Administrative managers oversee the work of other administrative and clerical staff while also providing such duties themselves. Administrative managers help organize schedules, manage payroll and personnel databases, create reports, and offer other clerical duties. This role also requires a significant amount of communication and coordination with other staff and departments, including senior-level officials.
Administrative managers should have a high school diploma or equivalent (such as a G.E.D.) at a minimum. As this role is a management-level position, an Associate's degree in office administration may be preferred. Administrative managers need to be high organized, utilize effective communication, and maintain positive leadership skills.
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