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Executive Assistant (Legal Experience)

DRB Capital is an industry leading annuity purchaser, providing liquidity solutions for people with financial needs. As a pivotal leader in structured settlements, DRB Capital is one of the fastest growing, highly dynamic companies in the South Florida area. We have built an organization driven by excellence and we are looking for people who are excited by the opportunity to join us! Offering an innovative environment guided by outstanding leadership, it’s a perfect platform to demonstrate your talent and build your career.  Energized by the challenges and rewards ahead, we are a passionate team that will continue working on the exponential growth of our business. We are currently hiring a Legal/Executive Assistant to join our team.

Compensation and Benefits:

We offer unparalleled career opportunities, an excellent benefits package and competitive pay. This position is full-time and located in Delray Beach, Florida.

Job Description:

Our ideal candidate is an ambitious individual with strong administrative experience in supporting multiple executives and senior management. They will need to take on various administrative projects throughout the company while providing support and assistance to the executive staff. They must have excellent follow through skills and be able to successfully complete a project from start to finish.

This position reports to the VP of Operations and currently has no direct reports. 

Role and Responsibilities:

  • Prepare and edit correspondence, communications, presentations and other documents
  • Arrange and co-ordinate meetings and events
  • Conduct research, collect and analyze data to prepare reports and documents
  • Liaise with internal staff at all levels
  • Supervise, coach and train lower level administrative staff
  • Review operating practices and implement improvements where necessary
  • Manage and maintain schedules, appointments and travel arrangements

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • Sensitivity to confidential matters is required
  • Strong computer and internet research skills including Microsoft Office Suite
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Project coordination experience
  • Solid organizational skills including a keen attention to detail and demonstrable multi-tasking abilities
  • Strong written communication skills
  • Leadership skills a plus
  • Good business judgment and resourcefulness
  • Experience working in a law firm a plus (i.e. paralegal background)
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