Acme Company Policy

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Job Title: Sales Manager Administrative Assistant | Department: Sales | Job Code: SMAA/25 | Revision Date: 05/2010 | Job Grade: TG5 |

Job Summary
Performs administrative and office support activities for the sales manager. Duties include those described for administrative assistant, however, this position typically supports a sales department exclusively. May assist both full-time and part-time employees or freelance staff.

Key Responsibilities
Types correspondence, reports, team documents, and other items as requested for the sales manager using Microsoft Word on the computer to insure documents are professional.
Files sales reports alphabetically in the file cabinet to insure tracking and access of reports.
Makes travel arrangements for sales manager through travel agency.
Identifies travel schedule and destination for sales manager by reviewing sales manager’s calendar and meeting dates/times to insure sales manager is at destination when needed.
Books airline passage by finding a flight that meets schedule criteria as well as budget in order to insure sales manager is at destination when needed.
Arranges transportation to airport and rental car at destination by finding a car based on car rental agency contract in place in order to allow sales manager transportation at destination.

Supervision Given/Received
This position requires little to no supervision.
This position is occupational, union represented.

Qualifiers
Knowledge of general filing system and document filing protocol
Knowledge of airline and rental car contracts and arrangements
Knowledge of managing calendar
Travel arrangement experience
Typing (50 wpm, 100% accuracy)
Excellent English writing skills (structure, grammar, punctuation)
Computer skills
Microsoft Office skills/experience
Ability to file and retrieve files with 100% accuracy
Ability…...

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