Executive Assistant to CEO

The School Improvement Network was founded in 1991 to Provide Solutions to Increase Learning in Today's Schools. This rapidly growing organization is looking for an extraordinary Executive Assistant to assist the CEO & President with scheduling, organizing, communicating, and more. Qualified candidates will have had extensive experience assisting company executives, exceptional writing and listening skills, and will possess a high degree of professionalism. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
Managing and protecting the CEO's time through strategic scheduling and prioritizing
Coordinating and preparing company and executive events
Delivering & accepting meeting requests
Gathering data from department heads
Prioritizing, responding, and following-up on emails
Obtaining bids for various projects
Ensuring project deadlines are met
Ensuring contracts are signed & delivered appropriately
Making travel arrangements (flights, hotel, cars, etc.)
Running work-related and personal errands
Coordinating and planning with executive's & stockholders' family members
Maintaining list of contacts
Organizing hard copy mail
Printing, scanning, and other general office duties
Assisting others in the office as directed
Staying "one step ahead" of the CEO
Employee Type:
Full-Time Employee
K-12 Education
5+ years related experience
Base Pay:
Competitive (DOE)
Quarterly & Annual
Generous Holiday Pay & PTO
Health & Dental Insurance
401(k) with match
Bachelors Degree preferred
The School Improvement Network was founded in 1991 to Provide Solutions to Increase Learning in Today's Schools. Now, as the leading provider of practical and sustainable media-based school-improvement solutions, our work services the needs of thousands of districts and schools across North America. Well-known brands, such as The Video Journal of Education, PD 360, and the SINET Learning Framework are all produced by the School Improvement Network. To produce our comprehensive library of professional development resources, the School Improvement production team has documented, in video and print, the best practices in over 3,000 classrooms across North America. We have worked with dozens of the most respected experts in education, and annually produce a large volume of media-based training materials, including DVDs, books, and online video.
We are deeply passionate about helping every student, teacher, and administrator be successful. In order to accomplish this goal, we are committed to actively seeking out the most talented people for each of our open positions. We are pleased you are considering joining us and look forward to getting to know you through our application process.
Thank you for your interest in joining the School Improvement Network!
3+ years related experience
Willingness to work more than 40 hours per week
Desire to learn new things
Excellent writing ability
Exceptional performance in school
Detail oriented
Record of keeping things confidential
Key Competencies
Contact: Peter Johnson
Email: peter.johnson@schoolimprovement.com
Please forward your cover letter and resume to peter.johnson@schoolimprovement.com.

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