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Reporting to the Regional Director, the PA coordinates and provides administrative support to the portfolio of buildings.
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Responsible for internal and external correspondence.
Coordinates meetings and takes minutes as required.
Provides administrative support to the managers (Expense reports, travel arrangements, filing, etc).
Assists in the preparation of letters, presentations, and spreadsheets as required.
Support for Regional Director and Operations Manager. Support/Lead for Property Admininstrators.
Coordinates time reporting of Team Members, vacation/sick leave requests, training records, emergency contact lists.
Manages local office requirements including office supplies, couriers, IT requests and other duties assigned by the Operations Manager.
Point of contact for HR issues for team members in the Portfolio. Assists with new team member orientation.
Responsible for ordering and distributing uniforms.
Organizes various events such as regular teaming sessions with clients, social activities, meetings, presentations and information sessions.
Raises purchase order requisitions as required.
Participates in the internal quarterly Communiqué.
Minimum 3 years’ related experience in administration.
Exceptional customer service and interpersonal skills.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Strong organizational, planning, and time management skills.
Experience working with multiple team members in various locations.
Able to work to deadline in a busy atmosphere and prioritize multiple tasks.
Experience working in Property Management environment is an asset.
Quickly adaptable to change.
Strong sense of confidentiality, tact and diplomacy.
Ability to obtain Federal Government Security Clearance.
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