- Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.
- Experience in an administrative role working in a technology or international environment.
- Ability to speak and write in English fluently.
- Experience in an administrative role for executive management (e.g., calendar management, event planning, leading projects, travel scheduling/booking, budgeting, and taking minutes for meetings).
- Ability to adhere to an expectation of complete confidentiality on all business matters.
- Ability to build and maintain constructive working and communications relationships.
- Excellent communication, project, and stakeholder management skills.
About the job
As an Administrative Business Partner, you're at the heart of your team's business operations and activities and the soul that keeps your team moving forward. You anticipate the needs of your managers and team members and help them stay focused on their projects by resolving operational and administrative issues before they arise. You move quickly with the changing environment and are up to date with the latest Google products and services. You also use that knowledge to strategically support your team's projects. In addition to being organized and analytical, you possess the strong business judgment and communication skills needed to interact with a variety of people and job functions.
Administrative jobs at Google are staffed by organized and dependable people driven by a common company goal: to help us accomplish great things. Working behind the scenes, we make a significant impact on the people we support as well as on Google users around the world. We're adept at leading and managing a variety of simultaneous projects, which requires the particular talent of being able to communicate effectively with all levels of the organization.
- Collaborate with the Global Administrative Business Partner team to ensure successful execution of regularly scheduled domestic and international meetings, events, or projects.
- Partner with your Vice President to help them scale themselves across their broader organization, often acting as their proxy.
- Perform an extensive array of administrative tasks in a timely manner while maintaining careful attention to detail, including calendar management, travel arrangements, preparing and tracking expense reports, and meeting organizational deadlines.