Pack N Move Holding Company
Manager of adminitraive affairs & IT
June 2010 — Present
Handles a wide range of administrative responsibilities in the workplace, ranging from providing administrative support to managing office facilities to supervising entry-level administrative staff. Smaller offices that only employ one administrative professional will often designate that person as the office manager to reflect role as a jack-of-all-trades, handling tasks that fall outside the job description of other staff members. Other job titles that are sometimes used include office administrator, administrative manager, administrative officer, and office coordinator.
The level of administrative support provided by these managers depends on the number of other administrative support professionals in the office. For example, if an office also employs executive assistants who provide administrative support to senior management, then the office manager will likely work with the office as a whole rather than working closely with any one individual. In an office without executive assistants, this person may be called upon to manage expense reports for one or more members of management, as well as arranging their meetings and travel accommodations. If the office also employs a receptionist or front-desk clerk, the office manager may supervise or delegate administrative tasks to these staff members, such as opening mail, answering phones, typing, printing, collating, and data entry.