Ambassador’s Secretary - 629349

Ambassador’s Secretary 独占求人

日本とアラブ首長国連邦の架け橋となる大使館で一緒に働いてみませんか?

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採用企業名
アラブ首長国連邦大使館
求人ID
629349  
会社の種類
外資系企業  
勤務形態
正社員  
勤務地
東京都 23区, 渋谷区
最寄駅
山手線、 渋谷駅
給与
経験考慮の上、応相談
勤務時間
Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 16:00
休日・休暇
土日祝日
更新日
2016年12月09日 08:50

応募必要条件

職務経験
3年以上  
キャリアレベル
中途経験者レベル  
英語レベル
ビジネス会話レベル (英語使用比率: 75%程度)  
日本語レベル
流暢  
 
歓迎言語:アラビア語
最終学歴
大学卒: 学士号  
現在のビザ
日本での就労許可が必要です  

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Ambassador’s Secretary

Back Ground and Position Summary:
The United Arab Emirates Embassy in Tokyo is a dynamic and exciting workplace that has wide range of activities that require a high level of innovation and professionalism. Your will be part of the team in the embassy who is actively contributing to the development of the bilateral relations between UAE and Japan.
Ambassador Secretary arranges functions hosted by the Ambassador at the Head of Mission (HOM) Residence and Embassy, liaising with internal and external contacts as required and coordinating with HOM Residence staff.  The position also manages the HOM Representation to Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Japan and other top entities.

Main duties and responsibilities
• Manage Ambassador’s office (including coordinate and distribute all e-mail/paper materials in and out of the office, screen phone calls and visitors), determine priorities and provide timely and responsive administrative support.    
• Manage documentation and inform the Diplomats of matters requiring attention.
• Liaise on behalf of the Senior Diplomat for contact/appointments in a professional manner.
• Liaising with HOM guests and embassy and residence staff in arranging functions.                          • Maintain of the Ambassador’s diary and program of appointments.
• Draft and Screen Speech for Ambassador/Official documents.
• Assist with arrangements for visiting Ministers, Parliamentarians and officials.
• Assist with coordination of public diplomacy events including the National Day.
• Other duties as requested.

 

 

スキル・資格

Qualifications/Experience
•    At least 5 years’ relative business experience of working as secretary in the following workplaces:
- Embassy or Consulate
- UN institutions
- Japanese government   
•    High level of English, Japanese language skills essential, both written and oral. Arabic is a plus but not a requirement.
•    Highly developed organization and communication skills, including the ability to work under pressure with minimal supervision.
•    Proficiency in the use of standard office IT equipment.
•    Ability to work independently, exercise creativity, be attentive to detail, and maintain a positive attitude.
•    Ability to manage multiple and simultaneous tasks and to prioritize scheduling of work.
•    Knowledge in project management

Other requirements
•    Your resume.
•    A cover letter in which you specify your qualifications for the positions. Please address why you want to work in this position and what differentiates you from other applicants.
•    Unofficial transcripts for all degrees.
•    A writing samples of five 3 to 5 pages, papers that focus on your current area of expertise or interests and are related to your interest in the position at the embassy.
•    All applicants must successfully complete a thorough medical and psychological exam, an interview

The following package will be offered:
-Social Insurance
-Labor Insurance
-Annual Leave in accordance with standard labor act  in Japan
-Training and development opportunities
 

The Embassy of United Arab Emirates is a dynamic and challenging work place that offers employee an opportunity to be part of the vision of two nations. Together we can shape the future.

 

 

会社概要

About the Embassy
The diplomatic relations between the United Arab Emirates and Japan were established in 1971.
 
The UAE Embassy in Tokyo was inaugurated in December 1973, while the Japanese Embassy in Abu Dhabi was inaugurated in April 1974.
 
Since the historic visit of the Late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan to Japan in 1990, the relations between our two friendly countries have witnessed a great leap in almost all fields.
 
Ever since the inauguration of the UAE Embassy in 1971, a number of Ambassadors did head the UAE mission in Japan.

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In just over four decades, the UAE as a nation has transformed from a tribal culture reliant on agriculture and fishing to an entrepreneurial success story with world-class infrastructure. The leadership has improved education (effectively eliminating illiteracy), advanced health care and embraced change as the UAE modernizes, consistent with its history and cultural values.

The UAE is also strengthening institutions of government to ensure a transparent legal system with full regard for the quality of life of all citizens and residents. Eight members of the Federal Cabinet are women. And in November 2015, Dr. Amal Al Qubaisi became President of the Federal National Council, making her the region’s first female leader of a national assembly.

The UAE is a member of the United Nations, the World Trade Organization, the Arab League and the Gulf Cooperation Council.

Today the UAE is a strong, vibrant and modern nation that welcomes people from all around the world.

The UAE is the home of the largest Japanese community in the whole Middle East & North Africa regions, with more than 300 Japanese companies operating in the UAE and serving larger geographical areas.

About the Embassy
The diplomatic relations between the United Arab Emirates and Japan were established in 1971.
 
The UAE Embassy in Tokyo was inaugurated in December 1973, while the Japanese Embassy in Abu Dhabi was inaugurated in April 1974.
 
Since the historic visit of the Late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan to Japan in 1990, the relations between our two friendly countries have witnessed a great leap in almost all fields.
 
Ever since the inauguration of the UAE Embassy in 1971, a number of Ambassadors did head the UAE mission in Japan.

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In just over four decades, the UAE as a nation has transformed from a tribal culture reliant on agriculture and fishing to an entrepreneurial success story with world-class infrastructure. The leadership has improved education (effectively eliminating illiteracy), advanced health care and embraced change as the UAE modernizes, consistent with its history and cultural values.

The UAE is also strengthening institutions of government to ensure a transparent legal system with full regard for the quality of life of all citizens and residents. Eight members of the Federal Cabinet are women. And in November 2015, Dr. Amal Al Qubaisi became President of the Federal National Council, making her the region’s first female leader of a national assembly.

The UAE is a member of the United Nations, the World Trade Organization, the Arab League and the Gulf Cooperation Council.

Today the UAE is a strong, vibrant and modern nation that welcomes people from all around the world.

The UAE is the home of the largest Japanese community in the whole Middle East & North Africa regions, with more than 300 Japanese companies operating in the UAE and serving larger geographical areas.

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