April 15, 2020 at 9:30 pm #827061wilmer1416ParticipantJob Summary
- Researches, compiles and analyses data for CEO reports.
- Co-ordinates the planning and management of meetings, workshops and conferences for the department.
- Prepares complex correspondence, spreadsheets, reports and other documents.
- Determines the need for, and prepares the requisition, receipt, storage, distribution and maintenance of office supplies and equipment.
- Undertakes follow-up activities regarding the work program of the department and decisions taken at meetings.
- Performs Office management duties such as:
- Develop and maintain records management system for the department.
- Receive and distribute correspondence.
- Make travel arrangements for staff in the department.
- Compose and issue routine correspondence; prepare drafts of more complex correspondence for review by CEO.
- Assist in the preparation of timesheets and paysheets, prepares vouchers, invoices and requisitions.
- Attends to queries and ascertains the business of callers and visitors and guides them accordingly.
- Operates standard office equipment such as photocopiers, scanners, facsimile machines and binders.
Qualifications & Experience
- An Associate Degree Social Sciences/Management/Business or a related area.
- A minimum of five (5) years’ experience performing clerical/secretarial and administrative support duties including two (2) years for management personnel.
- Knowledge of records and information management techniques.
- Knowledge of Project Management and Human Resource Management principles, procedures and practices will be considered an asset.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality in all business matters
- Ability to communicate both orally and in writing.
- The ability to interact positively with members of the public.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and ability to use the internet and other platforms for research
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