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Office Administrator, Northern Europe

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Full-time/ Permanent

Salary: Up to €25,000 (depending on experience)

Location: Berlin, Germany

Cambridge English Language Assessment is a world leader in the field of language assessment. As part of the University of Cambridge we are dedicated to delivering educational excellence. For our regional office in Berlin, which is looking after the Cambridge English Examinations in Northern and Central Europe, we are looking for an Office Administrator to work in the Berlin office.

The main duties will include:

• General office administration;
• Basic book-keeping and accounts;
• Providing front office support, including dealing with incoming calls;
• Liaison with service providers;
• General administrative support for the Regional Director and Heads of Department.

You will have been educated to Abitur level or equivalent, have at least 2 years of further education with a vocational degree and ideally some job experience in a comparable post. You will be able to demonstrate excellent communication skills, together with strong organisational and administrative capabilities. Native level competency of written and spoken German together with B2 English (Common European Framework of Reference level) is essential as well as strong computer literacy, including knowledge and ability in Microsoft Office applications, such as Excel, Word and PowerPoint.

The ability to organise work effectively using initiative, often under pressure to meet deadlines, is essential, as is a willingness to work flexibly both independently and as part of a team.

If you are interested in this post in a dynamic, dedicated and intercultural team please apply by 9 January 2015 by uploading your Covering Letter and C.V online. Interviews will be held in Berlin on 23 January 2015.

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Written by cambridgeenglishde

December 18, 2014 at 9:33 am

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