An Investment Bank, with a major global presence is seeking a diverse Executive Assistant who prides themselves in their quality of work to achieve excellence, to assist 4 Managing Directors. This business wants to be the best in their industry, not necessarily the biggest. The successful person will be providing support for a Partner and a number of MD's within the Finance Division. This is a demanding role that requires a highly proactive, motivated and organised individual who is able to multitask, prioritise effectively and demonstrate excellent time management.
This bank is not just finance; they stress creativity and imagination in everything they do and pride themselves on their community and how they work together. This position would attract someone who can work as a team for busy individuals in a very fast pace environment and also work directly with the division. This company believe that team work, creates the best results. Your character must be able to cope in this pressurised environment and always try to find a better solution.
Your hard work and dedication will advance you here; they want their men and women to reflect diversity of the communities and cultures in which they operate. They offer their people the opportunity for progression and to move ahead quicker.
Candidates are preferred to have a proven track record in diary management and execution, with excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong proficiency in MS Office, particularly Outlook is also preferred.
'Big enough to undertake the largest project for their clients, yet small enough to maintain loyalty, intimacy that contributes to their great success.'
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