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I need help with writing an excellent resume for the job description below for a Business Administration at Microsoft. All the keywords need to be included, descriptive employment history descriptions, and add additional skills as needed to match the JD below. This resume will go to hiring managers directly as well as the vendor management systems, so it does need to be a complete resume. The resume that needs to be altered is attached. Thank you!

Are you an enthusiastic and optimistic individual? Do you have initiative and focus? Are you agile and creative? Do you have good judgment supported by an attention to detail? Do you like to collaborate with peers within and outside your organization? If so, come join the Lifecycle Marketing Team!

We are looking for a proven Business Administrator who is enthusiastic and energetic to provide administrative support for a high energy team. In this role, you will support a General Manager responsible for Lifecycle Marketing of 45+ employees within the ASM Integrated Marketing team. If you are eager to strengthen your capabilities in a dynamic, fast-paced environment and are excited about the opportunity to influence the marketing discipline as an administrator, this job is for you!

Primary Responsibilities include:
- Proactively manage a General Manager's complex calendars with utmost attention to accuracy and timelines.
- Arrange domestic and international travel.
- Reconcile and process General Manager's expense reports.
- Partner closely with the managers on activities in support of business strategy, planning, and financials.
- Coordinate and schedule internal/external meetings.
- Manage headcount for team, submit all new hire paperwork and assist in onboarding new employees.
- Identify, recommend, and implement solutions to departmental operations and process issues.
- Manage team aliases ensuring all aliases for the organization are up-to date and hierarchy is aligned.
- Update, maintain and provide accurate organizational charts for the organization.
- Coordinate department facility operations, including space planning and office moves in partnership with team business administrators.
- Submit financial reclass and accruals every month.
- Enable morale events across the Lifecycle Marketing team, including to be part of the "sprout" and "boom" morale teams.
- Ensure compliance with administrative operations policies and procedures.
- Building relationships with Group admin community.
- Complete special projects as needed.
- Exercise sound judgment, tact, diplomacy, integrity and professionalism in all transactions to include communicating and working with confidential and sensitive information.
- Partner with lead admin within Office Integrated and Lifecycle team to ensure all of the above is handled appropriately.

Qualifications include, but are not limited to:
- Minimum 2-4 years of experience supporting a senior manager at Microsoft or external role in a fast paced environment.
- Balanced skill profile including attention to detail, problem solving, organization and time management.
- Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
- Previous experience in a marketing organization is a plus.
- Ability to build effective cross-group working relationships and work collaboratively with people at all levels of the organization.
- Ability to accommodate varying work styles and perspectives of diverse individuals and groups.
- Ability to work effectively under pressure, calmly and confidently with a "can-do" attitude.
- Must have a high level of integrity and ability to manage sensitive and confidential information with discretion and professionalism.
- Demonstrated proficiency in Outlook, Word, Excel, Visio, PowerPoint and SharePoint.

Microsoft is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, national origin, marital status, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other protected status.

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Please see attached resume. I'm kind of hoping you (or whoever's resume this is) is applying for a job in the banking industry, as I think there is some real impressive experience here.

A couple things of note:
- As a potential employer, I would notice the 2 year gap in between Verizon and U.S. Bank. Also, it looks like there is no work history after January 2015. There may legitimate reasons for this, but I would suggest including a cover letter to explain this gap. You can easily find a cover letter template in Word or online. I would suggest to keep any cover letter relatively short and to the point. If you would like me to review the cover letter in a separate post, I would be happy to do that. Also, if you get the interview, be prepared to answer this professionally and simply. Over explanation is never necessary. People have gaps in employment all the time due to bad job markets, staying home with children, or caring for aged parents.

Make sure to do the following before submitting to employer. You can also send this information to me and I will be more than happy to edit the posting.
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Solution Summary

This two-paged solution creates a example resume for the job description for a Business Administrator at Microsoft.