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Office Manager/Executive Assistant

About the role

We’re looking for a dynamic Office Manager/Executive Assistant who can juggle the demands of an EA role with the responsibilities that come with Office Management. In this position you will wear many hats - you’ll have an active role in organizing and assisting the Executive team while simultaneously supporting the overall business. Ideally, you’re a self starter who can identify ways to make an impact and act on it. This is a great role for someone who is looking to own their function and create a difference within the team and around the office.

Responsibilities

  • Provide day to day support for CEO including calendar management and travel arrangements
  • Manage Executive speaking engagements including coordination and follow up
  • Support, scribe, and follow up on executive team meetings
  • Facilities: Order office supplies and maintain office environment, become point person for office vendors
  • Greet visitors and ensure meetings run smoothly - organize logistics, order lunches, assist in presentation preparation
  • Assist in event coordination including logistics, announcements, and overall experience
  • Support HR with interview coordination, new employee onboarding, and employee recognition program
  • Special projects as needed

Qualifications

  • 2-4 years proven experience in office management and Executive support
  • Superb attention to detail
  • Excellent organization and time management skills - ability to manage multiple projects and tasks with conflicting deadlines
  • Ability to maintain trust and confidentiality
  • Keen ability to anticipate needs and think proactively to avoid potential issues and/or roadblocks
  • Strong sense of urgency and accomplishment - you enjoy completing tasks and projects
  • Bachelor's degree

About the company

A bit about us: while most companies only want you to buy what they’re selling, the Grommet is focused on helping people discover things worth buying. Through our e-commerce shop and wholesale business, we shine a light on great new products from small businesses and help them compete with the big guys, so the best ideas win. Over the past decade, we have discovered and launched thousands of unique and innovative products, including several household brands like FitBit, IdeaPaint, OtterBox, and SodaStream.

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