Virtual Assistant

Expected Salary:
Employment Type:
Part Time

Basic Information

Member Since
October, 2021
I did not graduate from high school
1 year

Top Skills


I have 1 year of experience as a VA in AURELCO. I had to work with my boss virtually and manage to work schedule and data encoding with consideration of the rules of the company. I also manage marketing tasks for ensuring to encode perfectly for the electric billing. As a non-expert in the virtual assistance world with just a year of experience in electricity field, I am able to prepare written Submissions for Applications; Communicate with Officers at the offices when necessary and possible; Submit Applications to the appropriate Offices; Receive and respond to clients' queries within the legal framework; Forward clients and their queries to the consultant; Organizing and completing necessary documentation; Preparing checklist and filing all the required documents by clients; Maintain proper records of documents for future reference; Providing clients updated information about their cases; Ensure retainer and use of representative are duly signed and dated for each client; Provide support to the office in terms of copies, fax, e-mail responses, online status check or online application; Scheduling clients in different government and other offices related to their cases; Guide clients to the offices as per schedule; Provide support to co-workers' and CEO's daily routine works; Fill up client's application forms; Act as a back up staff for reception desk and perform the following: Answering phone calls and reporting; Addressing client's concerns; Cooperate and assist other staff when necessary; and I am willing to learn and expand my expertise.

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