What you'll do Overview The Executive Assistant performs a diverse level of administrative support for the executive. They may manage various projects, calendar, budget and travel for the executive and their department. Coordinate and maintain effective office procedures in accordance with company policies. Provide response to inquiries; manage incoming and outgoing correspondence and calls. A high degree of professionalism is required in dealing with internal and external contacts as well as being a good team player. Specific Responsibilities Include: Creates/composes and edits memos, letters, and minutes; researches and prepares executive presentation material. Compiles, inputs and tabulates data/statistics for reports. Performs advanced analyses and recommends course of action. Interacts as liaison between executive and staff members/business associates by relaying information; coordinates programs; arranges meetings. Develops, monitors, and revises executive's schedule, coordinating busy travel schedules and booking travel. Maintains sensitive and confidential issues and inquiries for executive, including personnel, wage, budget, and strategic information. Conserves executive's time by screening and responding to telephone calls and E--mails on behalf of the executive. Anticipates situations and acts to resolve them. Researches information and conducts preliminary analyses of data and reports findings. Fills out reports/expense vouchers; reconciles vouchers to credit card statements and makes adjustments. Prepares department's budget, consolidates departmental budgets, prepares variance reports, reviews and analyzes monthly P&L statements, reconciles variances and reports findings. Works closely with the Budget office. Attends executive-level meetings, composes/transcribes and distributes meeting notes. Plans meetings, executive functions and special events, including securing locations, determining food and beverage menus, selecting entertainment/gifts and determining transportation logistics. Wendy’s is the world's second largest quick-service hamburger company and was built on the premise, "Quality is our Recipe®," which remains the guidepost of the Wendy's system. Today, Wendy's and its franchisees employ hundreds of thousands of people across more than 6,700 restaurants worldwide with a vision of becoming the world's most thriving and beloved restaurant brand.