Jobs in Tech 101
HR & Office Administration
Human resources and office administration professionals support the company’s goals with various HR initiatives, and are comfortable handling sensitive information. Their strong communication skills means they are able to communicate well with members from various departments in the organization. They have compassion for others and a willingness to listen to others’ problems, and their high emotional intelligence allows them to resolve conflict. They are able to present a positive company image to potential job candidates and anyone who visits.
Human resources managers plan, direct, and coordinate the administrative functions of an organization. They oversee the recruiting, interviewing, and hiring of new staff, consult with top executives on strategic planning, and serve as a link between an organization’s management and its employees.
Talent recruiters are tasked with identifying and pursuing candidates for potential job openings. They play a key role in filling important, hard-to-fill positions where competition for qualified candidates is strong.
Administrative assistants help with correspondence, keep records, make appointments, and carry out similar tasks. They may also assist with event planning, researching information for projects, and database entries.
Always check email first thing in the morning to see if any of today's meetings are rescheduled or have changed in any way
Get the conference room ready for today's investor meeting by creating agendas and preparing AV and technical set up
Book flight and hotel travel for our CEO's trip to meet our first overseas customer!
During lunch, check the stock of our supplies in our kitchen and order new drinks, snacks and logo napkins
Make new nameplates for our new staff arriving this week and schedule their onboarding meetings with our CEO
Prepare and email out the briefing notes for our board meeting, then check in with our CEO before the end of the day
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Some jobs require a bachelor’s degree in human resources, business administration, or a related field, but some require only a high-school diploma.
Product development professionals love building products, automating inefficiencies, and solving problems.
Data scientist professionals enjoy extensive thinking about data and abstract problems.
Designers are passionate about crafting beautiful, functional user experiences.
IT and cybersecurity professionals build and maintain the security of complex computer networks and databases.
Customer success professionals enjoy building relationships, and take pride in being the voice of the customer.
Support professionals have respect for all clients and team members, and enjoy engaging with people via phone and email to help them solve problems.
Sales professionals have a will to win and a knack for influencing and building relationships with people.
Marketing professionals crafting communications or experiences that inspire, inform, and influence people.
Finance managers have a passion for working with financial data and interpreting how a business makes money.
HR & office administration professionals have a passion for making sure the workplace is functional, comfortable, and efficient.