General Description

In order to perform their various duties, an Administration Assistant must exhibit many varied skills and qualifications. Duties of the Administration Assistant include providing support to our managers and employees, assisting in daily office needs and participate in our company’s general administrative activities.


Responsibilities of Position

  • Communicate and work with other support personnel, management and clients on a regular basis.
  • Organization and prioritization are the core elements of the Administration Assistant responsibilities. You must know how to keep yourself and others organized and how to determine which tasks are the most important in a given list.
  • Answer phones and greet visitors.
  • Prepare communications, such as memos, emails, invoices, reports and other correspondence.
  •  Maintain files with confidentiality in an easily accessible format.
  • Typing reports, letters and other business documents.
  • Following up on outstanding payments, customer purchase orders and ordering road permits.
  • Familiarity with office processes, including filing and directing telephone calls.
  • Computer literacy and facility with word processing, spreadsheets, data entry and basic accounting software, Proficient with Microsoft Office.
  • Good communication with other company departments.
  • Excellent customer service.
  • Attention to detail, solid organization and multi-tasking abilities.
  • Basic Math Skills.


Requirements of the position

·      High school diploma/GED or commensurate business experience including six (6) years of Office Administration or Construction Industry experience, three (3) of which must have included multi-phone system, customer service and/or similar business acumen, with concentration on organization, coordination, and performance of duties at a responsible level.

·      Must able to read document project activity and have ability for continuous learning of new processes.

·      Must have valid driver’s license and be able to operate ground carts and drive company vehicles.

·      Ability to follow instructions and maintain logical follow-through on all projects.

·      Efficiently answer and respond to questions regarding projects and resolve maintenance issues without supervision.

·      Microsoft Office familiar experience and has ability to learn other computer operating systems.

·      Assist in other areas at management discretion.




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