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Energy Northwest Administrative Assistant to Nuclear Projects General Manager - 6680 in Richland, Washington

Job Title

Administrative Assistant to Nuclear Projects General Manager

Job ID

6680

Location

Energy Northwest

Full/Part Time

Full-Time

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Regular/Temporary

Regular

General Summary

This posting is listed at multiple levels so please review the requiements and salary ranges sections for more details.

Under general supervision and acting on own initiative, performs advanced administrative duties for Nuclear Projects General Manager (NPGM). Requires detailed knowledge of company operations, organization procedures and personnel. Within established guidelines makes independent decisions regarding planning, organizing and scheduling work. Exercise’s discretion and independent judgment and is capable of analyzing complex information requests, determining complex trends and conflicting demands, and make recommendations to management. Demonstrates extensive interpersonal communication skills to effectively interact with all levels of management, company employees, suppliers and customers using our core values as a guide. May act as a coordinator for special projects. May prepare and administer budgets; lead meetings; and provide training.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

  1. Perform advanced administrative duties for the NPGM. Function as a core resource to the NPGM exhibiting flexibility and openness to change. Exercise discretion and independent judgment, analyze complex information requests, determine complex trends and conflicting demands, and make recommendations to management.

Obtain, analyze and act upon feedback from customers/suppliers to enhance communication among management, employees and outside agencies. This activity requires expertise with interpersonal relationship skills, in particular when dealing with outside agencies whose actions have a definite impact on our success or failure. Identify critical and urgent issues, designing and implementing administrative policies, training and information flow. Identify and correct work/material inefficiencies/deficiencies. Organize and prepare requested materials.

  1. Control and or coordinate key station Core Management meetings and communications. Includes oversight/responsibility for items including, but not limited to, Steering Committees including timely, accurate and clear communication on commitments and expectations. Upkeep and accuracy of all information on the stations Steering Committee intranet site (includes timely upload of documentation and/or creation of new methods to track/communicate actions).

  2. Function as administrator of performance monitoring, assist with contracts and fiscal year budgets, salary plans, performance plans and strategic/business plans. Identify areas of concern, ensure performance within guidelines and overall budget

  3. Collaborate with the NPGM to enhance communications, and resolve administrative and organizational issues and concerns, coordinate and implement change management. Anticipate the needs of the organization particularly regarding employee development and communications and prepare/coordinate the manager’s action to address them.

  4. Analyze options, alternatives and solutions to impending issues and concerns in a timely and specific manner to maximize management’s awareness and effectiveness in dealing with administrative, organizations, and employee issues. Initiate employee/management meetings to further communications as deemed necessary.

  5. Function as a proactive team player with all administrative assistants, executive assistants and all management. Plan and participate in combined management/organization workshops to promote team, core values and communications. Generate and present ideas for improvements. Assist in executing new ideas and suggestions. Promote and encourage performance management development, implementation and celebrations throughout Energy Northwest through creative ideas, better communications and continuous feedback.

Perform as a member of an Emergency Response Team (ERO) and in an outage assignment, when directed

REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Administrative Level: Requires a high school diploma or GED and a minimum of five years of progressive administrative experience, including leadership responsibilities and independent decision-making authority.

Senior Administrative Level: Requires a high school diploma or GED and a minimum of seven years of progressive administrative experience, including leadership responsibilities and independent decision-making authority.

Salary Range

Administrative Level Salary: $50,038 minimum to $62,547 midpoint

Senior Administrative Level Salary: $57,490 minimum to $71,862 midpoint

Typically, selected candidates are hired at a salary rate between the minimum and midpoint of the range, based on applicable experience and qualifications, market rate, internal equity, and budgetary allowances.

Equal Employment Opportunity

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate due to race, color, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, national origin, veteran status or on the basis of disability.

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This posting is open through January 28, 2022.

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