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For full details about each position, download the complete job description in PDF format. EEO M/F/D/V.
Updated Oct. 29, 2014
The Executive Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support and special projects for the President/CEO and for the two Vice Presidents of Government Affairs.
Responsibilities include the following:
- Schedules all meetings and activities for the President/CEO.
- Answers and screens telephone calls for the President/CEO.
- Handles inquiries for the President/CEO and serves as liaison between the President/CEO and staff.
- Briefs the President/CEO on current and outstanding issues for action.
- Checks deadlines on incoming requests for the President/CEO.
- Maintains records and files, including “tickler” system.
- Types, proofreads, edits, copies, distributes, files and retrieves correspondence such as letters, memos, reports, agendas and minutes.
- Arranges all travel for the President/CEO. Prepares a travel itinerary prior to travel for the President/CEO.
- Maintains records regarding vacation/leave approvals for staff reporting to the President/CEO.
- In conjunction with the COO, schedules and plans the Senior Executives Offsite Meetings per President/CEO’s availability and approval.
- Submits expense reports to COO for signature for Senior Executives reporting to CEO.
- Submits Board of Directors expense reports to COO for signature and to accounting for payment.
- Works closely with staff planning Board meetings and functions regarding meeting logistics, etc.
- Arranges air travel, housing, ground transportation, meals, agenda, and prepares event schedules for President/CEO and other needs as requested for NBAA BACE.
- Assists in the development of correspondence, PowerPoint presentations, speeches, testimony, etc. for the CEO.
- Assists President/CEO with weekly meeting updates, expense report processing, payment approvals, budget updates. Maintains departmental database and files, invoices, pre-trip approvals, purchase orders, signature requests, etc
- Approves leave requests for staff reporting to President/CEO.
- Generates NBAA PAC reports for Lobby Disclosure Act and Federal Election Commission filings
- Prepares Congressional Information Packets that are used for Capitol Hill visits.
- Handles travel arrangements for the VPs Government Affairs, as necessary. Prepares a travel itinerary prior to travel.
- Organizes and schedules meetings, contacts participants, reserves conference rooms, orders meals or snacks if necessary.
- Opens, sorts, distributes and prioritizes all incoming mail and other correspondence. Reviews and evaluates items that require priority attention and responds to routine inquiries.
- Types, proofreads, edits, copies, distributes, files and retrieves correspondence such as letters, memos, reports agendas and minutes.
- Prepares expense reports.
- Prepares Payment Request Forms to process invoices.
- Supports the VPs and the President/CEO’s responsibilities with other aviation industry groups.
- Processes and tracks all departmental invoices and monitors expenses.
- Inputs information into and updates CEO’s and VPs’ calendars and contact lists.
- Maintains confidentiality of sensitive and confidential issues.
- High School Diploma or equivalent.
- Five years administrative experience supporting an executive or senior level manager.
- Excellent customer service skills.
- Ability to set priorities and multi task multiple projects and tasks simultaneously.
- Technologically savvy with Microsoft Office Suite including Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook.
- Excellent organizational skills.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills, including dealing with the public and staff both in person and on the phone. Communicates effectively with co-workers and the general public.
- Knowledge of standard office administrative practices and procedures
- Ability to work in an environment in which deadlines change frequently.
- Strong problem-solving skills
- Ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive and confidential issues.
- Ability to travel once a year to NBAA BACE
- Ability to work overtime and under time constraints.
- Ability to make recommendations to provide improvements and efficiencies.
- Strong attention to detail.
- Ability to work independently, as well as in a team environment.
- Good math skills.
Desired qualifications include:
- Accredited bachelor’s degree or associate’s degree.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office 2007.
- Experience working on Capitol Hill. Familiarity with the legislative process and procedural jargon.