Executive Administrative Assistant Vacancy In Roku

Hiring Organization / Company: Roku
Basic Salary: To Be Discussed
Employement Type: Full-Time



Job Details:

The future won't be televised. It will be streamed.


Roku is changing how the world watches TV


Roku is the #1 TV streaming platform in the US, and we've set our sights on powering every television in the world. Roku pioneered streaming to the TV. Our mission is to be the TV streaming platform that connects the entire TV ecosystem. We connect consumers to the content they love, enable content publishers to build and monetize large audiences, and provide advertisers unique capabilities to engage consumers.


From your first day at Roku, you'll make a valuable — and valued — contribution. We're a fast-growing public company where no one is a bystander. We offer you the opportunity to delight millions of TV streamers worldwide while gaining meaningful experience across various disciplines.


About the role

Roku is looking for a proactive Executive Administrative Assistant who can manage the myriad of details that make any multi-national company tick like a Swiss watch. You'll be expected to work on multiple projects in a fast-paced environment, performing all administrative duties supporting multiple executives/management (SVPs, VPs, Directors). We need someone with strong verbal and written communication skills and must be able to track various projects. You will be handling confidential documents, writing correspondence, and supporting management and teams across global time zones in this position. This is a non-exempt position.


What you'll be doing

  • Providing daily support for executives: Manage calendars, travel arrangements, and expense reports, etc.
  • Support coordination across remote offices in conjunction with the Director of Staff.
  • Coordinate meetings and company events as needed as a member of the event team (set-up, food orders, company off-sites, parties, etc.).
  • Interact daily with other executive assistants to partner on company-wide projects and communication activities.
  • Create PO's and review/approve invoices for payment for related vendors.
  • Be the back-up for various functions and provide coverage as needed.

We're excited if you have

  • The equivalent of 7+ years' experience as an executive administrative assistant with experience juggling multiple projects at one time.
  • Proactive nature with exceptional attention to detail.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently as well as be part of a team.
  • Ability to work with all levels of the company across multiple locations.
  • Highly organized, with excellent follow-up and tracking skills.
  • High level of proficiency in Outlook/email, calendar scheduling, and Microsoft Office.
  • Previous working experience working in a fast-paced environment with fluctuating priorities and deadlines a must.
  • Previous experience in a high-tech engineering organization is highly desired.

The Roku culture

Roku is a great place for people who want to work in a fast-paced environment where everyone is focused on the company's success rather than their own. We try to surround ourselves with people who are great at their jobs, who are easy to work with, and who keep their egos in check. We appreciate a sense of humor. We believe a fewer number of very talented folks can do more for less cost than a larger number of less talented teams. We're independent thinkers with big ideas who act boldly, move fast and accomplish extraordinary things through collaboration and trust. In short, at Roku you'll be part of a company that's changing how the world watches TV.


We have a unique culture that we are proud of. We think of ourselves primarily as problem-solvers, which itself is a two-part idea. We come up with the solution, but the solution isn't real until it is built and delivered to the customer. That penchant for action gives us a pragmatic approach to innovation, one that has served us well since 2002.


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Job Location Information:
City: San Jose
State: Ca
Country: Us
Location: San Jose, Ca
Job Listing No# : 15059

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