The Administrative Assistant for Meetings prepares for and supports all meetings hosted at the Chicago Corporate Offices and Conference Center. In addition, this position supports the department’s administrative needs.


LOCATION: CHICAGO                                                           DEPARTMENT: LICENSURE ASSESSMENT SERVICES


·         Meeting support in response to direction from meeting planner(s), including but not limited to:

·         Sending meeting invitations and reminders, preparing meeting materials, reserving accommodations and catering, setting up and breaking down meeting space, providing information to committee members

·         Supporting the meeting as it takes place and covering the Conference Center reception desk (approximately 1-2 Saturdays per month)

·         Greet guests and make them feel welcome, Set up catered meals and clean up kitchen, Assist guests with travel arrangements occasionally

  • Back-up administrative support of Assessment Services department, including but not limited to: Filing, photocopying, faxing and mailing,
  • Meeting arrangements including agendas, facilities and recording 
  • Participating in office-wide and organization-wide administrative team responsibilities
  • Coordinating with administrative staff in PA office
  • Representing the NBOME to external stakeholders—including doctors, Deans, Board members, and vendors—in a professional manner
  • Qualifications:

·         Some college is preferred

·         3-5 years’ administrative support experience

·         Event/meeting planning experience strongly preferred

·         Intermediate proficiency with Microsoft Office suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio.

·         Experience with Sharepoint preferred

·         Strong written and oral communication skills





To Apply:

Please submit a resume summarizing your qualifications to Human Resources by email at NBOME is an E-Verify participant. The NBOME is an Equal Opportunity Employer that complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the organization has facilities. Applicants must be legally eligible to work in the United States.