Administrative Assistant - Owens
Provides clerical and administrative support for Owens Dining Center. Duties include answering phones, message delivery, scheduling meetings, ordering supplies, processing mail, copying, typing and processing administrative documents. Responsible for file establishment, maintenance, and handling. Also responsible for Human Resources administrative duties such as employment paperwork and electronic documentation. Maintains confidential employee files. Works with SA Human Resources for employment paperwork and electronic documentation during hiring process. Responsible for processing Worker's Compensation claims; processing salary leave reports, wage payroll and files. Reconciles time worked, payroll and leave reports. Prepares daily deposits and credit card log, as needed, in absence of Cash Office Supervisor. Maintains bulletin boards and pleasant office appearance. Receives visitors and employees in a courteous manner and ensures customer satisfaction.
Previous office administration experience with evidence of processing complex reports, spreadsheets, invoices, payroll/leave administration, Worker's Compensation materials, handling confidential material, and confidential personnel file maintenance. Knowledge of standard office communications and procedures. Strong bookkeeping and word processing skills with emphasis on efficiency, accuracy, and organization. Experience preparing deposits, and processing related paperwork. Excellent customer service and communications skills both verbal and written to a diverse group of people in a friendly courteous manner. Ability to work independently with little supervision, prioritizes work, and performs multiple functions simultaneously. Demonstrated ability to operate within a team based environment.
Demonstrated knowledge of computers including Windows 2000/NT, Microsoft Office, Outlook, and automated accounting, payroll and inventory systems. Knowledge of ServSafe and HACCP policies and procedures.
$29,000-$34,000 depending on experience
July 19, 2021
The successful Candidate will be required to have a criminal conviction check
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