|Date||Job Title||Location||Job Type|
|2014-08-27||Lease Administrator||Chicago, IL||Contract|
|2014-08-26||Executive Assistant||Chicago, IL||Contract to hire|
|2014-08-22||Human Resource Generalist||Contract to hire|
|2014-08-20||Assistant Office Services Manager||Full Time|
|2014-08-20||Project Coordinator||Chicago, IL||Contract to hire|
|2014-08-20||Legal Assistant||Rockville, MD||Contract to hire|
|2014-08-19||Receptionist/Administrative Assistant||Chicago, IL||Contract to hire|
|2014-08-19||Legal Secretary – IP||Chicago, IL||Full Time|
|2014-08-15||Administrative/Production Assistant||New York, NY||Full Time|
|2014-08-12||IT Application Support Specialist||New York, NY||Unspecified|
|2014-08-12||Paralegal||Chicago, IL||Full Time|
|2014-08-11||Administrative and Marketing Assistant||St. Louis, MO||Full Time|
|2014-08-08||Administrative Assistant||Chicago||Contract to hire|
|2014-08-08||Executive Assistant||Chicago, IL||Full Time|
|2014-08-08||Sales Assistant||New York, NY||Full Time|
Few companies can function without administrative support. That may be why the demand for office and administrative support jobs is expected to increase by 10 percent by 2020, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Let ICS help you on your way to a steady career in administrative services by finding you work with one of the country’s top companies.
In order to fulfill the increase in demand for administrative support jobs over the next decade, the workforce will require trained, dedicated administrative professionals. Most corporations do not require administrative assistants to have a college degree, though some formal education can be beneficial to landing a job over other candidates. Top companies look for employees with years of proven administrative experience, so building up your experience through administrative positions with less-demanding companies can be a good way to work your way up to an administrative position with a top executive in a top company.
Administrative support salaries vary by company and location. Jobs in larger cities and jobs with well-known corporations tend to pay more than jobs in smaller cities with lesser-known companies. The Bureau of Labor Statistics states the median pay for administrative assistants in the U.S. as $34,660 per year, or nearly $17/hour, as of 2010. The mean executive assistant wage, as of May 2011, is $48,120, or just over $23/hour.
ICS posts new administrative support jobs every day, so if you’re looking for a way in to some of the top administrative positions in the country, let one of the fastest rising job placement agencies in the country give you a helping hand.
ICS regularly staffs the following administrative support positions: