Executive Assistant

What do Executive Assistants do?

The Executive Assistant (sometimes called Administrative Assistant or Associate) has a myriad of administrative duties. Traditionally, these duties were mostly related to correspondence, such as the typing out of letters. The advent of word processing has significantly reduced the time that such duties require, with the result that many new tasks have come under the oversee of the Executive Assistant. These might include managing budgets and doing bookkeeping, maintaining websites, and making travel arrangements. Executive Assistant might manage all the administrative details of running a high level conference or arrange the catering for a typical lunch meeting. Often executives will ask their Assistant to write original documents for review and also to collaborate with others. They may also do personnel paperwork which used to be thought of as a human relations function; this might also include understanding the complex rules regarding Visa and Immigration.

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Executive Assistant jobs which have appeared on the Media Match jobs board:

Office Administrator
South Bend, IN
08/04/17
Office PA
Burbank, CA
08/03/17

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