A client administrator performs the functions of a customer care service person. He/She provides high-level customer service to clients at financial firms. He/She answers calls and addresses client's inquiries, and maintains records of clients. Also, he/she performs research on financial products such as stock investments. Additionally, he/she provides administrative support to the senior financial advisers as needed, helps customers with their transactions, and handles general inquiries. The client administrator is also responsible for compiling reports.
This profession does not necessarily demand a college or university degree; a high school diploma or GED is enough. However, having a bachelor's degree in business administration, finance, or a related field is a plus. Applicants must have substantial experience in a related field. You must possess interpersonal, teamwork, communication, and customer focus-driven skills and develop strong relationships with clients.
Client administrators earn up to $48,127 annually which varies from $35,000 to $67,000.