Project Assistant for Administration - Philippines

Short-term contract
Fixed-term insertion contract
Localisation Philippines
No remote
2 yrs of exp.
Posted on 04-26-2024

Non-Timber Forest Products – Exchange Programme Asia

Acting as catalyst in empowering local organizations that work with forest dependent communities towards sustainable maangement of forested landscapes and ecosystems

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NTFP-EP Asia is hiring a Project Assistant for Administration for the AFOCO-NTFP-EP-Asia roject "Capcity Building on Enhancing Resilience to Forest Fire and Strengthening Local Livelihood and Market Linkages" in Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Vietnam (AFOCO CLMV Project).

This is full-time work with a 6-month probationary period. The salary range is from Php 30,000 to Php 35,000 gross per month commensurate to qualifications, with basic government-mandated benefits. This position is open to Philippinne-based applicants only. (Note: Project duration is December 2025)

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Application for this position is open until 5:00 PST of 30 April 2024 (Tuesday). Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted after the date.

  1. Preferably with a university degree in Business Administration/Management or any related course minimum of 2 years working experience as an administrative assistant providing administrative and logistical support to projects including booking flights and hotel reservations and other travel requirements;
  2. Preferably with work experience with a regional/international development organization, non-governmental organization or civil society organization;
  3. Good database and data analysis skills;
  4. Meticulous attention to detail and ability to perform tasks with accuracy and efficiency;
  5. Good organizational and time-management skills;
  6. Strong interpersonal skills, able to work in a multicultural environment and a team player;
  7. Good computer skills, particularly Microsoft Office365 programs and online platforms;
  8. Can communicate (write and speak) in English;
  9. A self-starter and deadline-driven;
  10. Willing to trave and flexible at work;
  11. Knowledge of and interest on issues related to natural resource management, indigenous peoples' and women's rights is an advantage;
  12. Can exercise high level of integrity, accountability, and confidentiality.