Jobs at SOS Children Village International in Austria
Position: Assistant to the International Director Region
- Fulfill administrative and organizational tasks (e.g. time schedules, correspondence, documentation and filing, minutes, travel arrangements) to support the IDR in running the IOR.
- Organize a meeting, travel logistics and facilitation of meetings.
- Provide liaison and manage/coordinate internal communication in order to ensure a smooth and efficient flow of information within different stakeholders.
- Be the contact person for and support coordination of crisis management, for integrity & compliance issues in the region as well as for procurement in the IOR Vienna office.
- Provide first-level technical and general assistance and support to IOR Vienna, including maintaining and managing the virtual collaboration platform.
- Prepare reports and presentations in order to support the IOR/IDR in reporting obligations.
- University Degree in business administration or other relevant subject area or relevant technical diploma/certification in Office/Business Management with considerable relevant experience. In addition to that, at least 3 to 5 years of professional experience in administrative and operational support.
- Previous experience of working in an international environment/organization would be beneficial.
- A proactive, solution-oriented and structured way of working as well as highly proficient in the use of Microsoft Office tools (PowerPoint, Excel).
- Used to work independently and proactively with a high sense of discipline and self-management.
- Strong organizational skills and demonstrated ability to multitask and judge priorities under tight deadlines.
- Demonstrated ability to ensure total discretion and confidentiality.
- Fluent English as well as German language skills.
- Furthermore, applicants must hold a valid Austrian working permit or be eligible to work within the EU.
SOS Children’s Villages is an independent, non-governmental, nonprofit international development organization headquartered in Innsbruck, Austria. The organization provides humanitarian and developmental assistance to children in need and protects their interests and rights around the world. The first SOS Children’s Village was founded in 1949 in Tyrol, Austria by an Austrian philanthropist Hermann Gmeiner. Since its establishment in 1949, today, SOS Children’s Villages is active in 135 countries and territories worldwide.
If you are interested in this position, please send your detailed e-mail application in English by 29 November 2019 at the latest to [email protected], SOS-Children’s Villages International, www.sos-childrensvillages.org/