In this role, the candidate will be required to oversee administrative and clerical activities; collect, organize, and retrieve information and documents; conduct research, prepare presentations, analyze projects’ profitability and feasibility; assemble reports for meetings, HR duties, and help in other tasks as decided by the company executives.
To be a successful Office Manager, you should be committed to facilitating smooth, efficient office operations by planning carefully, anticipating needs, and providing responsive, reliable assistance. You should be adaptable, proactive, supportive, and detail-oriented.
*Supporting company leadership and supervising administrative and project department activities for staff members.
*Handling office tasks, such as filing, answering emails and phone calls, and data entry.
*Coordinating schedules and managing calendars for multiple parties to ensure that activities are properly arranged with no conflicts.
*Bookkeeping tasks for clients, including but not limited to reconciliations, accounts receivable entry, accounts payable entry, cash flow reporting, etc.
*Preparing documents, presentation materials, and facilities for meetings.
*Entering and updating company, employee, and client records.
*Directing, reviewing, and optimizing office operations to increase accuracy, productivity, and efficiency and reduce costs.
*Handling HR activities
*Reliable, Professional and Committed.
*Exceptional verbal and written English communication skills.
*Degree in accounting, industrial engineering, economics, or a relevant field.
*2+ years of experience in administrative services or related fields.
*Proficient with Microsoft Office, and other management software tools.
*Understanding of accounting principles.
*Experience with QuickBooks both Desktop and Online versions helpful.
*Proactive, organized approach to multitasking.
*Strong leadership and interpersonal skills.
If you are interested and meet the requirements send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than April 10th, indicating your salary expectations.