The American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA), a well-established, nonprofit, health professional association serving a membership of more than 12,000, seeks an individual to assist in the administrative and clerical support of activities related to the evaluation of educational programs for doctors of podiatric medicine. This is a full-time, on-site position.
Duties for the position focus on working closely with staff and volunteer leaders in the coordination of the professional accreditation/approval processes for the podiatric medical profession. The position provides staff support for all routine administrative matters, including, but not limited to: correspondence, telephone messages, typing reports, assisting with logistics and materials for meetings, data entry, posting materials to website, responding to inquiries, coordinating mailings, managing organizational activities, invoicing and follow-up in the collection of fees, and general office support duties.
The ideal candidate will possess excellent organizational and customer service skills. He/she must have strong communication skills, the ability to work with others in a team environment and independently as necessary, and be skillful in addressing and prioritizing multiple tasks simultaneously while consistently satisfying deadlines. Minimum of an associate degree is preferred along with at least one year of administrative experience as well as training and/or experience in an office setting (invoicing/bookkeeping experience a plus). Candidates having experience with Access or other relational databases are highly desired.
Competitive benefits package available, including 6% contribution to 401(k) program, medical/dental/life insurance, paid annual leave along with additional week off between December 24-January 1, free parking, and positive, team-oriented environment.
Qualified candidates, please send resume and cover letter to: Director, APMA Council on Podiatric Medical Education, 9312 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda, MD 20814. FAX (301) 571-9549.