What We Look for in an Executive Assistant
It is important that you see solutions – even though initially you cannot think of one – and that you stay focused when everything around you is happening at a hectic pace. You should be curious, flexible, structured, fluent in English and able to think out of the box. You enjoy using your skills in problem solving, decision making, prioritization, organization, networking and communication.
I learn something new every day, and intend to grab all the opportunities I can to explore new territory and learn even more.
We like having people around us who are interested in learning and developing their skills. Whether you have been here one day or ten years, you can always learn new skills and develop in your EA role. A fast pace, new ways of thinking and changing plans are just every-day-life at the office, and this is what drives us, and should be what motivates you. We expect you to add value, nothing less.
Our EAs have diverse educational backgrounds such as cand.merc., cand.mag., bachelors as well as work experience within hotel management, PA positions, Stagiere. One thing we have in common is our high level of service orientation, and we thrive on supporting the consultants in making their best performance.