Executive assistants provide administrative support to senior executives and help them with their daily responsibilities. This includes basic administrative tasks, such as answering the phone, receiving messages, welcoming visitors, scheduling meetings and organizing travel. An associate's degree or bachelor's degree is preferred. Attention to detail and efficiency are a must.
Account managers maintain their company's strategy and business relationships with customers. They are responsible for understanding the short- and long-term needs of their customers and for directing the company's resources and products to help meet those objectives. They serve as the customer's main point of contact and often offer recommendations or additional sales to improve the success of their customers. An office manager oversees the daily work of an office, often in a corporate or medical setting.
Office managers are highly organized and thorough, in addition to knowing all aspects of how the office works. They contact management and employees to help meet administrative and supply needs. They can also deal with customers regularly and must have strong interpersonal skills. An accounts payable employee processes payments and transactions in accordance with financial policies.
On a normal day, employees manage daily transactions by classifying, calculating and recording accounts receivable data; employees also prepare invoices and invoices for banking purposes. A bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, or business administration is generally required. Administrative assistants perform administrative tasks to help an organization run smoothly. As people to go to within a company, their responsibilities may include filing documents, scheduling appointments, answering the phone, greeting visitors, and providing general support to other office workers.
They must be organized and friendly, as they are often the first impression of the company for customers. Data entry employees enter and update information in companies' computer databases. This includes digitally scanning and organizing documents and manually entering information. Basic knowledge of office machinery, as well as competent typing skills and a high level of computer knowledge, are essential.
Data entry employees should be familiar with word processing programs (Excel, Word, etc.) An office assistant provides general administrative support to an office.
They workdirectly for an administrator or supervisor. Office assistants are responsible for organizational and administrative support tasks. These tasks can include filing, scheduling appointments, writing copies, reviewing, receiving mail, and providing customer service.
A high school diploma or equivalent is required, but a bachelor's degree is preferred.