Executive Assistants provide administrative support and secretarial services to senior managers and company executives. They usually work directly for one executive assisting them with correspondence, appointments, meetings, social media, and travel bookings.
As a Executive Assistant you’ll be in charge of your executive’s calendar, helping them manage their day productively and ensuring critical documents are in place. You’ll screen their calls, carry out background research before meetings, and sometimes represent them at official engagements when they cannot attend in person.
There are 16 courses available for people who want to become a Executive Assistant.