Our client, ImagineAbility, whose mission is to support the aspirations of individuals living with a disability by realizing their potential, is currently looking for an Executive Assistant to join their team.
The Executive Assistant is Responsible For:
Providing professional administrative support for the CEO and Managers.
Taking minutes for board meetings and internal meetings and distribute accordingly.
Assisting the CEO and Managers with their day to day tasks.
Monitoring upcoming deadlines and bring items forward for follow up in a timely manner, follow-up on status and completion of key action items.
General administrative duties including printing, scanning, copying, typing, filing, etc.
Establishing and maintaining organized and confidential electronic and paper-based filing systems to ensure that documents are readily available.
Completing projects and assignments by establishing objectives, determining priorities, managing time, gaining cooperation of others, monitoring progress, problem-solving and adjusting plans.
You and Your Experience:
Prior experience as an Executive or Administrative Assistant.
Post-secondary education (ideally focused in business or administrative discipline).
Strong communication and listening skills.
A pro-active administrative professional who is action oriented.
A collaborative, service-oriented, logical thinker with a strong ability to manage priorities.
Understand and appreciate the nature of confidential and sensitive information.
Highly skilled in Microsoft Office, Excel and Outlook.
Experience working in a not-for-profit organization and working with a Board or Directors would be an asset.
Experience recording and preparing meeting minutes.
Benefits of working at ImagineAbility:
Who is ImagineAbility?
Over 50 years ago, a group of parents wanted to bring more choices to the lives of their children who lived with an intellectual disability. This led to the founding of ARC Industries in 1962, which provided new options for people living with an intellectual disability, including employment and recreational activities. In 1986, the company changed its name to Versatech Industries and in 2012 became ImagineAbility.
Today, ImagineAbility supports over 200 people at our two locations through contract packaging, community based services, supported employment, and recreational activities. Over the years, the focus has been on business operations and contract packaging. This still forms a part of our operation but the focus has shifted to providing individualized services based on personal goals and dreams.
How to Apply:
Please apply online at www.jobs.peoplefirsthr.com or by emailing your resume in confidence to Karolina Mokosinski at email@example.com
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected will be contacted for an interview.