New Zealand Embassy Beijing, China

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Immigration Officers – Immigration New Zealand Beijing Branch

Permanent and fixed term positions till 30th June 2016

Immigration New Zealand (INZ) ensures that New Zealand has the right mix of skilled workers as part of achieving the MBIE goal of helping lift productivity. With over 1,000 people, we identify the country’s labour force and skill needs, manage the immigration process and provide support and policy advice for the government’s employment, skills and immigration initiatives.

INZ Beijing Branch invites applications from candidates who operate with integrity in all transactions and have a broad educational background with some tertiary study. 

To be successful in this role you will have:

  • the ability to manage fluctuating workloads and work to tight deadlines
  • excellent oral and written communication skills in Mandarin and English
  • experience in excellent customer service and working within a team
  • ability to interpret legislation, procedural and immigration instruction guidelines, and frame clear assessments and conclusions
  • experience in working with all people of differing cultural backgrounds, gender and abilities
  • knowledge of the principles of fairness and natural justice
  • experience in assessing and analysing documentary evidence, including exercising sound judgement

The applicant must have the ability to work in China. The remuneration range is RMB 120,673 to 181,009 per annum. Any relocation or accommodation costs will be at the successful applicant’s expense.

Applications close at 5:00 pm Beijing time, Monday, 9th February 2015.

All applications must include your CV and a cover letter of no more than 250 words which describes how your skills and experience relate to the key capabilities of the position. Please send your application to Jun Ren, Immigration Manager at

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