Virtually every industry has an administrative requirement, meaning that all business will have a range of office jobs on offer.
Your responsibilities may include general office admin such as filing, scanning, copying and printing. You may also be involved with updating systems and databases carrying out data entry tasks. Liaising with customers face to face and over the phone may also be part of an office job. Although office jobs are widely characterised by assistant-level positions which cover routine office duties, there is plenty of scope for progression to more senior roles.
Office Jobs – the skills and experience you need
In order to excel in this field you will need to have technical skills including proficiency with Microsoft Office Programs, strong organisation skills as well as the ability to communicate effectively with team members and clients.
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