Administrative, Clerical, Support, Development and Foundation
4 Year Degree
The Administrative Assistant role provides a wide variety of administrative and organizational support to the Chief Development Officer (CDO) and the Chief Experience Officer (CXO). The Administrative Assistant must possess exceptional written and oral communication skills, strong computer and administrative skills, and must be able to work efficiently and effectively to complete multiple priorities and projects. This role requires a great deal of professional discretion as well as the ability to handle sensitive or confidential information.
Provide accurate, timely administrative support to the CDO and CXO, including scheduling and coordination of various meetings, projects, priorities and timelines.
Coordinate and support meetings and teleconferences, including preparation and distribution of agendas, teleconferencing details, minutes and other meeting documents
Participate in and support IASLC activities and events as needed
Prepare, review and edit written correspondence, reports, printed collateral, etc.
Maintain electronic documentation and files of department activities and assignments
Assist in the development of efficient processes and procedures for areas of responsibility
Assist CDO and CXO with travel arrangements, expense reports, meeting registrations, etc.
Assist in conducting research, compiling data or preparing data or presentations
Perform general clerical or administrative duties in support of other departments as assigned
3+ years of direct administrative support at the management level
Advanced computer proficiency, including Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Acrobat, internal CMS, AMS, or database systems, and virtual conferencing
Must possess exceptional integrity, discretion, diplomacy and judgment in handling complex or sensitive information
Demonstrated ability to establish relationships and work professionally and effectively with a broad range of people from diverse levels and backgrounds
Proven time management and organizational skills
Must be able to travel domestically and/or internationally if necessary (less than 10%)
Association or nonprofit work experience strongly preferred
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Flexibility to adapt to multiple supervisors and dynamic priorities and schedules
Excellent written, verbal and listening skills
Must demonstrate a high degree of accuracy and reliability, as well as a positive and cooperative demeanor
High degree of professionalism and customer service orientation
Adept at working both independently and collaboratively with teams to achieve positive results
Ability to coordinate complex schedules and facilitate global videoconferences via Zoom or similar platforms
Demonstrated commitment to the IASLC core values
Application must include resume and cover letter. Apply through Careers page on company website, www.iaslc.org.
Internal Number: 2020-03
About International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer
The International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC) is the only global organization dedicated to the study of lung cancer and other thoracic malignancies. Founded in 1974, the association's membership includes more than 8,500 lung cancer specialists across all disciplines in over 100 countries, forming a global network working together to conquer lung and thoracic cancers worldwide. The association also publishes the Journal of Thoracic Oncology, the primary educational and informational publication for topics relevant to the prevention, detection, diagnosis and treatment of all thoracic malignancies. Visit www.iaslc.org for more information.
The IASLC mission is to:
• Embrace the study of the etiology, epidemiology, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and all other aspects of lung cancer and other thoracic malignancies
• Provide education and information about lung cancer and other thoracic malignancies to IASLC members, to the medical community at large, and to the public
• Use all available means to eliminate lung cancer and other thoracic malignancies as a health threat for the individual patient and throughout the world