Jobs for administrative professionals
Administrative and support staff help organizations run efficiently and effectively. An administrative professional may answer phones, manage schedules, print and bind documents, arrange and run meetings, create and send correspondence, relay messages, and many other tasks. Organizational and logistical skills are important for admin staff, who may also handle travel and guest arrangements or plan small-to-large scale events.
More administrative jobs on the horizon
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of administrative and clerical Staff is projected to grow 6 percent in the coming years. Some industries, such as healthcare, are likely to add administrative jobs at a higher rate. Candidates who have a combination of work experience and computer software skills increase their chances for good job opportunities.
AllStaff administrative staffing specialists
AllStaff has long served communities with temporary, temp-to-hire, and direct hire administrative staffing and employment services. Three AllStaff brands — Select Staffing and Fellows Staffing in the Chicagoland area, and Jeane Thorne Staffing in the Twin Cities and Mankato—specialize in placing admin and support staff in organizations of every size and industry.
From entry-level to senior, job seekers find great opportunities with Select Staffing, Fellows Staffing and Jeane Thorne. Our typical placements include job titles like these:
Administrative Assistant | Office Manager | Secretary | Clerical Specialist | Staff Assistant | Legal Secretary | Data Entry Clerk | Mail Clerk | Receptionist | Word Processor | Executive Secretary | Executive Administrator | Filing Clerk | Operations Administrator | Office Assistant | Office Coordinator | Senior Administrative Associate | Sales Support Specialist | and much more.
Contact Select Staffing, Fellows Staffing, or Jeane Thorne Staffing today for more information on admin jobs.
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