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Receptionist / Administrative Assistant


Academy Mortgage Corporation is seeking an Receptionist/Administrative Assistant to join our growing team at our Centralia, WA location.

Role

The Administrative Assistant will work under close supervision to provide confidential administrative support to management and staff, including word processing, telephone services, scheduling, and other services as requested. Maintain logs and files. Screens and distributes mail, and orders supplies and other requested materials. Assist visitors, directing inquiries to the appropriate individual for resolution. Receives and directs incoming phone calls, packages, and visitors to their appropriate destinations. Represents the company by maintaining a professional manner and appearance at all times. Provides back up and overflow assistance to other departmental staff or managers. Receive general to detailed instruction on all assignments.

Major Duties and Responsibilities

Provides confidential administrative support to members of management and staff, including word processing, telephone services, scheduling, and other services as requested
Screens and distributes mail, and orders supplies and other requested materials
Posts mail as needed, using postage machines and postage codes
Maintains logs and files
Maintains daily appointment calendars
Provides back up and overflow assistance to other departmental staff or managers

Requirements

1-12 months' of similar or related experience
High school diploma or equivalent
Excellent organizational and editing skills
Typing at or above the 75th percentile in speed and 90th percentile in accuracy
Proficient with spreadsheets
Requires effective communication with customers and/or other employees using common telecommunications equipment and computer equipment
Must be able to read, examine, and organize documents
May also require the ability to lift up to 25 pounds
Position will often be in a busy office environment. The ability to multitask and focus in this environment is essential

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