Distinguish yourself as you help to improve the quality of patient care
The College of American Pathologists (CAP), founded in 1947, has had more impact than any other organization on the standardization and improvement of clinical laboratory procedures. Headquartered just north of Chicago, with a satellite office in D.C., the CAP is the second largest medical association in the US, as measured by revenues. It is the largest medical association exclusively made up of board-certified pathologists supporting the specialty of pathology. In 2012, the CAP was recognized in the Chicago Tribune Top Workplaces special section.
The CAP is committed to pathologists’ success today and tomorrow. In response to the changing health care environment, the CAP is spearheading a multiyear transformation effort that will have an enormous impact on the way pathologists practice and organize; how clinical colleagues, patients, and others in the medical community perceive them; and how the reimbursement for pathologists’ services is structured.
The Project Administrator will be responsible for all of the organization and administrative tasks involved with facilitating a project including: making changes to the project plan, creating project related documents, using the resource database, developing presentations, scheduling meeting times and locations, taking meeting minutes, and arranging training for project staff. Other responsibilities include: participating in maintaining budget/forecast financials and providing analysis and keeping records.
A bachelor’s degree or a minimum of 6 years of relevant work experience in a project management setting with at least two years in a professional environment required. CAPM or PMI-SP certification highly desirable. Qualified candidates will have excellent verbal and written communication skills along with strong organizational skills. Must be detail-oriented and work well in a team environment. Computer literate in Microsoft Office products is necessary.
• Competitive salaries • Paid time off • Paid holidays • Comprehensive insurance coverage (including medical, dental, vision, prescription drug coverage, flexible spending, life, and short- and long-term disability) • Tuition reimbursement • Retirement plan • Wellness programs • Employee Assistance Program • Flexible hours • Pleasant, smoke-free environment
To view our open positions, visit www.cap.org and check out the “CAP Staff Job Openings” on our Career Center page. If at first you do not find the right role, keep visiting, we’re growing every day.
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The College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
College of American Pathologists - 19 months ago