"Setting up appointments"
"correspondence, presentations, and reports"
"Prepare/edit executive PowerPoint presentations"
"arranging travel, scheduling meetings"
"prepare high quality presentations and reports"
"proficient to expert level of ability in the MS Office suite"
As you can see, there is emphasis on the MS Office programs, scheduling, and presentations. So you MUST include those words in your resume.
3. Always include a cover letter detailing the exact position you are interested in, where you saw the job listing, and why you are interested, not just that you are interested.
Doing this will automatically make you stand apart from everyone else and will make it clear to the hiring manager what you have to offer and what you are seeking.Also See: Stand Apart, Ms Office, Word Phrases, Won T, Resume, Presentations, Make