LiveRamp is the leading data connectivity platform. We are committed to connecting the world’s data safely and effectively, advancing innovation, and empowering people to do good. Our platform powers customer experiences centered around the needs and concerns of real people, keeping the Internet open for all. We enable individuals around the world to connect with the brands and products they love. LiveRampers thrive on solving challenging problems for the good of humanity—and we’re always looking for smart, kind, and creative people to help us get there.

Mission: LiveRamp makes it safe and easy for businesses to use data effectively.

 

As the Senior Executive Assistant to the CEO, you will have far-reaching impact across the organization with a front-row seat to the inner-workings of a high-growth company. This is a strategic partnership with the CEO and the Leadership Team that requires engagement at the business level, a deep understanding of LiveRamp’s product and positioning in the marketplace, thoughtfulness, confidentiality, and a supreme bias for optimization. Equivalent roles in other companies would be called Executive Business Partner.

This is a fast-paced opportunity in downtown San Francisco for a professional who is a very bright, get-things-done, proactive, entrepreneurial, and service-oriented person. No task is too small or too big for you to take on. You take pride in delivering the highest quality work product and finding efficiencies in your role. You will support and work alongside a talented, humble, and incredibly busy group of C-level executives, and partner closely with a team of stellar executive assistants and stakeholders across the organization. You enjoy working with different personalities and prioritize a multitude of competing demands with ease.

The ideal Senior EA can confidently run executive staff meetings, effectively manage Board of Directors (BOD) agenda, prep and logistics, and navigate complex calendaring, with an ability to gracefully context-switch between all scenarios with ease. As a trusted member of the team, you will be a confidante on all topics relating to strategy, growth, operations, prioritization and feedback. You will be a key stakeholder in both confidential and high-visibility projects across the Leadership Team.

CRUCIAL TO THIS ROLE

Proactivity: Lots of people can check off tasks on a list, but do you anticipate potential issues before they snowball, and take action to remedy? Do you identify ways to streamline processes across the business? Do you consistently seek a better solution than the status quo? Do you have the influencing skills to drive change?

Time and stress management: Roll with both a sense of calm and urgency as your leaders and colleagues seek your support from a number of different directions. You must be naturally tenacious and driven.

Long hours: This role is not only an amazing opportunity, but it is also a lot of work and requires presence in the SF office at least 2-3 days per week. You must be flexible to be in the office when the CEO is in the office. Expectations of this person are very high, so we’re looking for someone who enjoys being connected and moving things forward, even when not in the office.

 

About you: 

  • Previous project management, chief of staff and administrative experience, ideally supporting a CEO or C-suite member in a 1-1 partnership at high-growth organizations.
  • Stellar verbal and written communication skills.
  • Capacity to be aware of, control, and express your emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically.
  • Organized and detail-oriented - you must love creating order out of chaos.
  • Experience organizing team events and off-sites.
  • Intellectual curiosity paired with a high growth-mindset.
  • You’re committed to your growth and development as a project manager and EA.
  • You can easily handle stress and you are unflappable.
  • You’re fluent in all tools of G Suite on Google Cloud, and could lead a workshop on day one.

Benefits:

  • People: Work with talented, collaborative, and friendly people who love what they do.
  • Fun: We host in-person and virtual events such as game nights, happy hours, camping trips, and sports leagues. 
  • Work/Life Harmony: Flexible paid time off, paid holidays, options for working from home, and paid parental leave.
  • Comprehensive Benefits Package: Medical, dental, vision, life, and disability. Plus, mental health support (via Talkspace), flexible time off, parental leave, family forming benefits, and a flexible lifestyle and wellbeing reimbursement program (up to $375 per quarter, U.S. LiveRampers)
  • Savings: Our 401K matching plan—1:1 match up to 6% of salary—helps you plan ahead. Also Employee Stock Purchase Plan - 15% discount off the purchase price of LiveRamp stock (U.S. LiveRampers)
  • RampRemote: A comprehensive office equipment and ergonomics program—we prove you with equipment and tools to be your most productive self, no matter where you're located.
  • Location: work in the heart of San Francisco 

 More about us:

LiveRamp’s mission is to connect data in ways that matter, and doing so starts with our people. We know that inspired teams enlist people from a blend of backgrounds and experiences. And we know that individuals do their best when they not only bring their full selves to work but feel like they truly belong. Connecting LiveRampers to new ideas and one another is one of our guiding principles—one that informs how we hire, train, and grow our global team across nine countries and four continents. Click here to learn more about Diversity, Inclusion, & Belonging (DIB) at LiveRamp.

LiveRamp is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer (AA/EOE/W/M/Vet/Disabled) and does not discriminate in recruiting, hiring, training, promotion or other employment of associates or the awarding of subcontracts because of a person's race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, protected veteran, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetics or other protected status. Qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records will be considered for the position in accordance with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. 
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