Executive assistant

This is a high profile, well paid and much sought after position. Typically a one-to-one role for an executive board member, it will include extensive diary management, often being the decision maker in scheduling appointments and acting as the interface between the individual and their boss’s direct reports.
An EA has access to sensitive information and must display both discretion and a comprehensive understanding of the business. The role is likely to include a substantial amount of liaison with clients and other senior level PAs. EAs will often accompany their bosses on overseas business trips and are seen as a crucial part of the business, a true right hand to its leaders.
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Personal assistant

Historically a PA would work on a one-to-one basis with a senior member of staff. Today, as professionals become more IT literate, this role increasingly encompasses event management, research and ad hoc projects. A PA role can be very diverse, with a strong business focus.