I submitted my resume on Craig's List many times - and often when I apply to a Office Assistant or Office Manager position, I receive an email back explaining the company and how my job would be to receive their US checks and to take them to my bank or a cash checking place and keep a percentage and send the rest of the funds to them- has anyone ever gone through with this and is it a scam? I've never responded, thinking it wrong in some way.
I am applying for jobs as an Administrative Assistant / Personal Assistant and need to write a personal statement for my job application. Please, has someone got any samples?
If there are any administrative assistants / office managers / PA, could you help me with this? firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks very much
The job is an administrative assistant/office manager position.
I'm currently an office manager/executive assistant and I hate the fact that I'm constantly sitting at a desk. What job can I do that will require me to move around or require me to be in good shape. Not interested in being a model, exercise person, or police officer or firefighter. Help!
I am moving to Denver from Maryland. I currently have several years of experience as an office manager/executive assistant. Will I be able to land a job there or is the market really tough?
I do have experience waiting tables, if I need to fall back on that at first, but I don't want that to be the long term thing.
I'm an Office Manager and Senior Executive Assistant with a current security clearance (secret) and military background. I want to search for a job, but in no particular city. How do I do that? Normally when job searching, you search for a job in a particular city. I just want to put my resume out there and see what feedback I get. Any suggestions? Thanks.
To obtain employment within an organization as an office manager and/or administrative assistant where my creative, computer, organizational, and interpersonal skills will be used and challenged.
Your feedback is greatly appreciated.
I love the area, and it seems cheap to live there, but I am worried about finding a job. I have my bachelor's degree, and 5 years experience as an executive assistant and office manager. Will I be able to find a job to support myself?
By and office job i mean like the one i have done before which mainly had me taking written files and retyping them onto word or typing up things and organising filing cabinents.
It's weird but i actually enjoyed that and i got paid $10 per hour so it was good and since im moving to america in the future im wondering till i do my dream job is it easy to get an office job and do the office jobs there ask for what i want :P.
I am applying for jobs as an administrative assistant / Personal Assistant and need to write a personal statement when I complete any application form. Please, has someone got any examples? If there are any administrative assistants / PA / office managers, could someone help my with this? THANKS email@example.com
1. I have been interviewing quite a bit and I find myself having trouble answering these questions:
Name three of your weaknesses?
2. You have a degree in healthcare and an extensive work experience in health. Why are you looking for work at our company which isn't health related?
3. What are your long term goals?
I know my weaknesses but when it comes to telling someone my weaknesses, I can't think of any.
The positions I apply to I have experience in. I have over six years of experience as an Administrative Assistant in a healthcare organization. I apply to A.A. positions in other companies not related in healthcare. The job descriptions for all jobs I apply to read similiar to my previous job.
When answering what my long term goal is I don't want to look like I don't have the company's interest in mind. For example, in an interview I've said my long term goal is acquiring the needed skills and experience to become an Office Manager.
I am interested in working as an administrative assistant/office assistant and I was wondering if a certificate would be good enough to obtain an entry level job? Also, if you do this job, how much do you make?
I just got a job in a real estate office as office manager/assistant. I am getting an hourly wage plus bonuses but I've been asked to come up with my bonus schedule and I NEED HELP! does anyone have experience with these kinds of terms?
Any direction would be most appreciated!
I am in my freshmen year of college and at first i was going to take a certificate program for office manager/administrative assistant, but student loans do not cover certificate programs. I want a typical office job where i have my own desk, and office or cubicle. I want to know if this degree is a good choice for what i want. please help
Just wondering because theres a debate going on in my office between my coworker and i whether or not im an office manager or not.
any help would be great - thanks!
I work at the front desk at a Holiday Inn Express. So i'm basically a receptionist in easy terms. I want to know if anyone can give me some good advice on how to become a better leader and show my managers that i am capable and able to lead so that i can be promoted into a management position. Maybe Assistant GM or Front Office Manager? Please give me some good feedback, thanks!!!
Sorry English is my second language.
I am in my early 20s with Master Degree. In the past, I have been working in Education Fields for 5 years. I was working in college as an assistant/graduate assistant. I graduated and became an office manager last August.
Surprisingly, random persons always think I am a teacher. I just took a career test and the result is Teacher is the most suitable career for me.
I have an interview with a small animal hospital in my home town here in Lexington, Kentucky. I am sure I will be asked about what I am expected to be paid, but I honestly have no clue. I am currently making $9.25 as an office manager for a small construction contracting office. After reading descriptions of the job and considering it may include working as a receptionist/clerical help, I would figure definately more than minimum wage. For just a receptionist in my area I see offers of $9-$10 and even more. Any advice on where I should start?
Don't bother if you're just going to tell me what website I should look at....been there, done that.
I am a college graduate with a Bachelors in Business Administration and I am trying to apply for a retail position. My experience includes Product Manager Assistant, Office Administrator and Assistant to the Sr. Finance Officer. Will that make me look over qualified by adding a resume to a retail job that is only part-time?
I need the job for money, if you're wondering why retail.
I've been through two interviews with the office manager and financial planners and took a personality test. I have my third interview with the partner of the company and don't know what to expect. I've answered so many questions at the first two--what more could they possibly ask me? I really want to be prepared! I should also mention I'm a recent college graduate and don't have much experience with interviews. Please offer any advice you have! Thank you!