The Executive Assistant typically serves as member of team leadership and is considered a technical professional within the organization. As such, the Executive Assistant provides difficult technical tasks. The organization will depend on this person's implementation experience. The Executive Assistant generally is responsible for self-sufficiency. As such, the Executive Assistant provides small project responsibility. The organization will depend on this person's technical supervision. .. purchase to view all
Executive Assistant Job Responsibilities
The Executive Assistant generally has the following
Supporting one or more upper management personnel for all administrative needs. Scheduling meetings and making travel arrangements.
Creating and developing visual presentations for senior executives; organizing and prioritizing a large volume of incoming calls.
Maintaining confidential and non-routine information and acting as project manager for special projects pertaining to executive staff.
Developing reports and composes, critiquing and editing correspondence, as well as interfacing effectively with all levels of personnel.
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Executive Assistant Competencies
The complete Executive Assistant Manager's Guide
includes the 26
key competencies expected of Executive Assistant. The report defines each Competency
in detail. The report also explains what level of proficiency Executive Assistant
should have in that Competency, as well as how important that Competency is to performing
the role well.
You may observe several behaviors in a person that could be strong indicators of his or her capabilities in the Calendaring competency. The Executive Assistant is expected to demonstrate Working experience in the Calendaring competency. To demonstrate Working experience in the Calendaring competency, one should demonstrate knowledge of and ability to use office electronic calendaring software and capabilities.
Views, retrieves and updates own calendar entries in accordance with procedures and conventions.
Uses software to create and review personal tasks and appointments.
Customizes time ranges, size, shape, layout, etc. in own calendar.
Receives meeting requests from others and manages own calendar accordingly .