Executive Assistant to the Country Director, PNG
Are you looking for a new challenge? Want to use your skills in administration to support to the work of MAF reaching some of the most isolated communities across the world?
MAF is seeking an experienced Executive Assistant to work with the PNG Country Director. The EA will assist the Country Director in the day to day tasks of the organisation including management of diaries, events and meetings, taking minutes and managing subsequent actions.
Other duties will include liaising with government ministers, departments and other organisations. This role has a high level of authority to help manage and represent the needs and interests relating to the activities of the MAF PNG Country Director.
You will need to have good experience with administrative support, and be detail orientated to assist the Country Director and Deputy Country Director in the administration of all the day to day matters affecting the function of the organisation.
This will include personal assistance to the Country Director, management of events and meetings, minute taking and report writing and reception responsibilities.
You will also need to be highly organised to assist in special tasks, such as assisting the Country Director in liaising with government ministers, departments and other organisations, including the aviation industry CEO core group, partner organisations and regulators (CASA, Air Services, Accident Investigation Commission and NAC).
There’s scope for you to be creative to plan and carry out events such as staff welcomes, farewells, and celebrations which occur throughout the year, in conjunction with the HR Department.
Qualifications, Skills & Experience
Good secondary school education with a high proficiency in English
Proficiency in the range of MS Office tools
3+ years experience as an Executive Assistant, including liaison, publication and communications experience
Experience of working in a cross cultural environment
Knowledge of the aviation industry, its terminology and regulations