Aday is hiring for an Executive Assistant to provide high level administrative support to the CEO and other company executives. You will work closely with our CEO and act as a liaison between the office of the CEO, our internal team, and external contacts. You will be responsible for the organization and time management of many business-critical workstreams. The ideal candidate is a go-getter, eager to jump in and learn, obsessive about the details, and is eager to make an impact within a thriving, high-growth business.
We prioritize our company values in our hiring process. You may be a great fit for Aday if you have a bias toward action, use data first, have no ego and always put the needs of the team first, prioritize transparent and effective communication, and are always looking for ways to optimize or improve. If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you!
You’d be a good fit for this position if you have:
Experience supporting senior executives within a business environment
Strong administration/office skills including business etiquette, answering phones, and fielding requests and the ability to act as a “gate keeper”, as well as the ability to chase people down to deadlines
Solid experience with presentation programs such as PowerPoint, Keynote, Google Slides and with calendar management
Strong communication skills, both written and verbal
Strong multi-tasking skills, balancing competing priorities and seeing tasks through to completion, often under tight deadlines
A detail-oriented, collaborative mindset
A proven ability to take initiative and think and plan ahead
An exceptional eye for detail and organization, with extreme focus on mistakes and poor grammar
Discretion, good judgment, and a high degree of confidentiality
Willingness to pitch in wherever necessary with a “no task too big or small” mindset
Exceptional intuitive thinking, critical reasoning, and problem-solving skills
A high sense of urgency and being highly results oriented, not stopping until the outcome is achieved
Ability to make logical, reasonable decisions when explicit guidance is not given
Your areas of responsibility include (but are not limited to):
Leading team operations including internal communications, email distribution lists, technology, upgrades, new hire coordination, time keeping assistance, etc.
Coordinating with other staff members and departments to facilitate projects and initiatives.
Conducting research, preparing presentations (PowerPoint, Keynote, Documents, Excel) and reports, and tracking a variety of details
Managing calendars and coordinating meetings
Planning and organizing travel arrangements (domestic and international), including researching and scheduling the best options, and dealing with necessary changes/adjustments to the itinerary
Renewing memberships, visas, credit cards, etc.
And many more ad hoc projects!