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I am 33 years old and have worked at the same university for about 8 years now. I've worn many different hats. I've worked in customer service and sales, but i always seem to end up being some type of support person. I have a masters in communications management, i thought it would help advnace my career but it hasnt. Right now i feel like i'm in a dead end job. Still at the same university basically in a support type position. It's a good place to work, but my job is going no where. I feel underployed. I basically schedule meetings and put together emails and it's hard to even explain what the heck i do. Very admin support in a Dean's office. is it too late for me to expect to do much more than this?
Do an Administrative Assistant have a resume that is to the point and neat. Good Luck. Here is a sample resume. SENIOR EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT LJ 85K.NOW 65K,CAR. Janet Needs A Job Now Address City, State Zip Code Home Phone Cell Phone SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Accomplished and results-oriented Senior Executive Assistant, experienced in handling a wide range of administrative and executive support related tasks within financial and media industries. Exceedingly well-organized, flexible, and enjoy administrative challenges of supporting an office of diverse people and programs. Possess outstanding level of communications, strong decision-making ability, and keen attention to detail. Technical Skills: Microsoft XP Office including Word, Outlook, Excel, QuickBooks and PowerPoint PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Exis Capital Management, New York, Delaware EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT/PERSONAL ASSISTANT • Coordinate and efficiently manage all daily priorities for CEO • Provide administrative support to CEO including travel, both private and commercial coordinating all aspects of travel • Thorough planning of meetings and events • Prioritize information flow daily, handle urgent and sensitive matters • Creating correspondence and replying to emails • Tracking/coordination of medical benefit plans including flexible spending • Reconcile American Express bills and prepare detailed expense reports • Maintain extensive calendar including providing driver with logistics • Pay bills and log into QuickBooks • Wire transfers, Charitable contributions, Petty Cash • Ad hoc projects as needed • Personal work as needed Tremont Group Holdings, Rye, NY July 2009 –January 2011 EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT/OFFICE MANAGER Apr 2002-Dec 2008 • Rendered confidential administrative support to the CEO, CFO, and COO as well as each respective staff on various duties including typing, filing, e-mails correspondence, organizing calendars and extensive travel arrangements, tracking attendance as well as expense recording and reporting • Coordinated special projects and planned all corporate events, established deadlines, and managed timelines and budgets with minimum supervision • Oversaw daily office functions and operations to maintain efficiency and high productivity levels • Conducted interviews to vendors and suppliers to evaluate products and services offered • Maintained accurate and well-organized paper and computerized files, including directories/contact lists, files, and publication; ensured controlled access to highly confidential materials and information Giant Bear, White Plains, NY EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE CEO Nov 2000-Mar 2002 Rendered full administrative services to the CEO Worked collaboratively with top level management and maintained internal calendar to keep track of schedules and appointments Collaborated with Marketing and Sales senior management to coordinate materials and presentations for U.S. marketing strategy development Determined facilities issues and recommended cost-effective solutions to minimize budget expenditures American Media, Tarrytown, Delaware / New York City, NY EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE CEO Apr 1980-Aug 2000 Performed all executive administrative duties in the office of the CEO for more than 17 years Served as a liaison to all management and support staff to utilize CEO’s time efficiently Held responsible as liaison for public relations, coordinating television advertisements and readership studies Updated and chased delegated tasks to ensure progress to deadlines PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Board of Directors, Association for the Help of Retarded Children – New York City Chapter (AHRC NYC) Board of Directors, Superior Direct Care (AHRC NYC) Board of Directors, Guardianship Fund (AHRC NYC) Notary Public
Perhaps it is the place you work at. I worked in support for 40 years, and loved it. Everyone depended upon me for everything. Economy got bad, so I got laid off. Now I am back in college to learn new skills so I can get back into administration support. Not everyone want to be the boss. Myself included. Did it for 5 years. Hated it. Surrounded by a bunch of cry babies that did not want to work. I hope you find something wonderful. The economy is finally improving. Good luck in your search.
While I don't like to say you won't be able to move around at the University, it sounds like you just need to start out fresh with people that don't know you as a "support" person. If after 8 years you haven't moved around to a position you like, it doesn't seem like a good fit for you anymore. I would start looking into other positions with more promising opportunities for you to advance and utilize your skill set.
A masters in communication management and you type such nonsense? Also that dui will be problematic on future job prospects, it may even show up at your present job.....I found it, so can they...
That true, Lilly? You have an DUI?