Executive Assistant

Executive Assistant

Posted On 7 November 2023

Executive Assistant

7 November 2023

Executive Assistant

Detailed Job Description:

  • $120,000 + Superannuation
  • Extremely rewarding and inclusive environment that champions growth opportunities
  • Immersive, fast-paced Executive Assistant role

What makes this company unique?

This firm is in search of an exceptional Executive Assistant to become a vital part of their collaborative team. As the cornerstone of the office, you will seamlessly manage a multitude of responsibilities to ensure the smooth operation of a bustling workplace. Your role is pivotal, you will orchestrate the daily functions of the office, ensuring that everything operates with precision and efficiency. Although this firm may be boutique in size, it stands as a formidable force that rivals even the largest corporate entities. Its strength lies not only in the quality of its services but also in the genuine care it extends to both clients and employees.

Located in the heart of the CBD, the firm’s beautiful office is an inviting space where you’ll undoubtedly relish working. Join this remarkable team and be part of a culture that place value and excellence at the forefront of everything it does. Your role as an Executive Assistant will be instrumental in sustaining the firm’s reputation for excellence.

What is unique about you?

As an experienced Executive Assistant with a passion for organisation, you relish in being the go-to person. You are quick, adaptable, and willing to hit the ground running to ensure efficient operations and balance priorities for these diverse Managing Partners. You prioritise tasks accordingly and embrace every challenge that comes your way! Taking pride in your work to deliver quality results, all whilst managing projects and supporting others with unparalleled perfection. You have a keen eye for detail and are proactive in ensuring every need is attended to with accuracy and efficiency. To excel in this role, you have effortless interpersonal and communication skills, coupled with exceptional emotional intelligence.

A snapshot of your role…

  • Anticipate, organise and manage complex diaries to deliver efficiency in the Partner’s workflow
  • Work closely with team members from different departments to coordinate and manage various projects
  • Review policies and procedures and draft high-level summaries and reports

 

  • Build strong relationships with both internal and external stakeholders whilst maintaining confidentiality and professional integrity
  • Complete ad hoc administrative duties such as, coordinating monthly newsletters, travel arrangements, organising team events, expense management, and meeting coordination

This role will not be available for long! Apply now!

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