Administrative Assistant 3: Greater Seattle-Tacoma-Olympia Area

Puget Sound Partnership
Greater Seattle-Tacoma-Olympia Area
Job Category
Full time Positions
$3,144.00 - $4,083.00 Monthly
Last Date to Apply
The Partnership teams rely on efficient, creative, and solution-oriented administrative staff. Much of the work requires quick turn-around and creative solutions due to the members being “in the field” with limited access to in-office administrative tools. Your support to these programs will include managing travel logistics for offsite meetings, event planning, transcribing minutes for meetings, and assisting in scheduling meetings with external partners. Assisting programs with tracking a team’s biennial budget may be included. You’ll also collect, prepare and submit documents for signature, assist in technology set up for meetings, and maintain distribution lists.
Success in this position requires that one be a team player, defined as possessing initiative and a driving passion for the work, having humility and practicing curiosity in interactions with others, and valuing the whole human in each of us. We are committed to achieving our mission of accelerating and advancing the recovery of Puget Sound. To ensure our success, we are equally committed to running our agency in a high-performance manner that focuses on high-quality products and processes and a collaborative approach. We achieve high performance by: Valuing one another, our diversity, and our contribution to the agency and the mission Embracing shared leadership, and empowering all staff, as critical thinkers, to make timely evidence-based decisions in a collaborative manner Promoting learning--and implementing what we learn--by using the adaptive management cycle for both programs and internal operations Optimizing our human and financial resources Required Experience, Competencies and Technical Skills: High School graduation or GED and three years of progressively responsible experience in office/clerical, secretarial or general administrative work Three years’ experience with Microsoft Suite including: Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint Knowledge of office methods and procedures Ability to write and speak effectively Establish and maintain cooperative relations with others Ability to work independently; read, understand, and interpret policies and procedures Ability to develop written reports Ability to work effectively with others Ability to communicate effectively both in writing and speech *Frequent travel between agency office locations in Olympia, Tacoma and possibly Seattle
Contact Person
Human Resources
Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.