Consulate General of Belgium in Hong Kong

Belgium in Hong Kong and Macau

 

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JOB VACANCY: DRIVER (6 months contract)

The Consulate General of Belgium in Hong Kong is looking for a driver.

Importance is placed on safe driving, discretion and sociability. Need to have a driving license valid in Hong Kong. Note that no working visa will be issued – need to have a valid visa for Hong Kong

The consulate general offers you a unique opportunity to work in an international environment. The contract is for 6 months. The standard working hours are 37 hours per week. This position has no regular hours: flexibility is required in working hours, according to the needs of the service. Sufficient rest is guaranteed. 24 vacation days per year.

Salary: 16.235 HKD/month. Relevant experience will be taken into account.

Starting date: as soon as possible.  CV and motivation letter should be sent to eva.morre[at]diplobel.fed.be

 

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