Office Management is responsible for developing and implementing new administration systems, such as record management, and for reviewing and updating health and safety policies. He or she is likely to have a team of staff. They often manage, for example, the reception area, mail room and security personnel.
Their role includes recruitment, training and induction of new staff and ensuring adequate cover at all times, using agencies for temporary staff when needed. Managing the booking of meeting rooms and availability of audio-visual equipment is also among their duties (office management).
They may also have to write reports for senior management and deliver presentations on office efficiency. The office management career path, including the professional training and formal education scaffolding this track, has a narrow focus juxtaposed to business management.
Possible Job Opportunities.
- Multi National Companies
- Corporate Sector
- F.M.C.G- Fast Moving Consumer Goods
- Health Care
- Advertising & Events
- Business & Service
- Banking Sector
- Information Technology (IT)
- B.P.O. (Business Process Outsource)