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Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Job Opportunity: East Asia
Executive Assistant, East Asia Practice
Full-Time Job Annual Salary
Approximate Hours Per Week: 40
DEADLINE: November 30, 2016
High-profile international strategic advisory firm seeks a bright, resourceful, and energetic individual to be an executive assistant in the administrative support team for the East Asia practice.
Must have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and work experience
Have experience handling a wide range of business executive support functions
Have excellent verbal and written communication skills, including proofreading and editing experience
Must be well-organized, flexible, able to anticipate change, perform well under pressure, and be familiar with current political and business issues
It is critical that the candidate is able to work in a fast-paced environment while maintaining a high level of professionalism and confidentiality
Must be a team player who takes initiative, anticipates needs, and adapts to demanding and fluid situations
A record of professional or academic experience on-the-ground in East Asia is strongly preferred as is proficiency in an East Asian language, including Korean or Japanese, or Bahasa Indonesia
DEADLINE: November 30, 2016 Interested candidates should send a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to email@example.com. Salary is commensurate with experience.
Your Graduation Date does not fall within the desired range for this position:
Graduation Date (Start) Jan 2014 - May 2016 Degree Level(s) Bachelors / Undergraduate Work Authorization Legally authorized to work in the United States and will NOT now or in the future require employer sponsorship for employment authorization. (i.e. H-1B)