Manages multiple administrative support functions for a major office, group or customer.
Independently perform a wide range of functions and tasks, which require vision, leadership, and proficiency in developing, explaining and supporting policy implementation. The skill of problem identification, analysis, and resolution is central to the effective conduct of their activities as is the ability to work from an Agency perspective.
Provides general or specialized administrative support to NGA offices and programs.
Develop pertinent information and provide to the Government POC for communication to varied audiences (e.g. NGA, DoD, IC, Federal Government, Congress, the media, the public, the international community, and private industry) by extracting and organizing information for briefings, read-ahead and other materials and/or recording and publishing Meeting Minutes with particular attention to detail and quality.
May provide other administrative duties listed (scheduling and coordinating meetings, calendars, and events; gathering, inputting, and retrieving electronic data; maintaining files and folders; researching and analyzing information and data to prepare reports, presentations, and papers; prepares routine correspondence in accordance with NGA standards
Prepares and distributes briefing and read-ahead materials
Maintaining office supplies, initiating equipment trouble tickets or replacement, and coordinating office moves), but would be less than 40% of their time.
Experience in taking instructions, meeting deadlines, and completing assignments or actions in accordance with established administrative processes and procedures.
General office administrative process, procedure, and PC software knowledge.
Comprehensive understanding of Microsoft Office Applications.
Basic understanding of Intelligence Community (IC) and Department of Defense desired.
2. Supervises assigned administrative staff, including non-exempt and exempt employees.
3. Oversees assigned operations to ensure efficient operation and adherence to relevant government regulations and company policies.
4. Establishes objectives and operating procedures in assigned functional areas.
5. Participates in special projects as required.
Bachelor's Degree in a related business discipline or the equivalent combination of education, professional training, or work experience.
8-10 years of related administrative and analytical experience, including supervisory experience.
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