Executive Assistants will work very closely with the Chief Executive or Chairman of the company. As Executive Assistant Jobs go, you'll have to know how to oversee diary management of travel and accommodation for the Chief Executive. This may be national and international including visa requirements.
Duties and responsibilities for Executive Assistants:
Other duties required by Executive Assistants will be the organisation of board meetings, inviting board members to the meetings and researching and preparation of information relating to the agenda.
Taking minutes at board meetings, typing up minutes and actioning follow-ups for use at the next board meeting. The Executive Assistant will screen all telephone calls, emails and other correspondence and action where necessary on behalf of their CEO. You'll also take responsibility for the preparation and delivery of PowerPoint presentations at board meetings when required.
Often you will take on board personal projects as required by the CEO which could be anything from organising major events to booking travel itineraries. Overseeing junior members of staff including personal assistants and secretaries may also be a requirement of the Executive Assistant.
you will possess an excellent command of English grammar, spelling and punctuation as well as excellent written and verbal communication skills. Executive Assistants will be able to prioritise their workloads, work calmly under pressure and be able to meet tight deadlines when necessary. Tact and discretion are a very important part of an Executive Assistant job as they can often be dealing with highly sensitive documents.
Contact the Office Support Division Team
Email the Office Support Division at email@example.com.