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The Acoustic Neuroma Association is a national non-profit organization with an inspiring mission, and we’re looking for a terrific, one-of-a-kind Administrative Assistant to join us in a part-time role.


The ANA was created to ensure that each patient diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma (a rare, benign brain tumor) had access to information and peer support to help them through their acoustic neuroma journey.  As we continue to expand our programs, events, and activities, our most urgent duty – serving as a comprehensive, trusted resource throughout the AN community – continues as our unwavering priority.


Is the ANA an organization where you can play a role and add value?


We’re looking to add a team member who will deliver comprehensive administrative support while also engaging with AN patients and caregivers in their search for information, guidance, and resources.  


Our Administrative Assistant will have superb communication skills, a patient-first approach, a strong work ethic, and can commit to this exceptional nonprofit.  We’re located in Cumming, GA, and offer a flexible schedule – up to 24 hours per week – and can promise that you’ll be part of a team that includes experienced, enthusiastic professionals and a dedicated board of directors. Visit to learn more about the Acoustic Neuroma Association.


Interested candidates should send a resume, including compensation expectations, to:

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