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No two days as the Executive Assistant are alike, with each day bringing new challenges and tasks. You’ll typically start your day with a check-in with the CEO to review his daily schedule and to discuss any tasks or upcoming projects. You will help him prioritize his appointments, monitor and respond to his correspondence, and help him prepare for meetings. Depending on his requirements, your day may have you researching and booking an upcoming trip, visiting his home to meet with tradespeople, running personal errands for him and his family, or organizing a party or event.
You are a energetic, professional, discreet, and self-motivated individual who can anticipate and prioritize obstacles before they arise.
Earls Kitchen + Bar is a family-run business, launched by father and son, Leroy Earl “Bus” Fuller and Stanley Earl Fuller in the early ‘80s and is also one of North America’s most successful independent restaurant groups. There are about 7,000 employees at 69 locations from Vancouver to Miami. Earls started with a simple idea: a laid-back burger and beer joint. Earls' early success was based on innovation, the best ingredients and great service.
While keeping these core values, Earls has become a trend setting high end restaurant group known for ‘unchaining the chain’ with customized new build locations, and innovative improvements to existing restaurants. We are a force to be reckoned with in the restaurant industry where employees and partners feel a strong sense of pride representing the Earls brand.
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Earls is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace, free from discrimination. We believe bringing together people of all backgrounds, experiences and abilities is essential to our success, and brings us closer to living our purpose to Make Life Awesome.
All employment decisions inclusive of recruiting, hiring, compensation, promotions and terminations are based on qualifications, competencies and merit, without the consideration of any legally protected ground. Reasonable accommodations are available upon request.