Emploi & Formation

Embassy of Switzerland in the Republic of Korea - Consular Assistant/Administrative Officer

One-Year Maternity Leave Cover Position Available

The Embassy of Switzerland in Seoul is looking for an: Consular Assistant/Administrative Officer


Your tasks:


  • Processing visa and civil status applications, conducting interviews, and verify documents
  • Handling inquiries: Responding to inquiries and requests for information related to visa and consular matters
  • Translate invoices and prepare bank payments
  • Prepare official notes to the MOFA and required forms for immigration, tax exemption, visa applications for staff, customs clearances, etc.
  • Assist diplomats in opening bank accounts, purchasing cars, etc.
  • Telephone operator / receptionist
  • Check and sign tax-free declaration forms for tourists
  • Assist in supporting Swiss nationals and coordinating with the MOFA during a crisis in Korea
  • Supporting embassy activities: Assisting with other consular or embassy-related duties and projects as needed


Preferred Qualifications:


  • Working experience in consular matters or administrative affairs at an Embassy
  • Native in Korean and fluent in English. Any language skills in German, French, or Italian are an additional asset
  • Strong level of organizational skills and attention to detail
  • You are open minded, flexible and a good team player
  • Customer-focused behavior
  • Ability to work with people of different cultural background


We offer:


  • One-year contract
  • 40 hour work week with regular schedule
  • 20 days annual leave
  • Modern work environment
  • Preferred start of employment: 1 st July, 2024




Interested? If your profile matches the above skill set, please send a motivation letter and CV (both in English) to: seoul.humanresources(@)eda.admin.ch

Deadline: 17 March 2024



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