Graduation or MBA
6 Months minimum
An Executive Assistant provides assistance to high-level executives within a company and is often trusted with complex duties and sensitive information.
In addition to general administrative work, Executive Assistants may be in charge of scheduling meetings, taking minutes during sessions, maintaining databases and producing reports or presentations for their executive leadership.
Executive Assistants generally ensure the smooth-running of the office, working both on a one-to-one basis with the executives, but also on a wider basis with internal and external clients. A standard Executive Assistant job description entails:
Aside from a proficiency in computer skills, an Executive Assistant is not necessarily required to have a degree.
An Executive Assistant job description should advocate for a professional individual who is well-presented at all times. They will be dealing with both internal colleagues and external visitors on behalf of their management team. They are also expected to display the following traits: