executary

Related to executary: Executory Contract

executary

(ɪɡˈzɛkjʊtərɪ; -trɪ)
n, pl -aries
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a person whose job comprises tasks appropriate to a middle-management executive as well as those traditionally carried out by a secretary
[C20: from execu(tive) + (secre)tary]
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Office Angels, the leading secretarial recruitment agency, has launched the search for the UK's Executary of the Year.
The Executary of the Year award scheme, in its eighth year and run by recruitment consultancy Office Angels, has begun its search for this year's contestants.
This year alone, Robert Muckle has won three national awards for recruitment, Executary of the Year and for their work in the community."
And what, when it's at home is an 'executary?' A tag coined - seemingly unsuccessfully - by a high-street recruiter who wanted to rightfully acknowledge the increased breadth of responsibility and diversity of role of today's PA.
Mrs Anderson, personal assistant to the director of St David's Hotel and Spa in Cardiff Bay, beat more than 2,000 hopefuls to Office Angels' Executary 2002 award.
OUR in-tray is filling up with entries as we hunt for the UK and Ireland's Executary of the Year with Office Angels.
Debbie McCormack, practice manager at Robert Muckle Solicitors and PA to managing partner Hugh Welch, has been named "Executary of the Year" at a prestigious awards ceremony held in The Ivy restaurant in London.
We've teamed up with Office Angels, the leading secretarial recruitment agency, to search for the UK and Ireland's Executary of the Year.
Office Angels is set to begin the search for its top 'Executary 2001' by asking UK bosses to nominate their secretaries for the title.
While some recruiters now use the terms executive secretary, business assistant or even office manager to describe top secretaries, Office Angels, which has a major Birmingham office, opts for executary.