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A Personal Assistant (or PA) job within non-profit and public sector organisations involves supporting a Manager, Director, CEO or team and providing administrative and secretarial support. A PA job can also be referred to as a Secretary, Team Secretary or Executive Assistant (or EA).  At EA level, the role often involves committee/board support, and more technical reporting and high-level stakeholder management.

Responsibilities and Duties for Executive Support Roles

A executive support role nvolves being the main point of contact for a Manager, Director, CEO or team both internally and externally.  Day to day duties include: handling telephone enquiries and fielding calls (gatekeeping), managing diaries and booking travel, conducting all correspondence, including; email, fax and post, taking minutes in meetings, producing presentations/ documents, typing correspondence, managing budgets and projects, supporting senior management​, events support and processing of expenses. For the more experienced EA, governance and committee secretary duties are often included.

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