In 20+ years providing administrative and technology support I have experience in all areas of back office operations including executive assistant, bookkeeper, marketing assistant, event coordinator, technology manager, process designer/trainer, project manager, strategic planner, program management office administrator, and creative problem solver.
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I have also participated with several start-up companies, being ideally suited to support a company that has a lot of needs with limited cash flow. Being seen as a "jack of all trades" is...
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Application selection, implementation, customization, end user training, and help desk.
Hardware procurement, setup, repair, and help desk.
Database implementation, administration, and reporting.
Infrastructure design and project management.
Posting to general ledger.
Accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and payroll taxes.
Financial statement and income statement preparation.
Type 70+ wpm
Draft correspondence, meeting prep, speeches, web content and other writing to free up executive time.
Scheduling and running interference for busy executives.
Interacting with internal and external clients, service providers, and partners.
Participant in idea creation and implementation planning.
Researching trends, competition, and opportunities.
Drafting internal marketing communications.
Participating in creating presentations and marketing materials.
Coordinating with hotels, caterers, transportation, speakers, and attendees.
Drafting advance prep materials, presentation materials, and meeting summaries.
On-site technical and administrative support.
Current state analysis and requirement gathering.
Determining process relationships and work flow.
Creating custom tools to minimize manual manipulation of data or end user time on repeatable processes.
Training end users.
Establishing quality control and process review guidelines.
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