Offfice Adminiytrative

Pam Marra

3009 Rivercross Drive, Raleigh, NC 27614

724-316-5353 w


  • Proficient in Microsoft Windows, Word, Outlook,
    Excel and Word Perfect, for use in word processing, spreadsheet development and
    preparing internal/external correspondence and reports
  • Typing speed: 80 wpm; Data entry: 13044 kph
  • Experienced in administrative/clerical work,
    with knowledge of standard office practices, procedures and equipment,
    including fax machine, copier and multi-line phone system
  • Excellent customer-service and professional
    phone skills
  • Goal-oriented, experienced in managing multiple
    tasks and meeting deadlines
  • Effective communicator with solid interpersonal
    skills and team-player attitude
  • Exceptional proofreading and editing skills;
    extremely detail-oriented



Administrative Assistant (contract worker)

Aug 2010--Jan 2012

Moses Cone Hospital
Marketing Dept.

Greensboro, NC

Assisted with organization, follow-through and
completion of specific marketing projects, including the Womens Only 5K Run and
the 20th anniversary celebration of The Women's Hospital of Greensboro·
Duties included handling correspondence,
updating and maintaining files through Microsoft Office programs, including
Outlook and Excel, as well as working with various databases·
Helped with mass mailings and mail merges for
the events, which required great attention to detail, prioritizing and
organizing multiple tasks, working under deadlines and tracking progress

Administrative Assistant (contract worker)

July 2009-July 2010

Verizon Wireless

Cranberry Township, PA

Administrative support to high levels of
management, which included maintaining calendars, scheduling meetings, updating
reports and arranging travel
Provided support for meetings and presentations,
prepared and typed correspondence, reports, memos, documentation and related
material as requested, worked on special projects and presentations, monitored
deadlines and initiated follow-up actions
Multi-tasking and prioritization skills were an
essential part of the position, as was maintaining confidentiality of highly
sensitive matters related to the function

Administrative Assistant (contract worker)

January 2008-June 2009

JEMS, Inc.

Cranberry Township, PA

Provided administrative/clerical support for
various departments, including answering high-volume phone system; managing
walk-in clients, scheduling appointments and coordinating meetings
Offered exceptional customer service, including
greeting and directing clients and assisting visitors; entrusted to process
confidential client information and documentation
Performed data entry, typing and word
processing, as well as copying, faxing and file maintenance; composed, typed
and edited documents through use of appropriate software applications; used
database systems to enter information into specific programs


November 2006-January 2008

Berne, Indiana

Town Square Magazine

Developed material for a bi-monthly magazine,
wrote features, edited all content, typed correspondence, composed
e-newsletters, prepared mailings
Required working with the public, scheduling
interviews, arranging appointments and making phone calls

Lifestyles Editor
December 2002-June 2004

Fairmont, WV

The Times West Virginian

Organized content, developed feature stories;
copyediting and proofreading were required
Position involved interaction with the public
for face-to-face and/or phone interviews; coordinating schedules with
photographers and daily computer work

Editor February 1991-December 2002

Clarksburg, WV


Produced four themed cover sections each week;
wrote feature stories, edited copy, designed pages. Worked with photographers
and coordinated story assignments with correspondents

  • ID#: 68204
  • Location: Raleigh, NC , 27614

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