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Executive Assistant (to Sales Director)

  • Are you on time every time and happy to get up early for an occasional 7:00 am meeting?
  • Do you have a good sense of humor?
  • Do others make fun of you often for being too organized?
  • Do you have impressive computer skills with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint)?
  • Can you type at least 40 words per minute? (There's a test! Try it now to find out:
  • Are you typically able to figure things out by yourself?
  • Are you a good listener and detail-oriented?
  • Do you have excellent communication skills, both in writing and in person?

Join us at Morris-Jenkins, voted #1 Top Workplace in the midsize category by Charlotte Observer in 2016! Our company culture is unmatched (we know how to have fun!). See for yourself by viewing the Morris-Jenkins YouTube Channel. Help us help our customers feel comfortable in their own homes!

Morris-Jenkins is the market leader for residential HVAC service in Charlotte, NC, and already in Plumbing service too after just launching a few months ago. We are proud of our past and even more excited about our future. Morris-Jenkins Co. continues a 59- year trend of growth and stability. Our customers love us and keep recommending our services, so we're trying to keep up with the constant demand.

SUMMARY DESCRIPTION: Primarily responsible for providing administrative support for Sales Director.


  • Administratively support the Sales Director
  • Prepare correspondences and organize calendar/inbox of the Sales Director
  • Prepare briefs for upcoming meetings, take notes, and create action plans
  • Prepare data for sales reports
  • Must be able to maintain professional conduct and appearance in all work situations
  • All other duties, as assigned by manager


  • Prior experience with executive administrative support and reporting
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Attentive listening skills, sharp memory, strong organizational skills, and proactive execution
  • Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills
  • Advanced computer skills, including Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Ability to type at least 40WPM, please test yourself here:
  • Keen ability to work accurately, efficiently, and manage multiple tasks at once
  • Ability to fluently speak, read, and write in the English language


  • Bachelor degree
  • 3+ years of experience with executive administrative support and reporting
  • Strong analytical and consultative skills, particularly in regards to spreadsheets

We are proud to offer:

  • Competitive pay
  • Generous PTO awarded
  • 7 paid holidays
  • Medical, dental, vision, life, long & short term disability insurance
  • 401(k) Retirement plan
  • An awesome work culture!
  • Brand new state-of-the-art facility
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