Sheryll Law, PC
Are you an excellent planner and organizer? We’re hiring an executive assistant to provide administrative support to the team lead and help us achieve our organizational goals. Your role is key to ensuring plans are made, schedules are set, meetings happen on time, and files are neatly organized and up-to-date. Ideal candidates are proactive, love diving into projects, working with others, and are interested in playing a big role in the vision of our organization. If this sounds like you, apply below!
- Execute other tasks as assigned by executives like picking up orders, arranging personal appointments, etc.
- Screen incoming information from messages, phone calls, voicemails, memos, and emails, compile information, and report to an executive
- Oversee scheduling, including arranging accommodations and travel, managing itineraries, and setting up team meetings
- Serve as the main contact for high-level executive
- Ensure basic bookkeeping duties are completed
- Impeccable time management skills, organizational skills, interpersonal skills, and communication skills
- Must be comfortable using Microsoft Office
- Accustomed to working on strict deadlines and handling confidential information
- At least 2+ years of experience as an executive assistant, or experience performing supportive duties
- Must have graduated high school or received an equivalent certificate of completion
$44,000 - $53,000 yearly
About Sheryll Law, PC
Our firm helps people protect their hard-earned legacy from probate, long-term care expenses, and unnecessary taxes by planning ahead. We believe everyone should make an estate plan to protect as much of their money as possible.
We are here to guide our clients through the complicated probate, tax, and long-term care laws, achieve positive results, and help them provide a legacy for their families. It is incredibly important to us that our clients come out of an extremely emotional process where their future may quite literally be on the line feeling that they had a legal team behind them who really cared, fought for them, and gave them a voice.