Family Research Council is hiring an Executive Assistant

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The Family Research Council is looking for a key player. From the FRC site,

The Executive Assistant will provide administrative support to the Vice President for Communications and facilitate the daily activities of the Communications Department.

The Executive Assistant will make travel arrangements; assist in preparing and sending out news releases; maintain department’s contact lists; make arrangements for meetings to include making catering arrangements.

Oversee, facilitate, and monitor the procedures pertaining to daily work flow and department communications. Represent the VP and the department in FRC staff meetings and interdepartmental meetings, as directed.

This position requires strong organizational, administrative, and budget management skills and the ability to adapt quickly to changes while using solid professional judgment.

This position also requires a high proficiency in the Windows environment. The incumbent in this position must be productive, competent, dependable, organized, focused, detail and task oriented, be able to carry out multiple tasks in a fast paced environment.

Must have a professional telephone manner. Requires BA degree and a minimum of 5 years experience in providing administrative support for senior staff or an equivalent combination of training and experience.

Please leave a comment or contact FRC if you would have a referral for this position. Thank you.

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2 Responses

  1. Pat Patterson says:

    Gee, that almost read like my resume except for that part about making telephone calls and being organized as well as sounding like the kind of job were I’d have to relearn the Windsor Knot. Ah, well!

  2. Jack says:

    Pat, Nope, no need to relearn that fat Windsor Knot!

    All of your old skinny shoe-string ties are now back in style.

    Because, as you know, we get all out latest style guides from television.

    And police those latest styles in our workplace.

    Have you seen the new styles on that new TV program?

    Mad Men?

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