Secretary Advice

Q: What is it like working as a Secretary?

Secretary in Goodells:
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Secretary in Cherry Hill:
Pros: Free lunch.
Cons: My boss.

Secretary in Gulfport:
"Must be able to multi-task."
Maintain compliance folders for campus ADN Program, Monitor expenditures and budgets, Maintain an effective working relationship with college personnel, students and the community, Handle telephone calls in an effective and professional manner, Arrange for transportation, reservations, and lodging requirements, Prepare specifications for quotes and bid tabulations as required, Supervise and schedule student worker, Compile & maintain data for state reports and accreditation reports, Maintain inventory for major and minor equipment, Develop and maintain Access databases and Excel spreadsheets. Input student data and program data into BANNER, Build courses in Banner for eight programs across four campuses. Teach Continuing Education courses on computer hardware, peripherals and software.

Secretary in Bloomington:
"Somewhat stressful job."
Pros: I like that the phone isn't always wringing. I also like that my manager is very comprehensive and very flexible with my hours.
Cons: I feel like they are putting me to do personal assistant jobs when all I am to the company is there secretary. I don't get payed enough and don't get payed vacations.

Secretary in South Windsor:
"Office conditions."
Pros: I can work independently.
Cons: It can sometimes get boring.

Secretary in South Windsor:
"Office conditions."
Pros: I work independently.
Cons: It can be boring at times.

Secretary in Henrico:
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