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The Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE), Canada’s premier business association, is looking for a dynamic, creative Administrative Associate to join its team in Ottawa.
You are well organized, efficient, and are able to work in a cross-functional team environment. In this position, you will provide day to day administrative support to two Vice Presidents. This will include managing schedules, emails, developing a tracking system and arranging meetings. You will also undertake specific research at the request of the Vice Presidents.
You will have a college certificate or equivalent, advanced word processing skills, possess strong interpersonal and organizational skills, are able to juggle priorities and adapt to change. You have bilingual capacity.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your letter of application and resumé for confidential consideration by January 5, 2015 to:
Canadian Council of Chief Executives,
99 Bank Street,
Fax: 613 238-3247
The CCCE is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a diverse workforce. We offer a competitive salary and a complete range of employee benefits for this full-time position.
Founded in 1976, the CCCE is a non-partisan organization that engages in public policy research, consultation and advocacy. Its members lead companies that collectively administer $6 trillion in assets, employ more than 1.5 million men and women and are responsible for most of Canada’s private sector exports, investment and training.
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