Full-Time Executive Assistant to CEO & CFO – Lila
The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for ensuring that the organization is mission-driven, financially accountable, and that services are delivered efficiently and with high quality standards. The Chief Executive Officer serves as the primary point of contact between the Board of Directors and the organization’s employees, as well as between the Board of Directors and external organizations.
Job Title : Executive Assistant to CEO & CFO
Location : Lila, Bohol Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 45.96 per hour.
Company : capital.com
Job Type : Full-Time
- The individual in responsibility of reporting to the board of directors on all financial, operational, personnel, and marketing concerns and activities must do so in a timely and correct manner.
- The company’s culture must have a leader that is both inspirational and approachable in order to attract, retain, and inspire a diverse and highly talented team. All communications and decisions should be rigorous, high quality, clear and available to the public. Openly and constructively communicate with each other. Workplace technology should be more accessible to workers.
- Additionally, he or she has experience managing operational budgets, and understands financial statements.
- Coordinate with our cooperative ideals to manage financial results, ensuring that the company’s plan is strong and generates the most value for shareholders..
- Ensure team members flourish and that corporate objectives are reached by monitoring employee productivity and creating a highly inclusive culture.
- You are responsible for ensuring that the association’s controls, financial and operational performance are being rigorously reviewed on a regular basis (i.e., capital requirements, asset quality requirements, management and staff effectiveness, earnings requirements and liquidity requirements).
- Association ideals and goals must be successfully conveyed to all stakeholders in order for the organization to succeed (all levels of employees, customers, the board, Farm Credit Administration, funding bank and communities, etc.).
- By establishing and implementing local operating procedures and programs, and by applying management systems, controls, and standards in their execution, you may manage the organization’s local operations.
- Provide recommendations and create solutions to assist in the promotion of productive and efficient work procedures as well as creative initiatives.
- Achieve and maintain the organization’s track record of economic discipline and frugality. A thorough review of the organization’s operational and financial aspects is necessary after a thorough strategic planning process. In all facets of the organization’s operation, improve and creatively use technology. Stewardship and high standards must be maintained at all times to protect the public’s faith in the organization.
- Understanding of the basics of managed care, such as delivery system structure, financial concerns, program creation, utilization management, network management, quality improvement, consumer/community roles and responsibilities, and consumer/community roles and responsibilities.
- The ability to handle a wide range of tasks simultaneously, from strategic to administrative, with a proven ability to synthesize, prioritize, and act is an asset.
- Extensive experience in managing and leading people in a variety of capacities.
- A good manager has a lot of skills that are above average, like strategic organizational growth and motivating abilities, negotiation, communication, and interpersonal skills.
- Expertise in a variety of areas including public relations and fundraising; the ability to connect with a broad range of stakeholders.