ÜberschriftBusiness Executive Assistant
AnzeigentextThe European School for Advanced Veterinary Studies ASIA (ESAVS ASIA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to organizing high quality small animal veterinary post-graduate study programs in China and Southeast Asia. It is a branch of EAVS ASBL (Luxembourg) which has more than 25 years of experience in veterinary education in Europe and Asia (www.esavs.org).

The International E-Learning Veterinary School (IEVS) is a new project of ESAVS ASIA, dedicated to the development of novel high-quality e-learning tools for small animal veterinarians, in a first step for veterinarians in China.

The ESAVS ASIA office is located in 55765 Birkenfeld, Germany.

We are searching for a Business Executive Assistant.

The position covers a wide range of business activities.

Your tasks:

1)For the IEVS Project

• Supporting the IEVS project development;
• Communicating mostly with veterinary professionals from Europe and the US;
• Supporting the technical development of the e-learning website, maintaining and updating the content of the website;
• Fundraising/writing applications for grants.

2)For regular ESAVS Asia activities

• Registering and supporting course participants from Asia;
• Coordinating and supporting local ESAVS course organizers in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia etc.;
• Supporting marketing activities for ESAVS courses in Southeast Asia.

Your Profile:

You should be communicative, pro-active and possess:
• Organizational and managerial skills;
• Excellent communication skills in English (mandatory) and German;
• Advanced skills in information and communication technologies;
• Knowledge of social media and digital marketing tools.

The position is a long-term employment.

Please send your application including a CV, certificates and two letters of recommendation to Mrs. Sabien van der Velde, ESAVS China & SE Asia, BIG Center, Am Bahnhof 2, 55765 Birkenfeld. Email: ea.hans.koch@esavs.org
StatusGeschaltet am 07.01.2018, Aufrufe: 106

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