Office Managers are experts in scheduling, data management and other administrative duties. They are on-site to assist a team with these tasks, as well as to introduce and improve processes that will streamline a team’s productivity or workflow. They often handle visitors from outside of the company and can speed up cross-team communication when needed.
Essential parts of an Office Manager’s job description:
- Office Managers work with a whole business, but will mainly help to assist managers and C-Level executives who have stricter timelines and meetings to schedule.
- They will often be a point of contact for clients, customers or others outside of the business who may require an on-site visit.
- One of an Office Manager’s job duties can include introducing and improving processes in a business. This can include anything from meeting schedules to ordering supplies.
- Office Managers are a versatile role with many potential employers. They will fit into all business types from SMEs to larger companies, as long as they have an office!