Secretary

Secretaries perform secretarial, clerical and other administrative tasks in support of Managers, Legal Professionals and other professionals.
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$1146 per week
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    Overview

    Secretaries perform secretarial, clerical and other administrative tasks in support of Managers, Legal Professionals and other professionals.

    Day-to-day

    • liaising with other staff to arrange meetings, and to gain and provide information
    • preparing reports, briefing notes and correspondence, and proofreading work for typographical and grammatical errors
    • maintaining appointment diaries and making travel arrangements
    • processing incoming and outgoing mail, filing correspondence and maintaining records
    • answering telephone calls, responding to inquiries and redirecting callers
    • taking and transcribing dictation of letters and other documents
    • greeting visitors, ascertaining nature of business and directing visitors to appropriate persons
    • may implement management decisions and maintain records of meetings
    • may handle bookkeeping and petty cash functions.

    To become a Secretary

    • You can work as a Secretary without formal qualifications, however, a certificate III, IV or diploma in secretarial and clerical studies, business administration, legal services or another related field may be useful.

      Take a Certificate III in Business Administration

    Skills employers are looking for

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