Part-time job available

Can you help spread the word about this job opening to folks you know looking for work?

One of the companies I’ve been working for the past year is going to be hiring someone to replace a sort of reworking of my position as I transition to more hours with my new contract with Independent Television Services (yay!).

It’s a great position for someone who would like to work primarily from home. I was doing a lot more communications stuff along with this part of the job listed below, and if you have some other kind of skill they are adaptable to having you do some other work with the company as well. Feel free to ask me any questions about this job or the company overall.

Please forward selectively to people you know looking for part time work with relevant work experience. This position is only being publicized through staff members’ social networks and will not appear on the company’s website. It’s is providing support to the company’s Vice-President out of his home office here in Philadelphia (in Mt. Airy), though you often end up working from your own home when he’s in the New York office (at least once a week) and traveling to the offices in Asia (a few months out of the year).

Administrative Assistant
International nonprofit organization seeks a part-time administrative assistant to assist the company’s vice-president based in Philadelphia with daily administrative operations. Ideal candidates must have at least 2 years of administrative experience, clear communication skills and be self-motivated, independent workers with the flexibility and focus to stay on top of tasks while working with a staff based in multiple time-zones world-wide. Candidates must be fluent in Microsoft Office and have experience with customer relations software. Previous experience supporting sales and/or fundraising campaigns preferred.

Interested candidates should email with the job title in the subject line. Please include a cover letter and a copy of your resume.
Closing date: July 9, 2010.

DDD bridges the divide that separates young people from opportunity by providing disadvantaged youth in Cambodia and Laos with the education and training they need to deliver world-class, competitively priced IT services to global clients, acquire essential business management skills, and break the cycle of poverty. For more information go to:


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