- Manage the smooth operation of the office daily
- Maintain files and records
- Prepare correspondence including emails, reports and presentations
- Schedule meetings and managing the executive’s calendar
Why It’s Great
Working in a professional environment with plenty of interaction with people makes the role of Executive Assistant one that is fast-paced and fun. You are the executive’s go-to and your role is often central to their success, so you’ll always know that you are important. Executive Assistants need to be flexible and able to quickly reprioritise based on changes in their employer’s schedule. As the first point of contact for many, your role involves plenty of communication with others, while the research aspects of the job means you’re constantly learning new things so you’ll never get bored.