These vacancies are for two locally engaged positions at the Embassy of Ireland. The positions on offer are full time posts. The details are available in both Chinese and English.
21 July 2017
The Embassy of Ireland in Beijing is seeking to recruit a qualified and highly motivated candidate for the position of Legislative Assistant in the Food and Agriculture area. Native level Chinese language skills as well as fluent English are required for this position.
Statement on the Death of Liu Xiaobo from Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Simon Coveney T.D.
14 July 2017
03 July 2017
The Embassy of Ireland in Beijing is pleased to announce the launch of the Ireland Visa Application Centres in Kunming, Xi'an and Changsha.
08 June: Vacancy – Visa Assistant – Embassy of Ireland Visa Office [This vacancy is now closed]
This vacancy is for a locally engaged position in the Irish Visa Office. The position on offer is a full time post. The work requires supporting the Visa Officers in delivering the objectives of the unit.
Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed TD, made a number of significant advances in the development of Irish exports of beef, seafood and thoroughbred horses to China, during a meeting with Chinese Minister Zhi Shuping in Dublin today.
27 Mar: The European Union at 60
The signing of the Treaties of Rome in 1957 by Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands maeked the very foundation of what has now become the European Union.
On March 16, the annual spectacular event to turn Great Wall green took place at the Badaling Great Wall, attracting hundreds of people from all walks of life to witness the magic.
For details of the St. Patrick's Day events in Guangzhou, which include the greening of the Canton Tower on 17 March, please check out the linked programme (PDF).
The Embassy of Ireland in Beijing is pleased to share with you details of its St Patrick's Day Cultural Programme which begins on 11 March and runs until 18 March.
19 Jan: Minister Murphy Visit
The Irish Minister with responsibility for Financial Services at the Department of Finance, Mr. Eoghan Murphy T.D. recently visited Beijing.