Well, do you? Nintendo of America is currently hiring! Looking at the list of responsibilities and requirements, it seems like being Reggie's assistant would be one hell of a hard job. What sticks out at me especially is the one requirement: "Ability to relay information with tact and diplomacy." So does that mean that if you give Reggie any bad news, you might end up the victim of a vicious wiimote beating? Sincerely doubt it, but it's funny as hell to imagine.
Hit the jump for the requirements for the job.
Description of Duties
Provides support of a highly complex and responsible nature to Company President
Performs advanced, diverse, and confidential duties that may be administrative in nature or project based
Interfaces with high level internal and external contacts requiring considerable discretion and initiative
Researches background material and collects data for reports, speeches, and correspondence
Updates and distributes highly confidential product planning report
May carry out assignments relating to civic or committee activities involving fund raising, membership drives, board meetings and social functions of senior management
Screens, routes, and/or independently handles a significant number of phone calls and e-mails
Manages executive’s schedule including travel, speaking engagements, trade events
Prepares expense reporting and speech materials including PowerPoint presentations
Prepares and maintains Action Memos
Organizes all details of several offsite workshops each year
Summary of Requirements
Eight years related experience
Broad and comprehensive experience, including a thorough knowledge of the organization, including policies and practices
Detailed knowledge of organizational operations, procedures, and personnel
Excellent PC skills including Windows, Word, and Excel
High level expertise with PowerPoint
Ability to relay information with tact and diplomacy
Bilingual in Japanese/English preferred
Vocational certification as an executive secretary, or equivalent
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