Velocity is a top Incubator in Canada where tech founders build extraordinary companies. Throughout our 12-year history, Velocity has supported >400 companies that have created >5,000 jobs and raised >$2.4B in private capital to date. Our highly talented team has been essential to Velocity’s success and we’re looking for an Administrative Assistant to help our team deliver founder-centric programming and set our founders up for success.
We’re laser focused on fostering an environment where early-stage startups can grow and thrive. For this reason, the Administrative Assistant role is very dynamic and encompasses a variety of responsibilities with a unique opportunity to learn and utilize new skills. Beyond staffing our reception area and being the first point of contact for all inbound inquiries and visitors, the Administrative Assistant executes daily operational and data maintenance tasks that greatly contribute to multiple strategic projects.
If you are an exceptional communicator with a passion for learning, community building, creating new relationships, and have an overall curiosity about tech, we’d love to hear from you!
This position operates at the Velocity Incubator in downtown Kitchener and is an in-person role. A full set of responsibilities for this role can be found here.Apply Here
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