Consulado Geral Britânico no Rio de Janeiro A2(L) Assistant Sector Manager Main purpose of job: This person will join the Energy team, with specific responsibility of assisting the Business Development Manager and Sector Manager on the Marine, Power and Petrochemicals issues specifically. Main Duties and responsibilities: Assist on the preparation of chargeable services (OMIS reports and visiting programmes), and Business Opportunities Assist with administrative arrangements for Missions (inward and outward Missions), Trade Fairs and Seminars, involving, when necessary, attendance at official functions Insert information in CDMS maintain an up-dated contact database, responsible for e-filing and paper filing for the sector Arrange BDM and Sector Managers’ meetings/initiative visiting programmes and organise nonchargeable visit programmes when required, e.g. for UKTI and FCO staff Answer basic non-chargeable enquiries (personal, telephone, letter, fax, e-mail) from Brazilian and UK companies Provide ad hoc assistance to other colleagues in Brazil Staff Management (intern) supporting the Marine intern Key competences required for the job: Making Effective Decisions Achieving Commercial Outcomes Collaborating and Partnering Delivering Value for Money The ideal candidate will have: Level of language required: Advanced written and oral English and Portuguese. University Degree Previous experience in working in the areas of Marine or Offshore / Energy Terms and Conditions: The British Consulate-General in Rio de Janeiro aims to offer an attractive working environment and remuneration package for this role: R$ 4.940,00 plus benefits. How to apply: Applications in English should be submitted in the form of a covering letter setting out why you want the job and what value you would bring, together with a CV and two references, sent by email to [email protected] Applications must be received by Friday 13th February 2015. At this point no information, in addition to the job description, will be provided, either by phone or email. CVs in Portuguese and without a covering letter will not be accepted. No application will be accepted after the deadline. Feedback will be provided to shortlisted candidates only. Candidates shall be legally entitled to work in Brazil. The British Embassy is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on grounds of ethnic origin, race, religion, age, disability, gender or sexual orientation.
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