An office employee is a person who is responsible for managing and coordinating the daily office work. The main duties include: providing support for applicants, receiving postal mail, archiving electronic documents, and writing office letters. Additional duties include: analysis of offers received by the company, searching and analyzing public orders, preparing specific public orders, monitoring and resolving disagreements.
Graduates may find employment in all business units looking for professionals for administrative positions. They can successfully perform following tasks: organizing conferences, meetings, trainings, maintaining office equipment, advertising and promotion office equipment, etc.
An office is a usual place of work. Performing work involves frequent contact with people. This position often applies the eight-hour work system. The employee has the opportunity to improve his or her professional skills.
- Good health.
- Good mobility and physical strength (work in constant motion).
- Good vision, hearing, perception, good memory.
- Emotional balance.
- Communication skills (ability to adapt to different situations related to service companies and contractors).
- Accept service type of work.
- Ability to think logically.
- Politeness, tact, and courtesy.
- Honesty, diligence, sense of duty and responsibility.
- Sense of organization and courage in decision-making (ability to work individually and in a team).
- A sense of aesthetics (concern for self-image in the workplace).
- Innovative attitude.
- Active desire to supplement the skills and knowledge.
- Skeleton and posture diseases.
- Neurological disorders, some mental illnesses.
The aim of the training is to gain knowledge of organization of office work and its overall functioning, practical skills and independence in office leadership including organizing the director’s office as well as record-keeping. The training program covers issues on organizing office work, managing the flow of information, practicing the principles of effective communication, organization and management, politeness, profession, legal issues, and finally using computer and office equipment. The program also provides training in foreign languages, both general as well as professional.
Profession included in the International Standard Classification of Occupations ISCO-88 classification structure (number 4110)