“Caring atmosphere, exceptional benefits, and meaningful work.”
Come join a dynamic organization advocating for nurses and dedicated to improving the health of individuals and families in Washington State.
The Washington State Nurses Association (WSNA) is seeking a full-time Executive Assistant to the Executive Director. The Executive Assistant provides administrative and support services to the Executive Director; serves as the secretary and coordinator of all Board of Directors and other assigned meetings; and serves as a resource to the Communications team.
The Executive Assistant exhibits a high degree of personal initiative and follow-through on work assignments, excellent oral and written communication skills, ability to coordinate multiple activities at the same time, and skills in organizing complex meetings. This individual has excellent interpersonal relations with the ability to work effectively and efficiently with board members, organizational affiliates, other associations and groups, as well as internal peers and leadership of WSNA. The Executive Assistant exercises independent judgement and confidentiality completing tasks professionally and on time.
Baccalaureate degree preferred. Minimum five years’ business experience with a minimum of two years at executive secretary or administrative assistant level preferably in a health care or association environment.
Evidence of supervisory, organizational, interpersonal relations, and team work skills.
Excellent written and oral communication skills including gathering and analyzing data and writing reports.
Proficient computer skills and in-depth knowledge of MS Office Suite, familiarity with CRM a plus.
Strong ability to assess situations, determine what needs to be done, and follow through.
Manage multiple demands, organize work, determine priorities, establish deadlines, and pay attention to details.
Proofread and edit documents for detail and accuracy in use of English language and grammar.
About Washington State Nurses Association:
WSNA is the leading voice and advocate for nurses in Washington. We provide representation and training that allow nurses to reach their full professional potential and focus on caring for patients. WSNA has represented nurses in our state since 1908, leveraging our collective voice to successfully advocate for our nurses and patients to improve the health of individuals and families in Washington State.