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CAO (Chief Administrative Officer)
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What does a CAO (Chief Administrative Officer) do?

CAO (Chief Administrative Officer) is responsible for all administrative operations in the company. CAO manages his departments and supervises optimizations in the company. Through his actions, CAO contributes to the implementation of the company’s strategy.


Role in the organization:

If you have a successful experience as a CAO, you are a born leader, and organization is your middle name – it seems that we are meant for each other. We are waiting for your application.

Our requirements:

  • at least two years of experience in a similar position in the management team
  • experience in building strategies and business plans
  • understanding of business functions and experience in operational management
  • ability to work with a budget
  • strategic thinking and business sense
  • very good communication skills
  • experience in strategy and team management
  • ability to solve problems
  • knowledge of the English language
  • higher education in the field of the subject

Your responsibilities:

  • support in building strategies and business plans
  • management of subordinate departments
  • tracking trends and news on the market
  • implementing improvements and optimization
  • taking care of internal and external administrative operations
  • best practice of resource and budget management
  • troubleshooting
  • representing the company outside
  • reporting your work to the management board

Benefits

  • the opportunity to develop and improve your competences within interesting projects
  • work in a well-coordinated team of specialists in their field
  • great freedom in making decisions
  • working with the most modern toolset
  • team integration events and endless coffee and tea

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