This is an open ended contract assignment where individuals will be Staffmark employees working onsite at Taco Bell.

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About the Job:

This position supports a lean, driven team with multiple Directors, and their supporting teams.

The ideal candidate is a high energy individual who is self-directed and able to easily handle multiple and changing priorities in a fast-paced environment.  Strong computer and communication skills are required.  Responsibilities include administrative work such as scheduling and maintaining the VP and Director’s calendars, scheduling travel, budget, accounts receivables/payables, and also being a part of the team to contribute with ideas.  This is an exceptional fit for a relationship focused, results oriented individual. The ideal candidate has a solid background in administrative operations and is ready to tackle projects of all sizes.

The Day-to-Day:

  • Time manage Director and multiple other team members
  • Schedule appointments and continuously track calendar
  • Manage & process invoices; run reports and collect overdue payments
  • Schedule travel for team members
  • Complete expense reports for leadership team
  • Preparing department presentations & memos utilizing PowerPoint, Word, and Excel
  • Manage and track department G&A budget through Excel
  • Manage and track department project spend budgets
  • Maintain information, data, archive presentations, memos, raw data, and key vendors list for quick and easy retrieval
  • The ideal candidate must have excellent interpersonal skills, being able to work with people at all levels within the organization and outside the organization (suppliers, etc.).
  • Interact with senior leadership and other administrative assistants at Taco Bell
  • Coordinate team celebrations to promote company culture and boost morale (e.g. birthdays, anniversaries, team events, new hire welcome, etc)

Is This You?

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills as well as interpersonal and organization skills
  • Advanced computer skills in Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel
  • Have creativity to develop and organize PowerPoint Presentations
  • Experience planning and organizing large on-site and off-site meetings.
  • Ability to prioritize work, demonstrated problem-solving ability, strong detail orientation, and managing information
  • Ability to multi-task efficiently in a fast-paced, high volume, data intensive environment with minimum direction and under very tight deadlines
  • Ability to anticipate needs of Directors and deal interpersonally with a variety of outside business contacts


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