of Remote Executive Assistants
Dear Executive Assistants,
If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that Executive Assistants can provide top-level support and succeed for their principals/bosses by working remotely.
Here at ProAssisting, we’ve been working remotely for clients since 2018. We used to have to explain to people considering our service what ‘remote work’ actually is. Needless to say, we don’t have to explain that any longer.
The question for you is: Do you like working remotely and are you dreading heading back into the office and the commute that goes along with that?
Another question: Have you looked at working with virtual assistant companies and realized that the compensation being offered -too low- and the number of clients you need to partner with -too many- isn’t in line with your experience or current compensation?
We’d like you to consider a third option—an option that leverages and compensates you for your career’s worth of experience while being able to ‘do what you do’ for your principals/clients remotely. And we want to hear from you.
What is different about being a ProAssisting Remote Executive Assistant?
What do we look for in our partner Executive Assistants?
Is any of the above speaking to you? Were you nodding along? Please take a look at our list of position requirements and submit your information below.
Thank you for your time and we look forward to hearing from you.
All the best,
Stephanie Bull & Ethan Bull
P.S. – If you have submitted your information to us before and really feel that you’re what we’re looking for, please re-submit and we promise to reply to everyone who applies.
5+ years of experience working as an Executive Assistant – in-person or remote – to C-suite executives, business owners, entrepreneurs or known personalities
As a top-level Executive Assistant, you understand that your role is a combination of Business Partner + Chief of Staff + Project Manager + Assistant/Scheduler + Personal Assistant
US Based (currently)
Strong balance between proactiveness – when you can see two, three or four steps ahead of your principal – and reactiveness when the unexpected arises
You possess poise under fire
Discretion with sensitive information – you think along the lines of attorney-client privilege with the information you handle
Your interpersonal skills shine through email, phone and video conference
Desire to ‘WOW’ your principals in both little and big ways
When you hear the term high-touch hospitality, you instinctively understand what that means
Type A personality ‘at work’ who keeps their own score and HATES making mistakes
Ability to transfer your working style and tactics easily between Google Gmail, Microsoft Outlook or any other email, contacts and calendar system
Sense of urgency when appropriate
Ability to work business hours in your time zone
Ability to work from home in an ‘office’ environment: high-speed internet access; modern computer with 8G of RAM+; Bluetooth headset; smartphone; quiet environment for calls and video calls without interruptions from kids or animals