Administrative AssistantPepsiCoStafford, VANot to mention, you will embark on an incredible career journey - generous pay, Total Rewards benefits for you and your family (Health & Insurance, Well-being resources, Savings & Retirement plans), and flexible part-time, full-time and seasonal schedules available morning through night. Full-time/part-time
Administrative AssistantShutterflyStafford, VAAs an Administrative Assistant, you'll: Build the weekly photography schedule; Coordinate all scheduling changes and ensures communication with appropriate personnel; Collect and review Picture Day Report Card information; Assist with photographer onboarding and support; Perform other administrative suppor tasks as assigned (maintain gas logs, help with timekeeping activities; assist with wardrobe management; maintain supply inventories.
Administrative AssistantDHLFredericksburg, VASeeking Administrative Assistants to: Type correspondence and reports from rough drafts; Screen telephone calls and visitors; Prepare a variety of reports and other documents; Maintain filing system including items that are confidential; Maintain manager's calendar; Schedule meetings and appointments; Arrange travel and hotel accommodations; Compile and submit expense reports; Open and review all mail directed to management staff. Full-time
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