Planned travel arrangements for 12+ engineers and project managed.
Drafted meeting agendas, supplied advance materials and executed follow-up for meetings and team conferences.
Planned meetings and prepared conference rooms.
Maintained an up-to-date department organizational chart and schedule.
Managed the receptionist area, including greeting visitors and responding to telephone and in-person requests for information.
Wrote reports and correspondence from dictation and handwritten notes.
Organized files, developed spreadsheets, faxed reports and scanned documents.
Managed the day-to-day calendar for the Engineer Department.
Made copies, sent faxes and handled most of the department's all incoming and outgoing correspondence.
Properly routed quotation orders, purchase orders, contracts and invoices through the signature process.
Medical AssistantJan 1993 to Jan 1996 Wilmington Health Associates － Wilmington, NC
Chart patient reports.
Assist doctors as needed.
Nurse AssistantJan 1989 to Jan 1993 Cornelia Nixon Davis － Scotts Hill, NC
Private Duty Companion.
Prepared tables for Military Balls, parties etc.,.
Office Services Clerk
Wrote quotation and purchase order reports (Zim Material Management System) Managed Engineer Department schedules - Excel Overviewed and logged expense vouchers into the system - Excel Ordered books and manuals for Project Managers and Engineers Controlled Engineer Department hard and soft document files Tracked and distributed incoming and outgoing packages Edit and revised specifications - MS Word.
Multi-line switchboard operator/receptionist
Trained a few co-worker in Zim Material Management System.
Setup project meetings.
Pursued a Degree in Medical Administrative Office Assistant1989Cape Fear Community College
Certified Nurse Aide1988Cape Fear Community College
1987John T Hoggard High School Graduate
Administrative, Caregiver, Client, clients, Edit, Engineer, filing, General office duties, meetings, Excel, money, Office, MS Word, Assist patients, switchboard, tables, telephone, Triage patients