JOINT INTERNATIONAL ADMINISTRATOR/EDITORIAL ASSISTANT
JOB TITLE/POSITION: Joint International Administrator/Editorial Assistant
LOCATION: Plovdiv, Bulgaria, but the post holder may sometimes be required to work at other locations nationally and internationally with prior arrangements. Hence there is some travelling involved subject to prior arrangements.
A Corporate Secretary/Legal Officer and Editorial Technician is required to provide general secretarial, legal duties, editorial technical work, attending meetings and hearings with appointed representatives, assisting in report preparations, dealing with queries, assisting in undertaking company secretarial work involving complying with legal requirements at the Companies House, and other Governmental Agencies, working as a case worker on sponsored community projects and legal matters, and general administrative duties as required from time to time in the Collaborated Community Health, Social care and Education Services, and the collaborating international organisations in the community projects, including, the sponsored Fellows in the community or, community projects sites and other institutions as required. The projects are based on undertaking various legal activities, research in healthcare issues and medical education, administering various community projects, assist in the work on the application of new technology in healthcare, and education, websites administration, and assists in the editorial work and production of various publications for journals and books. Summary of the general duties is stated below.
SUMMARY OF GENERAL DUTIES:
The potholder would be required to undertake the following duties (please note that duties stated in the below are just for guidance and there may be other administrative duties to undertake in the position):
RATE OF PAY: The rate of pay will be as per the rates payable to secretaries and administrators in Bulgaria.
HOURS: Up to 10 hours per week, but may be required to do more hours during special events and deadlines requirements.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING: Training will be given where required in all aspects of the job.
DURATION: Up to 3 months. There may be an opportunity for the term of employment to be extended subject to availability of funds in the project, and other factors
The right candidate would be required to be educated to a degree/further education level minimum, but candidates with equivalent qualifications can apply. The potholder is required to be computer literate and must have experience of working with Microsoft Office Suite packages, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Publisher etc. Must be able to use Emails and have knowledge of how to work on the Internet. Web editing knowledge is an advantage, as the candidate will be required to liaise with the Webmaster and Internet facilities providers. Previous administrative, Personal Assistant or Secretarial experience is an advantage. Possession of Full Driving Licence is also desirable, although not essential. References and enhanced Criminal Record Bureau (CRB) or Police checks and reports are required. We would pay for this to be carried out, as it is the requirement for the position due to the nature of the work involve.
Very good knowledge of both written and spoken English is essential. Knowledge of Bulgarian or any other foreign language will be desirable, but not essential for the right candidate
HOW TO APPLY:
Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org . Short listed candidates would be invited to interviews and completion of other recruitment forms.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATION: 2 November 2016
International Association of Health Care Professionals (IAHCP) is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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