We are seeking an administrative assistant to support the IA in key actvities, primarily in coordination of logistics and financial matters related to: ~10 university research teams, who will need to be guided in the logistics of tracking and reporting expenses; other contracts for research with local NGOs who also need to track and report their expenses; trainings, meetings, and other activities that the IA and Management Plan Coordinator need to arrange.
• Coordinate closely with the Gulf of Mottama Project’s finance office, through HELVETAS, on submitting expense claims and supporting documents form research teams
• Advise and assist research teams in the preparation of allowances and travel claims .
• Assist the IA and the Gulf of Mottama Project Management Plan Coordinator in submittig advance requests and expense claims to the Gulf of Mottama Project Finance Office
• Coordinate closely with the IA and Management Plan Coordinator in arranging logistics for key activities, particularly for research teams
• Assist staff with cash advance requests and book hotels, flights, taxi, etc. as required.
• Working with Gulf of Mottama Project administrative and logistics staff and/or township cluster coordinators to arrange activity venues, invite participants, prepare budget advance requests, report expenses
• Assist in taking meeting minutes and in coordinating translation of meeting minutes
• Facilitate coordination between GoMP and collaborators, including Worldview International Foundation, Myanmar, and Point B Design + Training’s Myanmar Coastal Conservation Lab
• Data entry based on activities, including summary of participants and beneficiaries
• Any other duties and assigned by supervisors
Carry out any other duties you may be called upon to perform from time to time by your supervisor.
• Bachelor's degree in business administration or related fields.
• Ability to properly and carefully follow procedures for administrative and coordination tasks.
• Experience in coordinating logistics and tracking activity expenses
• Strong computer skills, especially Microsoft Word and Excel, and strong typing skills
• Excellent coordination, organizational, and communication skills
• Proficient in verbal and written English and local language.
• Willing to be based in Mawlamyine, Myanmar
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