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Engineering Executive Assistant
AppleOneOrlando, FL
Candidates also must have strong MS office 365 skills and will be tested on these applications during the interview process! Must be proficient in Excel® with creating and updating spreadsheets•Must be a quick learner and self-motivated•Must be able to work independently without supervision•Must be willing and able to learn and use daily, customized reporting software•Must be very organized•Must be able to multi-task•Must work well with others and have good communications skillsAPPLY NOW for immediate consideration.
$65,000 a year
HR Generalist - Bilingual
AppleOneApopka, FL
Computer proficiency and technical aptitude with the ability to utilize MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint, aswell as Paylocity. Looking for an experienced, driven HR Generalist for an immediate opening.
jobsearcher.com/articlesExcel Skills Needed
We're looking for a candidate who can use their computer knowledge not only to complete a task but figure out the best way to accomplish it.
This insight, reflected in our daily practices, has always been our fundamental strength as a company, and it continues to serve us well in all our efforts.
Engineering Executive Assistant
AppleoneOrlando, FL
Previous experience working in the engineering, architectural, or construction industry is a must! We are an Equal Employment Opportunity employer committed to excellence, diversity and inclusion. Seeking an Executive Assistant with previous experience working within an Engineering Department or Engineering Services company to join a great team in Orlando, FL.
AppleOne: Construction Project Administrator
AppleOneSouth Orange Mobile Home Park, FL
Technology Required: Microsoft Office/ Microsoft 365 (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, One Drive) BluebeamTechnology Preferred: AIA Contract Documents Deltek NewFormaAPPLY NOW for immediate consideration.
HR Generalist
AppleOneApopka, FL
Process bi-weekly payroll via Paylocity Comfortable with Project Based work and meeting deadlines. Track status of candidates in Paylocity and respond with follow-up letters at the end of the recruitingprocess.
$53,000 a year Full-time
AppleOne: Construction Project Administrator
AppleOneOrlando, FL
Maintain project schedules to include MS Outlook calendar coordination, resource management in Deltek VantagePoint, project milestone and task list upkeep, and other scheduled requirements to safeguard project execution.
Full-time
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Engineering Executive Assistant
AppleOneBelle Isle, FL
This position is going to be Contract to Hire.
AppleOne: Construction Project Administrator
AppleOneGrand Avenue Trailer Park, FL
Effectively use software such as MS Word, MS Excel, Bluebeam, Deltek VantagePoint, etc. Create and or manipulate project-based data in electronic format such as MS Excel.

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