Assistant Match has an exciting opportunity for a U.S. based virtual assistant to act as the Executive Assistant and Chief of Staff for a group of businesses run by two busy CEOs. (Please read this description thoroughly prior to responding). This is an independent contractor position.
The main client for this position is Chuck. He runs and is invested in multiple. businesses, with his main one being an AI cyber-security company that works with large corporations. He needs an experienced executive assistant or project manager to assist with the following.
Manage and streamline daily processes for client
So, you are not a tech guru, is there still virtual work that you can do? The simple answer is yes.
Many small business owners need help with tasks that will require someone with a background in web design or web maintenance, social media management, graphic design or even email marketing, however there are still plenty of outsourced tasks that require administrative experience.
To be successful as a virtual assistant, you don’t have to offer everything to a client, but you do need to offer what you do best.
Below are some administrative tasks that many small business owners outsource that won’t require strong technical abilities.