Lowongan NGO Spanish Red Cross Padang – Coordination Officer

Posted on October 27, 2009. Filed under: Jobs, NGO, Works at NGO | Tags: , , |

Spanish Red Cross Padang Subdelegation was established after the Earthquake in September 2009 in order to assist Indonesian Red Cross for Padang Emergency Response.
Spanish Red Cross is looking for a person to be based in Padang as Coordination Officer.
Contract Period: 6 months.
Salary: SRC standard.
Report to: Head of sub-delegation.
The SRC Coordination Officer serves as an assistant to the Head of Subdelegation assuming responsibility for a wide variety of coordination and administrative matters.
Summary: Performing administrative and office support activities. Analyzing the general needs and weaknesses of the SRC office in Padang and developing proposal in order to improve the general functioning of the office. Attending to institutional meetings, word processing, short translation, budgeting control, specify and manage relation within different actors in the movement of RCRC and other
Qualification & Experience
* University Degree
* 2years work experience in a similar position
* Experience of working for the Red Cross/Red Crescent is preferred or at least in INGO.
* Have a good capability in spoken and written English and computer skill
* High Management and Communication skillPlease submit your application letter addressing the above qualification and experience with your curriculum vitae latest on 25th October 2009 to:
Email: src.padang@gmail.com and put a copy to ralonso@cruzroja.es or
Spanish Red Cross Office
Jl. Damar I, No 15 A.
Sumatera Barat


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