An executive assistant to a CEO performs administrative tasks such as answering calls and writing memos. They also research and write reports that can affect company policy and are typically in charge of training and supervising other office staff. Executive assistants must have a deep understanding of what their employer does to act as a liaison between the CEO and the clerical staff.
- Take notes and follow up on meetings.
- Provide calendar management for CEO.
- Complete a broad variety of administrative tasks that facilitate the CEO’s ability to effectively lead the organization.
- Serve as the primary point of contact for internal and external constituencies on all matters pertaining to the CEO.
- Manage information systems operations including hardware, software, desktop support, internal telecommunications, and strategic systems development and planning.
- Answer main phone line and respond to inquiries.
Requirements and skills
- Advanced english. Perfect writing, listening and speaking abilities.
- Intermediate to advanced computer proficiency, with ability to use Microsoft Office Suite.
- Work well under pressure.