    • Copies, sorts and routes documents such as mail, publications or packing slips. Delivers to recipients promptly. Sends, receives and distributes fax correspondence.
    • Using independent judgement, answers inquires and resolves issues appropriately. Answers phones and handles calls professionally. Takes accurate messages, routes calls and messages, and returns phone calls promptly. Treats all callers with courtesy and respect. Keeps internal phone directories and staff rosters up-to-date.
    • Facilitates communication within the unit, department or function as needed, verbally or in writing as directed. May maintain bulletin boards or other communication vehicles. Designs, writes, prepares and distributes announcements for departmental activities.
    • Routes requests or prepares requisitions for various service departments such as housekeeping, finance and purchasing. Coordinates the ordering of supplies and/or special printing jobs. Ensures supplies and forms are stocked and available for departmental use.
    • Greets visitors, notifies Loretto staff members of visitor arrival, and escorts or directs visitors to proper location. May explain facility rules, i.e., visiting hours. May guide resources to meet resident/family member needs.
    • Covers other units/departments/functions when directed.
    • Keeps office equipment operating by following operating instructions, troubleshooting breakdowns, maintaining supplies, and calling for repairs.
    • Maintains workstation and surrounding area in a neat and organized fashion.
    • May assist in the evacuation of residents and participants during emergencies.
    • May answer the resident call system.


    • Minimum 2 years of administrative or secretarial experience.
    • Associates degree or comparable education.
    • Typing skills minimum 50 wpm.
    • Working knowledge of medical terminology is helpful.
    • Demonstrated organizational skills.
    • Ability to demonstrate good judgement and work independently.
    • Ability to prioritize tasks and work with interruptions.
    • Ability to understand and carry out complex oral and written instructions.
    • Interpersonal and customer service skills to deal positively with supervisors, colleagues, families, internal and external customers, including governmental agency employees.
    • Ability to interact with ill, disabled, elderly and at times emotionally upset people within the facility in a positive, respectful manner.
    • Proven oral and written communication skills, and the ability to compose email with a professional tone.
    • Expert proficiency with MS Office and the ability to learn new software applications.

    An equivalent combination of education and experience which provides proficiency in the areas of responsibility listed above may be substituted for the above education and experience requirements



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