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Based on 550 responses, the job of Senior Executive Assistant has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.3 out of 5. On average, Senior Executive Assistants are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Senior Executive Assistant?

May 2015
"Varied busy day, problem solving and troubleshooting."
Senior Executive Assistant:
Pros: Variation, people contact, resolving problems.
Cons: Routine.
June 2015
"Dont let anyone talk down to you. Regardless of whou it is."
Senior Executive Assistant:
Be professional, courteous, honest and sincere. Always smile, and make everyone feel welcomed.
September 2015
"Flexibility, multi-tasking ever changing and challenging."
Senior Executive Assistant:
Be flexible, listen, learn and have a sense of humor when you are stressed!
October 2015
"Increase your skills."
Senior Executive Assistant:
Enhance your skills and have positive attitute.
January 2016
Senior Executive Assistant:
Pros: Challenging. Flexibility and office culture.
Cons: The pay.
March 2016
"Corporate culture, management, office conditions."
Senior Executive Assistant:
Pros: Helping other to solve out problems, interacting with peope around the world, project management, events organization.
Cons: Dealing with executive's humour.
March 2016
"All encompassing MGMT Functions 16 Healthcare companies."
Senior Executive Assistant:
Pros: The opportunity to learn department functions and responsibility of retaining and expanding business opportunities.
Cons: Too many people doing too many different things. Person having 5+ more job titles and being hired for different positions then they end up working in.