The Federal Relations & Health Economics department of the New Jersey Hospital Association, a not-for-profit trade organization committed to delivering support and services to the state’s hospitals and other healthcare providers seeks Project Manager. This hybrid position will provide not only high-level administrative assistance to the Sr. Vice President and the department, but will also manage and undertake department projects with limited direction. Essential functions include: Managing the department’s operational activity including all secretarial and administrative services; schedules, prepares for and serves as recording secretary for constituency groups, committees and task forces as needed; maintains internal database. Maintains relevant listservs, updates and maintains department’s web presence. Manages the life-cycle of healthcare financial management projects including mode of collection, distribution and receipt of data as well as data entry of information received from NJ hospitals; drafts reports for approval and manages the production cycle up through and including distribution. Previous similar experience required along with a demonstrated ability to prioritize multiple projects, work independently and within a team; strong verbal and written communication skills required. Demonstrated proficient use of Microsoft Office. Qualified candidates should send resume with cover letter and salary requirements via email to NJHAJobs@njha.com or via fax 609-243-9349. In compliance with the ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA), should you have a disability and would like to request an accommodation in order to apply for a currently open position with NJHA, please call 609-275-4004.
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The New Jersey Hospital Association (NJHA) is a not-for-profit trade organization committed to helping New Jersey hospitals and health systems provide quality, accessible and affordable care to their communities. It offers an array of services and resources, including advocacy, data, education and many others, to support hospitals in their caring mission.