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Administrative Assistant

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Manpower Group San Bernardino , CA 92401

Posted 3 months ago

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Job Title: Administrative Assistant opening in SAN BERNARDINO, CA - interviews now!

Company: ManpowerGroup Solutions

General office duties may include word processing, data entry, auditing documents, answering phones, distributing mail, maintaining calendars, making travel arrangements, reserving conference rooms, coordinating meetings and other duties as assigned.

  • Mon
  • Fri: 10:00am

  • 4:00pm

  • Competitive pay: $19.35/hour

  • Part Time

  • 3 months assignment
  • Job Location: 1457 E. VICTORIA SAN BERNARDINO CA 92408

ManpowerGroup is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

ManpowerGroup is committed to providing equal employment opportunities in a professional, high quality work environment. It is the policy of ManpowerGroup and all of its subsidiaries to recruit, train, promote, transfer, pay and take all employment actions without regard to an employee's race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable law.


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