Construction Specialties

  • Administrative Assistant (IT Department)

    Location US-NJ-Lebanon
    # Positions
  • Overview

    Construction Specialties (CS) draws upon its almost 70 years of extensive expertise to design and manufacture custom, high-quality products that solve complex building challenges around the world.
    Construction Specialties is currently seeking an Adminstrative Assistant to provide administrative support and customer service duties to the CIO and IT Department with a focus on project coordination and administration.


    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions, including but not necessarily limited to the following:
    General administrative duties- answering phone calls, file maintenance, purchasing, creating, modifying, and assisting in the development of presentation media
    Generate emails, letters and reports as needed, including expense reports
    Support and correspond with members of department and supervisor
    Creates and modifies documents using Microsoft Office PowerPoint, Word, Visio, Excel
    Coordinates department calendar, meetings, and travel as needed
    Attend department meetings, and track & organize notes & priorities 
    Assume additional related responsibilities as required


    Organizational Skills
    Microsoft Office Suite of Applications
    Detail Oriented
    Time management skills
    Customer Service focused
    Communication skills
    Ability to handle Discreet with confidential information
    Microsoft Office Word, Power point, Visio and Excel
    3-5 years; sales office or construction industry experience preferred
    Associates Degree, bachelor’s preferred


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