To gain experience in the operation of overseas conservation projects, providing assistance to theProgramme Manager (Operations) and supporting the overseas operations team with regards to screening, reviewing and interviewing staff as well as providing administrative support. The successful applicant will have a key role in the day to day logistics of an international NGO.
MAIN DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Ensure that all communications are recorded effectively;
- Developing alternative recruitment strategies
- Assist with the development and administration of programs, procedures, and guidelines to help align the workforce with the strategic goals of the company.
- Assist with staff recruitment including sending invites to candidates and arranging interview sessions; and organising the information in a relevant way;
- Assist with the set-up and co-ordination of the pre-departure Field Staff Briefing & Training;
- Ensure that staff have provided full information and documentation prior to departure overseas; and entering important information into the staff database, and submitting these to the relevant overseas headquarters;
- Assist in collating requests from staff and provide feedback;
- Updating the recruitment database and staff database;
- Assist in collating, checking, and filing reports;
- Provide necessary education and materials to managers and employees including workshops, manuals, employee handbooks, and standardized reports.
- Maintain employee-related databases. Prepare and analyse reports that are necessary to carry out the functions of the department and company. Prepare periodic reports for management, as necessary or requested.
- Assist other London HQ staff, as necessary, including presenting at volunteer recruitment sessions;
- Any other tasks as required by the Programme Managers or Managing Director;
- Taking part in presenting school talks, careers fairs and similar events.
What we offer:
GENERAL OUTLINE OF THE ROLE
Assist the Overseas Operations Team with the following:
- Employee orientation, development and training;
- Field staff Recruitment and briefing logistics;
- Collating and reviewing internal reports;
- Monitoring and evaluating project activities;
- Maintaining Frontier's online recruitment
- High school
- Entry Level
TERMS & CONDITIONS
- Contract Duration: 6 months, minimum of 4 days a week, 10:00 – 17:30 with possibility of extension.
- Accommodation: N/A
- Travel: Travel allowance available.
- Insurance & Admin: N/A
- Subsistence: Non – salaried position. Subsidised 10-week overseas placement on a Frontier research programme (excluding return flights, visas, insurance, and dive- training) on successful completion.
- Training: N/A
- Education Level
- University, Other
- Type of Contract
- Type of Job
- Project Management
- Full UK/EU driving license preferred
- Car Preferred
- Must be eligible to work in the EU
- Cover Letter Required
- English, French