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Executive assistants co-ordinate administrative procedures, public relations activities and research and analysis functions for members of legislative assemblies, ministers, deputy ministers, corporate officials and executives, committees and boards of directors. They are employed by governments, corporations and associations.
- Establish and co-ordinate administrative policies and procedures for officials, committees and boards of directors
- Analyze incoming and outgoing memoranda, submissions and reports and prepare and co-ordinate the preparation and submission of summary briefs and reports to executives, committees and boards of directors
- Prepare agendas and make arrangements for committee, board and other meetings
- Conduct research, compile data, and prepare papers for consideration and presentation by executives, committees and boards of directors
- Meet with individuals, special interest groups and others on behalf of executives, committees and boards of directors to discuss issues and assess and recommend various courses of action
- Liaise with departmental and corporate officials and with other organizations and associations on behalf of executives, committees and boards of directors.
Wages for Executive Assistants in Prince Albert Region
Wages depend on job requirements and work conditions. They also vary between regions, for reasons such as location, labour agreements, and the availability of workers. The wages below are estimated before taxes.
|Prince Albert Region||15.00||22.42||30.00||NoteLink opens in a new window|
|Regina--Moose Mountain Region||15.00||22.42||30.00||NoteLink opens in a new window|
|Saskatoon--Biggar Region||15.00||22.42||30.00||NoteLink opens in a new window|
|Swift Current--Moose Jaw Region||N/A||N/A||N/A||Note|
|Yorkton--Melville Region||15.00||22.42||30.00||NoteLink opens in a new window|
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