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We actively seek to connect with dynamic, individuals – interested in working with us on exciting foresight projects applying foresight and strategy at the highest levels of government, private and NGO sectors.
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Personal Assistant/Administrator – Closing date: 8 March 2019
Remote and flexible working hours to cover current PA/Adminstrator’s absence from 8 April – 17 June 2019, with scope for continued work beyond the sabbatical period for the right candidate.
We are looking for a highly-organised, energetic administrator to support our work with international governments, NGOs and businesses to create better futures. We will expect you to work remotely with scope to define your working hours.
The ideal candidate will be experienced in handling a wide range of administrative and organizational support tasks and able to work independently. You must be reliable, efficient, process driven, well organized, flexible, and enjoy the challenge of supporting a small, fast moving and growing team in a dynamic environment, sometimes under pressure.
Open opportunity – foresight researchers and facilitators
From time-to time we need an extra pair of hands to support us as researchers and facilitators on our project work.
If you are an enthusiastic researcher with good experience of designing and facilitating foresight projects, we would love to hear from you. We work on lots of different topics and welcome working with colleagues with different interests, expertise and experience.
Our current work locations are London, Brussels and San Francisco, so if you are able to work remotely with scope to define your hours then we’d love to hear from you.
Please do contact us attaching a copy of your CV together with details of your availability, daily rate and any writing samples to: email@example.com
Foresight has a unique capacity to allow people from different perspectives to come together and think together in a way that surfaces unexpected insights.GIBS Business School