New Zealand Foreign Affairs & Trade

Team Administrator, Property/Events/Protocol - Paris

New Zealand Foreign Affairs & Trade

Professional Services

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Applications Close - End of Day: 20-06-2017

Salary:
€32,342 to €43,757

Country:
France

Work type:
Permanent

The New Zealand Embassy in Paris, France, is seeking a Property/Events/Protocol officer with significant planning and administration management skills who is looking for a challenging and varied role. Excellent written and oral communication skills in both French and English are a requirement for the role.

 

The Property/Events/Protocol officer is responsible for managing day-to-day property issues in relation to the Chancery, Official Residence and leased staff accommodation, including liaising with service providers, landlords and rental agencies; planning and organising official functions; and with administrative protocol matters, assisting seconded colleagues in their day-to-day dealings with French administrations, such as vehicle purchasing and registration. The Property/Events/Protocol officer will also be responsible for managing the post’s IT requirements under the direction of the Administrative manager.

 

The Embassy in Paris represents the New Zealand Government to the highest standards of professional excellence across New Zealand’s political, trade and economic, defence and security and international development interests, as well as delivering consular services for New Zealanders in France and accredited countries of Monaco, Portugal and Senegal. The Property/Events/Protocol officer contributes to the achievement of the strategic priorities of the Post through the effective delivery of property, events management, protocol and general administrative support.

 

The role will suit a person with a dynamic can-do attitude and good people skills. Working in a collaborative manner is essential, as is the ability to work effectively across cultures. For the right person, this role will provide a rewarding experience across a range of tasks and challenges, as the New Zealand -France relationship continues to grow.

 

This position would be employed locally by the Embassy in Paris on a permanent basis.  

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