Executive Assistants

(NOC 1222)

Career Description

Executive assistants establish and co-ordinate administrative policies / procedures for officials, committees, and boards of directors, analyze incoming / outgoing memoranda, submissions, and reports as well as prepare / co-ordinate submissions of summary briefs, perform research, compile data, and prepare papers for consideration / presentation, liaise and meet with clients on behalf of executive committees / boards of directors to discuss issues and recommend courses of action.

Examples of Titles

Committee Clerk
Corporate Secretary
Executive Assistant
Legislative Assistant

Where They Work

Executive assistants work for governments, corporations, and associations.

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Modified on May 15, 2012