Protocol & Visits Coordinator Job Vacancy at Canada Embassy in Delhi, India

Visit Coordinator Job

The Canada Embassy is inviting Job applications for the vacancy of ‘Protocol & Visits Coordinator’ in New Delhi, India which would entitle all International benefits. Interested candidates can check their eligibility and apply to this job post.

Job Post: Protocol & Visits Coordinator

Salary: INR 885,334 per annum (non-negotiable)

Location: New Delhi, India

Organization: Canada Embassy, New Delhi

Last date to Apply: 28th July 2021

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Job Summary

Under the general supervision of the Head of Visit, Logistics and Protocol Unit, acts as the Assistant Protocol and Visits Coordinator and is responsible for the following duties:
• Management of Official Hospitality Events at the Official residence and the other venues
• Official Visits Management Support
• Other Protocol and Visits related administrative duties

Essential qualifications

Education: Bachelor’s degree from a government recognized university in any discipline

Language: Spoken and written English & Hindi

Experience: At least three (3) years of recent (in the past five years) work experience:
• In a similar position in a commercial, industrial, diplomatic or government establishment.
• Experience in event planning and logistical support.

• Knowledge of Indian Government protocol
• Knowledge of general financial procedures including budgets, expenses and inventories
• Knowledge of general office procedures and practices

• Ability to co-ordinate conflicting priorities within short time frames
• Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment
• Ability to prepare charts, tables and word documents with accuracy
• Ability to communicate (reading, understanding and speaking) in English
• Ability to follow and act upon instructions

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