Administrative coordinators help an organization create and execute schedules, manage company budgets, greet and communicate with staff and guests, and maintains effective workflow in the office. The administrative coordinator may also take on many other duties regularly associated with office management, including filing, faxing, creating memos and reports, and performing other clerical duties.
Administrative coordinators should possess a high school diploma or equivalent (such as a G.E.D.) at a minimum. Other advanced degrees, such as an Associate's degree in office administration, may be valuable. This role requires individuals who possess active communication skills and are highly organized.
Here at XYZ Inc., we are the leading company in our industry in the Capital City area. We're pleased to have a 3.8 Glassdoor rating from our employees. We are hiring an experienced Administrative Coordinator to help us keep growing. If you're dedicated and ambitious, XYZ Inc. is an excellent place to grow your career. Don't hesitate to apply.