The job of an Administrative Manager involves planning, directing and managing staff through subordinate supervisors. He/she is responsible for overseeing facilities planning and custodial operations as well as coordinating a company’s supportive services, such as mail distribution, recordkeeping, or other office support services.
Education/Experience Requirements A successful candidate must possess a bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration or a related field, plus at least 5 years professional administrative experience and at least 2 years in a supervisory position.
Skills Effective written and verbal communication skills; strong analytical, leadership and organizational skills, proven crisis management and fiscal management skills; solid record in crisis management, operational analysis and decision-making; vast knowledge in business practices and laws; experience in team concepts and training staff; advanced skills in computer software programs and in-depth knowledge of technical and operational specifications of office systems.
Specific work elements Handling overall work performance of the company; managing office environment; gathering, storing, adapting and distributing information for and within the company; providing specialized support to managers and other departments; planning, organizing and controlling various administrative functions; providing telecommunication and document management; managing cost and quality control; meeting with management subordinates to plan for long-term company goals; ensuring utilization of human resources; providing training for staff; and rendering service to other company functions, among others.