Position Title: Administrative Assistant - Logistics
Position Number: 345946
Location: Saint Paul, MN 55114
Position Type: Temporary
Required Skill Set:
Administrative assistant, Logistics, MS Office 2003
**C2C is not available**
**Only U.S. Citizens and those authorized to work in the U.S. can be considered as W2 candidates.**
Administrative Assistant - Logistics
Contract Start: ASAP
Duration or End Date: 3 months
Location: St. Paul, MN
POSITION WILL BE ON SITE
This position will support the State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC) Testing Command Center (TCC) Long Term Care (LTC) Testing Team by coordinating the logistics involved in the deployment of state contracted swab teams to LTC facilities who request assistance with specimen collection.
Job Responsibilities include:
▪ Working with state contracted laboratories and state contracted teams to arrange the shipment of testing kits/supplies, personal protective equipment (PPE), and courier schedules,
▪ Supporting operations of Minnesota's Five Point Battle Plan to Protect our Most Vulnerable, and
▪ Working harmoniously in a fast-paced team.
Work Hours: 8:00 AM- 4:30 PM
Days of Work: Monday-Friday/40 hours a week/May be remote at times
▪ Ability to work efficiently in high stress situations, such as that which may occur during a public health emergency.
▪ Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Excel, and Teams.
▪ Writing skills sufficient to compose clear, concise and understandable communications to both internal and external partners.
▪ Oral communication skills sufficient to contact long-term care facilities to answer questions or explain processes as need.
▪ Detail oriented and organized.
▪ Ability to multi-task and prioritize project needs and ensure adherence to project timelines and protocols.
▪ Knowledge of long-term care health systems in Minnesota.
▪ Familiarity or willingness to learn new web-based applications such as Arc GIS and WebEOC.
▪ Degree in public health or related field.
▪ Knowledge of planning principles and implementation.
▪ Ability to apply critical analysis, problem solving, and priority-setting to promote the goals of the Minnesota Department of Health's COVID-19 Response.
▪ Ability to perform assigned duties independently with minimal supervision after training.
▪ Interpersonal/human relations skills sufficient to interact with persons to establish effective communications and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external partners.