Assistant Office Manager

Assistant Office Manager
in Quincy, Massachusetts 02169 - US

Job Description

Assistant Office Manager

We have an immediate opening for a talented office professional for one of our most prestigious clients. We are looking for someone who is willing to think outside of the box and help create new initiatives. This is an opportunity that not only offers the chance for networking but there is also lots of room for growth. The previous Assistant Office Manager was promoted to Office Manager. 

- Answering phones throughout the day in a kind and courteous manner
- Delivering mail to the appropriate staff members
- Entering data into a specialized scheduling system 
- Some light calendar management work and travel arrangements 
- Customer service via email, phones, and in person 

Job Requirements: 
- Access to a vehicle on a daily basis 
- Any hotel, concierge, secretary, or admin backgrounds are encouraged to apply! Recent Grads are also welcome! 
- At least 1-2 years of recent administrative experience 
- Must be available immediately, as we are looking to fill this role as soon as possible


There are no costs for candidates utilizing our services as our clients pay for all related hiring fees. All PSG job postings are either actual positions we had available at the time of posting and/or are representative of positions we typically fill or expect to fill. If you see a job that interests you, respond to the ad or give us a call so that we can help you find a job you'll love. As one of the area's largest staffing firms, we help 2,500 people find jobs a year so chances are good that we can help you too.


Professional Staffing Group is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment regardless of race, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, color, religion, disability, veteran's status, sexual orientation, or any other protected factor.


Apply Now
Attach Resume: Don’t have a resume?
Formats accepted: .doc / .docx / .pdf / .txt

The following error(s) occurred: