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ABUS Mobile Security, Inc. North America is looking for a FT Office Manager in our Chicago office. This is a challenging position for the right person with a fast growing company. Industry experience preferred, passion absolutely required, hard work guaranteed. This is a salaried position with benefits. Contact sales@abus.com now with your cover letter, resume/CV and 3+ professional references!

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Oh! they have a Chicago office. Cool. I was all like, why is a German company buying an ad on the mighty Chainlink?

You may have noticed more and more bike shops in Chicago are carrying Abus locks. They are excellent locks. I use the Abus Bordo Granit X-Plus lock on my WorkCycles Fr8 (a Dutch bike). 

Tony Adams 6.6 mi said:

Oh! they have a Chicago office. Cool. I was all like, why is a German company buying an ad on the mighty Chainlink?

What does an FT office manager do? Or am I not qualified if I have to ask? :-P

I love my Abus Bordo lock.

Steven Vance said:

You may have noticed more and more bike shops in Chicago are carrying Abus locks. They are excellent locks. I use the Abus Bordo Granit X-Plus lock on my WorkCycles Fr8 (a Dutch bike). 

Tony Adams 6.6 mi said:

Oh! they have a Chicago office. Cool. I was all like, why is a German company buying an ad on the mighty Chainlink?

What is a CV? I have worked in the printing (graphic arts) industry full time since 1973 and I have no references because computers all but put print shops out of business. We don't need Rand McNally to print maps because we have GPS. We don't need Cunio or RR Donnelly to print department store catalogs because we have the internet, however, they still print phone books. We don't need junk mail houses either because we have electronic spam which hurts the Post Office. We don't need the small shops either because we can make letterheads and business cards on our PC printers. The printing industry is religated to packaging, labeling and newspapers and newspapers are on the way out. What a waste of an art form. Who remembers I.S. Berlin Press along the Kennedy? Chicago was the printing capital of the world and most shops were on "Printers Row."

CV = curriculum vitae, or a Euro/academic version of the résumé.

My question is, I wonder what the salary range is...? Searched their website for more info - that was interesting. Looks like a big company. 


Douglas Iverson said:

What is a CV? 
Full Time office manager.
Acitivities will vary from job to job, but can include most activities typically done in an ofice: mail, order entry, invoicing, answering the phone, etc. Most sucessful candidates rely more on attitude and aptitude than specific skils.

Jennifer on the lake said:

What does an FT office manager do? Or am I not qualified if I have to ask? :-P

It can vary quite a bit, depending on the size and structure of the office.  What you're describing is one version of an office manager position, where there is a separate financial manager position of some sort. 

Another version is highly dependent on skills such as basic bookkeeping, managing office supply inventory and ordering, handling service contracts (copier, etc.), payroll/payroll taxes, etc.

Duppie 13.5185km said:

Full Time office manager.
Acitivities will vary from job to job, but can include most activities typically done in an ofice: mail, order entry, invoicing, answering the phone, etc. Most sucessful candidates rely more on attitude and aptitude than specific skils.

Jennifer on the lake said:

What does an FT office manager do? Or am I not qualified if I have to ask? :-P

Just a wild guess-- upper 20s to mid 30s?

Sarah D. said:

CV = curriculum vitae, or a Euro/academic version of the résumé.

My question is, I wonder what the salary range is...? Searched their website for more info - that was interesting. Looks like a big company. 


Douglas Iverson said:

What is a CV? 

It depends if you're managing the office yourself or are managing the people that manage a larger office.  Any kind of office management's always going to have a lot of variety, always be busy and often be stressful.  But if you really have a knack for organization and passion for personal service service it can be very satisfying.

That salary might be right for the "glorified receptionist" end of the skill/duty range.  Since the description doesn't talk about specific skills, that may be what it is.

h' 1.0 said:

Just a wild guess-- upper 20s to mid 30s?

Sarah D. said:

CV = curriculum vitae, or a Euro/academic version of the résumé.

My question is, I wonder what the salary range is...? Searched their website for more info - that was interesting. Looks like a big company. 


Douglas Iverson said:

What is a CV? 

OK... where else is the job posted? I don't feel like whoring myself out to Facebook just yet. Seems like everyone is describing stuff that I'm pretty much currently doing, just for far less money and in an academic setting.

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