Chief Administrative Officer Job Description
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Main Responsibilities of Chief Administrative Officer:
- Provide input in strategic business planning
- Set goals for individual Managers as well as for departments
- Collaborate with colleagues for implementing policies and developing improvements
We are hiring a qualified Chief Administrative Officer for managing our daily administrative operations.
What does a Chief Administrative Officer do?
A Chief Administrative Officer ensures all business operations run smoothly in accordance with the company’s vision and established policies. A Chief Administrative Officer reports directly to the CEO and is the part of a company’s top executive team.
In order to succeed in this role, you must have the ability to add a strategic vision to all day-to-day activities while also keeping all things in order. In addition to that, you must be a natural and highly efficient leader.
So, if you like to work in a fast-paced environment and qualify our requirements, we would like to hear from you.
- Providing input in strategic business planning
- Setting goals for individual Managers as well as for departments
- Collaborating with colleagues for implementing policies and developing improvements
- Assisting in all assigned tasks such as fundraising
- Assuming responsibility for reporting to regulatory agencies and senior management on a regular basis
- Resolving issues and problems as soon as they arise
- Providing guidance to lower staff and also evaluating their performance
- Overseeing budgeting and resource allocation operations
- Organizing as well as coordinating intradepartmental and interdepartmental operations
- At least a Master’s degree in Business Administration or a relevant field
- Prior experience as a Chief Administrative Officer
- Prior experience in performance and operations management
- Sound knowledge of budgeting, reporting, and fiscal planning
- Sound knowledge of all relevant laws/regulations such as SEC
- Experience with databases and MS Office, especially MS Excel
- Exceptional analytical and interpersonal skills
- Excellent problem-solving and decision-making skills
- Strong verbal as well as written communication skills
- Exceptional leadership and organizational skills