SFL-TAP Secretary I - Fort Rileył KS

Job Description:
The SFL-TAP (formerly ACAP) Secretary I carries out recurring office procedures independently, selects the guideline or reference that fits the specific case.
The supervisor provides specific instructions on new assignments and checks completed with accuracy.
The position performs varied duties including:
-- Respond to routine telephone requests that require standard answers; refer calls and visitors to appropriate staff.
Control and assure timely staff response, and send form letters-- As instructed, maintain supervisor's calendar, make appointments, and arrange for meeting rooms-- Review materials prepared for supervisor's approval for typographical accuracy and proper format-- Maintain recurring internal reports, such as time and leave records, office equipment listings, correspondence controls, and training plans-- Requisition supplies, printing, maintenance or other services, type, take and transcribe dictation, and create and maintain office files.
Work is generally performed in a normal office environment where there is minimal exposure to unpleasant and/or hazardous working conditions.
Job assignments may require working at client site where working conditions may vary.
Travel may be required.
Required Skills and
-- Requires High School Diploma or equivalent-- Must have two years' related experience and be familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures in this field-- Applicants must successfully undergo a background investigation (National Agency Check).
-- This position supports a U.
Government Contract whose terms require Serco to staff it only with U.
Citizens-- Military Veterans and Spouses encouraged to applyEmployment Type:
Full time

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