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Office Administrator - Executive


- Grade 12 or equivalentOR- Mature student status (18 years of age or older) and a passing score on the entrance examination

Benefits of this program

- Enter a field with a $22/hour median wage*- Learn Sage 50 and Quick Books accounting software - Study at a campus close to home* 2020 office administrative assistant

Employment Opportunities

- Administrative Assistant- Executive Assistant- Office Manager- Secretary

The Office Administrator – Executive program helps students develop skills for the modern office environment.

Students in this program become advanced users of the Microsoft Office suite. In addition, they receive training in related Microsoft business software. As part of their general studies, students gain business skills, comprehensive bookkeeping skills, and experience with some of the most popular accounting software packages.

Executive assistants are relied on by some of the country’s most powerful business people and it takes a strong understanding of what they need in the day-to-day operations of their companies to be successful.

The Office Administrator – Executive program at Rumi Academy provides students with the foundation they need to find employment in this vast career field.


Qestions & Answers

The role of an Office Administrator – Executive, often referred to as an Executive Assistant, involves providing high-level administrative support to executives, senior managers, or other leaders within an organization. This position requires a combination of organizational, communication, and multitasking skills. The specific duties can vary depending on the organization and the needs of the executive.

Here are a few important skills employers will expect office administrator candidates to have:

Basic computer literacy skills,Organizational skills,Strategic planning and scheduling skills,Time-management skills,Verbal and written communication skills,Critical thinking skills,Quick-learning skills,Detail-oriented.

However, here are some common tasks associated with this role:

Calendar Management,Communication Handling,Travel Coordination,Meeting Coordination,Document Management,Office Operations,Task Prioritization,Gatekeeping,Problem-Solving,Information Liaison,Project Coordination,Event Planning,Expense Management,Relationship Management,Training and Onboarding,Information Management,Continuous Learning,Employee Recognition and Engagement,Networking,Decision-Making Support.

Many entry-level executive assistant positions may require a high school diploma or its equivalent. However, candidates with higher levels of education may be preferred.

Here are potential paths for career advancement:

Senior Executive Assistant,Office Manager,Project Management Roles,Specialized Roles,Human Resources Positions,Operations Manager,Business Analyst,Office Coordinator or Facilities Manager,Administrative Services Manager,Entrepreneurship,Education and Training,Professional Associations and Networking,Higher Education or Certification,Chief of Staff or Chief Administrative Officer,Industry-Specific Advancements.

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