Sr. Administrative Assistant Advice

Q: What is it like working as a Sr. Administrative Assistant?

Sr. Administrative Assistant in Kent:
"How cruel politicians and judges can be."
Watch what you say an to whom you say it to.

Sr. Administrative Assistant in Bridgman:
"Open your mind to innovative methods."
Think of what you would do - or what you would like done should the business be exclusively yours. One can never know everything, so search, explore and make decisions based from obtained knowledge experience and others insight.

Sr. Administrative Assistant in Nashville:
"Believe in yourself and others will believe in you."
Document everything and keep great records. Know your duties and duties of others so that you may be a great source of knowledge.

Sr. Administrative Assistant in Queens:
"Team Player."
Gain as much training and education in the field as possible.

Sr. Administrative Assistant in Florence:
"Corporate Culture."
Pros: Working in the athletics department; being able to be a part of helping to develop the students in their skills of athletics and helping to aid in them achieving their goals of obtaining their degrees. Being able to give back to the community.
Cons: The pay.

Sr. Administrative Assistant in San Francisco:
Pros: Being able to manage my own work, Fast pace, communicating with all levels of management.
Cons: Not sure what my role is, no career path.

Sr. Administrative Assistant in Rogers:
"Failure to plan is planning to fail."
Must be organized in this role.