Choose your pathway: Administrative Services Manager
Did you know that people in business administration and organizational leadership roles report job satisfaction rates above 60%? (Poets and Quants, 2015) Our online MBA with a Leadership and Organizational Change concentration or our General Management concentration can help you develop the right skills, mindset, and credentials to pursue your role as an administrative services manager.
What do administrative services managers do?
Administrative services managers tackle a wide range of responsibilities within an organization. They plan, direct, and coordinate supportive services, maintain facilities, and supervise record-keeping and information management. Because their duties are multidisciplinary, administrative services managers’ responsibilities vary from company to company.
The main goal of an administrative services manager is to increase employee productivity and satisfaction, and to maintain an efficient, orderly facility. They may also manage contracts and ensure their organization follows government regulations and safety standards.
What is the career outlook for administrative services managers?
With a projected growth rate of 8% from 2014 to 2024, about as fast as the average occupation, administrative services managers can expect a stable job market in the upcoming years. The steady demand for these professionals stems from a need to improve building infrastructure and increase the efficiency of administrative services through new “smart building” technologies and technological advancements in information management.
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