Office administrators perform various clerical tasks to help an organization's operations run efficiently. They may primarily provide administrative support to staff, organize files, arrange travel for executives, and perform bookkeeping and process payroll. They also oversee administrative functions and supervise other administrative staff members. They greet clients, answer phones, and reply to client inquiries and email.
Office administrators operate and maintain office equipment including copy and fax machines and computers, conduct research, and compile reports for supervisors and other employees. They scheduled meetings and events and organize the necessary materials for them. They also assist the human resources department with hiring and onboarding new employees. Office administrators maintain an inventory of office equipment and supplies and create and modify documents like invoices, contracts, reports, memos, and letters. Office administrators need a minimum associate's degree in business or business administration.
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