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Administrators will have several duties in an office environment. Some of these functions include; greet clients and vendors, answer telephone calls, direct phone calls to proper personnel, organize office equipment, keep office supplies in inventory, organize events, coordinate meetings, assist other team members, coordinate travel arrangements, and many other functions.
An administrator should have the following characteristics to excel at their career; positive, upbeat attitude, motivated to succeed, capable of multi-tasking. They should have the ability to work under a heavy workload, treasure their organizational skills, excel at communication (both written or oral). Lastly, they should be capable of presenting themselves in a professional manner and have a passion for their work.
Interview questions to prepare yourself for an administrator interview will include teamwork questions, customer service questions, and leadership questions. You should be able to give examples of when you have worked under stress and heavy workloads. Think of a few examples of when you have solved a customer's problem or handled an angry customer. Almost all interviews open with the question, Tell me about yourself. Start the conversation strong by providing your background and why you chose to apply for this company. Describe your passion for the company and how this job would align perfectly with your career goals.