Administrative Manager Job Description

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The Administrative Manager is responsible for providing a wide range of office management and support to the company including answering phone lines, scheduling/managing calendars, making/confirming meeting arrangements, and writing correspondence. Must be open to not only being in office management but also supporting a CFO and senior leaders with travel arrangements, calendaring, expense reports, etc. Must be resourceful, an independent thinker, self-sufficient and self-motivated.

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Job summary 2

The Administrative Manager performs the responsible supervisory and professional administrative work in directing and coordinating all unit activity. The individual must have the advanced administrative ability and supervisory experience. The work requires behavioral and conceptual skills, the ability to motivate others, and role clarity. The Administrative Manager is adaptable, flexible, and creative, exercising good judgment in problem-solving and unusual occurrences. The work is carried out according to the standards of Center policies, rules and regulations, and state and federal regulations.

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We are seeking a motivated and experienced Administrative Manager. You will be responsible for managing the organization's database administration and assisting the CEO, COO, and other staff with tackling administrative tasks across the organization and its programs.

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The Administrative Manager, with a high degree of independent judgment and discretion, performs administrative and office management duties for senior-level executives/managers. Performs administrative and office duties related to departmental management policies and general business operations. The incumbent has frequent access to confidential and sensitive information and files.

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Job summary 5

We are seeking an Administrative Manager. This position will be responsible for overseeing business processes for the location including hiring, training, and motivating administrative staff to ensure service is above and beyond client expectations. The successful candidate will have previous experience managing a team of administrative professionals, strong leadership, organizational, and time management skills, as well as, the ability to work independently and prioritize multiple projects.

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The Administrative Manager provides leadership and supervision to the administrative and clerical support staff in the Office. The incumbent serves as the liaison for internal/external departments and stakeholders. The work performed by the individual in this job is confidential in nature.

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We are looking for an experienced Administrative Manager to join our team.

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Job summary 8

The Administrative Manager‘s primary responsibilities are to control sensitive and confidential documentation pertaining to the Department and coordinate that documentation with Management and the VP. The Administrative Manager maintains employee records such as attendance, payroll, and balance sheets as well as necessary machine records. The Administrative Manager maintains current records of policies and procedures as well as aid in the development of new procedures, major functions include hiring, scheduling, and staffing.

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The primary focus of the Administrative Manager will be to manage and support a team focused on office management, facility maintenance, and security.

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We are seeking an Administrative Manager.

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Frequently asked questions

What does an administrative manager do?

An administrative manager is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of an organization. This may include managing budgets, supervising staff, coordinating projects, and ensuring that administrative tasks are completed efficiently and effectively. Administrative managers may also be responsible for developing and implementing policies and procedures and may work with upper management to develop strategies for improving the organization's efficiency and productivity. Administrative managers may work in a variety of settings, including government agencies, non-profit organizations, and private businesses.

What are the skills of an administrative manager?

There are a number of skills that are important for an administrative manager to have in order to be successful in their role. Some of these skills include:

  1. Leadership: Administrative managers need to be able to lead and manage a team of employees, setting goals and expectations and providing guidance and support as needed.
  2. Communication: Administrative managers need to be able to communicate effectively with employees, stakeholders, and upper management, both in writing and in person.
  3. Organizational skills: Administrative managers need to be able to manage their time effectively and prioritize tasks in order to meet deadlines and achieve objectives.
  4. Problem-solving: Administrative managers need to be able to identify and address problems as they arise, finding creative solutions and implementing them effectively.
  5. Attention to detail: Administrative managers need to be able to pay attention to detail in order to ensure that all tasks are completed accurately and efficiently.
  6. Technology: Administrative managers need to be proficient in using a variety of computer programs and software, including word processing, spreadsheet, and project management tools.
  7. Flexibility: Administrative managers need to be able to adapt to changing circumstances and priorities, and be willing to take on new tasks and responsibilities as needed.

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