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Personal Assistant

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Annual Salary

Job Description

We are looking for a responsible Personal Assistant to provide personalized secretarial and administrative support in a well-organized and timely manner. You will work on a one-to-one basis on a variety of tasks related to managers working life and communication.

Job Duties will include:

  • Managing diaries and organising meetings and appointments. Many PAs control access to the manager/executive.
  • Booking and arranging travel, transport and accommodation.
  • Organising events and conferences.
  • Reminding the manager/executive of important tasks and deadlines.
  • Typing, compiling and preparing reports, presentations and correspondence.
  • Managing databases and filing systems.
  • Implementing and maintaining procedures/administrative systems.
General Requirements

  • MS Office and English proficiency
  • Outstanding organisational and time management skills
  • Up-to-date with latest office gadgets and applications
  • Ability to multitask and prioritize daily workload
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills
Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $675.00 - $720.00 per week

  • Paid time off
  • 8 hour shift
  • Monday to Friday
  • High school or equivalent (Preferred)
  • Customer Service: 2 years (Preferred)
Work Location: One location

Employee Ratings Echelon Partners

  • Based on full-time and part-time employees only, with 4 reviewers

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    They do business with integrity and rational thinking. Overall, it's an excellent place to work, with products that are winning in the marketplace.


  • Great Position for Experience in Banking Investment Banking Summer Analyst

    2021-08-15 12:05:47.6

    -Supportive team: the ECHELON team was very helpful in my learning experience, answering any questions I may have had or providing me with useful tips and tricks along the way -Self Starter Environment: to succeed in this role, you need to take initiative and take control over what/how you want to learn--resources are there to help you but it's up to you to take advantage of them -Dedicated Management: the CEO would often ask me how my internship was going and seemed genuinely interested in my learning and professional progression -Good Opportunities for Value Add: with many projects I was assigned I was able to see the value and importance of some of the work I helped out with, which was really rewarding

    -Not too many opportunities to handle financial modeling, mostly creating pitch decks and research (which is honestly common for many IB analyst roles) -Other than that, nothing really