Job title: Senior Assistant, GBIC Executive Office
Job description: Performs a variety of highly responsible, confidential and complex secretarial and administrative duties for the GBIC Executive Office. The incumbent acts as a liaison between the GBIC research fellows, partner agencies and the general public, and attend meetings, prepare minutes and reports, maintains confidential and sensitive information.
- Assist in organizing and coordinating GBIC events
- Manage GBIC online platforms, including GBIC website, WeChat accounts, Twitter, Facebook etc.
- Act as the liaison person responsible for connecting and communicating with the media, GBIC partners and the general public.
- Draft meeting agendas, attend meetings and write meeting memos, reports and the other related documents.
- Provide assistance and support for various GBIC programs, projects and initiatives.
- Produce weekly essay monthly newsletter
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required:
- Willingness to take the initiative
- Bachelor degree or above required
- Excellent writing skills in both English and Chinese
- A professional appearance, combined with outstanding interpersonal and verbal communication skills
- Excellent time management skills
- Attention to detail and accuracy
- 3+ years of experience in a professional support role
- Strong project management skills coupled with the ability to work creatively, efficiently, and independently to produce high-quality results
- Demonstrated experience with Microsoft Office applications; some basic or intermediate knowledge of the Social Media is preferred
Contact information: Please send your CV/Resume to email@example.com
The Grizzly Bear Institute of Canada is a non-profit, independent organization based in Vancouver, Canada, founded by local Chinese academics and entrepreneurs. Its mission is to facilitate the exchange of research, education, business, and culture between Canada and China, to engage the recent and newly immigrated Chinese community, and to provide consultation services for the commercialization of scientific achievements.