Title: EXECUTIVE SECRETARY I Salary: $3,020.00 - $3,782.00 Posted: 02/28/2014
Under the direction of the Deputy Director of the External Affairs Department (EAD), the Executive Secretary I (ESI) provides administrative and secretarial assistance for the Deputy Director, division lead, and staff for a statewide public affairs program requiring frequent high level public, media, and governmental contact. The ESI will perform difficult and complex secretarial work and non-routine administrative work for the division; provide administrative and secretarial support on a variety of difficult and sensitive program-related matters in which judgment must be exercised in analyzing facts of circumstances surrounding issues; compose, draft, and finalize correspondence; maintain the Deputy Director’s calendar, schedules meetings, take notes at meetings, maintains administrative files, distributes mail; performs Attendance Coordinator duties; screen visitors and phone calls and route them to appropriate staff; work closely with other executive secretaries working for top executive management; order supplies; good organizational, customer service, Internet, and computer skills; excellent communication (oral and written) skills; act as back up to Administrative Assistant; perform other duties as required. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority. This is a limited term position with the possibility of becoming permanent if funding becomes permanently available. Training and Development assignments may be considered. The position is located in a high-rise building. Call or email for a duty statement.
290 - 342 - 1247 - 900
External Affairs Department
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External Affairs Department 450 N Street, MIC:79 Sacramento, CA 95814
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