What course do I need to do to become an Office Administrator?
Office Administrators support a team of people, maintaining records of leave, sick days and employee attendance and absence, as well as ensuring that everyone in the office is aware of how to get supplies they need, claim expenses and follow office systems and protocols.
Additional responsibilities include greeting visitors, purchasing stationery and consumables and ensuring that maintenance is carried out on office equipment. Office Administrators will keep track of receipts, invoices and purchase orders whilst also maintaining the condition of the office and often serve as a personal assistant to the head of the department.
Ensuring that administrative activities within an organisation run smoothly and efficiently, Office Administrators provide structure for other employees, manage budgets and records and may even undertake supervision or guidance roles for new employees.