Office Administrator

Office Administrator 2017-06-20T13:05:59+00:00

Company Description

At Home Care Pulse, our goal is to have a positive impact on the lives of millions of aging seniors across North America. We do this by working closely with home care providers to gauge the quality of care they provide their clients and coach them on possible improvements that could be made. We do what we do because we believe that every person deserves to age with dignity, respect and love.

Position Summary

We are looking for a genuine, hard-working and very organized Office Administrator. This person’s focus will be supporting the Home Care Pulse management team and the day-to-day workflow throughout the office. This is a job that requires punctuality, outstanding organization skills and a proven ability to multi-task with various departments and individuals on a daily basis.

Location:Rexburg, ID
Company:Home Care Pulse, LLC
Reporting to:Director of Operations
Status:Full-Time
Compensation:Based upon experience and skill level

Do NOT apply if:

  • you want a job that does not challenge your organization, multi-tasking and communication skills.

  • you think just showing up to work is good enough.

  • you have a habit of being late to work or in delivering assigned projects.

Please DO apply if:

  • you have at least 1 year professional office experience.
  • you have a proven ability to let customers see your smile through your telephone conversation.
  • you have outstanding customer service skills.
  • you have outstanding written and verbal communication skills, detail oriented, great planning and proven organizational skills.
  • you’re looking for a career where you can use your skills to make a positive impact on those you are working with.

  • you’re a hard working individual with proven organization, multi-tasking and communication skills.
  • you love working with people and delivering outstanding timely results on assigned projects.
  • you have a passion for helping people change their lives, and want to be a force for helping the elderly improve the care they receive as they age.
  • you have excellent Microsoft Office Skills.

  • you can work independently and as a member of a close knit team.
  • you have the ability to learn and assimilate new information quickly.
  • you can be flexible and adjust to dynamic work environments with the ability to contribute to growing and improving team processes.
  • you are a hard worker.
  • you have a history of dedication and loyalty with former employers.
  • you’re reliable.
  • you can type 50+ words per minute.

Responsibilities include:

  • Office support for CEO, COO, directors, and staff members.

  • Answer and direct incoming telephone calls.
  • Work with hiring supervisors in screening applicants, setting up interviews, inputting new hire paperwork.

  • Maintain supplies by checking stock to determine inventory levels; anticipating requirements; placing and expediting orders; verifying receipt; stocking items.

  • Maintain office equipment by completing preventive maintenance; troubleshooting failures; calling for repairs; monitoring equipment operation.

  • Forward information by receiving and distributing communications; collecting and mailing correspondence.
  • Serve customer by answering questions; forwarding messages; confirming customer orders; keeping customers informed of order status.
  • Assist in conference scheduling including booking flights and transportation.
  • Enhance organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; explore opportunities to add value to job accomplishments.

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