I have been a server since I started working and I'm so burnt out. I crave a more relaxed and steady job like an office assistant, or even a receptionist. How in the world do I make that switch? It seems every office assistant job I see requires 1 yr or 2yrs experience. Any tips?
Add a Label: Type a Job, Company, Location and/or Other in the boxes below (i.e. chef, Hilton Hotel, and Orlando, FL) and click "Search". You may only add one job, company, and location label per search, but multiple "other" labels.
Delete a Label: You can remove "Other" labels one at a time by clicking the "x" next to the name. Or, remove all the filters at once by clicking "Clear all labels".
I am not sure that an employer will be looking for an employee on this message board.You are more likely to get scams or emails asking you to perform lewd acts for money.
Hello,I will be graduating within a year with a BS in business management and I am interested in gaining some administrative experience. I have been applying for entry-level administrative assistant, office clerk, and receptionist positions for weeks but I have had no luck. (This is partially because I am limited by commutable distance; I have classes in the evenings and I can't work on the other side of town, where all the jobs seem to be, and make it to class on time.)The main problem I think ...
Please stay away from this company.... no opportunity to grow. Very unprofessional from administrators to staff
looking for job in office assistant front desk clerk
its been 4 years since a stop working. I came here 6 years ago and had 2 yrs experience in nursing facility/Physical Therapy Dept. as Rehab Aid/Clerk. But since I gave birth on 2011 I stop working. I have clerical/admin experience in the Philippines for 8 years from different companies and im planning to apply now in the same field. its been a month since I started sending resumes online. I called the company/hospitals to follow up and ask if I can drop by my resume in person but everything is j...
How is it possible to have over 20 yrs of professional office experience but also worked in a hospital for 12 years
I seem to pigeoned-holed in my previous occupation as a Certified Pharmacy Technician,but with no desire to work in a hospital again. I'm 56 years old with a lot of experiencein the professional world with 12 years of experience in a hospital as a ER admissionsclerk, unit clerk and certified pharmacy tech (after 8 yrs. in that compacity, I resignedmy position at the hospital. I prefer to work with people and be a member of a qualitysmaller company, who can recognize me for all the skills I can ...
What type of job can I get with a A.A.S. degree in Marketing Management?I m just curious to know, what type of job can I get with a A.A.S. degree in Marketing Management? I m currently in school earning my bachelors degree in healthcare management but I need a job now. Last year, I started my own online store,selling item through Amazon and eBay but it isn t generating enough profit. I have work experience that ranges from a high school facilitator assistant, peer educator, to working at UPS ...
I lost my full time position. I am over fifty and am having a difficult time finding a part-time job. How can I find a part time job other than jobs listed on interent or networking? How do I get my foot in the door.
How did you get your start doing office assistant work, and what career moves did you make to get to your current position?Do you need a particular educational background?
Due to the economic crisis I was forced to take an early retirement, however I would like to continue working and be active. I have taken a few temporary assignments, but I am looking for a temporary to permanent job as a receptionist or office assistant, I posted my resume with several agencies, however I have not heard from any yet.What do you suggest. Thank you in advance
I have a strictly business/admin background but would like to get in to medical front office work. Is there any way to do that without getting a CMA certificate?
Do you have any tips to help prepare for an upcoming office assistant interview?Are there common interview questions that come up again and again?
What are the top 3 traits or skills every office assistant must have to excel?Can you suggest any tips or insights to develop your office assistant expertise?
I went to Brookline Trade College here in town i went there for a certification and a diploma for secretary in a legal office does that count or do i need more schooling it was a 9 month course i have applied for many jobs for front desk clerk and ofice assistant.
Yes, go back to school and make yourself marketable - like everyone else. Pool Guy, shut up. Right now, school is not a solution.
I just got out of the military and am going back to school. I am looking for a part time job (or a full time job that will work around my class schedule) that will allow to me expand my experience and help me on my way to getting on my feet.
I have much to offer any healthcare organization. What I don't know, I can learn quickly. I have a RHIT certification and am eager to learn anything new in any healthcare position. I am very diligent and will almost never miss work. I have owned 2 businesses, one for 22 years and one for 8 years so I realize the value of a honest, reliable and consciencious employee. I really didn't think I would have this much trouble finding a position. I am very qualified for many of the jobs I have applied f...
It was a very good idea to hire spanish office workers; to make communications better in the community as well as the entire media. But like everything else in America,this well meant idea seems to be getting amiss as well. Go to any Temp service fascility looking for work;they will accept your application,but they will only call spanish applicants to be sent out on jobs. Spanish Apartment managers will call spanish applicants,before returning a call to someone who has been waiting a year longer...
I need a new job because I don't Like retail anymore
I am trying to find a position where I can use my knowledge and experience. I am a professional at whatever task I ensue.It is tough out there. I am positive and upbeat. It will happen.
hi i would like to know how long school for officeassistant would take?
I have been a stay at home housewife-mom-nana for at least the last 25 years of my life. I have no real job experience other than life experiences . I know i am good at organizing so feel i would be good at doing filing and other jobs like it. I dont type other than slow typing on my computer. I am looking for part time work and dont want to have to drive more than about five miles from home. I am a hard worker and i have integrity. Thanks for any responses!
What do you enjoy most about being an office assistant? What do you dislike the most? Is it challenging? Are there many opportunities to learn and advance?What keeps you at your job?
Are jobs in this industry on the rise? Are there any sub-sectors that are growing?Where are the jobs? Which places have the most office assistant opportunities?