Executive Assistant to VP of Marketing

Executive Assistant to VP of Marketing
in Boston, Massachusetts 02110 - US

Job Description

Executive Assistant to VP of Marketing

A well-established Financial Service Company is currently seeking a mid-level Executive Assistant to support the VP of Marketing. This is a great job opportunity to work for a well-respected financial company in the Boston area. This company offers a positive work environment with outstanding benefits and a strong commitment to its employees.

Responsibilities will include:
- Welcomes visitors, clients, and outside staff 
- Maintains security by following procedures; monitoring logbook; issuing visitor badges. 
- Monitoring a multi-line phone system – transferring and screening calls when necessary
- Maintains the VP of Marketing’s calendar, schedules travel, and books hotel accomodations
- Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed (lunch setup, event coordination, etc.

Qualified candidates should have 3-5 years EA or heavy Admin experience along with strong MS Office skills (Microsoft Word, Excel & Power Point).


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