Administrative assistants require strong verbal, listening, and writing skills; interpersonal and supervisory skills; ability to keep confidences; knowledge of records management; and knowledge of a variety of software application programs and integrated electronic office systems. Administrative Assistants perform and coordinate office activities and ensure that information is delivered in a timely fashion to staff and clients. Managers, professionals, and other support staff rely on them to keep administrative operations under control.
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