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She said is hiring an administrative assistance

Lade das Bild in den Galerie-Viewer, is hiring an administrative assistance

For the next possible start date, She said is looking for an administrative assistance (15h/week). Are you interested? Read about the position and the requirements below and send your application until the 31st of May to jobs@shesaid.de.

You are a very organized person and excel is part of your favourite past-times? You are good with numbers and more accurate than the Finanzamt? Then you might be exactly the person we are looking for! After 1,5 years we are finally hiring an administrative assistance for 10 - 15h/week. Your tasks would entail preparing the accounting for the tax accountant, paying bills and taking over various administrative tasks.   

We are looking for someone with: 

  • awareness and alignment with our core values
  • Organizational skills
  • Timeliness
  • Orderliness
  • Initiative and pleasure in reorganizing the administrative structures of She said

 This is what we can offer:

  • a fair salary established in team workshops (currently underway)
  • flexible working hours and locations
  • possibility of freelance

A passion for books and/or coffee and an interest in team processes are a plus but not necessary. There is the option of combining the office work with a shift in the bookshop.

If this has caught your interest, send us a cover letter including how you identify yourself in the society and your résumé in one email and one attached document, until the 31st of May to jobs@shesaid.de. As we are looking for several new team members, please state “Application for the position of an administrative assistance” in the subject line. If you have any questions, feel free to email jobs@shesaid.de.

In order to be able to represent diverse perspectives and experiences, we especially welcome applications from BIPoC, immigrants/refugees and people with familial migration history, LGBTQIA+ individuals, people with disabilities as well as people who experience any other kinds of marginalization (i.e. for their religious affiliation). Unfortunately, the workplace is not wheelchair accessible.