Almost all businesses and professionals require a Secretary. The secretarial position is one of the key roles in an organisation that helps to make an office run smoothly and successfully. Therefore it is essential that a Secretary is qualified for that job and also has the ability to organise, co-ordinate several projects at once, be upto date with computers and office equipment, business management skills, train staff, plus possess personal qualities of tact, confidentiality, interpersonal skills, etc.

Now there is a new dimension added to the traditional role of an office secretary. Almost all the duties of a secretary can be done away from the office, by a Virtual Assistant. A Virtual Assistant can provide all the services of an office secretary – efficiently and professionally. All communication is by email, fax and telephone and onsite as well. Virtual Assistants have had training and industry experience sufficient enough to be operating their own business. VAs are constantly looking out for new technology and learning new skills. They are willing to help you, no matter how small or big a problem or task is.

Some typical examples of work performed by VAs:

Office Administrator for Associations
Personal Assistant
Conference assistance
Word Processing
Data Entry
Web page design
Transcriptions

I look forward to your comments and welcome any enquiries.
Regards
Mary

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About Mary Jordon

Professional and highly skilled Secretary, providing online help with typing. Assists clients in Australia and also USA and UK with formatting documents and transcription of audio recordings - research focus groups, academic, legal/medical. Skilled in Word Processing, Web applications, Transcriptions, Resumes, Writing letters and reports, formatting Manuals, PowerPoint Presentations, Newsletters, Blog management, Social Media management. Online Monday to Saturday xpressonline@bigpond.com.
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  1. Anonymous says:

    Great article!

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