SINGAPORE UNIVERSITY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES

Assistant Manager (Programmes and Operation), Node for Inclusive Fintech

4 days left

Location
Singapore
Posted
19 Jul 2022
End of advertisement period
16 Aug 2022
Ref
777577210
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Job Description

Reporting to the Centre Lead, the Assistant Manager will oversee and manage NiFT’s initiatives and organise Fintech and Blockchain-related workshops, conferences and events. He/she should have good communication and interpersonal skills, able to work with internal academics, administrative executives, and external partners and vendors, with the ability to multi-task, supervise and provide guidance to the team.

Specific Responsibility

  • Programmes Management
    • Oversee the overall planning and coordination of events (workshops, seminars, conferences & summits), ensuring the smooth running within an agreeable timeline and budget.
    • Prepare Invitation Letter, Letter of Intent, MOU & Service Agreement for overseas partners
    • Coordinate with overseas partners and University on marketing materials and selection of marketing channels.
    • Create event electronics marketing material (eDM) and registration page (using Eventbrite, Canva, Bitly, etc), provide statistics to the team and handle queries pertaining to event.
    • Coordinate and work with partners/sponsors on the design of sponsorship packages and completion of the payment process.
    • Plan and coordinate workshop, including extending invitations to identified trainer/instructor, booking of venue, creation of eDM for reaching out till completion of payment process.
  • Operations Management
    • Oversee NiFT’s SOP, Budget and Account Management, including participation in yearly budget exercise and allocating budgets to individual accounts
    • Close monitoring of the project account expenditures and provide a timely report and update to Centre Lead and Centre Advisor
    • Manage Fintech Fellows, including generating Fellow appointment letters; collecting Fellow’s CVs and Resumes; updating Fellow database; monitoring Fellow renewals and arranging for Fellow recognition events.
  • Executive Assistant Function to NiFT Advisor
    • Assist NiFT Advisor, Professor David Lee for his personal calendar and dairy scheduling.
    • Support Professor David Lee with some of his presentation slides preparation, material printing, and document and website translation (English to Chinese), as and when required.
    • Other ad-hoc duties as and when required.

Job Requirements

  • Recognised diploma/degree with at least 3-5 years of relevant working experience.
  • Possess strong writing and communication skills in English and Chinese as this position will be required to work with overseas partner from China.
  • Experience in event management
  • Ability to work with different stakeholders to align with SUSS's strategic direction and goals
  • Careful and meticulous