Do you want to be an Office Administrator?
Office administration is a wide field that incorporates many types of positions. Office administrators undertake a range of functions to make sure the administration activities within an organisation run smoothly. They may be responsible for the management of human resources, budgets, accommodation and property facilities and records. These functions can be performed at various levels ranging from junior through to upper management.
The role varies greatly depending on the sector, the size of the employer and levels of responsibility. Most work involves both written and oral communication, word processing and typing, and requires relevant skills such as IT, organisational and presentation skills, as well as the ability to multi-task and work well under pressure.
If you have a love of organising and enjoy putting everything in place, you may be the perfect fit for the role of administrator. The role of administrator involves a great deal of multitasking. You will work with teams, oversee the operations within your company, manage groups, coordinate with management and engage in planning according to the needs of your company. If there are office resource or administrative issues, you will be the person expected to deal with them.
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Outcomes & Job Opportunities
Administrators are crucial to effective and efficient day-to-day operations of any company. Those working in this position will usually be responsible for supporting their organisation in a variety of ways including book keeping, communications, scheduling, data entry, secretarial services and much more.
An Office Administrator will perform the following tasks:
- Supervise and coordinate activities of staff
- Interview job applicants
- Administer salaries and determine leave entitlements
- Prepare annual estimates of expenditure, maintain budgetary and inventory controls and make recommendations to management
- Maintain management information systems (manual or computerised)
- Provide and maintain business premises and other facilities, including plant machinery and equipment
- Review and answer correspondence
- Provide secretarial or executive services for committees