|Job type||Full Time|
About Our Job
City employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. All persons offered a position will be required to provide valid proof of vaccination prior to starting employment. Refer to the COVID-19 Employee Vaccination Mandate Candidate Q&A for additional information.
At the Department of Housing Stability (HOST), we are committed to support Denver residents. We invest resources, create policy, and partner with various organizations to help keep residents in the homes that they already live in, quickly resolve an experience of homelessness, and connect residents to new housing opportunities. To support these efforts, the department helps to:
Hybrid Work Environment:
HOST is supporting a hybrid work environment for employees that includes a balance of virtual and in-person work. Employees are empowered to work with their manager to determine a hybrid work schedule that best meets the needs of the employee, the organization, and those we serve. Any expected in-person work at downtown offices or other sites will be communicated in advance. Members of HOST's Executive Support team, through which these positions will report, are staffing in person office hours on a rotating schedule for a portion of hours throughout the week to support the HOST team at the Webb building.
Are you a self-starter and passionate about serving the community and finding meaning in your daily tasks? HOST has two Executive Assistant II openings supporting Deputy Directors on our Executive leadership team, as well as some staff support.
As part of the implementation of HOST's vision of a healthy, housed and connected Denver, our Executive Assistants directly support the HOST leaders and team making sure Denver residents have access to stable and affordable housing, as well as shelter.
We are seeking Executive Assistants who are responsive, resourceful, highly organized, customer service focused and tech savvy. These positions will have some public facing exposure and will communicate directly with city partners such as City Council support staff and the Mayor's Office support staff along with external partners. Flexibility in a dynamic environment and the ability to "go with the flow" and adapt to constantly changing priorities are vital to success in these positions. You will need to be able to honor city policies and rules and find creative solutions within the confines of those policies and rules. Confidentiality, trustworthiness, excellent communication skills, and being a team player are highly valued attributes in candidates for these roles.
As an Executive Assistant II, you will:
Manage the Deputy Director's (and other team members as needed) meeting and event schedule to include:
Administrative and Communications Support to include:
Our Ideal Candidate will have some or all the following skills and experience:
We recognize your time is valuable, so please do not apply unless you meet the following required minimum qualifications:
About Everything Else
CA2178 Executive Assistant II
To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here.
Position Salary Range
$22.55 - $33.83
$27.00, Based on experience and education
Department of Housing Stability
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|Employer||City and County of Denver|