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Administrative Services Manager Interview Questions
1. Do you have experience in multi tasking?
Administrative services managers plan, coordinate, and direct a broad range of services that allow organizations to operate efficiently. They might, for example, coordinate space allocation, facilities maintenance and operations, and major property and equipment procurement. They also may oversee centralized operations that meet the needs of multiple departments, such as information and data processing, mail, materials scheduling and distribution, printing and reproduction, records management, telecommunications management, security, recycling, wellness, and transportation services. Administrative services managers also ensure that contracts, insurance requirements, and government regulations and safety standards are followed and up to date. They may examine energy consumption patterns, technology usage, and personal property needs to plan for their long-term maintenance, modernization, and replacement.
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Administrative Services Manager Interview Questions
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How detail oriented are you?
 
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I am very detail oriented in my daily work duties. Details often times are the deciding factors in business stragetic decisions.
 
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I am very detail orientated on my current job. Details at times are the major deciding factors in crucial company decisions.
 
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What leadership skills do you possess?
 
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What leadership skills do you possess.
 
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As Human Resources Assistant and Recruiter I lead the Sykes HR Team in employment recruitment activities on a daily basis to include advertising, community contacts and job fairs to meet business critical hiring needs. As Deli/Bakery Manager I lead a team of 18 deli employees in daily customer service job duties.
 
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Tell me about a time where you had to make a tough decision?
 
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Employment hiring decisions are always tough decisions at Sykes. As HR Assistant and Recruiter my job was to hire the best candidate to fill the needs of the job.
 
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When a team member was not acting in a professional manner.
 
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Tell me about a time when you had to make a quick decision. How did your quick decision play out?
 
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As Sykes Recruiter I had to make a quick hiring decisions frequently to meet business needs. The client communicated business needs on a weekly basis and in order to meet those business needs I had to make quick hiring decisions for recruiting strategies. The quick decisions is what it took in order to meet the hiring needs of the company.
 
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Quick decision making at Sykes in hiring practices. Makng quick changes in recruiting strategies to mee the needs of the company was risky however it did pay off in the end because staffing needs were met.
 
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Have you ever made an operations decision for a company? What was it and how did it play out?
 
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Hiring decisions at sykes affected the operations of the company. My answer would be yes on a daily basis. As a team we were always able to meet hiring goals.
 
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Yes, I implemented the pdr process. It went well and I trained the employees to learn the process.
 
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What job functions are you especially good at?
 
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Public and Employee relations. I have a ability to speak with others and communicate decisions and goals quickly and wth confidence.
 
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Motivation a team organisational skills.
 
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What was the largest number of tasks you had to complete for a company at a given time?
 
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As Human Resources Assistant and Recruiter at Sykes I had many tasks to complete. Recruiting employees was my main job duty to which included monthly recruiting and budget reports however along with that duty I also conducted new hire orientations, HRIS Data Entry of all new hired employees, auditing and maintaining employee files as well as handing any HR situations that occured on the job daily.
 
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At Sykes I had many tasks due daily. Recruiting reports and spreadsheets due daily along with al HRS data entry and HR practices. Multi-tasking was and still is a major part of my job. AT social services I multi-task as Fiscal Assistant, Clerical Department when needed, Becky Hubbards backup and fill in to help with taking out the mail and giving breaks to the front desk attendant.
 
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