Student assistant vacancy

Date: Oct 16, 2013 | News

(4 Vacancy Available: DFC, APB, APK, SWC) ​​
Applications close on the 31st October 2013
3rd year student doing 1 subject or student having registered or intending to register with UJ attending evening classes or doing 1 subject/ 2 modules.
Basic knowledge of office administration and computer literate. ​
Basic knowledge of HIV/AIDS facts (LINK member preferable).
Students with a criminal record or discipline record will not be considered.
Job description ​
The purpose of the position of Student Assistant is to provide administrative support to the HIV co-ordinator. The incumbent will be responsible for the following:
To assist the office with administrative and telephone duties.
To ensure effective and efficient record keeping.
To initiate and implement administrative systems in accordance with University policies and procedures.
To explain IOHA programs, training and services to students.
To prepare documentation, venues and equipment for training, events and meetings.
Deneshree Kea Atholl
011 559 5645 011 559 1088 0115594927
Letters of application must be accompanied by detailed curriculum vitae, including the names and full contact details (also fax numbers, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses) of at least 3 references.
Submit applications to:
DFC: House No. 5B, Louisa Street, DFC
APB: B Red 9
APK: A – Ring 425 B
SWC: Ukhamba Building, Office ADD113
NB: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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