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Beverly Costello
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about 2 months ago

Highly Skilled Professional who recently relocated to Newport News seeking #Administrative or #ExecutiveAssistant position. Over 20 years of solid work experience. Reliable, hard working team player. Sure to be an asset to any employer! Prior experience in #ProjectManagement #BusinessAnalysis #RiskManagement #PublicRelations #Audit #Supervisor #EmergencyPreparedness #BusinessContinuity and much more. Contact me for resume if you have an ideal position in mind. Thank you! Happy Easter!

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Eleana Bowman
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over 6 months ago

Profit Factory works with entrepreneurs to match them to high-quality assistants.. They currently have various virtual assistant roles available! Pay ranges from $20 - $27 per hour, depending on the contract.

To be considered for one of the open positions, you must:

  • Reside in the United States or Canada
  • Follow the EXACT instructions as listed under the "How to Apply" section of each job posting.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW OPEN ROLES

Roles vary depending on the client, but some positions include:

  • Virtual assistant at a women empowerment organization
  • Executive assistant at a holistic health company
  • Virtual assistant at a real estate firm
  • Calendar and scheduling manager at nonprofit organization
  • And so many more!

#virtualassistant #executiveassistant #workfromhome #jobsearch #nationwideUSA

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Eleana Bowman
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Boldly is hiring now for a remote executive assistant. Pay starts at $22 per hour. This individual will be brought on as a part-time W2 employee with the opportunity to become full-time based on performance.

Other benefits you will love:

  • Opportunities for pay raises
  • Generous PTO
  • Paid holidays
  • Paid parental leave
  • Technology stipend
  • Flexible work hours
  • Paid on-boarding
  • Fun company swag

Learn more and apply for this exciting role today.

#hiringnow #workfromhome #executiveassistant #nationwideUSA

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Tricia Hendrix
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Do you enjoy keeping others organized and on track? Are you a planner? Then this may be the perfect job for you!

Brex is seeking an Executive Assistant to work from home!

What you’ll do

You will work with Brex Finance executives (CFO and President of the Bank) to help them grow Brex. You will be the steward of their time, coordinating internally and externally to plan seamless meetings, travel, and offsites. You will help organize team meetings and internal processes, and learn about the exciting world of finance, operations and risk management within a fintech company.

Responsibilities

  • Act as the steward of time for our CFO of Brex and Brex Bank, including scheduling meetings, arranging travel, and prioritizing engagements
  • Support the executives in all daily duties, ensuring that they are prepared, organized, and ready for what each day brings
  • Liaise, communicate, and problem-solve across the organization with a focus on Accounting & Finance, Risk, Operations, BD, Payments and New Initiative teams
  • Help organize, facilitate, and prepare for large team meetings and decision-making forums
  • Plan and facilitate team events including offsites (virtual and in-person), happy hours, and celebrations Work closely with the Recruiting Team to schedule and facilitate interview schedules for the executives
  • Collaborate with other Executive Assistants for critical company processes including weekly, monthly and quarterly internal meetings
  • Assist the executives as needed with presentations, meeting preparation, and project management.

Requirements

  • 2-4 years of administrative experience in a fast-paced environment, 1+ of those years supporting at the executive level
  • Outstanding organizational, written/verbal communication, and listening skills, plus high attention to detail
  • Strong team-player attitude; needs to work well under pressure and be adaptable in the face of changing priorities
  • Excellent problem-solving, time-management, and prioritization skills
  • Expert with G-Suite (Google Calendar, Gmail, Google docs, Google sheets, etc.)
  • High degree of discretion and integrity, especially when taking care of confidential information

Ready to get started?

Apply to the work from home role here

#nationalworkfromhome #workfromhome #executiveassistant #jobsearch

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Nicole Bosco
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over 6 months ago

The biggest mistake i made as an executive in Verizon was getting involved with the politics and trusting the wrong people thinking everyone was for my best interest and my friend.

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John Huang
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over 6 months ago

Sharing some great advice from a conversation I had with a lady named Kristen on how she got her admin job at 67 and how she would advise someone else in her position: "I would recommend that she network, network, network. Has she had her resume reviewed to help her gain attention in the sea of applicants? What does her profile look like on the job websites? Does she have recommendations on her LinkedIn profile? I am 67 and two years ago was applying for jobs. I made sure my skills were up to date, joined local networking groups, revised my “elevator” speech and signed up with multiple employment agencies. I ended up getting hired at a job I had applied to 8 weeks earlier. You have to believe in yourself, your skills and not stop. Hit the ground every morning as if you are going to work"

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over 6 months ago

I have been a contractor for many years, although not my first choice to be. I have gained a lot of valuable experience as an Admin and Executive Assistant. I have a college degree. With each role I take on, there is always the chance of being offered the role permanently but there are always budget reasons why the company or department cannot take me on. (I've worked in the pharmaceutical arena where there are many mergers and reorganizations with tight budgets.) I was very much liked in my last role and my managers have given me glowing references. I've been on many interviews and still have not been able to find work since December of last year. I began looking while I was still at that role knowing it was coming to an end. Now I'm being asked or judged why I have not worked since then. I honestly don't understand why this should be so difficult. I went on one interview in which my resume matched exactly what they were looking for and I had worked for the company in the past and so I felt I had a good chance. One of the managers looked at my resume after asking me all of the pertinent questions and wanted to know about a small gap in my resume from 2008. It was all I could do to contain my anger. But I did not let it show. What kind of an imbecile needs to ask about a gap in someone's resume from over 11 years ago when the most recent experience is a perfect match??

I feel so doomed the longer I am out of work. And what is with all these Indian agents calling me for roles, but I never get the job. Do they work on commission? One of them just today said, "Why have you not worked in such a long time?" I hung up on her. If this is politically incorrect, I couldn't care less!

-Had it and at my wits end!

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John Caffrey
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over 6 months ago

I am being inundated by job mechanisms - is this really the future?

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Lovella Varnon
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over 6 months ago

Can someone advise me on how to change careers from Executive Assistant to Administrative Coordinator

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