Career as an Administrative Service Manager
Administrative Service Managers supervise and direct organizational supported services necessary for efficient operation. This may include coordinating and centralizing the operations of several departments, like combining distribution, information, and mail services. Administrative services managers plan, direct, and coordinate supportive services of an organization. In a small organization, they may direct all support services and may be called the business office manager. Large organizations may have several layers of administrative managers who specialize in different areas. They have a variety of responsibilities and supervise the supply, personal property procurement, recycling and disposal, secretarial and reception services, energy consumption, administration, parking, security, payroll, information and data processing, mail, telecommunications management, conference planning and travel, records management, scheduling, distribution, printing, and production. Administrative service managers working as facility managers, supervise employees as well as design, plan, and manage buildings, supplies, grounds, and equipment. The duties of an Administration Service Manager typically include buying, storing, and distributing supplies. They would supervise administrative and clerical personnel and set goals and deadlines for their department.