Would your colleagues describe you as detail-oriented, organized, and dedicated? Do you appreciate the value of ensuring data integrity and delivering a high level of customer service? If so, consider the following opportunity with ARRS.
ARRS is a medical professional society located in Loudoun County (Ashburn/Lansdowne). We are seeking full-time Member Services Specialist to become an integral part of our Membership Team. The Membership Team supports the activities of ARRS members, journal subscribers, meeting registrants, and customers. To learn more about ARRS, click here.
The right candidate is a professional who is self-motivated, detail-oriented, and likes to contribute by providing exceptional data and administrative support. We need an individual who can work in a customer call center (8:30-5 M-F) and is adept at written communications as approximately 98% of our customer relations is done by phone and email. Daily responsibilities include working with physicians regarding applying and maintaining their membership including providing information regarding member benefits, login prompts, and website navigation. This position has primary responsibility for processing applications, renewals, registrations, refunds, and information updates.
The ideal candidates will have:
3-5 years related work experience (non-profit preferred).
Ability to type 55+ wpm.
Proficiency in MS Office to include Word, Excel, Outlook.
Ability to work with accounting batches.
Effective communications skills to work with physicians and ARRS staff daily.
Excellent grammar and proofreading skill.
An attention for detail and ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects.
A Bachelor’s degree is preferred.
Database experience with iMIS is a plus.
ARRS offers a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life, STD, and LTD.
Interested candidates should email resume and cover letter with salary requirements to JOBS@arrs.org.
The American Roentgen Ray Society, founded in 1900, is the first and oldest radiology society in the United States. The society has been a forum for progress in radiology since shortly after the discovery of the X-ray and is dedicated to the goal of the advancement of medicine through the science of radiology and its allied sciences. The goal of the ARRS is maintained through an annual scientific and educational meeting and through publication of the American Journal of Roentgenology.