Freelancer Matthew Dodson
$ 30

Administrative Assistant Matthew Dodson, Business, Accounting, Human Resources & Legal

Matthew Dodson
United States, New York
Joined Jul 15, 2020

About Matthew

My experience ranges from straightforward administrative support to complex operational management. Similarly, I have worked in a diverse set of work environments including hospitality, education and transportation. My skill set include all forms of computer work, organization, and customer service. What makes me a uniquely good fit for your gro...Expand

About freelancer

Matthew Dodson
Joined Jul 2020
Last seen
7 months ago
DELTA AIR LINES 2008 - Present Department Manager – Jamaica, NY - Supported corporate performance and financial goals with teams of increasing complexity, including St. Louis, Maui, Kaua’i, Hawai’i Island, Milwaukee and New York (JFK) - Liaison with external partners including TSA and CBP to manage synergistic performance goals - Provided administrative support in each location, including payroll, employee correspondence, and travel arrangements - Board of Directors, JFK Airport Chamber of Commerce WALT DISNEY WORLD RESORTS 2006 - 2008 Hospitality Manager – Lake Buena Vista, FL - Oversaw customer service for front-of-house operations - Supported VIP and dignitary guests while on site, including personal needs Banfield 2005 - 2006 Office Manager – Tulsa, OK - Oversaw reception, including all aspects of customer service, appointment scheduling, and in-clinic sales goals - Provided administrative support to 3 veterinarians and the Clinic Director Darden Restaurants 2003 - 2005 Service & Bar Manager – Oxford, AL and Hattiesburg, MS - Managed wait staff (including hiring, onboarding, and training), maintained bar inventory and regulatory licences, oversaw daily labor cost goals - Provided administrative support to the General Manager Jacksonville State University 2000 - 2003 Administrative Assistant – Jacksonville, AL - Supported the Department of Psychology Chair and 5 instructors, including correspondence, travel arrangements, and scheduling - Supported Music Programs administratively and as an instructor

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RESPONSIBILITIES Handling employment relations issues such as grievances and employee welfare. Leading the recruitment process, including selection and interviewing of candidates. Collaborating with other managers in the business, sometimes internationally, to ensure the smooth running of the company from a people perspective. Partnering with senior operational staff including the HR director, to establish and roll-out people-related strategy. Overseeing staff attendance and absence monitoring. Providing detailed HR reports to senior management teams. Administration of employee-related paperwork, such as employment contracts, new starter packs, or formal notices of termination. Leading new starter company inductions. Managing talent pools and succession plans to ensure the company can continue to operate in the future. Overseeing training and development of employees. Administering financial elements such as payroll, compensation and benefits, and pension schemes. Handling highly confidential information in an honest and trustworthy way. “Responsibilities will vary depending on the organization and the size of the team. SKILLS HR manager skills are typically obtained from previous business and administration experience. As a general guide, recruiters will often look for: Strong computer literacy. Someone who is highly organised. Good administrative skills. Negotiation and influencing skills. Personal credibility; someone that others will trust with sensitive data and information. Courageousness, especially when standing up for what is right, not necessarily what is easy. Inquisitive, with an open mind. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines. Extensive knowledge of how a business works and an HR function operates. “You’ll really need to have great communication skills, and know how to speak to people and deliver messages in the right way, especially when it’s bad news”
Business, Accounting, Human Resources & Legal
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Employee Training
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