The candidate will be expected to have adequate communication skills to provide clear and accurate communications, both verbally and written. The candidate will interact with officers of varying grade levels so professional decorum and customer service savvy is a must. The candidate must be able to operate successfully in a team-oriented environment, however, they must also be able to successfully work on their own to support this office. The candidate will be unsupervised throughout much of the day, therefore successful autonomy is important. The candidate will assist as needed to maintain office/vault personnel and telephone listings for each officer within the retirement services group and pick up mail and distribute throughout the group when the full-time administrative assistant is on leave or out of the office. The candidate must also have the ability to use faxes and scan documents and/or microfiche. The candidate will also assist as needed with creating personalized retirement memorabilia bags for retiring employees which will entail coordination with retirement specialists and respective human resources groups throughout the sponsor's organization. Occasional travel to other offices within 25 miles to pick up retirement memorabilia may also occur, and a sponsor-owned vehicle would be provided for these instances. The Administrative Assistant candidate must be capable of learning different systems and how to utilize and archive files as needed. Candidate will use Outlook to respond to retirees and other shareholders regarding memorabilia and other relevant actions. AA will use Excel for basic keystroking to track actions such as metrics. Candidate will also use a Lotus Notes retirement database for reference. Accesses will be granted at deployment and on-the-job training will be provided by customer. Candidate will not supervise, but may be required to train others from across different office's resources. Initiates all access requests for each new employee and departing employee for each group within retirement services using internal systems.
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