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Personal Assistant Job at Baus Optical

Baus Optical Company Limited is a key player in the optics industry in Kenya. To support her growth strategies, the company looking for a Personal Assistant to the C.E.O and General Manager.

Personal Assistant Job Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 2 years experience working as personal assistant
  • Excellent computer and administrative skills.
  • Good written and spoken communication skills
  • Good planning, organizational and time management skills
  • Discretion and trustworthiness in confidential information.
  • Flexibility and adaptable approach to work.
  • Ability to be proactive.
  • Accuracy and attention to detail.

Duties for the Personal Assistant Job

  • To act as General Manager’s first point of contact.
  • Reminding the General Manager important tasks and deadlines.
  • Liaising with staff, suppliers and clients.
  • Screening telephone calls and making inquiries.
  • Dealing with letters and emails.
  • Arranging meetings and taking notes at meetings.
  • Scheduling of meetings, correspondence and note taking.
  • Helping with time and daily management.
  • Organizing the manager’s diary and making appointments.
  • Standing in for the General Manager in his absence.

How to Apply
Interested candidates who meet the above criteria should apply via email to:
Email: hr@bausoptical.co.ke

The HR Manager,
P.O. Box 54948-00200,
Nairobi
Deadline:10th June, 2017

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