OVERVIEW: Supervises the activities of office personnel who perform secretarial and clerical functions. Controls correspondence, monitors payroll, and designs filing systems. Recruits, selects, trains, and evaluates office personnel.
OVERVIEW: Organizes office operations and procedures in an expeditious manner and secures qualified and capable staff to achieve company goals. Develops policies and programs for the entire company, including organizational development, employee relations, compensation, benefits, safety and health, recruiting, selection, orientation, and training. Advises senior management on human resources issues.
OVERVIEW: Performs secretarial support work of a complex nature for the CEO, President, or other high-level executive. Takes and transcribes minutes of Board of Directors meetings, including after-hours meetings. Types letters, memoranda, reports, etc., from dictated, handwritten, and other sources, and assists in preparing agenda and related material for key management meetings. Supervises and coordinates work of other secretaries and performs other related duties as required and assigned by the executive. Position involves a high degree of confidentiality.
OVERVIEW: Assists the general manager in the planning and directing of company operations, including related support activities, systems application, administration, and personnel
OVERVIEW: Performs complex secretarial work of an administrative nature. This is a responsible position that provides assistance to various department heads in administrative areas. Works with minimal instruction or supervision.
OVERVIEW: Implements administrative systems, procedures, and policies, and contributes to administrative projects.
OVERVIEW: This position develops cost estimates for parts, sub-assemblies, and finished devices; generates and maintains reports for variances, performances against standards, etc.; and prepares cost analyses by recapitulating material cost, labor cost, and overhead cost incurred in the fabrication or assembly of part(s).
OVERVIEW: Determines cost of operations by collecting, analyzing, and reporting cost data. Classifies labor, material, and overhead costs to compute unit costs of products and services, and records cost data for use by management in controlling expenditures.