P@SHA needs a Program Coordinator

August 9, 2010 at 4:55 pm 4 comments

The Pakistan Software Houses Association for IT & ITES (P@SHA) is on the lookout for a Program Coordinator. We seek someone who is passionate and excited about technology, someone who has good verbal and written communication skills, someone who knows how to use social media for advocacy and event promotion.

This could be a young man or woman who is technologically savvy but not necessarily a tech graduate. The applicant needs to be self-motivated and should have a good idea about the trends in the ICT industry locally – and preferably internationally.

P@SHA has a diverse set of member companies in multiple cities across Pakistan. Developing relationships with them and being “of service” to them will be part of the coordinator’s responsibilities. Other key responsibilities include adding on new members and ensuring that the current members’ list and corporate/government sector organizations info is up-to-date.

Experience is NOT essential so the applicant could be a fresh undergraduate or someone with very little experience. However, she/he must be totally “driven” and “action-oriented”. No job too big or too small should be her/his motto.

Send in your CV today to president@pasha.org.pk with a cover letter that is bound to grab my interest. This position is available to those who either live in Karachi or are willing to re-locate.

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