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Job Opening- NATSA Secretary

We’re seeking an exceptionally detail-oriented secretary for a part-time work in NATSA. You will be the point of reference for all queries, requests or issues and will be an integral part of NATSA.


Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $12,000 / year

Work Period: Two-year position (starting from 2021/7/15)


Responsibilities

  • Assist the president with fundraising (including contact potential funders and make conference budget plans)

  • Maintain executive’s agenda and assist in planning appointments, core meetings, board meetings, conferences etc.

  • Attend meetings and keep minutes

  • Manage administrative tasks of the annual conference (AC)

  • Circulate information to NATSA community via listserv

  • Hold the presidential election and the program director’s award competition

  • Issue two newsletters per year

  • Handle and prioritize all outgoing or incoming correspondence (e-mail, letters, packages etc.)

  • Make travel arrangements for invited scholars and NATSA staff

  • Prepare invoices or financial statements

  • Keep office supplies

  • Maintain electronic and paper records ensuring information is organized and easily accessible

  • Maintain NATSA website

Requirements

  • University/college degree or above

  • Previous experience, especially in academic industry, preferred.

  • Proficient in English and Chinese written and verbal communication skills

  • Computer skills

  • High degree of multi-tasking and time management capability

  • Integrity and professionalism

Please email your CV and application form to secretary@na-tsa.org by June 25, 2021, and NATSA will invite the candidate for interview in early July.


Application form: https://www.dropbox.com/s/iqqv1h6p8iwmqrf/2021-secretary-application-form.docx?dl=0

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