Question: Just wanted to check to see how other companies are defining their administrative assistants' titles.
For instance, in my company, if your boss’s title is supervisor, you’re a Sr. Clerical Associate; if you work for a manager, you’re an Administrative Assistant I; if you work for a director, you’re an Administrative Assistant II; if you work for an executive (VP/GM), you're an Executive Assistant; if you work for an SVP/brand president, you’re an Executive Assistant II; if you work for an EVP/region president, you're an Executive Assistant III.
I'm currently an Executive Assistant to the VP at a company with more than 40,000 employees.
I have a job interview with a national company and the position reports to a director, but the title is Executive Administrative Assistant.
What are other companies doing? How is your job title determined? -- Executive Assistant to VP
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