New Zealand Embassy Beijing, China
Support Officers – Immigration New Zealand Beijing Area Office
Fixed term contracts vary from 6 months to two years (5 vacancies).
Immigration New Zealand (INZ), Beijing branch is looking for enthusiastic and energetic people to join our dynamic team on a fixed term contract basis. The role involves providing quality administrative support to Immigration Officers in both the residence and temporary entry teams. Ideal candidates should be able to think on their feet, manage their time effectively and remain composed and focused under pressure.
To be successful you will need:
- The ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, and build relationships with a wide range of stakeholders.
- Strong attention to detail and the ability to adhere to processes and procedures
- Resilience and commitment to perform a range of tasks with competing demands and minimum supervision.
- Experience handling difficult situations with a positive response and maintaining composure.
- Confidence and confidentiality working with individuals to identify their needs, and offer appropriate support and administrative assistance.
- A strong customer service focus displayed through your passion to help a diverse range of people with an emphasis on team work and collaboration.
The position is in Band 1 of the Beijing Area Office’s salary scale, currently RMB 63,654 (min), RMB79,567 (mid) and RMB95,480 (max). As part of the local regulations, INZ also pays Chinese locally engaged staff social, housing and medical insurance.
Applying for the role
If this role sounds like you then please submit:
- An application letter describing how your skills and experience are relevant to this position and will add value to the INZ Beijing Area Office team.
- Your most up to date CV
If you think you have what it takes and want to apply for this position, please send your application to Jun Ren, Immigration Manager, at email@example.com by 5:00pm (Beijing Time) Monday 15th September 2014. Please note that we may start the recruitment process earlier once sufficient quality applications are received rather than wait until the deadline.