These Are The Best Assistant Jobs On LinkedIn This Week
You know it's more than just coffee runs. Executive and administrative assistants basically run the office, and it can be a terrific stepping stone for your dream career.
If you're in the market for a gig that's primed for getting your foot in the door, LinkedIn has some fantastic opportunities for assistants, calling for recent grads right up to seasoned administrators.
Also, who knew that paid volunteer days were a pretty popular benefit? We're totally here for it.
From healthcare to money management, you can be the powerhouse behind the next big thing in a variety of industries. Check out the awesome opportunities below.
If you're an experienced professional looking for a new power job, check out this position at Adobe. The VP of Partners is looking for an EA with eight to ten years of experience, who possess a "let's roll up our sleeves" attitude to support the San Jose office.
Working at Adobe is a fantastic opportunity—think traditional benefits plus exciting perks like an emergency ride home program and exclusive Adobe pricing on travel and shopping.
Time to move your career to Hollywood. With two years of experience and relevant computer skills, you're one step closer to assisting the Vice President of International Policy at Paramount Pictures. The role itself involves attending publicity screenings, which is a pretty sweet perk. If you get the job, you'll have access to an onsite fitness center, car wash, childcare center, florist and more.
We're always highlighting LinkedIn jobs, so why not work for LinkedIn? In this role, you'll support senior executives and executive assistants in a jack-of-all-trades role. If you're proactive and organized, and have two years of relevant experience, this may be the job for you. Childcare, pet care, and paid year-end shutdown await.
This is a great opportunity to work with the senior team of "the front page of the internet." Reddit is looking for an EA with three-plus years of experience, preferably in a startup tech environment, to come support leadership in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. And, if you get the job, there are great opportunities to give back. According to Glassdoor, Reddit offers paid volunteer days.
Miami awaits! In this role at Univision, you'll be working with the VP and Fusion media group (think The Onion, Gizmodo, Jezebel, and more). You must be bilingual in English and Spanish, with two years of experience and a media/broadcasting background. Two jobs in Miami on this list might be a sign from the universe that it's really time to relocate to the town of Little Havana and Everglades National Park.
JANUS Et Cie is a leader in furniture and design. As an EA, you'd be working with the Senior Vice President of Sales on projects from product development and marketing to showroom construction. If you're the kind of person who's Instagram feed is full of beautiful outdoor decorations, check this out. There's no requirement for years of experience, so if you've got any background in executive support or luxury goods, this is totally within your wheelhouse.
PayPal needs an executive assistant, and they're offering up a pretty great gig for someone who might be in the earlier stages of their career. You'll get 10 holidays each year, paid sick leave, and an opportunity for sabbatical after five years of service. Also, we're noticing a trend here: PayPal offers "Give Time," too, for volunteering.
This is a pretty unbelievable opportunity for recent college grads. And you'll be one huge step closer to Robin Roberts and Michael Strahan. Not too shabby. Good Morning America and ABC News Digital need an administrative assistant with one year of post-undergrad experience. They'll even take internship experience in digital media. VIP interaction and high-profile experience awaits.
If you totally understand what ~the cloud~ is, then you're way ahead of most people. And you're one step closer to working as Amazon Web Services' executive assistant. You'll be driving the executive team's key activities, and be rewarded with Amazon's amazing benefits, including discounts on Amazon purchases.
This is the ultimate do-good job for job seekers who are skilled in English and Spanish. The World Health Organization is looking for a fixed-term administrative assistant to work for two years to assist the Pan American Health Organization on emergencies and disasters.
And if you don't have a traditional college degree, don't fret; you can be part of making a healthier world with WHO. The requirements for this position are a high school diploma and four years administrative experience.
Words: Eva Grant
Photo: Daria Kobayashi Ritch