Executive Assistant & Office Coordinator


Cred is looking for an EA & Office Coordinator to join our Boise team. As part of this division, you'll be a huge force in the office & integral in making Cred successful. It's a highly detail-driven role & requires someone who is a flexible perfectionist, understands technology platforms, understands tech startups and is a doer. Candidates must be friendly, hands on, persistent, creative and passionate about Cred and what we're doing. Sound like you? 


What we're looking for in you:

  • 3-5+ years experience in Office Management & Organization 

  • 3-5+ years of proven experience as an Executive Administrative Assistant 

  • You are an excellent communicator who works well with a small team. 

  • You are mission-driven and highly entrepreneurial. We value people with a strong sense of ownership, that are inherently kind, with a high bar for quality, and a data-driven decision-making process 

  • You're great at seeing around corners and anticipating needs. If you see a problem, your instinct is to fix it. 

  • Superior organizational and multitasking abilities


This Role Includes: 

  • Coordinate daily calendars of the CEO and senior managers 

  • Plan appointments and events (ex. management off-sites) 

  • Make travel arrangements 

  • Serve as the point person for administrative duties including maintenance, mailing, supplies, equipment, bills, errands, shopping 

  • Help organize office operations 

  • Help manage office budget and reporting 

  • Assist in the onboarding process for new hires 

  • General support to visitors 

  • Plan in-house and off-site activities, e.g. workshops and focus groups



  • Competitive compensation

  • Equity incentives

To apply, email us a cover letter and your resume at jobs@getcred.io or click the button below:

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