Workplace changes and budgetary demands are making the role of managers ever more varied and complex. Collaborating closely with management, executive assistants must possess a wide range of skills so as to provide the practical, organisational and administrative support necessary to the successful functioning of the organisation.
As a relay between the company’s management and its staff, an executive assistant requires training in human resources, recruitment and logistics, but must also have sound technical, cultural and communication skills.
Executive assistants are hired across all job sectors, enjoying a wide range of career opportunities both in SMEs and large corporate groups. Multilingual posts and those offering a greater level of responsibility are available to candidates possessing appropriate skills and experience.
- Executive Assistant
- HR Management Assistant
- Manager’s Assistant
- Project Team Assistant
- Team Assistant
- Sales and Administration Assistant
- Ensure effective communication by managing information transmission throughout the organisation
- Help manage the administrative, commercial, legal and accounting aspects of an organisation’s local and international activities
- Participate in decision-making
- Identify secure procedures and propose solutions
- Participate in recruitment procedures and assist with staff management
- Help with the logistical organisation of projects
- Help organise activities through planning and coordination
- Communications and Information Management
- Decision-Making and Assignment Management
- Work Organisation