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secretary

 [sek´rĕ-tar″e]
a person employed to do clerical work such as handling of correspondence, keeping of files, and similar duties.
unit secretary ward clerk.
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Whether by design or neglect, they frequently utilize administrative assistants in narrowly defined roles that are programmed for a limited set of mundane tasks, such as word processing or arranging meetings and managing calendars.
To summarize: You need an effective manager to set up a training department, but once it is up and running, the administrative assistant is the most important person in the shop.
In July 2002, she was named executive administrative assistant to Superintendent Ron Miller while also assuming the duties of board secretary.
Andrews said the town's administrative assistant doesn't have time to send letters of appreciation to everyone who serves.
But my partner and I are having a big argument about whether I should promote her to "executive administrative assistant" and give her a bonus.
Cotrufo, administrative assistant to the international vice president; Carl Dimengo, assistant research director; and representatives Darwin Bixler, Chester J.
Hammer's professional experience includes working as an Administrative Assistant at Ziff Associates in Rhode Island, where she was responsible for numerous duties including bookkeeping, data validation, maintaining an accurate database and handling the company's filing system.
To eliminate some of the deficit, the school department is proposing reducing an administrative assistant and a secretarial position to part time and reducing an administrative assistant position from full year to the school year.
Krista Reinking has been named assistant coach, Erin Entwistle will serve as director of basketball operations and Joan Wonsley was appointed administrative assistant. The trio of Reinking, Entwistle and Wonsley join assistant coaches Patrick Harrington and Doshia Woods to help Wagner in her inaugural season at the helm of the Beavers.
Nathalie Brunell joined the firm as an audit manager, and Melba Matthews was hired as an administrative assistant.

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