Loma Linda University Medical Center Administrative Assistant in Loma Linda, California

Administrative Assistant


School of Pharmacy








Job Details:

    • Associates Degree
  • 3-5 years

  • Temporary position from January 1, 2018-June 15, 2018.

Job Summary: Works under the direction of the Associate Dean for Assessment and Professional Affairs within the School of Pharmacy. Primary duties will include administrative support for the Assessment Committee, creation of appropriate documents associated with assessment process, and administrative support for the Student Professional Associations. Performs other duties as needed. Job Specifications: Able to keyboard 60 wpm. Able to read; write legibly; speak in English with professional quality; use computer, printer, and software programs necessary to the position (e.g., Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint). Operate/troubleshoot basic office equipment required for the position; Able maintain confidentiality, communicate positively, effectively, and professionally; relate well with team and ability to deal with conflict and criticism objectively; work calmly and respond courteously when people come for assistance; collaborate and accept direction. Ability to exercise judgment in sensitive and confidential matters. Must be a self-starter. Ability to proofread for context and content accuracy. Perceives a need and takes initiative to accomplish the task. Able to communicate effectively in English in person, in writing, and on the telephone; think critically; manage multiple assignments effectively; organize and prioritize workload; work well under pressure; problem solve; recall information with accuracy; pay close attention to detail; work independently with minimal supervision. Associate's degree required. Bachelor's degree preferred. Two years relevant experience may be accepted in lieu of education. Minimum three years advanced secretarial and project management experience required. Member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church highly preferred.

EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability