This article is by Corinne Easter, Administrative Specialist with the King County Office of Risk Management Services Today King County is celebrating its superhero Administrative Professionals at the third annual Administrative Professionals Recognition Event at the City of Seattle’s Bertha Knight Landes Room from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m., located at 600 4th Ave in Seattle. All King County employees are invited to attend this exciting event and help us celebrate this special day (please review the HR Bulletin regarding employee attendance at County-sponsored events). The fourth Wednesday of every April is National Administrative Professionals Day. King County recognizes… Read More
Career Support Services and the Administrative Professionals Advisory Committee are pleased to host King County’s 3rd Annual Administrative Professionals Recognition Day event on Wednesday, April 25. This year, approximately 100 outstanding administrative professionals were nominated for recognition. Join us as we recognize and celebrate the valuable contributions administrative professionals throughout King County government are making. The event will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Bertha Knight Landes Room at City Hall, 600 4th Avenue, Seattle. Space is limited! Register at Eventbrite, and email the committee with any questions… Read More
Nominate an Administrative Professional and save the date for Administrative Professionals Recognition event, April 25
Recognize an exceptional administrative professional in your area or someone you work with that has gone above and beyond to provide you with exceptional service. Any King County employee is eligible to nominate an administrative professional for recognition. All nominations are due by close of business day on Friday, March 30. Nominations can be submitted electronically here, or via or a scanned paper nomination form, and sent directly to AdministrativeProfessionals@kingcounty.gov. To review the eligibility and nomination process, visit the Administrative Professionals website. Also save the date for the third annual Administrative Professionals Recognition Day Event. The event will be held on Wednesday, April 25 from 11:30… Read More
With the sponsorship of the Administrative Professionals Advisory Committee and the support of Career Support Services, administrative professionals are invited to take part in an important project that will benefit administrative professionals and employees across the county. Members are needed to take part in a work group that will identify and navigate the network of King County meeting and conference room spaces. There are three vacancies in this work group, with the commitment being 1-2 hours per month, including meeting time and follow-up work. Employees are needed from across the county, and specifically from departments that include, but are not limited to: DNRP, DOT, DJA, Assessments,… Read More
Since its launch in mid-2015, the Administrative Professionals Program has worked diligently to be successful in meeting the needs of administrative professionals throughout King County government. The Administrative Professionals Advisory Committee has scheduled a second series of focus groups to hear directly from administrative professionals regarding the success of the program and what is needed to improve it. Feedback provided will help the committee learn how to best support administrative professionals at King County. To get involved, register to attend a focus group. If unable to attend, alternative outreach efforts will be used to gather input. Register for one of the following focus group… Read More
Local 17 featured the April Administrative Professionals Recognition event in a recent issue of its Insight publication, highlighting notable participants, speakers and the importance of honoring administrative employees for their work. It shares: “Based on feedback received from attendees and award recipients, the engaging event helps Administrative Professionals feel honored, valued and appreciated. It also reaffirms that King County is a wonderful place to work.” The Administrative Professionals Program and Career Support Services were also both featured in the June 21 Metropolitan King County Council: Annual Labor Summit. To read the full PTE17 article, click here, page 8. To learn more about… Read More
Career Support Services and the Administrative Professionals Advisory Committee sponsored the second annual Administrative Professionals Recognition Event on April 26. More than 200 employees attended the event, which is an impressive increase over last year’s attendance of about 100. As part of the festivities, attendees enjoyed tasty treats, networked, learned valuable information from guest speakers including an introduction to Career Support Services’ new online career development tool, and of course had a great time. Many administrative professionals expressed their gratitude: “Thank you for the efforts involved with organizing today’s second annual King… Read More
King County is participating this year as a sponsor in the 2017 T.R.A.I.N Support Staff Conference, taking place June 21 and 22. The conference is open to employees of public agencies who work in an administrative, departmental, customer service or office support role. Registration for the conference opens May 8, 2017. Click here to register then, or download this PDF for more information about the conference.
Please join us for the second annual King County Administrative Professionals Recognition Day event on Wednesday, April 26, 2017. The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. at the King County Courthouse, Room E-942, 516 Third Avenue. Register for the event today to ensure your spot. Please plan for travel time through the security checkpoint and elevators.
Calling all Administrative Professionals: Join your peers across the county to celebrate the awesome King County Administrative Professionals Program and to help recognize this year’s award recipients. You will hear from some of our top leaders and much more. Wednesday, April 26, 2017, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. King Street Center, 8th Floor Conference Center If you would like more information about this event, contact Paige Myers at 206-477-4551 or firstname.lastname@example.org.