Provide a range of administrative support for the assigned senior community and the community's Administrator.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Compile, monitor and maintain all schedules, records and reports in a complete and orderly manner to assure prompt reference.
- Coordinate meetings and appointments and maintain office staff schedules. Respond appropriately to staff inquiries.
- Assist with marketing functions, including but not limited to, meeting with families, conducting facility tours, completing paperwork and maintaining follow-up with potential clients/families.
- Serve as a receptionist for visitors awaiting services. Greet visitors and clients, and announce arrivals to appropriate staff. Answer calls in a friendly, positive manner; route calls or take messages. Provide information and appropriately refer persons requesting service.
- Implement and/or maintain written office procedures to ensure effective office operations. Develop, distribute and maintain letters, general correspondence, formal reports and other written materials as assigned.
- Create/maintain a filing system relevant to the function of the office to also include resident lease renewals and resident information as directed.
- Process all incoming and outgoing mail. Perform clerical functions such as data entry, copying, collating, etc. as needed.
- Assist Administrator with community's Human Resource functions. Maintain and audit all non-management staffs' personnel and medical files; audit/update files to ensure government and organization compliance. Oversee timekeeping system and practices, including staff scheduling.
- Perform accounts receivable functions to include but not limited to making bank deposits, record cash receipts and maintain records using agency software. Assist in handling accounts payable duties including invoicing for resident lease billing and service plans; submit direct pay vouchers to Central Services.
Education, Training, and Licensure/Certification
- Associate's degree in business or related field or equivalent work experience; Bachelor's degree preferred.
- Two years' experience in an office setting performing administrative assistant duties; experience in a senior living community preferred.
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