Posted: Friday, September 29, 2017 7:26 AM
Job DescriptionThe Executive Administrative Assistant II provides highly skilled, diversified, confidential, and administrative support of an executive nature to a senior executive of a Company division, performing complex and technical activities requiring considerable discretion and independent judgment. Works with persons at all levels of the company, as well as external organizations and customers and handles highly confidential materials. Facilitates management details and serves as an intermediary with important delegated administrative functions to relieve executives of administrative responsibilities and details. May supervise various offices administrative and support personnel. Coordinates and facilitates high-level executive functions with wide latitude for independent judgment. Assists with numerous highly confidential functions including merger & acquisition early stage meetings and due diligence document organization. Compiles, formats, prepares and distributes Board of Directors and Committee meeting materials, minutes and records.Job RequirementsPrepares, edits and types a variety of confidential materials, reports, correspondence, and statistical tables.Answers telephone, screens calls, takes messages and receives visitors.Organizes mail and other executive paperwork, forwards to appropriate party and/or responds independently as appropriate calling attention to priorities.Establishes and maintains highly confidential files and records.Manages the office of a Senior Executive and requires comprehensive knowledge of executive operations, policies, practices and personnel.Coordinates and facilitates high-level executive functions with wide latitude for independent judgment.Schedules appointments and coordinates arrangements for meetings, conference and travel itineraries.Performs a variety of duties to conserve the time of the executive, such as keeping personal business bookkeeping records and other personal business items as directed. QualificationsCandidates who can work in both Wilmington, DE and Mount Laurel, NJ are strongly preferred. Associate's degree and/or Bachelor's degree or progressive work experience in addition to experience below.5-7 Years of related experience.Exceptional clerical and administrative skills.Knowledge of division organization, terminology and operations.Ability to work independently and within a team.Proven organizational skills, with ability to keep others focused, on task and efficient.Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal with ability to work with all levels of the enterprise.Demonstrated PC skills, including proficiency with spreadsheets, reporting tools and presentation software.
• Location: Laurel
• Post ID: 7528667 delaware