1 July 2017

SGAC is seeking volunteers to join the Executive Office as our Executive Co-Secretary. This role supports the Chairs and Executive Director in operational matters, and helps in organisation and internal communication within the Executive Office. If you are an SGAC member looking for an opportunity to become more involved in a role that offers challenging, rewarding, and professional skill-building experiences, then apply today!

Deadline for applications: 25 July 2017  1 August 2017

 

Responsibilities


The Executive Secretary tasks include:

  • Administration/moderation of SGAC mailing lists

  • Administration of the NPoC recruitment process

  • Managing the appointment process of SGAC Team Members
  • Maintenance of the SGAC Team Member database

  • Preparations for the SGAC General Assembly (preparation of agenda, change request documents, ...)

  • Documenting executive council meetings, General Assemblies and other meetings (taking minutes)

  • Preparation of certificates of appointment, business card and other requested documents for team member

  • Contribution to webteam activities (at peak times) and monitoring the SGAC website for errors

  • Responding to e-mail requests by team members

  • Assisting the Executive Director and co-Chairs with miscellaneous operational needs

The Co-Secretaries are part of the Executive Office, hold an appointed position on the Executive Committee and serve on the Elections Oversight Committee.

Estimated time commitment: 6 hours a week on average

Duration of the term: 2 years renewable for another 2 years depending on performance

Note: This is an unpaid volunteer position.

 

Necessary Qualifications


  • SGAC membership: registration on the SGAC website and below 33.5 years of age at the time of recruitment

  • Ability to work in a fast paced, quick turnaround international environment and meet deadlines without compromising the quality of work

  • Strong or competent working knowledge of computer applications and management apps (Google Apps, Microsoft Office Suite, GIMP/Photoshop)

  • Excellent written English

  • Speedy email response time

  • Leadership experience is a a plus
  • experience coordinating activities is a plus

 

Benefits


SGAC is a unique, non-governmental, non-profit organisation that empowers its student and young professional members to engage directly with the international space community and influence the future of the space industry.

Be a part of leading and shaping our organisation! Benefits of this position include:

  • Meeting and working with young space sector leaders from around the world

  • Having a higher chance of receiving SGAC scholarships to attend conferences around the world

  • Being recognised internationally as part of the organisation's leadership on the SGAC Team webpage

  • Being invited to attend United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space meetings and other conferences as part of the official SGAC delegation

  • Building leadership skills and other skills that are directly translatable to your career

  • SGAC team members receive discounts on SGAC events, and also receive consideration for SGAC Space Generation Leadership Awards and Global Grants Program

 

How to Apply


To apply please send an email with subject heading: [LAST NAME, EXEC CO-SEC] with the following:

  • Resume (with headshot photo, date of birth, nationality, and country of residence) (limit 2 pages)

  • Letter of Intent, detailing your suitability and motivation for the role (limit 1 page)

  • 3 examples of your previous experience that you feel have prepared you for this role

  • Head shot photograph

All applications must be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Only complete applications will be considered.

 

Timeline for applications


 

Applications Open

1 July 2017

Applications Close

25 July 2017  1 August 2017

Review of Applications

1 - 4 August 2017

Online Interviews

4 - 11 August 2017

Announcement of Outcome

18 August 2017


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