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3840 Elsie Drive
Madison, SD 57042
Career Objective: To be able to provide administrative support to everyday operations of the university. My strong knowledge in travel arrangements, activity coordination, liaison activities and composing business documents will make me a competitive candidate for the position.
• Excellent written and communication skills
• Strong knowledge in computer applications
• Expert in PowerPoint communications
• Skilled in writing business letters
• Excellent record keeping and indexing skills
Administrative Assistant, July 2009-Present
AML, San Diego, CA
• Answered telephone calls and greeted visitors.
• Interacted with the faculty members and other event coordinators in facilitating school events.
• Attended to queries and other students' concerns regarding rescheduling of classes or cancellation of subjects.
• Submitted reports to the VP on the progress of school projects.
• Acted as liaison officer and point of contact of students and guests during campus organizations.
Administrative Clerk, December 2007-May 2009
DGF, Carrollton, GA
• Coordinated with hotel managers cancelled reservations not allowed under the hotel guidelines.
• Conducted research on complex projects assigned by the executive.
• Created presentations using PowerPoint apps.
• Planned and scheduled appointments of executives.
• Replied to inquiries of clients thru e-mails and VOIP.
Masters Degree in General Management
Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
Bachelors Degree in Office Management
Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR