Duties of an Administrative Officer?

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The duties of an administration officer include providing a variety of management services essential to the directions and operation of the organizations. He acts as a leader, director, a motivator and a mentor to administrative staff to maximize output. He should also be supportive to all his subordinate staff. He also ensures timely completion of accurate financial statements.
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