Hello, we’re Belong.

We partner with regional payers to deliver Medicare Advantage and Special Needs Plan products.

With a dual focus on data-driven, proactive clinical intervention and unwaveringly empathetic patient experience, Belong has completely reimagined health insurance for seniors and other Medicare-eligible individuals who have been disregarded and deprioritized for far too long.

We believe that only by recognizing individuals can we make communities strong.

Belong Health. Kinder, more supportive care.

POSITION SUMMARY

The Executive Assistant plays a critical role in supporting the foundational growth or our business. As a distributed team, Belong Health will require extensive support related to scheduling and coordinating engagements (both remote and in person) across multiple time zones. She/he/they will be responsible for managing schedule, travel, and expenses for our CEO, as well as supporting other members of our leadership team who heavily collaborate with our third-party partners including our Board of Directors, our partners in the communities we support (health plans, health systems, physician practices). A significant portion of the Executive Assistant's responsibilities is to manage the logistics for our in-person team events - monthly for leadership and quarterly for the whole company.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Support the CEO and other members of the executive team with scheduling meetings, coordinating travel, and preparing expense reimbursements
  • Manage administrative tasks such as providing system access and onboarding documents for new hires
  • Coordinate documentation and presentations for larger team meetings and Board of Directors meetings
  • Manage the relationship with our workplace solutions provider(s) to ensure that our team has a streamlined experience accessing offices and meeting rooms in various locations
  • Coordinate and schedule travel for executive team
  • Support the Talent Acquisition team by coordinating interviews with the senior team
  • Help build the Belong Health employee experience by coordinating events, community service initiatives, Belong Health swag
  • Arrange for meals and entertainment for internal Belong events as well as those that involve current partners, future partners, physicians, and Board of Directors
  • Coordinate stakeholder meetings with current Belong Health partners, future partners and Board of Directors
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned

EDUCATION, TRAINING & PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • High school diploma or GED required; Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • 5+ years of experience as an executive assistant to a member of the executive team

PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES 

  • Positive attitude and exceptional customer service orientation
  • Self-starter and capable of self-directing work
  • Proficiency in MS Office with expertise in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook
  • Previous experience booking travel and working with Expensify
  • Process driven and strong detail orientation
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
  • Professional maturity and ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Process driven and strong detail orientation
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain professional relationships at all levels of an organization

HEALTH AND SAFETY

Belong Health and its partners require full vaccination for associates and select contractors who conduct work outside of their home on behalf of Belong Health and its partners. This applies to those who work within our facilities; interact directly with members and patients; attend in-person meetings or trainings; and/or represent Belong Health at events or volunteer activities. Medical and religious exemptions will be considered, and this policy will not supersede state or local laws.

 

Belong Health is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all applicants from every background and life experience to apply.

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