17255 Pilkington Rd Lake Oswego, OR 970355354 US
OPTI STAFFING GROUP IS HIRING!
Opening: Administrative Assistant
City: SW Lake Oswego, OR
Pay: $18-20/hr DOE!
Monday – Friday 8am-5pm
Who We Are:
Local 3rd generation family-owned Construction company. Established 64 years ago, this company specializes in disaster restoration, as well as home/business remodels.
What You’ll Do:
As the front office point of contact, you will handle all the administrative duties, including, but not limited to answering phones; creating files for each construction job; invoicing for sub-contractors; data entry; some AP/AR; construction scheduling. This position requires someone with common sense, the ability to diffuse situations, works well independently and does not mind working around construction workers.
What’s In It for You:
Working in a small office environment with a fun group of people!
Monday through Friday, 8am-5pm!
Opportunity for growth within the company!
Casual dress code: jeans, business casual, tops provided by company if desired!
Holiday & summer parties, Xmas Eve off and Volunteer opportunities!
Benefits covered at 82% by company (Dental paid at 100%), sick leave/PTO after 6 months, Aflac policy, Life Insurance policy, company cell phone!
Pay is $18-20 per hour!
What You Need to Have:
Take direction well
Excellent problem-solving skills
An upbeat, outgoing personality
Data entry skills
Construction industry experience
Submit your resume or call Blake at 971-246-8423 or Mia at 971-246-8428 to schedule a time to chat!
Meet Your Recruiter
I find it very difficult to talk about myself, so I’ll start just start listing off some things I do in my free time. I am an obsessive football fan (soccer), I could probably name every team in Europe. I’m a thrill-seeking junkie, whether it be skydiving, snowboarding, or just unexpectedly having to meet new people. I’m always trying to put myself in uncomfortable situations because I find happiness in knowing the unknown. This is what I love about working for Opti, I’m always guaranteed to feel my highest highs and my lowest lows. I thrive living with the uncertainty that things aren’t always guaranteed to work out. But what I’ve learned is I have full control over my own destiny depending on the work I put in and I’m a tireless worker. I know how difficult it is to take that next step in your career path. You’ll worry about will my new coworkers like me, will my new manager work well with me, and is there a clear path for advancement. There’s no shortage of things to worry about when finding a new job and I’m here to mitigate those worries.