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Include These Office Assistant Skills
- Computer literacy and fast typing
- Problem solving orientation
- Customer focus and strong communication skills
- Reliability and attention to details
- Time management and deadline orientation
- Telephone skills
A cover letter for Office Assistant mentioning a similar skill set is available below.
Dear Mr. Lee:
Upon learning of your posting for an Office Assistant, I hastened to submit my resume for your review. As an experienced and organized professional with exceptional interpersonal and organizational abilities, I am prepared to significantly contribute to your company’s goals and objectives.
My expertise lies in performing a full range of administrative operations and driving office efficiency within detail-oriented, deadline-driven environments. Bookkeeping, correspondence, reports, calendar maintenance, meetings, and special event coordination are just a few of the areas in which I excel. With my key ability to prioritize tasks and collaborate with peers and management teams, I stand fully prepared to offer an exceptional level of office support service to your team at Lee & Sons.
Highlights of my experience include:
Performing a variety of administrative operations, including schedule management, report generation, accounts payable/receivable, and general reception.
Achieving business-development efforts while suggesting and implementing effective processes and procedures for maximum efficiency and productivity.
Demonstrating solid time management and organizational skills, Microsoft Office proficiency, and effective customer service strategies.
My skills in office organization and general administration have been finely honed, and I am confident my additional strengths will readily translate to your environment. The chance to offer more insight into my qualifications would be most welcome. Thank you for your consideration; I look forward to speaking with you soon.
Elizabeth C. Madera