Executive Administrative Assistant- Vaccines R&D
The candidate will be responsible for day-to-day administrative and business support to assigned managers and colleagues, helping our staff focus on advancing Pfizer Vaccines R&D (VRD) portfolio. This role requires interfacing with multiple stakeholders at all levels of research and development organizations internally and at times externally. The candidate will partner with other administrative staff members in a team oriented approach including providing backup coverage as appropriate.
Must be able to perform duties with a high level of professionalism and minimal supervision. Must have the ability to prioritize and work independently, yet be a team player. Handles multiple demands and priorities simultaneously. Must be willing to learn new capabilities. Possess excellent computer skills and high level of proficiency in various computer systems.
- Maintains calendars; makes travel arrangements, schedules routine meetings, and completes expense reports for senior leaders
- Organizes meetings and visits (agenda, reservations, logistics), ensuring appropriate collection, generation, compilation and distribution of meeting materials
- Orders office supplies and arranges procurement of other departmental requirements. May manage relationships with vendors or service providers
- Creates, edits, and formats written material such as presentations, spreadsheets, and documents
- Develops and provides training on Pfizer’s administrative procedures and processes
- Competent in the use of business technologies required for the efficient conduct of meetings, including scheduling and running of teleconferences, video-conferences and face to face meetings.
- Skilled in more advanced Business Technology tools and tasks such as developing and customizing Microsoft Office templates, maintaining departmental intranet sites, generating, analyzing and reporting survey money data
- Assists manager with coordinating interviews and logistics as needed.
- Manages logistical onboarding and off boarding for onsite and regional staff including contractors (e.g. systems and equipment)
- Maintains departmental online storage folders and distribution lists
- Actively administrates all assigned projects, implementing innovative alternatives to ensure achievement of desired outcomes. Provides advice and guidance to other administrative staff.
- Generates reports and analyses as required
- Interacts with line/zone colleagues in a constructive, professional way to process requests and deliver a wide level of service. Builds a good working relationship with colleagues at all levels in all departments/lines. Represents VRD in cross functional teams as required.
- Responsible for independent work output and managing workload allocation and prioritization for VRD administrative pool. Takes personal responsibility for quality of work that impacts supervisor/department/line. Is aware of / can anticipate consequences of own actions
- Independently identifies problems or issues and implements remedial actions
- Other responsibilities/projects based on group needs
- High School diploma required
- Minimum 5 years administrative experience
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Highly proficient command of English language, grammar and basic applied business math are required
Associates or Bachelor’s Degree preferred
- Demonstrated working knowledge and skills regarding general administrative functions: telephone, e-mail etiquette, MS Office, internet, expense reporting, travel arrangement, supply/equipment ordering
- Working knowledge and experience in supporting R&D executives and teams preferred
- Exemplary time management and prioritization skills. Ability to multitask in fast paced dynamic environment while demonstrating resourceful positive attitude and superior work ethic
- Strong sense of urgency and efficiency in completing work. Demonstrated ability to complete complex assignments independently, with high quality and speed, and superior problem solving skills
- Ability to handle sensitive and confidential matters discretely and ensure confidentiality is maintained
Individual contributor responsible for supporting one or more VRD leaders along with group of 100+ scientists.
Pfizer requires all U.S. new hires to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to the first date of employment. As required by applicable law, Pfizer will consider requests for Reasonable Accommodations.
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EEO & Employment Eligibility
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