The junior assistant will be assigned regular office tasks, including dispatching, typing, recording and indexing files, preparing statements, file registering, and more. Junior Assistants will occasionally need to do additional duties assigned to them by superiors. Junior assistants may sometimes be hired as junior administrative or account assistants. In these instances, the nature of their work may vary depending on the department for which they are recruited.
Junior assistants should be able to communicate well because they will be collaborating with the organization's other staff members. They should also be capable of picking things up more quickly because many employees will entrust them with various tasks throughout a single day. A candidate will be more qualified for the position of a junior assistant if they can multitask.
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