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Administrative Assistant

Company: Optimize Manpower Solutions, Inc.
Location: Syracuse
Posted on: May 16, 2022

Job Description:

Job Description Duration: 1 month (could go longer) Shift: 9AM - 5PMMonday-Friday. (35 hours per week) Description We are looking for an admin for a 1-month assignment (with the potential for longer) at 35 hours/week. This particular project has a lot of historical data that needs to be scanned and saved and we need someone dedicated to work with the project lead on this. We are looking for someone with the below qualifications: Scan, rename files One-Drive Word Excel Adobe (combining files) Uploading to SharePoint Someone who can work independently, can make suggestions, knowledgeable in today---s technology, and 3 years--- experience. Company Description About our Company: - Optimize Manpower Solutions, Inc. is the fastest growing staffing company in North America and the only firm of its kind specialized in all type of staffing services. Optimize Manpower Solutions, Inc. with its Headquarters in Newark, DE with presence in 30 states of the Nation. Optimize Manpower Solutions, Inc. has over 50 Information Technology & General Staffing Services contracts in place with numerous United States Government and Private sector Agencies. We help organizations, identify, recruit and select the best talent for either contract or permanent positions. Through effective specifically targeted supplemental staffing services, we help organizations derive more value from their investment and better equip them for the competitive business environment of tomorrow. For more details check us out at

Keywords: Optimize Manpower Solutions, Inc., Syracuse , Administrative Assistant, Administration, Clerical , Syracuse, New York

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