Sr. Administrative Executive Responsibilities List:
Scheduling meetings and appointments within the office
Organizing the office layout and ordering stationery and equipment
Maintaining the office condition and arranging necessary repairs
What does an Sr. Administrative Executive do?
Sr. Administrative Executive duties and responsibilities include scheduling meetings and appointments, making office supplies arrangements, greeting visitors and providing general administrative support to our employees. Previous experience as a Front office manager or Office administrator would be an advantage. A successful Office manager should also have experience with a variety of office software (email tools, spreadsheets and databases) and be able to accurately handle administrative duties.
Ultimately, the Office manager should be able to ensure the smooth running of the office and help to improve company procedures and day-to-day operation.
Serve as the point person for office manager duties including:
Schedule meetings and appointments
Organize the office layout and order stationery and equipment
Maintain the office condition and arrange necessary repairs
Partner with HR to update and maintain office policies as necessary
Organize office operations and procedures
Maintain all office and IT equipment, including inventory taking of assets and repairing electronic devices
Ensure that all items are invoiced and paid on time for G&A items
Manage contract and price negotiations with office vendors, service providers and office lease
Manage office G&A budget, ensure accurate and timely reporting
Provide general support to visitors
Manage front desk / receptionist
Address employees queries regarding office management issues (e.g. stationery, Hardware and travel arrangements)
Liaise with facility management vendors, including cleaning, catering and security services