The Economic Justice Programme aims at the expansive goal of economic advancement in which it seeks to influence systemic change on regions, industries, value-chains and capital flows in ways that contribute to building open and socially just societies. It aims to achieve this by deploying a suite of tools, including: investment capital, policy work, civic and community strengthening, and stakeholder engagement. It will deploy these tools individually or in concert depending on local need and context.
The Programme Administrative Assistant is responsible for performing skilled administrative duties and acquiring OSF specific knowledge in the course of performing assigned duties. You will report to the Supervising Programme Administrative Officer and be responsible for providing the highest-quality general administrative support to the non-supervisory level staff of the Economic Justice Programme.
A secondary job responsibility for this position will be Salesforce Administration. The team utilises Altiva-Salesforce as an essential investment tool to track deal flow, investee interactions, and to increase transparency and team communication. Additionally, team members use Chatter, to communicate to the entire team, or other team members regarding general matters, sectors, and regions. You would ensure that the system remains up-to-date and organised, so that it continues to be a helpful and essential tool for all team members.
You must have significant experience managing administrative duties for a team while juggling multiple tasks. You will have demonstrated the highest discretion and diplomacy, integrity, excellent judgment, and respect in his or her relationships with colleagues and have excellent skills in communication and cross-cultural collaboration.
For further information about this role and to apply, please visit the employment page on the Open Society Foundations’ website.
Closing date: 30 April 2019.
We are strengthened by the diversity of our colleagues across the Open Society Foundations. We welcome applications from people of all cultures, backgrounds, and experiences, and are committed to providing reasonable adjustments so that colleagues with disabilities are able to fulfil the essential functions of the job.