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Job Opportunity – Victorian Government

The Victorian Government is recruiting for a Regional Specialist – North Asia.

 

The Regional Specialist for North Asia will perform the lead role within DJPR for developing, coordinating and
implementing the government’s economic and broader engagement with Japan and South Korea. The role
drives the development of a market engagement strategy, accompanied by high level and ongoing engagement
with stakeholders from government (both state and federal), industry, think tanks and academia.
The successful applicant will work effectively as a member of a team, enjoy flexible working arrangements and
undertake a wide variety of work across the division.

 

Position Title: Regional Specialist –North Asia
Position Number: 060517
Classification: VPS Grade 6
Salary Range: $118,908 – $159,124
Group/Division/Branch: DJPR / Global Victoria / International Coordination Office
Usual Work Location: 121 Exhibition St, Melbourne (flexibility may be available)
Usual Hours of Work: Full Time (flexibility may be available)
Tenure: Ongoing
Further Information: Fiona Letos
Phone: 9651 9359
Position Reports To: Executive Director, International Coordination Office

 

For more information, see full position description here: http://www.akbc.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/060517-PD-Regional-Specialist-JapanKorea-004.pdf

 

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