- 台北市信義區，月薪 57,341元全職/月薪 57,341元/3年工作經驗以上/大學
TW - Investment Officer, A2 (L) This position offers the successful candidate an opportunity to work in the high-performing Department of International Trade (DIT) team at the British Office in Taipei. The main purpose of the job is to be part of a 3-person team that develops existing, and attracts new, high-value investment from Taiwan into the UK (80％). The role also provides secretarial and administrative support to the Head of International Trade & Investment in Taipei (20％). Roles and responsibilities / what will the jobholder be expected to achieve? The successful candidate will be confident in interacting with business interlocutors to proactively introduce the UK investment environment and to deal swiftly and professionally with their enquiries. Specific duties and responsibilities will include: • Account management: developing and maintaining strategic relationships through proactive and confident interaction with selected Taiwanese companies to understand their business strategies and identify those with the potential to do business in the European market; • Convincing those companies of the benefits of setting up an operation in the UK and, with support from Taipei team and the DIT network, assisting them in all aspects of the process; • Developing and maintaining relationships with Taiwanese companies with a presence in the UK and, in liaison with UK colleagues, assisting them in overcoming any barriers to their successful UK operation and encouraging them to expand; • Marketing activities: work with Marketing team to promote the UK as a favourable investment destination, and support the wider team on VIP visits from the UK. • Information management: lead on investment team data management and other administrative tasks. • Collaborate across teams to deliver wider British Office objectives. Provide secretarial and administrative support to Head of International Trade & Investment. Essential qualifications, skills and experience • Fluent in spoken and written English and Mandarin • Experience of client account management and customer service • Good working knowledge of Windows 10, Word, Excel and Powerpoint Desirable qualifications, skills and experience • Commercial experience in the ICT sector, while not a requirement, would be an advantage • Relevant secretarial and administrative support experience Required competencies Making Effective Decisions, Leading and Communicating, Collaborating and Partnering, Managing a Quality Service, Delivering at Pace Additional information For more information and how to apply, please access the following link to our FCO vacancies website: https://goo.gl/wRZ7DX All applications must be received before 23:55 on 26 June 2018.
• Monthly Training Schedule - Propose monthly training schedules - Coordinate with internal and external trainers/service venders - Prepare training tools, workbook and attendance record, etc. - Organize training events according to L&D annual plan and manage the entire process including training logistics • Training Administration - Maintain individual files and monitoring progress of training programs - Record attendance and report participant feedback - Accurate reporting of all L&D development activity, monitoring budgets and evaluation of activity • LMS Project Implementation - Assist on Learning Management System Project
The main purpose of this position is to assist corporate L&D (Learning and Development) Manager in his/her role on L&D COE (Center of Expertise) for the corporate L&D strategies planning, policy and procedure design, and special projects implementation to meet the business needs. He/she will be required to cover overall management of L&D tools and systems, L&D initiatives implementation, reporting & L&D metrics analysis, and carry out special projects assigned by L&D Manager. • To assist the corporate L&D manager, HRBP, and business leaders to identify and deploy consistent learning and development programs and tools to support long-term growth strategies. • To collaborate with corporate L&D manager to implement and manage learning and development programs and initiatives. • To partner with the corporate L&D manager to implement annual talent review and succession planning processes at corporate level. • To track and manage top talent and provide assistant to managers on developing individual development plans. • To assist the corporate L&D Manager to ensure the alignment and implementation on a consistent talent planning strategy and approach with business leaders and HRBPs to identify critical positions and critical talents. • To partner with the corporate L&D manager, HRBPs and business leaders to ensure the annual performance management processes are well-implemented. • To provide measurement and analytics on key learning and development metrics for L&D strategies planning and decision making. • To assist the corporate L&D Manager to manage L&D investment through effective guideline/process design on L&D planning, budgeting, and vendor management. • To participate and contribute in COE Talent brainstorming, initiative development, and implementation. • To carry out other projects assigned by corporate L&D Manager. • To provide project status updates and resolves issues to meet project deliverables and deadlines.