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Assist in a small office environment with various tactical and strategic
tasks including general office administration and daily sales activities.
General office duties include but are not limited to:
Create and update proposals,
contracts, project check lists, etc.
Coordinate and schedule conference
calls, onsite meetings, etc.
Assist in the preparation of marketing
seminars and corporate events
and answering all inbound phone calls
Prepare travel arrangements
Guide and maintain various resource
Maintain office supply inventories
professional attitude and appearance, organization, math skills
Excellent written and oral
Ability to coordinate and prioritize
multiple tasks and projects
Ability to identify process
inefficiencies and make suggestions
Basic math and problem solving
Basic accounting functions (process
Must be punctual
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