Office Administrator

Hill-Rom Cary , NC 27518

Posted 2 weeks ago

  • Maintain office supplies and equipment while managing the designated budget. Proactively bring forth ideas for cost reduction, including Green initiatives and conservation throughout the office.

  • Interface with internal teams including but not limited to IT, purchasing and corporate facilities.

  • Serve as main point of contact for vendors such as building/landlord, janitorial, safety/emergency, and other facility maintenance services.

  • Manage meeting/conference rooms. Assist with set-up, AV needs/upgrades and catering set-up/breakdown.

  • Oversee Customer Experience Center in conjunction with on-site customer and internal visits.

  • Provide event management and coordination support. This includes but is not limited to town halls, ELT visits, functional meetings, and specialty group events.

  • Develop standard selections for vendors and caterers.

  • Manage the site workspace and office plan. Oversee the seat planning chart and ensure moves, adds and changes to the occupants and/or furniture are approved and implemented.

  • Partner with site leadership team to accommodate an upcoming office renovation including scheduling, liaison with the staff and coordinating work space moves.

  • Define and implement the overall safety plan for the facility and lead the Cary safety committee.

  • Provide administrative support for cross functional leaders in Cary, NC. This support may include but is not limited to processing expense reports and invoices, catering, and making travel arrangements.

  • Other duties as assigned.

  • Demonstrate a professional demeanor with strong interpersonal and problem-solving skills, with a focus on details.

  • Good office skills, good organization skills, and excellent communications skills, both oral and written.

  • Skilled in Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.

  • Knowledge of office management and business principles.

  • Efficient and capable of working on own initiative in carrying out day-to-day tasks with limited need for supervision.

  • Skilled at multi-tasking and able to coordinate a variety of tasks with varying degrees of complexity.

  • Demonstrated expertise in influencing, facilitating and driving change in an office environment.

  • High school diploma or GED. Associate degree from an accredited college or university preferred.

  • 6 years office management experience.

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