Executive Assistant

Posted on 09/03/2017
Location Mount Wellington, Auckland
Work Type
Classification ,
Reference # P-02602PCA
Salary $70 - $80,000

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To be successful in this Executive Assistant role you will have exceptionally strong organisational skills, plenty of initiative, robust business acumen, ooze professionalism, proven and relevant skills and experience as an Executive Assistant along with thriving on having responsibility, accountability and ownership for your role and actions.

In this role of Executive Assistant you will ensure the management team’s day operates as smoothly and efficiently as possible, duties and responsibilities will include:

  • Assist and support the Executives, being their right hand person
  • Diary, email and travel management
  • Prepare meetings and taking of minutes
  • Follow up and drive action points from meetings
  • Event management
  • Reconcile expenses
  • Project work
  • Administration
  • Compile board papers
  • Prepare newsletters, reports, documents and presentations
  • Assist in strategic planning activities
  • Liaise with a variety of stakeholders
  • Ensure the office operates effectively and efficiently
  • Create and implement effective and efficient systems and procedures

Every day will be varied and busy; as this role is newly created there is lots of scope to really grow and develop it further.

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