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200 W Thomas St
Northwest Regional Primary Care Association is a membership association of community and migrant health centers in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. NWRPCA's mission is to strengthen community and migrant health centers in the Northwest by leveraging regional power and resources on their behalf. With the support of NWRPCA, our community health centers will be exemplary professional homes for their staffs and serve their communities well.
The Support Program Associate II is a key staff person responsible for facilitating smooth and efficient operations and providing excellent program and administrative support to all areas of program services and administration, under the direction of Executive Support Manager. Primary areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to, project coordination, data management and analysis, skilled administrative support, and customer service.
Problem-solving, analyzing work processes and outcomes, demonstrating creativity and innovation, ability to work individually and as a team, within a fast-paced environment.
Duties & Responsibilities
- Provide skilled administrative support for ongoing and one-time projects for all departments, and for the CEO, COO, and Board of Directors as needed, including customer service, data entry and analysis, documentation and report creation, event and meeting support, etc.
- Act as point of contact on assigned ongoing and one-time projects, providing fundamental project management/coordination support, ensuring smooth team communications, and accurate and timely completion of work by all participating parties.
- Actively work with supervisor and peers to ensure that all work is completed to specifications in a timely manner and effectively communicated to all partners.
- Provide feedback and insight in areas of potential efficiency improvement, lead implementation of approved improvements.
- Maintain accurate documentation and records; Support day-to-day tasks as directed.
- Other duties as required.
- High School Diploma and two years’ experience or equivalent.
- Self-motivated, flexible; Creative problem solver; Committed to social justice.
- Excellent language and communication skills, especially for creating written materials.
- Excellent computer skills, including word processing, spreadsheets, database and social media sites. Able to learn and proficiently use new programs quickly.
- Ability to work as a team member, work effectively with diverse people, and work independently.
- Experience in community health or nonprofit associations.
- Bachelors/Advanced Degree or equivalent
- Most time spent sitting, with up to one-third (1/3) of time walking or standing. There are no restrictions on ability to interrupt periods of sitting.
- Manual dexterity required for typing, filing, etc.
- Vision requirements as appropriate for working on computer and with typed and handwritten materials.
- Ability to travel to meetings in a variety of locations as needed.
NWRPCA offers generous paid time off, and company paid dental, short-term disability, and long-term disability insurances. A flexible spending account or HSA health insurance coverage are available as well as supplemental insurance.
Minimum Education Required