Applications are requested from suitably qualified Sierra Leoneans to fill the under mentioned position at the Sierra Leone Extractive industries Transparency Initiative (SLEITI).
Organization: Sierra Leone Extractive industries
Transparency Initiative (SLEITI)
Reports to: SLEITI National Coordinator
Provide administrative and secretarial support to the National Coordinator;
Screen calls and visits and provide routine information to the public;
Oversee, collect, sort, open and distribute mails;
File correspondence and documents, retrieve material from files upon request and record of all filed materials;
Monitor and maintain inventory, administrative records duties and appointment s;
Perform data entry skills to plug-in information into word processing, from letters, database forms and spreadsheets;
Arrange routine correspondence and documents from detailed instructions;
Proof-read, edit and review submitted document for accuracy and completeness;
Compose, organize, design and produce internal reports, minutes and briefings;
Assist in arranging travels, meetings and events.
Applicant must have the following key competencies & qualifications;
Minimum of three years experience in secretarial and clerical duties requiring consideration discretion and independent judgment;
Minimum typing speed of 45 net words per minute;
Ability to take and accurately transcribe difficult dictation
Ability to communicate well (both written and oral) in English;
Proven knowledge of computer applications (MS Word, Excel, Power Point etc)
Applicants should forward their applications, copies of relevant certificates and curriculum vitae including the names of three (3) referees, cell phone number (s) and e-mail address to the Sierra Leone Extractive Industries Transparence Initiative (SLEITI) Secretariat, 29 Dundas Street, Freetown not later than Wednesday 10th August, 2011.
Only short listed applicants will be contacted.
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