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Executive Assistant

Up to 110,000 CHF + bonus
 

Job Description

Our client, revolutionizing the market with their product, is seeking an Executive Assistant to support senior leaders in the establishment of a new office in Zug.

As an Executive Assistant, you will oversee various tasks integral to the successful launch and operation of the new office while providing support to senior leaders.

Given the frequent presence of senior management on-site, you will exhibit exceptional levels of confidentiality and attention to detail, serving as the primary point of contact for office visitors to ensure their needs are met.

This role demands an outgoing individual capable of clear and concise communication with individuals across all levels.

We seek candidates of high calibre with a customer-focused approach and the following skill sets:

  • Experience in a similar role is essential
  • Previous experience supporting multiple senior leaders with diverse styles is preferred
  • Familiarity with office environments, including the establishment of new policies and procedures, is advantageous
  • A proactive approach to workload management and ensuring the smooth operation of office and executive assistant tasks is necessary
  • Strong attention to detail, including the oversight of reviews for reports, presentations, and contracts to support executive management
EMEA Recruitment is committed to promoting Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace. We act as a neutral third party in the recruitment process, basing our candidate searches on skills and experience. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, sex, relationship status, disability, race, religion/beliefs, or sexual orientation.
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