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Executive Assistant Job Information
Similar to personal assistants, an executive assistant (EA) provides support to senior management in companies. Roles include organising meetings, client and visitor correspondence and human resources. Although executive assistants do perform clerical tasks, their duties can also have an effect on the success or profitability of a business. Some EA’s help with market research as well as training other new members of a team. Multitasking is a part of the job, meaning EA’s should be extremely organised and have the ability to work quickly and efficiently under pressure.

Executive Assistant Job Requirements
Becoming an executive assistant is fairly straightforward. Employers expect A-Levels or at least GCSEs (or equivalent). Already having experience in the field will help immensely with getting hired. Executive assistants need to have good IT knowledge, amazing time management/communication skills and have extreme attention to detail. If candidates do not have prior experience, it is better to start off with a less serious role, like becoming a receptionist or personal assistant. Employees who start at this level are able to work their way up the ranks to more serious administrative roles with more responsibilities and of course, command a higher salary.

Executive Assistant Job Market Trends
With more than 32,000 people working in an administrative role, executive assistant jobs are becoming more prominent in businesses. Massive changes in organisational infrastructure as well as the global boom over the last few decades have seen executive assistant roles transforming from “secretary” to someone key to the success of businesses. The average salary of the executive assistant is approximately £30,500, with room for promotion and advancements.

 

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Executive Assistant Job Information
Similar to personal assistants, an executive assistant (EA) provides support to senior management in companies. Roles include organising meetings, client and visitor correspondence and human resources. Although executive assistants do perform clerical tasks, their duties can also have an effect on the success or profitability of a business. Some EA’s help with market research as well as training other new members of a team. Multitasking is a part of the job, meaning EA’s should be extremely organised and have the ability to work quickly and efficiently under pressure.

Executive Assistant Job Requirements
Becoming an executive assistant is fairly straightforward. Employers expect A-Levels or at least GCSEs (or equivalent). Already having experience in the field will help immensely with getting hired. Executive assistants need to have good IT knowledge, amazing time management/communication skills and have extreme attention to detail. If candidates do not have prior experience, it is better to start off with a less serious role, like becoming a receptionist or personal assistant. Employees who start at this level are able to work their way up the ranks to more serious administrative roles with more responsibilities and of course, command a higher salary.

Executive Assistant Job Market Trends
With more than 32,000 people working in an administrative role, executive assistant jobs are becoming more prominent in businesses. Massive changes in organisational infrastructure as well as the global boom over the last few decades have seen executive assistant roles transforming from “secretary” to someone key to the success of businesses. The average salary of the executive assistant is approximately £30,500, with room for promotion and advancements.

 

Job DescriptionExecutive/ Personal Assistant to the CEO Fantastic opportunity to work alongside ... CEO by attending meetings in the executive's absence; speaking for the executive. Completes projects by assigning work ...

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... are currently recruiting for an experienced and committed Executive Assistant to join our team of staff in the ... documents required to retain practicing privileges * Ensure the Executive Director is made aware of the expiration of ...

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... a future Business Manager or our next Sales Executive, then this is the perfect role for you ...

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... are currently recruiting for an experienced and committed Executive Assistant to join our team of staff in the ... documents required to retain practicing privileges * Ensure the Executive Director is made aware of the expiration of ...

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... a company great. Position: Marketing Executive Location: Fish Insurance - Preston, ... following: Marketing Executive, Marketing Assistant, Marketing Officer, Marketing Administrator, Communications Executive, Communications Assistant, Communications Officer ...

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... be used for this role are: Business Development Executive / Business Developer / Lead Generator / Telesales / Sales Assistant / Customer Service ...

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Executive/ Personal Assistant to the CEO Fantastic opportunity to work alongside ... CEO by attending meetings in the executive's absence; speaking for the executive. · Completes projects by assigning work ...