Monday, September 29, 2008

Job vacancy at Uncef indonesia, Lowongan Administrasi



Title : PSFR Assistant (Temporary Fixed-Term, GS-3 level)
Duty Station : Jakarta
Contract Duration : 31 December 2009

PSFR Assistant (Temporary Fixed-Term, GS-3 level)

· Secondary education background
· Three (3) years of working experience in administration.
· Strong computer skills
· Pleasant telephone manner
· A team player
· Organized and systematic
· Fluency in Indonesia and English
· Ability to work in international and multicultural environment.

Summary of the Post:
Under the general guidance of PSFR Officer, enter donations into Donor Perfect; handle credit card transaction and to work with finance section to keep track of donations and database.

UNICEF Indonesia welcomes applications from qualified Indonesian national candidates for the following vacancies. Each candidate should provide full curriculum vitae, accompanied by a recent identity photograph and photocopies of diplomas addressed to:

Human Resources Specialist, UNICEF

Wisma Metropolitan II, 11th Floor

Jl. Jendral Sudirman Kav. 31 Jakarta 12920

Or send electronically to:

Closing date: 8 October 2008


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