We’re looking for a dynamic, smart and dedicated individual to take away some administrative chores off our founder’s shoulders and give him peace of mind to continue to develop the market and stay creative. This individual will be his right-hand-(wo)man. Long hours and doing multiple job at once are highly probable.
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Here’s a run-down of your typical work activities:
Act as the manager’s first point of contact with people from both inside and outside the organisation. Tasks are likely to include, but are not limited to:
- devising and maintaining office systems, including data management and filing;
- arranging travel, visas and accommodation and, occasionally, travelling with the manager to take notes or dictation at meetings or to provide general assistance during presentations;
- screening phone calls, enquiries and requests, and handling them when appropriate;
- meeting and greeting visitors at all levels of seniority;
- organising and maintaining diaries and making appointments;
- dealing with incoming email, faxes and post, often corresponding on behalf of the manager;
- taking dictation and minutes;
- carrying out background research and presenting findings;
- producing documents, briefing papers, reports and presentations;
- organising and attending meetings and ensuring the manager is well prepared for meetings;
- liaising with customers, suppliers and other staff.
In addition to supporting managers, their team and departments, many PAs also have their own personal workload and responsibilities. The scope of the PA’s role can be extensive and additional duties may include:
- carrying out specific projects and research;
- responsibility for accounts and budgets;
- taking on some of the manager’s responsibilities and working more closely with management;
- deputising for the manager, making decisions and delegating work to others in the manager’s absence;
- being involved in decision-making processes
The PA will also undertake to do all the secretarial work, take responsibility for recruiting and training junior staff and delegate some of the less demanding and confidential work to them.