This is a newly set-up department of Lyca Group of Companies. The department currently comprises of two people (Group CEO and Advisor to the Group CEO). The Group CEO Office is is the "think-tank" of the Group and is responsible for idea-generation, execution and implementation of all strategic and corporate finance matters globally.
- Maintain calendar and daily to-do task lists for the Group CEO Office;
- Assist in producing email responses, documents, briefing papers, reports and PowerPoint presentations including assisting with sending out NDAs to third-party advisors for execution;
- Devise and maintain physical and online office filing systems;
- Organise and maintain diaries and make appointments/meetings; ensuring their manager/s is well-prepared for meetings;
- Dealing with incoming email and post, often corresponding on behalf of the Group CEO Office;
- Carrying out background research and presenting findings;
- Prepare business and travel receipts for expenses reimbursement;
- Assist with keeping track of staged/milestone payments made to third party advisors;
- Other ad hoc administrative duties and work for the Group CEO Office as required;
- Work closely with other departments and divisions of the Group;
- Meeting and greeting visitors at all levels of seniority;
- Arranging travel and accommodation and, occasionally, travelling with the manager to take notes at meetings or to provide general assistance during presentations;
- Screening telephone calls, enquiries and requests, and handling them when appropriate;
Qualifications and Requirements
- Strong organisational skills, ability to prioritise work, multi task and work to tight deadlines
- Strong PowerPoint skills - Must be able to use PowerPoint to a high-level.
- Excellent research skills
- Strong attention to detail
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Team player but comfortable working on own initiative
- IT literate with competency in MS Word and Excel etc.
- Other European spoken languages beneficial but not essential
- Experience in commercial and corporate law and corporate finance is advantageous but not essential