About the Role:
Reporting to the President, the Executive Assistant will serve as a confidential secretary to the President, and act as a liaison between the Association and outside agents. In addition to general administrative work, the Executive Assistant will be in charge of scheduling meetings, taking minutes during meetings, producing reports or presentations, and providing internal and external event management.
The Executive Assistant role is well suited to an experienced senior administrator with a positive, professional demeanor and who thrives in a high paced environment. This individual will have hands on experience in an Executive Assistant role, including experience working with a Board of Directors, collaborating with a management team and coordinating events. The ability to handle multiple tasks/projects, balance competing deadlines, collaborate with others, and effectively communicate will be key to success in this role.
This position posting will remain open until filled, however those interested are encouraged to apply by July 15, 2021.
To apply, please visit: https://www.ziprecruiter.com/job/8b25b712
For all position inquires please contact Heidi Tiller, People Services Manager at 306-525-0175 ext. 264 or *******@**********.**.
Thank you for your interest in this career opportunity, only those selected for the interview process will be contacted.
Annual salary: $50,535 - $75,800
In 2019, the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA) was proud to be recognized as one of Saskatchewan's Top Employers. The SCSA is a high-performance organization with talented and dedicated employees who are passionate about safety. The SCSA is always open to receiving resumes from talented people who thrive in a challenging environment built on teamwork and respect. If you are looking to build a career in the health and safety industry, and want to excel at a job that is both demanding and rewarding, the SCSA would like to hear from you.
The SCSA is an equal opportunity employer that offers competitive wages and total compensation to their employees. Some of the many benefits include:
ABOUT THE SCSA:
The construction industry funds the SCSA to provide cost-effective, accessible safety training and advice. The SCSA aims to reduce the human and financial cost of injuries. Registered March 22, 1995, the SCSA is, since inception, committed to injury prevention. Serving almost 10,000 member companies, with business offices in both Regina and Saskatoon, the major business units of the association are:
The vision of the SCSA is to create the Safest Construction Environment in Canada through its mission of Constructing Safety Leadership.
For more information about SCSA visit, www.scsaonline.ca.