Ian, Evan & Alexander Corporation (IEA) is in search of an Office Administrator in Washington, D.C.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Schedule meetings, appointments, and conferences in accordance with superior's instructions. Remind superiors and others of scheduled events to ensure prompt and timely attendance. Reschedule appointments when it is clear that superiors will not be able to make all commitments. Contact other personnel to attend meetings in lieu of the supervisor, when necessary.
- Receive visitors and phone calls in a courteous manner. Accurately determine the nature of the request and refers callers to appropriate staff. Personally answer routine and non- technical request for information and provides correct information when routine procedural matters are involved.
- Follow-up on telephone conversations and take appropriate steps to ensure that necessary action is initiated and subsequently assures that such action is completed as quickly as possible. Follow-up and assure proper execution of all commitments made and obligations incurred in telephone conversations, personally make necessary contacts with the officials and individuals concerned.
- Make travel arrangements based on general travel intentions, known preferences of the traveler and in accordance with appropriate federal travel regulations. Schedule transportation and hotel/Government quarters reservations in a timely manner. Notify organizations and officials to be visited, keep in touch with the staff en-route, and write thank-you letters (as appropriate) after the staff member’s return. Effectively deal with security issues. Accurately prepare travel orders and travel vouchers.
- Ensure that requests for action or information are made known to responsible Office staff personnel who can satisfy the request. Decide whether important or emergency matters should be brought to the Supervisor’s attention when absent, but accessible.
- Prepare correspondence, forms, reports, cables or other documents, utilizing desktop computer word processing systems or typewriter; ensure correct punctuation, capitalization, spelling, grammar, and conformance to style.
- Prepare, maintain, and consolidate time and attendance data. Ensure time and attendance data are prepared in accordance with established procedures and transmits data to payroll in a timely manner.
- Receive and review incoming mail, screening those items which can be handled personally and determine which items should be brought to the supervisor’s attention, forwarding the remainder to the staff for action. Review outgoing mail for attachments, dates, and signatures. Maintain suspense records on all correspondence and action documents and follows up to ensure a timely reply or action. Ensure that all outgoing correspondence is in the proper format and in conformance with office policy and in correct grammatical composition.
- Schedule large meetings and conferences. Select time and location, notify participants, ensure that all required materials and services are provided in a timely manner, attend the meetings and take notes, and prepare reports of the proceedings.
- Establish and maintain office records of various types that may be needed or will assist in the efficient operation of the office. Ensure files have all pertinent documents and signatures. Maintain and accurately update file system to enable quick and efficient retrieval of information. Accurately purge files or perform other file disposition actions in accordance with established procedures. Effectively supervise or perform annual file inventory. Where appropriate, responsible for the accurate receipt, control, logging, safekeeping, and necessary action on all classified material received.
- Enhance the ability of the office to support overall mission requirements through performance of one or more of the following: Use database or spreadsheet software to accurately enter, revise, sort, calculate, and retrieve data for standard reports; use graphics software to provide graphic symbols, charts, and graphs for view, graphs or paper presentations; or accurately and promptly transmit and receive documents and messages electronically using a PC or a workstation.
- Requisition office supplies, printing support, and related materials. Prepare and submit requisitions and tracks requisitions for timely completion.
The Advisor shall maintain open, timely, and effective communications, resulting in a relationship that proactively addresses potential problems with flexible, workable solutions.
LEVEL OF EFFORT
Hours for this full-time position will be the core hours of the Department of State, Washington, DC: Monday through Friday, with a minimum of 40 hours per week.
This position is expected to require additional hours outside the standard CONUS hours as listed in the "Level of Effort" section of this SOW. An initial 400 supplemental hours should be included within this task order proposal. Supplemental hours, beyond the amount provided on the order, are not authorized and cannot be used without prior authorization of the Contracting Officer.
Local, in-town travel is acceptable and is anticipated for this position.
- US CitizenshipDemonstrated ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing
- Bachelor's Degree or proof of imminent Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution, OR four years of experience at the equivalent GS-7 level
- Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective relationships
- Demonstrated ability to provide excellent customer servicePrior administration experience
- Skill and ability in managing multiple concurrent activities of varying complexity, including changing priorities and short turn-around times
- Prior administration experience
An active Secret clearance is required for this position; however, the contractor may begin working with an interim Secret clearance.