Junior executive assistant in a company supports the executives, CEO and the mid-level managers. They are individuals with not a lot of experience. But even then, a junior executive should be acquainted with the use of Microsoft Office and Word. Use of office equipment is also an additional add on for the junior executive. They should be able to schedule meetings and maintain the schedule accordingly.
A junior executive is required to conduct market research and prepare reports for the senior executives. These statistical reports are used by the senior executives to make decisions regarding the vendors or events. Although a junior executive might not be responsible for significant tasks, even then, they should have a good knowledge of the business operations. They will be held responsible for clerical tasks such as taking calls on behalf of the managers, taking notes in a meeting and preparing minutes of the meetings.
A junior executive should have a degree in business or the specific field they are working in, as, after some experience, they will be promoted to be the assistant executive. A degree in finance can help the junior executive to conduct his duties effectively.
Junior executive with an experience of 6 months. Good managerial forte and effective communication skills. Ability to work in a team and collaborate with different departments in the company. Smart enough to build rapport with the customers and suppliers. Self-starter and a quick learner. Leadership skills on a junior level to support and learn the work from seniors.
Ability to understand and follow the instructions given by the seniors. Decision making, multitask and organizational skills made it easy to navigate through the business environment. Analyzed the existing processes and systems and prepare reports for the senior management. Assisted the senior executives in business development. Researched, developed and implement marketing strategies. Interacted with customers and planned the organizational activities accordingly. Always ready to search and speak up for creative ideas. Excellent communication skills and the ability to multitask.
My objectives in this role are/were:
- To support the senior management by scheduling and attending meetings.
- To take notes in the meetings and email them to the executives.
- To communicate with the vendors and customers on behalf of the executives.
My roles in this job are/were:
- To provide junior and mid-level administrative support to the senior executives.
- To arrange meetings with the senior executives.
- To address the inquiries of the vendors and customers.
- To maintain relationships with other departments such as the sales and marketing departments.
- To maintain documents for filing and record keeping.
- To draft and implement quality and risk assessment procedures.
- To arrange meetings and set agendas for the meetings.
- To conduct business development research and compile results for review by the senior executives.
- To speak with the customers and provide them solutions.
- To perform clerical tasks such as bookkeeping and billing.
- To present information in a meeting and taking notes.
- Communication skills.
- Business knowledge.
- Negotiation skills.
- Presentation skills.
- Business communications and correspondence.
- Analytical skills.
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Junior Executive Resume Template -1
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