As General Assistant, you will be responsible for providing support for your company business and staff members. Main tasks will include answering phones and e-mails, administrative duties, small projects management, scheduling and organizing meetings and appointments.
No formal degree is required but 1 or 2 years of administrative assistant experience will be more than welcome. Nevertheless, excellent time management and organizational skills are an asset, together with a professional aptitude and great communication and negotiation skills.
General Assistant Cover Letter
21 Any Street
Dear HR / Recruitment Manager,
Application for the vacancy of General Assistant.
I am presenting my CV for the position advertised in (where the job was found). I think that thanks to my personal attitude and background I could be the perfect fit for this position.
Over the past years I have worked at XXXX, where I was responsible for administering the office workplace (document and reports maintenance, answer phone and e-mails,..) and I have been also point of contact for company clients. In the past, I have also provided support to the General Manager in scheduling meetings, travels and appointments.
I possess excellent knowledge and practice of Office Suite (Word, Excel, Power Point), together with many other programmes as highlighted in the enclosed resume. I am a fast learner and I am able to pick up new procedures and programmes in few days.
I speak fluently XXXX and I can work flexible hours, part-time or full-time.
I am available for interview at a time convenient for yourselves, and I would be pleased to attend for interview at your convenience to allow me to discuss my experience and qualities further. My full contact details can be found on my CV.
Many thanks for your time, and I hope to hear from you in the near future.