Executive Administrative Assistant to the Director (2005-Present) National Center for Health Behavioral Change: As an executive administrative assistant I provide management or executive staff with support services such as typing, filing, scheduling appointments and meetings, and answering phone calls. In addition to the administrative duties, also prepared reports and manages projects for his department. The secretary in this role arranges conference calls and meetings for executive staff. The person in this position may also conduct research for executive staff members. Also trained office staff in the use of new software programs and give orientation to new employees and had supervisory responsibilities over clerical staff in the office. Create and managed spreadsheets and presentations using computer software and also ordered supplies for the office and worked with vendors to supply the office with equipment. Familiar with office software such as word processing programs, email, spreadsheet programs and database software. Have a high level of written and verbal communication skills. Have the ability to multitask and have organizational skills and also able to work independently with little and no supervision.
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