Administrative Department Structure

See how to structure an Administrative Department. Discover how to create an organization chart for administrative functions.

12 days ago   •   1 min read

By The Lexchart Team
Admin Org Chart

An administrative department organization structure typically consists of a department head or manager at the top, who is responsible for overall departmental operations and decision-making.

Underneath the department head are typically several levels of supervisors or managers, who are responsible for specific areas or functions within the department.

These managers may oversee teams of administrative staff, such as administrative assistants, receptionists, and clerical workers. Depending on the size and complexity of the department, there may also be specialized roles and positions, such as a human resources manager, a budget analyst, or a facilities manager. See also this article on accounting department organization structure and this article on accounting department org charts.

Assistant B Manager B Receptionist A Clerical Worker A Facilities Manager Clerical Worker B Administrative Staff Group B Human Resources Manager Department Head Budget Analyst Manager A Receptionist B Assistant A Administrative Staff Group A

The structure can be hierarchical and can also include cross-functional teams. Learn more about management organization charts in Organization Charts: the Complete Guide.

These charts are made with Lexchart for automatic organization charts.

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