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DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT II , Resource Development-Office of Philanthropic Partnerships , to coordinate the activity of a busy office within Resource Development. Will manage the flow of work in an office dedicated to the coordination and direction of the fund-raising strategy for the solicitation of gifts from principal gift prospects overseas; anticipate and initiate actions regarding office operations in Philanthropic Partnerships, Resource Development, and across the institute; directly support the senior director, Global Initiatives (Asia) and a philanthropic advisor; and collaborate with development associates on several projects.
REQUIRED : a high school diploma or its equivalent; three years' experience working in a busy office supporting high-level administrators or executives; wide ranging knowledge of office procedures; ability to independently organize, prioritize, and carry out detailed procedures in a busy office setting with minimal supervision; initiative; ability to manage a high volume of work; tact and god judgment in handling confidential information; excellent interpersonal skills; and proficient writing, editing, and proofreading skills; expertise with e-mail and electronic calendars; project management experience; organizational skills; and a flexible approach to the working environment. Experience with Macintosh computers and Microsoft Word and FileMaker Pro software desired. Experience in an office that operates globally would be a plus. Strong preference will be given to those who are fluent in Mandarin. Job #17030-5
Internal Number: 17030
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