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September 04, 2006

Help Wanted at the Family Research Council

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Charmaine on C-SPAN
Charmaine is looking for an executive assistant, here in Your Nation's Capital. See the job listing here.

Executive Assistant to VP for Communications:

Provide administrative support, advice, and assistance to the Vice President for Communications and facilitate the daily activities of the Communications Department.


August 28, 2006 - Monday

High proficiency in Windows environment (Microsoft Word 6.0, Excel 5.0 and database). Productive, competent and dependable individual with team spirit. Ability to carry out multiple tasks in a busy environment. Keyboard speed of 35 cwpm. Experience in maintaining files. Must have a professional telephone manner. Organized, focused, detail and task oriented. Requires BA degree and a minimum of 3 years experience in providing administrative support for Charmaine_Yoest_Bloomberg_Plan_BApproved082406.jpg


Debating on Bloomberg
senior staff or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Must be productive, competent and dependable with team spirit, able to direct and carry out multiple tasks in a busy office environment. Must have strong organizational, administrative and budget management skills and ability to adapt quickly to changes while executing solid professional judgment.

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Charmaine from FRC on
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Charmaine runs a busy shop.

Hint: Her last four hires read/write blogs. Hint.

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Charmaine blogs at Reasoned Audacity and FRCBlog, and is the wife of Your Business Blogger.

Posted by Jack at September 4, 2006 11:45 AM

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