Executive Assistant to Tier Two Senior Leaders at Climate Change Commission, Wellington
Mō tēnei tūranga mahi | About this role
Are you a highly experienced EA looking for an opportunity to influence and shape your own role within a dynamic organisation? Join us and create positive change for Aotearoa and the world!
- Be part of a supportive, enthusiastic and high performing team
- Provide high level senior leader support and advice
- Opportunity to work for an organisation driving climate action in Aotearoa
The Climate Change Commission (the Commission) is an Independent Crown Entity (ICE) established under the Climate Change Response Act 2002.
Our purpose is to provide independent, expert advice to the New Zealand Government on both mitigating and adapting to the effects of climate change, and to monitor and review the Government's progress towards its emissions reduction and adaptation goals. The Commission plays a key role in New Zealand's framework for developing and implementing clear and stable climate change policies.
This is a permanent position. The role is responsible for supporting the Commission's tier two Senior Leaders within a fast paced and dynamic environment. This role will see the incumbent anticipating the Senior Leaders' needs and providing proactive support that enables them to be effective in their roles.
This role will work closely with our two other Executive Assistant's to deliver seamless executive support and backup. The role will also proactively identify ways to improve the administrative processes and tools used to support the Tier Two Senior Leaders.
As a member of the Governance and Corporate Services team in a small and focussed organisation, the Executive Assistant will work in a collaborative way to help to create a culture that is outcome and customer-focussed, supportive, and empowering.
This role will suit someone who has had significant experience supporting senior leaders within a fast paced and dynamic environment. The role will require experience with complex diary management, relationship management, as well as drafting correspondence and reports. It is essential for the successful candidate to have a strong intuition and can navigate through situations that may at times seem ambiguous. A calm and flexible approach will see the candidate succeed in this role.
In addition, you will have:
- Exceptional planning and organisational skills; including time and workflow management, prioritising tasks and responsibilities in a complex and busy work environment.
- High levels of integrity, with practised judgment and discretion.
- Skilled in negotiation and influence.
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
- Extensive experience with MS suite including advanced skills in Outlook and Word, as well as in Excel, PowerPoint, and Teams.
How to apply
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Applications close at 5pm on 22 August 2022. For further questions regarding this role, please email email@example.com.
Please note interviews may commence with suitable candidates prior to the closing date. To be considered for this role you must be currently residing in NZ and able to live and work in NZ.
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