8 Jun 2016
- 27 Jun 2016

Administrative Assistant, the International Council of Design (ico-D)

ico-D is seeking an administrative assistant to assist with Member relations and management.

Position

Administrative  Assistant, the International Council of Design (ico-D)

Part-time (2 days per week)


Description

We are looking to add a new member to our team!

The administrative assistant will take over a variety of administrative duties to assist with Member relations and management.

*Flexible work hours*
*Pleasant work environment* (diverse and interesting team, well-designed office space with lots of light, international projects)

 

Skills/ Qualifications

  • cultural awareness/ diplomacy (international experience a plus)
  • detail-oriented and highly organized
  • languages: English fluency, a second language a plus (Chinese, Arabic, German, Portuguese, etc.)
  • knowledge of Filemaker an asset
  • comfortable in Microsoft Office (Mac and PC environments)
  • undergraduate degree
  • ability to multi-task, prioritize work
  • a positive attitude and a willingness to adapt

 

Tasks

  • general office administration
  • invoice issuing and tracking
  • accounts receivables
  • database management
  • payment processing and recording
  • record-keeping and periodical verification
  • reporting bi-weekly on the status of accounts and other indicators to management

 

Deadline to apply
27 June 2016

This position is in Montréal. You must have a valid work permit from the Canadian/ Quebec government to be considered. Please send all applications to .


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About us

The International Council of Design (ico-D) is international non-governmental organisation founded in London in 1963 and based in Montreal since 2005. We are a world body for professional design; an umbrella organisation representing more than 140 organisations in 67 countries and regions globally, including national professional associations, educational institutions and promotional bodies. As a non-profit, non-partisan, member-based network of independent organisations and stakeholders working within the multidisciplinary scope of design, we promote the value of design practice, thinking, education, research and policy.