Stacey Slater is an experienced Executive Secretary who has fourteen years of experience performing many high-level clerical and administrative tasks. Including managing information technology, creating presentations and taking responsibility for confidential company documents. Stacey is diligent, competent and has great time-management skills. She has outstanding communication and negotiation skills, dealing with complex and confidential customer enquiries.

She has an ability to support the senior executives by maintaining the executive’s agenda, assist in planning appointments, board meetings and conferences. Stacey attends meetings, keeps minutes, receives and screens phone calls and redirects them when appropriate. She has experience in handling and prioritising outgoing and incoming correspondence, making travel arrangements for executives, prepare invoices or financial statements and provide assistance in book keeping. Stacey has the ability to maintain electronic and paper records ensuing information is organised and easily accessible and monitor office supplies and negotiate terms with suppliers to ensure the most cost-effective orders.

Stacey is experienced in a senior management role, delivering training courses to staff on data protection, complaint handling and customer services skills. In previous roles she has advised customers on mortgage repayment procedures and financial matters, maintaining a non-judgemental approach and confidentiality with clients’ portfolios. She has received numerous ‘Inspired Awards’ for her professionalism and work ethics.

Her professional approach to work contributes to the efficiency of the overall business success by ensuring all assigned administrative duties are carried out on time and efficiently. Her educational accomplishments range from completing courses on data protection, health and safety, health and social care, customer service skills and computer telephony integrations. Stacey is competent in providing organisations and their executives all aspect of secretarial assignments.