View Vacancy - Executive Office Intern

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Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (Operations and Corporate Services)
Technology, Information and Digital Transformation

Main purpose of job:

Provide administrative support to the Executive Office. Maintain an up to date database of the Ambassador’s main contacts to ensure key stakeholders are invited to meetings, events, etc.


Roles and responsibilities:

  • Update and maintain Her Majesty’s Ambassador database as required.
  • Format letters, as well as liaise with Logistics & Protocol Team for the proper signature and delivery of Notes for SRE purposes.
  • Book flights and accommodation for HMA’s upcoming regional state visits (average 3 per month) and trip overseas.
  • Assist on the coordination of meetings for the Executive Office with other members of the Embassy.
  • Assist on the organisation of events and visits as required at the Embassy, or Residence.
  • Provide attention to HMA’s external guests, either in person, email, or phone, receiving and escorting them.
  • Print and gather the proper delivery of daily evening box papers.
  • Deliver reports in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint to his/her Line Manager/other colleagues.
  • Compare different suppliers looking for the best option based on the Value for Money premise.
  • Coordinate team’s stationery with Corporate Services.
  • Attend and provide support if required, to events organised by other sections.
  • Provide logistics support in events, participating in commercial and cultural events in the promotion and marketing of Mexican products and the United Kingdom, development and follow up with key contacts.
  • All employees in the Embassy network are expected, as part of their job, to contribute towards the corporate activity of the organisation



  • Undergraduate degree student (preferably in last semester or recently graduated) in Administration/International Relations/Business or related subject.
  • Attention to detail
  • Should be a proactive and creative self-starter with strong interpersonal skills who has the ability to learn quickly.
  • Must be willing to work in constantly changing multicultural environments.
Seeing the Big Picture, Changing and Improving, Delivering at Pace, Working Together
28 November 2022
Latin America and Spanish speaking Caribbean
Mexico City
British Embassy
$5,507.00 MXN
9 January 2022
9 July 2022
Candidates must be able to live and work in Mexico in their own right. The successful candidate will be subject to a security clearance and professional reference checks. Employees who are not liable to pay local income tax on their Mission salary, eg some non-local national staff and some spouses or partners of UK diplomatic staff, will have their salaries abated by an equivalent amount. 
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This opportunity is closed to applications.