administration and homejobs
Common tasks include:
-audio and copy typing;
-dealing with telephone and email inquiries;
-using a variety of software packages, such as Microsoft Word, Outlook, Power point, Excel, Access, etc., to produce correspondence and documents and to maintain presentations, records, spreadsheets and databases;
-photocopying and printing various documents, sometimes on behalf of other colleagues;
Working weeks typically range between 35 to 40 hours a week, with a working day usually being somewhere between 8 am and 6 pm. Flexitime's is sometimes available depending on the organization.
Interim, part-time and temporary roles are common. Career breaks are possible if skills, especially IT, are maintained.
What to expect
-Work is almost office-based.
-Self-employment or freelance work is unusual
-Jobs are available in all areas of the South Africa and opportunities are widespread
-The role can be stressful at times, since the work is always focused on the needs of the manager or team. Deadlines may be imposed suddenly, demanding flexibility and workload.
-from R 4500
-to R 25000
Initial training usually consists of being taught company policies, procedures and systems. Once in post, it is not essential to study for further qualifications but they may be offered, or you may wish to undertake some to increase your chances of progression.
Relevant qualifications include various, certificates and diplomas in subjects such as:
-business and administration;
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