KISS Job of the Day: General Motors Administrative Assistant

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General Motors Administrative Assistant

Responsible to provide administrative support to an Executive, or one or more managers, with supervision available to handle unusual situations . Work includes various clerical tasks; i.e., typing, involving the ability to make decision based on established policies and procedures. Clerical skills require a high degree of accuracy and coordination. May occasionally instruct others on work. May occasionally instruct or assign work to a smaller group of employees.

- Conserve manager’s time by assuming administrative details

- Coordinate a system for managing office routine

- Expedite handling of correspondence and phone calls

- Prepare written reports, letters, etc

- Gathers and analyzes routine data

- Maintain regular contact with others outside the work group

- Complete various assignments as requested

- Type, proofread and distribute forms, records and reports

- Maintain records, confidential files and GM specific reports

- Schedule meetings and maintain calendars


- Demonstrated planning and organizational skills

- Demonstrated analytical skills

- High level of interpersonal skills

- High level of problem solving ability including independent judgment and decision making skills with some supervision

- Advanced level of proficiency in COe software (MS work, Excel, PowerPoint Scheduling, Internet and Lotus Notes)

- Demonstrated knowledge of grammar, spelling and punctuation

- Highly proficient oral and written communication skills

- Takes initiative and works independently with little supervision

Preferred Qualifications

· Experience dealing with Senior Management or Executives in an administrative capacity

Education and Training

- Two year college degree or professional certification in related field or equivalent experience/training

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