This is a really boring post where I tell you all about my job. I figure I talk about it on here enough, I should explain it.
I provide adminsitrative support for a engineering division (roughly 100 people) in a massive international manufacturing corporation.
But I think "administrative support" tends to be misleading. I prefer to say "everything but the actual engineering".
Because that's what I do. I...
... coordinate, track, & manage the division's multi-million dollar budget
... design, create, & maintain the division website
... provide systems & software support for the entire division
... serve as liaison between the division & our travel agency for all travel-related issues, problems, etc.
... handle all facilities-related issues for the division
... create & maintain all reports related to employees' training & development
... lead the Diversity Communication team
... am a contributing member to four other Diversity teams
... lead coordination of all division events
... coordinate new hire assimilation into the division
and because they won't give me an assistant, I also...
... provide basic administrative support to 40 employees
four assistants provide this support to the remaining 60 employees. I have yet to figure out why it's so lopsided, or why they won't send an assistant over to my groups to help out
... provide executive support to 5 division heads (one Vice President, four General Managers)
and because he won't let me go even though I've been promoted twice & really shouldn't be doing it anymore, I also...
... provide executive support to one of the highest ranking executives in the company
Over eight years ago I was hired to do data entry & filing. Needless to say, my responsibilities have evolved somewhat thru the years. That may be a bit of an understatement.