Executive Assistant (EA) to President
Whether its for profit, non-profit, government or higher education, when you are working at the “C” level, you must have it all–seasoned Executive Assistant experience, advanced MS Office computer skills, a diplomacy with impeccable social skills, ability to make decisions and understand how to exercise authority, and of course, also be a gatekeeper and confidant all at the same time.
But most importantly, an Executive Assistant must have the ability and judgement required to direct the executive’s time and attention while at the same moment, exercise discretion when dealing with confidential business matters. A lot is demanded of this type of talent, and even more so, when working in a highly demanding temporary assignment such as this one for J. Kent Staffing.
Calendar management, meeting and board meeting planning and coordination, domestic and international travel planning, special project management, headquarter move planning, private residence and logistics management.