at a office, a team of two, but we have regular meetings with sponsors, which is the main reason for hiring someone.
On days with clients:
take orders for coffee, get them at Starbucks, bring them back make sure each is labeled
this may be up to 10 coffees depending on # of reps
pick up our office supply orders from Staples, down the street
and that's basically it, this is not a receptionist position mind you
Maybe later if this person can do things well I will give bigger, more important tasks but I'd have to see how they work first.
Our siblings, DH's and Mine, Currently do this job, but I need a filler for when they go back to school.
What title can I give this position? Assistant, someone told me a runner, because their job is to do everything that requires labor, I'm unsure.
I will pay this person $10 hourly plus $2 bump after 3 months
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