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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Travel Trade Organization Secretary

SUMMARY:   Exceptionally proficient, energetic and cheerful Travel Trade Organization Secretary with over four years experience providing routine clerical and secretarial assistance, including appointments, correspondence, and filing.

Summary of Qualifications
  • Uncommon ability to use electronic typewriter, personal computer, word processing and data processing programs, copier, transcriber, ten-key adding machine, GTE feature phone, and related office equipment.
  • Immense knowledgeable in spelling, punctuation and formulation of correspondence.
  • Sound knowledge of modern office practices and procedures.
  • Strong knowledge of office management and procuring procedures.
  • Exceptional knowledge of various pieces of office equipment and some specialized equipment after training.
  • In-depth ability to sit continuously at a computer terminal or receptionist station for periods of two hours.
  • Uncommon ability to operate standard office equipment including copier, computer, fax machine, etc., to operate radio communications equipment.
  • Solid ability to reach into file drawers in standard two-drawer and wall mounted lateral files.
  • Great visual ability sufficient to effectively operate office equipment as described above, to read and write reports, correspondence and instructions.
  • Exceptional hearing and speaking ability sufficient to hold conversation with other individuals both in person and over the telephone or radio.
  • Proven ability to accurately type 50 words per minute.
  • Excellent knowledge of spelling, punctuation, and composition of correspondence.

Professional Experience

Minneapolis Travel and Tourism Commission, Minneapolis
2002 - Present

Secretary
  • Relieve the manager of details, which do not require their personal attention by the use of discretion, tact and a comprehensive knowledge of department procedures and policies.
  • Use computer applications such as spreadsheets, work processing, calendar, e-mail and database software in performing work assignments.
  • Receive and handle inquiries, complaints and requests concerning department/division activities.
  • Receive callers, ascertain their business and answer their questions or refer them to the proper person/division.
  • Take and transcribe important and confidential dictation.
  • Take stenographic notes of meetings and hearings, and prepare the minutes.
  • Utilize a full range of skill in the operation of computer software applications to perform a variety of complex typing and clerical tasks.
  • Arrange appointments and meetings, and prepare materials for them.
  • Compile or research data and prepare reports.
  • Perform internal administrative tasks such as personnel interviewing, the processing of personnel and payroll records and forms, departmental budget preparation and control, and the requisitioning of office supplies.
  • As delegated, relay directives to subordinate personnel and follow up on their completion.
  • Open and screen mail, and answer it independently or route it with background material as necessary.
  • Handle other correspondence independently, as delegated or from brief direction.

Education

Associate Degree in Secretariat Studies
University of New York (2002)




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