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Executive Assistant to the CFO 

About the Organization Brownells, A 2nd Adventure Group Company


At Brownells, we Empower the Spirit of Independence and Adventure. Our passion is connecting gunsmiths, firearm enthusiasts, collectors, hunters, competitors, and protectors with products that outfit and enhance their spirit of independence and adventure. Brownells is the preeminent all-things-firearms company in the world.


Founded in 1939 in Montezuma, IA, Brownells' storied history of connecting firearm and firearm accessory manufacturers with freedom-loving customers is unrivaled. We believe the spirit of independence and adventure is a mindset - in the office, on the range, in the field or with your family. It is the foundation - and reason - for everything we do.


Our Values


•R.I.C.H. (Respect, Integrity, Courage, Honesty)


•Power of the Platform (collectively leveraging our unique brands)


•Purpose Driven Performance


•Relentless Creativity & Innovation


By joining Brownells, you will help us inspire, educate, and outfit adventure-minded, freedom lovers across the world with products that outfit their passion.


Why Adventure With Us? Put simply, our adventure is fun! If working in a fast-paced, hobby-based business where growth and exploring new frontiers every day excites you, then WE WANT YOU!


Our team is diverse, inclusive, and obsessed with new ideas. We put our customers and employees and their families at the forefront. As a third-generation, family-owned business, we understand the need for a great benefits package, professional development opportunities, adventure incentives and most importantly, flexibility in schedules to allow for the most time possible with your loved ones.  
Division Brownells  
Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time  
Description

Adventure Summary

The purpose of the position is to perform senior level administrative and general office duties for the Chief Financial Officer. Manages schedule, arranges appointments, travel, meetings, conference calls, etc. Work requires some analysis and use of initiative and independent judgment. Requires extensive knowledge to perform a variety of non-routine duties and resolve problems that vary in nature and complexity. May assist in projects, compose routine correspondence, standard and ad hoc reports, and other materials. Maintains professional demeanor and uses tact, discretion and confidentiality at all times. Recognized as an individual contributor. Works with limited supervision with some latitude for independent judgment. May assist other peers while out of office and participate in off-site activities on occasion.

What You Will Do

Main Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for managing all facets of CFO schedule, including commitments to internal and external organization, to ensure optimal use of time including but not limited to:
    • Schedule set up, schedule adherence, plans and coordinates the work of self and others
    • Organization of all routine and non-routine activities, materials, and activities to accomplish goals efficiently and effectively
    • Preparation of communications and technology requirements and coordination of venues and other associated accommodations
    • Ensuring CFO is in the right place, at the right time, with the right materials and information, and is briefed on the purpose and intentions of all meetings prior to meeting times, and may include preparing executive summaries
    • Capable of handling special projects and making independent judgments
    • Responsible for making and managing all travel details to ensure travel runs according to plan, meets quality standards, and is error free
    • Reinforces values of CFO's high standards of ethical behaviors, acting with honesty and integrity, and through diplomatic and respectful communications
  • Responsible for ensuring the accurate and on-time execution of administrative duties such as transcription, file and document management, answering phone calls, screening calls, responding to requests from third parties that do not require CFO intervention and are role appropriate, processing outgoing mail, etc., whether performed by self or others
  • May provide confidential administrative services on a professional and personal level:
    • Reviews and directs invoices for approval and signature
    • Gathers relevant information and uses it to provide a fact-based rationale for decisions and actions
    • Travels with C-suite as needed to coordinate activities
    • Uses planning materials such as day planners or computer programs to keep track of and plan ahead for future obligations
    • Reviews and answers correspondence
    • Manages and processes personal administrative activities for CFO
  • Builds and sustains positive professional relationships that are helpful in the pursuit of achieving goals
  • Makes progress on multiple tasks without letting any 'slip through the cracks'
  • Responsible for planning, budgeting, implementing, directing, evaluating and revising company events related to employee activities
  • Maintains an understanding of the core values of the organization and acts in ways that are consistent with it
  • Makes a good impression by presenting an image and personality that quickly gain the respect and good-will of others by:
    • Understanding the needs and concerns of others
    • Exhibiting a polished presence
    • Exuding confidence and encouraging it in others
    • Using active listening and assertive speaking techniques
    • Conveying a sense of concern for the well-being of others
  • Gains the trust of all stakeholders by being honest, ethical and accountable:
    • Behaves consistently and predictably
    • Proves dependability by always following through on commitments
    • Demonstrates a high standard of ethical behavior
    • Keeps sensitive information confidential
  • Works collaboratively with others
  • Performs administrative duties such as transcription, file and document management, screening calls, responding to requests from third parties that do not require CFO intervention and are role appropriate
  • Performs special projects and assignments as needed
  • Maintains knowledge of the technology required for success in the role
  • May mentor and assist less experienced peers and display leadership as needed
 
EOE Statement Brownells, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, creed, color, religion, national origin, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, age, genetic information, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other characteristic or status protected by law.

If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the employment process, please contact us by email at careers@brownells.com and let us know the nature of your request and your contact information. Requests for accommodation will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Please note that only inquiries concerning a request for reasonable accommodation will be responded to from this e-mail address.

For more information, view the EEO is the Law Poster and Pay Transparency Statement.  

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