- Beijing, Beijing Shi, China
- Permanent, Full time
- Macquarie Group
- 16 Oct 18
Reporting into the Office Manager in Hong Kong you will be responsible for a range of tasks including scheduling and coordinating meetings for senior stakeholders taking place across different time zones, calendar management, creating reports, and high quality presentations. You will also be required to coordinate travel arrangements for stakeholders, edit and proof memos and written correspondence, as well as assist with other administrative office tasks, such as project management, office management and business administration.
With a tertiary qualification in a relevant field, you will have previous experience in an Executive Assistant role with proven ability of working to the highest professional standards. You will have strong communication skills with an outcome focused and detail orientated mindset, coupled with the ability to deliver quality results under pressure. An ability to manage a range of competing priorities and projects and a well organised and self-disciplined is also essential.
Apply now, and to learn more about this exciting opportunity visit www.macquarie.com/about
Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) is a leading global alternative asset manager specializing in four real asset classes: infrastructure, agriculture, real estate and energy investment management. MIRA currently manages $101 billion in AUM which includes over 128 portfolio companies, 300 properties and 2.9 million hectares of farmland across 23 countries.
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Advertised: 27 Sep 2018 China Standard Time