Job Details

Headquarters – Shreveport, LA

$60,000.00 – $65,000.00 Salary/year


Job Title:               Executive Assistant to CEO
Department:          Corporate
Location:               1826 Claiborne Avenue, Shreveport, LA
Wage Category:    Exempt
Reports To:           President & Chief Executive Officer (PCEO)

Overview: The Executive Assistant is the senior official who provides support to the President & Chief Executive Officer (PCEO). The position requires the incumbent to use good independent judgment and discretion in conducting Executive and Board level responsibilities and to meet strict standards of confidentiality and trustworthiness in fulfilling responsibilities in a fast-paced environment.

Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Administrative Support

  • Schedule, coordinate, and/or ensure administrative and logistical support for executive meetings, staff meetings, outside events, and assist with company social events, including, but not limited to reserving conference rooms, site selection, ordering audiovisual equipment, ordering food, taking meeting minutes, etc.
  • Organize and manage demanding calendars as well as assist with setting priorities for the PCEO and Executive Team with a complex schedule of business and personal matters.
  • Assist with daily time management schedule for PCEO, ensuring PCEO is punctual for daily meetings, anticipating any conflicts, issues and rescheduling appropriately. Confirming and coordinating appointments and logistics.
  • Primary gatekeeper and personal liaison for PCEO.
  • Receive and screen incoming telephone calls for the PCEO. Direct calls to other personnel or reply to inquiries without referring to supervisor.
  • Draft correspondence (emails, letters, etc.)
  • Review applications, contracts, and other documents with PCEO.
  • Manage contract filing system.
  • Conduct and prepare research the PCEO may require.
  • Ability to quickly assess any given situation and manage it with a professional and skilled response.

Transportation Support

  • Manage travel arrangements for PCEO and Executive Team and others as necessary (flights, accommodations, and ground transportation).
  • Occasionally traveling off-site and providing transportation for the PCEO to meetings and events.
  • Run errands to perform shopping requirements as needed.

Financial Support

  • Report concerns about financial transactions to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Administration.
  • Reconcile company credit card accounts in a timely manner to ensure on-time payment. Report concerns about credit card transactions to the CFO and Administration.
  • Prepare and process expense reports via the expense management system; Track credit card receipts and reconcile monthly for PCEO and Senior Leadership Team.

Board of Directors Support

  • Work with Board officers, committee chairs, and members to arrange meetings as needed, including logistical support such as reserving meeting locations, ensuring the good working order of applicable technology, etc.
  • Prepare and transcribe Board and committee meeting materials, including draft agenda, meeting minutes, and other materials as needed.
  • Ensure responses are received from intended meeting attendees, including obtaining written proxies as needed.
  • Serve as primary support to collect answers to Board inquiries from relevant staff, and conduct other duties as requested.


  • Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is required.
  • Experience: A minimum of three (3) years of professional experience in an executive assistant/support position. Prior experience supporting multiple executives and board members is a plus.
  • Specialized Knowledge: Self-starter who can work independently while carrying out numerous assignments. Excellent oral and written communications skills, including a strong sense of grammar, punctuation, and written communication style guidelines. Strong organization, problem-solving, and computer skills, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, and internet proficiency required. Excellent judgment and an ability to handle confidential work with tact and discretion.
  • Core Competencies: Accountability, communication skills, ethics/integrity, customer care, job knowledge, technical skills. Strong organizational skills and ability to multitask. Capable of anticipating needs of PCEO. Remain flexible and calm to handle high stress situations with conflicts and projects.
  • Availability: Occasional availability for evening and weekend work.
  • Travel: Must be willing and able to provide transportation for the PCEO. Travel overnight (up to 10%).
  • If sighted, a current driver’s license and insurance is required.
  • Ability to work with people who are blind and/or disabled.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.