Administrative services managers are responsible for planning, coordinating and supervising a company's supportive services. Their exact tasks may vary depending on the type of organization they are working with. In general, administrative services managers supervise administrative and clerical staff, manage records, oversee repair and maintenance of mechanical and electrical equipment and machinery, and ensure that the facilities comply with set health, environment, and security regulations.
A bachelor's degree in business, informational management, facility management or an associated field is the minimum educational qualification required to become an administrative services manager. Strong leadership, organizational, analytical and communication skills are vital requirements of this job.
At your interview, the interviewer will want to know if you have had any experience in this field. An internship under the guidance of an experienced professional will help serve as work experience. It will also help you reply to all questions with more authority, which is key to a successful interview. At Mock Questions, you will find a list of commonly asked questions at administrative services manager interviews. Check them out and as part of your interview prep, spend some time thinking about how you will answer these questions. This will help you reply to questions more confidently at the interview.