SOL provides you with office administrators that can plan, develop, implement and supervise the general administrative and office services of a department, division, regional or branch office. They are also called office managers and coordinators.
As an office administrator, they oversee and coordinate office procedures. They establish work priorities, delegate work to support staff and ensure that deadlines are met, and that procedures are followed. They also review, evaluate and implement new or improved procedures. As well, they may research and prepare reports, manuals and correspondence.
An important part of this job is to estimate how much space, equipment and supplies the office will need. Our administrators help you prepare the operating budgets and make sure that the office stays within its limits.
They also evaluate the work performance of the staff that reports to them. They assess the need for training and recommend or provide training programs. They participate in employee selection panels or select staff as required.
We provide you with problem-solvers, logical thinkers with mathematical abilities to do basic accounting. Effective writing and organizational skills, as well as the ability to use a computer are not excluded in their skills knowing that managing people demands strong leadership skills.
Their skills are numerous and not limited to being decisive to ensure that management decisions are followed, approachable and understanding to deal with people's problems and concerns and the ability to work with minimal supervision from superiors is also an asset in this job.