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We need a new Executive Director!

The Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce is looking for a new Executive Director.

The Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce (TNCC) was established in 1996 with the aim of facilitating trade and investment between Thailand and Norway. The Chamber provides members with a forum to improve business conditions and opportunities as well as creating venues and channels for exchange and sharing of information. The office is co-located with Innovation Norway and is centrally located in Bangkok CBD area, adjacent to Ploenchit BTS station.

We are looking for an extrovert and service-minded person who can conduct herself/himself professionally with any group of people. The successful candidate is business minded and knows how business is conducted in Thailand.

The Chamber can offer an exciting job with a variety of work tasks. The successful candidate will get invaluable international work experience and will be able to build a professional and social network.

Job responsibilities

The Executive Director runs a small office and reports to the President of the Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce.

The Executive Director oversees all Chamber activities including:

  • Leadership, planning, organisation and control
  • Overall performance and economic result. The economic result shall be co-ordinated with the outsourced accounting function and the treasurer
  • Responsibility for Budget¬†and Business Plan¬†as well as AGM presentations,¬†both visual and financial versions
  • Personnel responsibility for Chamber Secretary
  • Event management of the Chamber’s own events as well as events run in co-operation with other organisations
  • Attend meetings and represent the Chamber¬†in the umbrella organisation Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce in Thailand (JFCCT) as well as attend government meetings and seminars that are of importance to the Chamber
  • Overall responsibility for advertising on the Chamber‚Äôs website as well as in¬†Norway-Asia Business Review, the joint publication of the Norwegian Chambers of Commerce in Asia
  • Generate income for the Chamber by soliciting sponsors
  • Agenda and minutes from Board Meetings and follow-up

We are looking for a person with the following skills:

  • Ability to represent the Chamber in an international context and in international fora
  • Energetic, enthusiastic, pleasant personality, self-motivated and service minded, good communicator
  • Excellent command of spoken and written English. Norwegian and/or Thai language skills¬†are advantageous, but not a requirement
  • Good computer skills (MS Office including Word, Excel and PowerPoint)

Other Conditions
Visa and Work Permit will be provided by the Chamber

Send your application including a recent r√©sum√© by e-mail to [email protected] by Monday, 5 September 2016