Executive Secretaries

Job Description

Executive secretaries provide high-level administrative support by conducting research, preparing reports or handling requests for information. They also prepare correspondence, reeve visitors, arrange conference calls and schedule meetings. Executive secretaries may also train or supervise lower-level clerical staff.

Academic Requirements

Executive secretaries obtain training through both experience and education. Skills learned through on-the-job training include bookkeeping, operating office technology and the use of data information systems. Students looking to enhance their job skills through education may consider an administrative assistant associate’s degree program.

Executive Secretaries
$40-60
Thousand
Average
Salary
Low
Patient
Interaction
0%
Job
Growth
 
None
Blood
Interaction
High School diploma or equivalent
Education
Required

Schools

Baker University – Kansas City

7501 NW Tiffany Springs Pkwy, Suite 102
Kansas City, 64153
School results are based on career category, not specific degree field. For specific program and degree information, please visit the school page.

Professional Organizations

National Association of Executive Secretaries