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Job Description for Administrator

This page provides a hub page for some of the job descriptions for Administrators that we have within our database.  If you can`t find what you need have a search of the database by clicking the search tab below the Home page left.  Alternatively try a little browse of our A to Z of jobs in the panel left.

Typically many job descriptions for admin roles will include fire fighting, motor racing, and going into space......just joking!

 

You`ll probably get involved in a variety of reception duties, meeting and greeting visitors, dealing with telephone calls and  taking messages, taking payments, recording and reconciling, keeping visitor logs, general correspondence, newsletter compilation, being a general dogsbody, Health and Safety monitoring and recording; creating and maintaining filing Systems, ordering of Office Supplies, database management, mailings, assisting in the production of reports, keeping all organisational policies and procedures up to date etc etc

OK so I am generalising a bit and the best way to find out about what an Administrator does is to read as many of these job descriptions as possible.  They are from real jobs and the activities have been performed by real people.

 

While you are at it, check out some of our other jd`s for managerial roles.  They include many that actually manage admin based staff.  You can learn a lot by checking out what is required of the boss of an employee.

 

In summary, check out the lonks, have a browse and try a search, it is all free!