Full-Time Office Manager – IT Liaison – Malibcong
The Office Manager is responsible for the management and coordination of office operations, procedures and resources to support organizational effectiveness and efficiency. Typically in charge of managing the building’s front desk staff, office supplies, equipment, vendors, as well as the building’s security, access control, and overall office space. Maintaining office operations and dealing with the building landlord and property managers fall under the purview of the person responsible for building or office lease administration. Maintains open lines of communication and coordinates Divisional endeavors.
Job Title : Office Manager – IT Liaison
Location : Malibcong, Abra Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 24.22 per hour.
Company : Aston Carter
Job Type : Full-Time
- Supporting internal and external customers requires answering phones and drafting routine correspondence, memoranda, and reports.
- helps in the development and upkeep of contracts and contract proposals.
- Responsible for coordinating the department’s administrative tasks, such as billing, accounting, payroll, and other related tasks. Creates tools (such as reports) to aid with administrative processes.
- This entity has the potential to act as a clearinghouse for data collected from many departments, offices, states, and regions.
- Coordination between office automation, lease processes, and floor plans.
- Coordination of day-to-day activities include purchasing, repairs to the building, and upkeep of office equipment. Keeps up and develops ties with suppliers; responsibilities include maintaining relationships and gathering pricing information.
- Hold meetings to talk about the workload and what is expected of everyone to make sure the goals get met.
- Assists Managers, Directors, Executives, and Officers with Routine Administrative Duties such as Making Appointments, Arranging Travel, and Composing Correspondence.
- Planning, coordinating, and participating in departmental or program-related meetings, retreats, trainings, and other events as required.
- Job duties in human resources may include interviewing candidates, making hires, arranging for employee orientation and training, evaluating workers’ performance, and keeping employee records.
- The minimum level of education necessary is a Bachelor’s, but relevant job experience may be substituted.
- Experience with commonplace office equipment, data entry, and software for automating routine tasks is a plus.
- Ability to prioritize, plan and organize work and requires some independent judgment, under some degree of supervision.
- Capacity to always protect sensitive firm data, including but not limited to trade secrets and employee/employer information.
- Skills: the capacity to prioritize multiple tasks at once while yet maintaining a sense of humor and reliability.