When applying for administrative jobs, a cover letter is your introduction. In just a few succinct paragraphs, you want to be able to convey the most salient information and make a winning first impression. This is your chance to pitch yourself, to make a case as to why they should call you for an interview. You want your voice, your personal [...]
Administrative jobs make up a common field for career-hoppers who want a different line of work. Maybe you worked back-breaking work, you took time off for motherhood, or you just burnt out in whatever you were doing. Whatever the case may be, administration is an enticing field because it’s well-paying and well-respected.
One of the most common administrative jobs is that of the “Administrative Assistant.” According to Joan Burge, author of Become an Inner Circle Assistant, there are 12 core roles and responsibilities required of people working in this type of administrative job…
1. Appointment Coordination. This is considered to be the primary role of the Adm [...]
Anyone who has been through the school system has probably thought, at some point or another, “I could probably do a better job!” After all, school administrative jobs pay very, very well. Principals make anywhere from $85,000/year for elementary school to $97,486 for senior high school. College deans make over $100,000/year and Chief Academi [...]