The executive administrative assistant is responsible for many different tasks and plays a big part in the smooth operation of any business. Employees in this position are expected to carry out multiple administrative duties, including answering phones, scheduling appointments, attending meetings, taking notes, establishing communications between customers and executives, and maintaining good office relations. Often, executive administrative assistants are also expected to manage office logistics and effectively organize documents and reports.
Executive Administrative Assistant Tasks
Review, organize and distribute incoming and outgoing mail.
Schedule domestic travel arrangements to include air, hotel and ground transportation.
Answer all incoming phone calls and redirect to appropriate area.
Maintain and print calendar.