Reporting to the Chief of Staff and Impact and directly supporting the two Co-CEOs, the Executive Assistant will support the Educators for Excellence’s next phase of development by providing high-level administrative and logistical support to the Office of the Co-CEOs (the OCC). The Executive Assistant will focus on flexibly and responsively addressing day-to-day and longer-term needs to sustain the efforts of the Co-CEOs. In order to maximize the productivity and efficiency of the Co-CEOs, the Executive Assistant will create, revise, and maintain systems and assist with projects owned by the Office of the Co-CEOs.
The ideal candidate is a highly organized, detail-oriented, and relational professional who has experience supporting executives, and loves being the person behind the scenes to ensure things run smoothly. This person is able to see the big picture and understand organizational priorities and distill that into clear to-do items and calendar priorities for the Co-CEOs. This person is also a culture leader - someone who embodies E4E’s core values, cares deeply for this organization and our team members, and can influence and motivate others effectively.
This is a unique opportunity to operate at a high altitude within E4E, gaining insights on all elements of what it takes to run a multi-million dollar national nonprofit organization. By supporting two CEOs who oversee a wide variety of teams, there will be opportunities to learn about functional areas ranging from development, operations, programs, and people/HR work. Career growth opportunities include taking on discrete projects within the OCC to increase the alignment, efficiency, and impact of the organization with a pathway to promotion into roles such as Project Manager and Chief of Staff.
Responsibilities: What actions will you leverage day-to-day?
Core Values: What beliefs do you embody? How do you approach your work?
Positional Skills - What can you do well?
Functional Knowledge - What do you know a lot about?
Reporting to the Chief of Staff and Impact and directly supporting the two Co-CEOs, the Executive Assistant will support the Educators for Excellence’s next phase of development by providing high-level administrative…
Educators for Excellence (E4E) is committed to valuing team members holistically in appreciation of their contribution to the organization’s success and for the good they create for society as part of our mission. While there are many facets of the “Total Rewards” package that come with working at E4E, compensation is a significant factor in a team member’s decision to work here. As such, we strive to attract, retain and reward top talent by offering competitive salaries and benefits that are equitably and transparently administered. Therefore, we do not engage in salary negotiations - our first offer is always our best offer! Within this range, our competitive, non-negotiable salary offer will be based on a candidate’s relevant experience and credentials, role-related competencies assessed through our robust hiring process, and geographic location.
Educators for Excellence (E4E) believes in providing employees with benefits to support self-care, wellness, and financial stability. We value the whole person and provide benefits such as; paid time off, health insurance plans, competitive salaries that include pre-tax benefits, and cell phone reimbursements. See more information about our benefits here.
Applications should be submitted by our application deadline of September 30, 2021.
E4E is an equal opportunity employer. We predominantly partner with low-income communities of color. Therefore, though race and other identity markers are never used to make final hiring decisions, we place a particular focus on recruiting staff members who share the backgrounds of the communities we serve.
Educators for Excellence (E4E) is committed to valuing team members holistically in appreciation of their contribution to the organization’s success and…