Mar 142019

ELGI is a global leading capital equipment manufacturer with a broad line of innovative and technologically superior compressed air systems. The company has earned worldwide distinction for designing sustainable solutions that help companies achieve their productivity goals while keeping the cost of ownership competitive. As the business is enjoying tremendous growth in the past years, they are now looking to appoint an experienced Executive Assistant based in Brussels to join the European team. Job Description : As an important member of the team, you will provide advanced administrative support to executive members, handling multiple tasks while serving as a focal point of a fast-paced business environment. Act as the point of contact among executives, employees and industry partners. Manage information flow in a timely and accurate manner. Manage executives’ calendars and set up meetings. Make travel and accommodation arrangements. Prepare weekly, monthly or quarterly reports. Act as an office manager by keeping up with office supply inventory. Share information for internal and external communication – memos, emails, presentations, reports. Help create PowerPoint presentations. Take minutes during meetings. Screen and direct phone calls and distribute correspondence. Organize and maintain the office filing system. Ideally degree educated or equivalent experience as an Executive Assistant. Advanced Microsoft office skills. Proven strong verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills ideally in French, English and Dutch. Italian would be a plus. Strong organizational and problem-solving skills with i… Original job ad is published on – Set up a Jobagent at StepStone now and find your dream job! For similar jobs, information on employers and career tips visit!

Match criteria: Production, Administration, Office Manager, 40 hours, Outside the Netherlands, Non, Assistant or Support

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