My boss at my summer administrative support job does not have much real work for me but continues to pay me so I can stand by if anything needs to be done. She tells me that I must stand by and not leave my desk unless I ask permission. I can not even go to the restroom without permission.
Anyway the pay is fantastic and the office is right next to my home so I can not quit, but I am going crazy with incredible restlessness and boredom. Can you relate or is it just me who suffers like this?
A friend and I were looking for paralegal jobs recently and found a couple in the army. They are listed as "Administrative Support" and "Legal Specialty" jobs. I know these jobs have chances to place you in other countries, but do people in these positions ever get deployed to the field? Do they ever see combat or hostile situations?
My friend and I are both girls, if that makes a difference.
Im planning to finish high school this year and i want to get a job at the UN and it says i have to take the United Nations Administrative Support Assessment Test which i don't much about??? any can help????
I am applying for a job as a receptionist and it asks how much administrative support experience I have.
I worked as a receptionist at a hair salon for several years and here I had duties such as answering the phones, greeting customers, handling computers and transactions, and operating the cash register.
Does this qualify as administrative support experience?
Thanks in advance!
And also, does an Administrative Support Admin similar to being an Administrative Assistant?
The job is with a mortgage company. My department is a small one (less than 5 people) and we deal only with bankers. I am responsible for a variety of marketing tasks, banking functions and administrative support...
My jobs are many, but mainly consist of:
*managing various databases and files
*researching loan programs & lenders for various loan scenarios
*inputing new borrower files
*developing and carrying out all marketing campaigns
*administrative support for 2 loan directors
I am seeking for help from all of you on how to choose the right keyword for my website. My company is a Business Process Outsourcing Company specializing in Web Designing and Web Development. We also do Administrative support jobs like Data Entry, Mining, Processing and Conversion. I would appreciate if anyone of you tell me how to choose the best keyword which will bring more visitors to my website.
I am also keen in learning it by myself so that i can help others when needed. I wanted to know the entire concept of the "keywords and search phrases".
Thanks for your time and patience in reading my question.
plz let me know if u are aware of any administrative or office support job in chennai.
Note : No online jobs plz. all are scam as far as i have seen!
I've seen this vacancy for a retail store, but all it says is it's a selling support role responsible for providing a comprehensive administrative support service to the store in the areas of HR and Store administration, so doesn't say what it would involve exactly. Does anyone know what the duties might include for this kind of job?
I'm applying at Kmart for this position and I wanted to know what the main duties for this job were. Thanks.
I have a Bachelor's degree in anthropology but I'm interested in jumping into the health care field, specifically in an administrative support capacity. I already have several years of work experience dealing with clerical duties and records management, but all the jobs I've come across in health care settings demand that applicants know medical terminology/general health care knowledge. I'm looking at associate degree programs in Health Information Technology, but I don't want to spend another two years (and a lot more money) in school if I already qualify for entry-level jobs.
Any advice would be really helpful.
I am not sure what to wear to my next job interview. I applied for a position of Office Administrative Support Assistant. The job title indicates the word offie, therefore I am visualizing an office environment. Nevertheless, the qulifications for this position indicated a more casual environment such as moving furniture, deliveries, some office maintenance. I applied for this job based on the qualifications and I was called for the interview. What is the appropriate style of clothes to wear. I think a suit will be over dressed, but I am not sure. Please advise.
My job is starting to drive me crazy. Its a lot of administrative support and I find a lot of aspects of it terribly boring. Its a small office, and I am the only person running the office for the next two weeks. I keep looking online at job opportunities and career advice and haven't done any work at all for the past three days. What should I do? The work needs to get done!
I've applied for numerous army civilan jobs, mainly secretary or administrative support ones.
I've have a college degree from a well know school and over a year pretty much running an office and doing all the duties always described in the job description. Ive re-done my resume numerous times using the Army Resume Builder.
Yet, everytime it says your resume is not among the top competitors.
Has anyone ever gotten pass the online resume selection?
I am very open to relocating to any smaller community (50,000 or less). What is the best way to look for work in another state when not much information is online for smaller communities? I have 12 years of retail experience but have not worked for the past 4 years. Some of my education includes:
Associate of Science Degree
Accounting Clerk Certificate of Completion
Business Administrative Support I Certificate of Completion
Business Administrative Support II Certificate of Completion
Customer Service Certificate of Completion
Front Office Support Certificate of Completion
Media Design Technology Certificate of Completion
Medical Office Administration Certificate of Completion
MCSA and MCSE Certifications
Microsoft Office Specialist
Essentially, I am to any job where I am qualified and am able to buy a home in a few years.
I am applying for an Administration Role in an Estate Agents and in the job description there is the following statement
You will be providing PA and administrative support to the Managing Partner and small, friendly team. The role will involve extensive liaison with HNWI therefore charisma and charm and imperative.
Please could someone tell me what this means as I don't want to go for the interview and not know what it means. Thank you.
I will have my MBA in 5 months. I have been researching and finding that jobs in the market that I want to work in want you to have a specialization in communications..Like producer for radio or tv, communications for magazine editor, or image editor. Do I need to go back to get an undergrade to get the specializions? Do anyone know of any certification I can get without truly going back to get another BS? Do anyone know of a company that will hire a recent MBA graduate into the communications field where I can learn as I work. Unfortunately, I'm finding that most companies want someone with experience. I'm so-called overqualified for entry-level and not experienced enough for upper level. In my region I have applied for jobs as secretary, receptionist, accounts payable and administrative support positions just to get my feet in the door at advertising companies, radio / TV broadcastings, and newspaper distributions. All suggestions are welcome.
I'm applying for a Administrator assistant post in clinical research firm. MY job responsiblities include
- To perform efficient and accurate Data Entry
- To provide efficient and accurate administrative support as required
- Collate information for reports and collate and summarise results
- Compile, format, copy and distribute reports, presentations, agendas and correspondence – ensuring production is timely and accurate.
What are the information i should include in my Resume' to impress the interviewer?
I have worked many jobs as a temp in the area of administrative support. How boring!
They never seem to have anything for me to do and I have to spend all my effort making work to fill the day. I spend so much effort trying to look busy that I am so tired at the end of the day. Being bored is so exusting. Dont you think?
Using more "educated" words to describe your qualities...Example: Articulate and dedicated professional with 10 years experience in administrative support whom possesses highly desirable abilities. Self-motivated and detail oriented individual who enjoys multi-tasking. Exhibits the ability to maintain a cooperative and professional working relationship with co-workers and peers.