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Business Administration Job Description Sample

Business Administration Job Description Sample

This Business Administration sample job description can be used to help you create a job advert that will attract candidates who are qualified for the job. Feel free to revise this job description to meet your specific job duties and job requirements.

Job title: Business Administration

Business Administration Job Purpose:

Facilitating office organisation and communication by performing administrative duties and acting as a receptionist.

Business Administration Job Duties:

  • Providing office support including customer and employee support
  • Keeping well-organised files and records of business activity
  • Researching company data and archived reports
  • Keeping computer databases up to date
  • Interacting with clients either on the phone or in person
  • Answering phones and connecting calls to the proper department
  • Taking phone messages and passing them on
  • Following up on business communications, billing, and ordering
  • Communicating with materials suppliers and vendors
  • Invoicing
  • Using spreadsheets to track expenses and company spending
  • Collecting and inputting company data
  • Making travel arrangements for employees
  • Learning about the company's mission and available products/services
  • Educating clients about what products/services are available and how to purchase them
  • Building relationships with clients
  • Sending faxes and emails
  • Preparing documents by printing, copying, and binding
  • Writing and editing company correspondence
  • Collecting and sorting post
  • Assisting with minor technical support
  • Acting as a personal assistant to the executive team
  • Scheduling appointments and events
  • Ordering office stationery and other supplies
  • Preparing meeting rooms by setting up chairs and getting refreshments
  • Participating in office meetings and taking meeting minutes
  • Giving feedback on office efficiency and suggesting possible improvements
  • Being ready for any other administrative tasks that are required

Business Administration Skills and Qualifications:

Office Management, Reception, Filing, Bookkeeping, Organisation, Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, Time Management, Communication, Attention to Detail, Problem Solving, Multi-tasking, Order Management, Billing, Reporting, Researching, Ordering, Invoicing, Scheduling, Typing, Computer Skills

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