Administrative Assistant (Western Suburbs)

Administrative Assistant (Western Suburbs)
When was the last time you had fun at work? Enjoyed your colleagues? Felt like you were really making a difference?
It's a great time to join our busy, fast growing, independent financial planning firm. Get all the advantages of working with a fortune 500 company in a small business environment. Not only do we take pride in what we do, we have fun.
We're looking for a smart, take-charge person, to work with our financial advisors and wonderful clients. There is no boredom in this job!
Do you
o Make sure preparation for meetings is done in detail and on time?
o Get bothered when things "fall through the cracks"?
o Love keeping yourself and others organized?
And enjoy
o Scheduling and managing events and calendars (no "cold calling")?
o Serving clients so they know they are "the most important people in the world"?
o Preparing itineraries and helping with marketing events?
o Like helping the team stay focused on what is important "today"?
If so, and you
o Love meeting and talking with people
o Feel comfortable working at a fast pace
o Have a passion for excellence
o Are detail oriented
o Have good writing skills
o Are familiar with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and a contact management system
o Have at least 2 Year College degree, with a B average or better
o Are looking for a position with career growth opportunities
We probably are the place you are looking for! Experience in Financial Services or a business/finance degree is a big plus.
Learn more about us at: http://www.mdfinancialadvisors.com
This is a full-time salaried position.
Please send:
o A resume with references, and
o A cover letter stating why you would be a good candidate for us to email removed

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