• Submitted By: dnice
  • Date Submitted: 09/24/2008 5:08 PM
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office for a entry level Administrative Assistant. The Administrative Assistant often makes the first impression on our customer,and therefore is required to maintain a high level of professionalism and personal standard of attitude,behavior and appearance. The Administrative Assistant is responsible for providing the highest level of customer service, to internal and external customers by managing the front desk console and interacting with clients/customers via phone and in person.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
-Providing outstanding front office customer service (telephone and reception area)
-Hand outs application and/or orientation packets and verifies information for accuracy
-Maintains drug testing process (setting up employee for the clinic, logging and updating office report, email/communicating results to the office)
-Alphabetize and submit timecards to corporate office for Automated Hours Collection System exception accounts
-Processing of payroll checks (sort, stuff, and mail)
-File and maintain all office paperwork
-Maintaining adequate levels of Pre Employment Packets
-Assist with data entry of personal data updates, starts and finishes in PeopleSoft
-Processing orientation paperwork to Human Resources Department
-Timely processing of Tax Credit Forms and other state required forms
-Maintaining adequate levels of administrative support to all internal and external employees
-Maintain and organize all office supplies

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform the essential duties satisfactorily. The requirements listed below must be met in order to perform the essential job duties and responsibilities.

Education and/or Experience
1 + years experience in a customer service related position.
Ability to prioritize, organize, problem solve and meet deadlines and goals.
Ability to communicate effectively and provide proper follow up
Computer experience with 35-45WPM and...

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