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Department for International Trade roles
Department for International Trade (DIT)

Main purpose of job:

Give commercial and administrative support to the Department for International Trade (DIT) Oil & Gas or Marine and Renewables Team at the British Consulate in Rio de Janeiro.

Roles and responsibilities:

Provide general assistance to the sector team, which includes:

  • Assistance in the production of market analysis, lists of contacts, sector overview, small translations, etc.
  • Assistance in the organisation of events such as trade missions, receptions, seminars (travel bookings, visiting programmes, preparation of welcome packs, etc.), and attend official events when needed.
  • Assist the team with the deliveries of OMIS reports by contacting customers whenever necessary over the phone or by e-mails for follow ups.
  • Keep CDMS and CRM databases updated.
  • Keep sector charts, texts and presentations updated with accurate information.
  • Ad hoc duties as necessary (e.g. photocopies, escort visitors within the building, filing etc). 
  • Have an ongoing Bachelor’s Degree.
  • He/she should possess an excellent command of written and spoken English and Portuguese.
  • Strong organisational and communication skills, proactiveness, customer service, team-working.  

  • Previous experience in working for a company or diplomatic mission is an advantage.
Changing and Improving, Collaborating and Partnering, Managing a Quality Service, Demonstrating Resilience
19 July 2017
Latin America and Spanish speaking Caribbean
Rio De Janeiro
British Consulate General
21 August 2017
21 February 2018

This opportunity is closed to applications.