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Mar 282017
 


Our client, a Foreign Mission in Accra is seeking to fill its Administrative Assistant role with a competent and matured individual to support its local operations

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Responsibilities

Reporting to the Head of Administration, the jobholder will be part of the administration team with responsibility for general office support tasks as well as attending visitors.
  • Receiving of both incoming and outgoing correspondence, including formal diplomatic verbal notes.
  • Responsible for invitations and RSVPs for the Embassy’s functions.
  • Responsible for manning the Embassy’s switch board
  • Attending to all visitors
  • Arranging meetings and travel as required.

Requirements

  • Minimum of HND or its equivalent from a recognized institution
  • Must have at a least three(3) years in a similar role and environment
  • Must be bilingual; French & English
  • Ability to speak one or more Ghanaian local languages is required
  • Must be proficient in the use of MS Word with good computer skills: e-mails and ability to retrieve information from the internet.
  • Excellent communication and influencing skills are essential

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