Provide high-level administrative support, as well as undertake research, communications, and project work. Our Client Based in Newcastle (with offices in Sydney and the mid north coast) this dynamic and expanding mid-sized regional law firm is seeking an Executive Assistant to take on a pivotal position, providing professional administrative support and assistance to the Managing Director, as well as undertaking interesting research, project and communications work. The Role Supporting the Director of the firm, you will have the responsibility of managing and coordinating a wide variety of administrative tasks, liaising with internal and external stakeholders, and undertaking research projects. Key duties include: Provide high level administrative support to the Director, with a focus on extensive diary management. Ensuring the Director is appropriately briefed and prepared for internal and external meetings, advising on any emerging or topical issues Drafting or reviewing high-level, complex correspondence. Undertakes research projects for a range of business functions. Maintaining an understanding of business critical or sensitive issues that may require the immediate attention of the Director Working collaboratively with relevant senior leadership or practice area representatives and external stakeholders to ensure that information required by the Director is received in a timely manner. What we are looking for This role would suit a confident administration professional who shares a passion for the law, and providing fair and equitable outcomes and justice. In addition you will demonstrate the following: Exceptional written communication skills including demonstrated experience in drafting correspondence, presentations, and reports Previous experience working in a dynamic, sensitive environment. Research and project management skills. A calm, flexible, well organised disposition under pressure. Benefits Part time role – school hours an option Salary circa $75K, pending experience. Newcastle CBD location Challenging and interesting work Professional, high-achieving work culture For further information or for a confidential discussion, please contact Jenny Newell on 0499 033 073 or Ciaran McGreevy on 0409 900 686. Monica Clare Recruitment supports their employees and wider community by building an inclusive, culturally capable and diverse workforce. We welcome applications from people that identify with a disability, LGBTIQ, refugees, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander or that come from culturally diverse backgrounds. Monica Clare strongly believes in dismantling barriers faced by minority groups. We embrace opportunities to contribute, learn and educate so that the experiences of our clients, candidates and community are fair, equal and respectful. We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Traditional Owners of the land on which we work and live. We pay our respects to the First Peoples of this country, their culture and Elders past, present and emerging. We recognise that this land was and always will be Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land because sovereignty was never ceded.