Candidates will need to demonstrate (essential capabilities, stack ranked by importance):
- Executional excellence: You have the organizational skills, meticulous attention to detail, high sense of responsibility, and generalist skill set to take on a wide range of high priority tasks in support of the CEO and executive team. You are dependable, and always deliver quality work.
- Executive level communication skills: Your written (including decks) and verbal communication is compelling and precise. You can quickly take complex concepts and communicate them briefly, simply and persuasively. You’ve demonstrated the ability to communicate at executive or board levels of large companies or organizations.
- Structured problem solving: Strategic thinking, in particular the ability to break complex problems down into component parts. The ability to lead on and enjoy both strategic and tactical work is key;
- Analytical capability: You’re confident creating, scrutinizing and improving everything from revenue models to pivot tables. You’ve repeatedly done the work to make sure complex business reporting data is accurate, but you’re also able to cut out the noise by identifying the 2 or 3 most salient data points to inform decision making.
Additional capabilities we’ll consider (bonus capabilities, demonstrating strong skills/experience in at least 1-2 of these will help the best candidates stand out):
- Emotional intelligence and ability to establish strong and trusting relationships with colleagues;
- Designing or leading organizational change management around new goals, priorities, team changes or projects;
- High initiative, self starting capabilities; the demonstrated ability to identify and seize opportunities for impact in messy, uncertain contexts without direction or oversight;
- Mission and values alignment, demonstrated through a history of actively contributing to the causes or communities that you care about in meaningful ways;
- Facilitation skills; you design thoughtful meeting processes/agendas and are skilled at chairing or facilitating meetings or sessions that make progress on high stakes discussions with senior stakeholders.
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