Administrative support professional offering versatile office management skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office programs. Strong planner and problem solver who readily adapts to change, works independently and exceeds expectations. Able to manage multiple priorities and meet tight deadlines without compromising quality. Self-starter, motivator, and work well with others.
Present: Grantham University---Lenexa, Kansas Online Studies: BS Business Administration
2010-2011: Albany Technical College — Albany, GA Business Administrative Diploma
Â— Business Proofreading and Editing
MS Office for
Presentations for Business Professionals
and Document Processing
for Executive Assistants
Â— Finance Manager
Office Specialist (MOS), 2010; 2013
November 2011- August 2014 : Albany Technical College Albany, GA
Assistant to Instructors / Lab Assistant
Handled multifaceted clerical tasks (e.g., data entry, filing, records management) as the assistant to the Business Administrative Technology Instructors, Assist to the Advisory Committee, maintained database and ensured the delivery of premium service to students. Quickly became a trusted assistant known for “can-do” attitude, flexibility and high-quality work.
Â— Communicated effectively with multiple departments and prepare documents and registration for new students and previous students. Established strong relationships to gain support and effectively achieve results.
Â— Helped coordinate Business Advisory Committee (average of 2 large gatherings per year) that contributed to consistently high enrollment levels.
Â— Entrusted to manage office in the supervisor’s absence. Provided timely, courteous and knowledgeable response to information requests; screened and transferred calls; and prepared official school correspondence.
Â— Helped developed innovative PowerPoint presentation to present to the Advisory Committee to market executive support programs to potential students.
Â— Ability to learn and master new concepts; positive work ethic; and commitment to providing unsurpassed service.
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