An executive assistant is commonly found answering phones, screening visitors, making travel arrangements, preparing reports, filing and organizing documents, recording meeting minutes, and performing basic bookkeeping tasks.
Also known as an executive assistant, the executive administrative assistant provides clerical support to offices by answering phone calls and emails, greeting clients and scheduling meetings for executives.
Coordinate daily calendars of his superior. Plan appointments and events. Act as the point of contact between executives and employees/clients. Create regular reports and update internal databases. Make travel arrangements.