Office Assistants (also known as clerks) provide administrative support to a team of professionals. They assist with typing, filing, opening and distributing mail, photocopying, and faxing — plus distributing office correspondence (reports, letters, and brochures).
As an Office Assistant you’ll be expected to know everything about the office including the location of files. You could be asked to fix the photocopier, grab coffees and the occasional lunch order, or reformat a company document. You’ll sometimes be answering the phone and responding to front desk enquiries.
There are 15 courses available for people who want to become a Office Assistant.