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Unites States, New York
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Unites States, New York
Unites States, New York
Unites States, New York
Unites States, New York
Unites States, New York
Unites States, New York
Unites States, New York

Amazon FBA Strategist

I am an experienced ecommerce professional with a strong track record of success in the Amazon marketplace. I have a deep understanding of the Amazon marketplace and the tools and strategies needed to be successful. My expertise includes optimizing product listings, managing campaigns, and driving sales growth. I have also developed a strong understanding of Amazon policies and procedures, which has enabled me to identify opportunities for success and quickly resolve issues. I am well-versed in Amazon analytics and reporting, and I am adept at leveraging Amazon’s data to make informed decisions. Additionally, I am highly organized and detail-oriented, which has enabled me to manage multiple projects and tasks simultaneously. With my experience and skills, I am confident that I can be a valuable asset to any Amazon ecommerce team.

Administrative Assistant III at CareSource

Administrative Assistant III


Full time


Job Summary:

The Administrative Assistant III is responsible for meeting the administrative needs of their executive and assigned organization within the company.

Essential Functions:

  • Compose and prepare advanced business presentation documents and spreadsheets
  • Assist with special projects, conduct research, compile data and maintain records
  • Compose correspondence related to administrative matters and general office policies for executive approval
  • Gather and prepare reports for consideration and approval by executive
  • Answer telephone calls, provide information, direct calls or take messages concerning matters related to the department
  • Schedule and maintain calendar of appointments and meetings. Make necessary arrangements such as securing meeting rooms and preparation of agendas
  • Anticipate and prepare materials needed for conferences, correspondence, appointments, meetings, telephone calls, etc.
  • Coordinate and secure travel arrangements for the executive and prepare itinerary
  • Coordinate and prepare expense reports
  • Attend meetings record minutes and prepare for distribution
  • Establish and file a variety of documents, records and reports
  • Maintain high-level knowledge of department activities
  • Prepare responses to correspondence containing routine inquiries
  • Perform any other job duties as requested

Education and Experience:

  • High school diploma is required
  • Associates degree in business or related field or equivalent years of work experience is preferred
  • Three to five (3 to 5) years of administrative is required

Competencies, Knowledge and Skills:

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite to include Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Visio and Adobe Professional
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and within a team environment
  • Effective listening and critical thinking skills
  • Effective problem solving skills with attention to detail
  • Strong knowledge of general office practice
  • Ability to balance multiple priorities and to work under tight deadlines while providing consistent and professional service
  • Ability to perform administrative and clerical duties with speed and accuracy without immediate and constant supervision
  • Accurate and efficient typing skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and high level of professionalism
  • Maintain complete confidentiality, possess a professional demeanor, and exercise discretion at all times

Licensure and Certification:

  • None

Working Conditions:

  • General office environment; may be required to sit or stand for extended periods of time
  • Flexibility to work overtime as needed, often with little notice

Organization Level Competencies

  • Leveraging Feedback
  • Customer Orientation
  • Valuing Differences
  • Managing Work
  • Earning Trust
  • Quality Orientation
  • Adaptability
  • Influencing
  • Collaborating

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a virtual assistant? 

Virtual assistants are independent contractors and remote workers who perform administrative jobs and tasks for clients while working away from the client's office. They perform similar tasks to traditional office assistants but from a remote location.

Daily activities and duties may include managing contact lists, preparing office reports, scheduling appointments, answering calls and emails, handling customers’ inquiries, optimizing websites, content writing and editing, and many other tasks depending on the employer’s characteristics and criteria.

How do I become a virtual assistant?

There are a few steps involved in becoming a virtual assistant. It also helps to have a certificate or degree in whatever field of service you'll be offering, although it's not necessary. Then, all you need is a fast internet connection, a business model, and some clients.

Finding your first few clients can be difficult, but freelancing websites are always littered with potential clients if you don't know anyone looking for a VA. 

What skills do you need to become a virtual assistant?

Rating a business or an individual’s qualities plays a vital role in their success. For this reason, every VA must have certain skills and requirements to get good reviews from clients. Some core skills include computer skills, communication, reliability, and time management.

Other required skills include teamwork, resourcefulness, proactivity, and a certain level of independence. Depending on the niche you offer, you'll also need certain professional skills like copywriting, WordPress, and graphic design. 

How do I find VA jobs?

Once you're set up as a VA, finding your first client and your first steady stream of jobs is often the most tasking part of the entire VA process. However, there are a few steps you can take to boost your chances of finding your first client: 

  • Search job postings and enquire about job openings from your network or friends.
  • Apply to a company looking to hire virtual assistants.
  • List yourself on a flexible jobs website.
  • Take a paid VA training course, most help their graduates find jobs upon the completion of their training services.
  • Create a website and advertise your services.

How do I apply for a virtual assistant job?

Once you find a client, convincing them you're the right VA for the job is a different ball game. While applying for a VA job, the key is to convince your potential client you know your stuff. Your cover letter should tell them why they should pick you and provide your credentials, prior experience, certificates, recommendations, and anything else that is of consequence. 

Next, you should highlight your soft skills like communication, organization, and reliability. Attach a portfolio of your previous work samples, and you stand a good chance of getting hired. 

Some of the best virtual assistant jobs are available with traditional employers with a solid human resources department. If going for one of these, opt for an equal opportunity employer that wouldn’t discriminate against a prospective employee based on age, disability, race, color, religion, national origin, gender, or veteran status.

How much money can you make as a virtual assistant?

As a VA, there is no income limit. A successful VA can earn exorbitant amounts of money, so there isn't a set income or salary cap. However, research has shown that the average successful VA earns about $73,000 annually.

That number drops to approximately $57,000 annually for average-income VAs and $28,000 annually for low-income VA businesses. Therefore, if you’ve been wondering whether virtual assistant jobs pay well, then rest assured, you’d receive hefty paychecks in this line of work.