Office Supervisor: Supervises and coordinates activities of one or more (but typically few) occupational groups, such as administrative and support, clerical, word processing, general office, office equipment operators, and others in department, plant, or branch office. Evaluates office production, updates procedures, or devises new forms to improve efficiency of workflow. Develops work schedules and assigns duties to operations personnel to ensure efficient operation of department or branch. Refers to Office Manager for larger office staffs and/or more varied office activities. Audits accounts, records of proof, and certifications to ensure compliance of workers with established standard procedures and practices. Compiles required and special reports on operating functions of department or branch. Establishes uniform correspondence procedures and style practices. Formulates procedures for systematic retention, protection, retrieval, transfer, and disposal of records. Interviews, selects, and hires new employees. Directs employee training to improve efficiency and ensure conformance with standard procedures and practices. Conducts staff meetings of operations personnel, or confers with subordinate personnel to discuss operational problems or explain procedural changes or practices. Prepares employee ratings and may conduct employee benefits and insurance programs. Reviews clerical and personnel records to ensure completeness, accuracy, and timeliness. May plan office layouts. May prepare organizational budget and monthly financial reports. May hire and train clerical staff. [-] Less
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