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Working for British Embassy Tripoli

Welcome to the Working with us section of British Embassy Libya. You will find information about all the latest vacancy on this section.

 

Current vacancies

Locally engaged healthcare specialist

The British Embassy in Tripoli is looking to fill a new role of Health care sector Specialist within the Embassy’s Commercial Section. This will be an exciting opportunity for the successful candidate to shape the Embassy’s post-revolution engagement with Libyan entities such as the Ministry of Health, hospitals and British businesses. The role aims to support the development of the UK’s commercial relationship in the sector and provide reporting on it. The successful candidate would be primarily responsible for the day-to-day liaison with Libyan entities and British companies involved in the health care sector. The role will also include supporting the wider activities of the Embassy’s Commercial Section and organising sector specific Ministerial and official visits (such as trade missions).

 

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Build on and maintain a network of contacts within the Ministry of Health, hospitals, health care providers and international companies.
  • Act as the Embassy point of contact for all business enquiries related to the health care sector and respond to these in a timely manner.
  • Produce reports on behalf of specific UK companies and collate information about the sector for wider business and Embassy use.
  • Using long term relationships to secure contacts and set up meetings for Embassy officials and British businesses.
  • Work with colleagues in the Commercial Section to support other areas as and when required.
  • Arrange sector specific trade missions business events.
  • Attend sector specific press conferences and public events on behalf of the Embassy, and maintain good relationships relevant Libyan Government Ministries.
Work with other colleagues to organise visits to Libya for UK Ministers and officials.

 

Ideal Candidate will have:

  • Current understanding of the Libyan Health care sector and its priorities and challenges.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in both Arabic and English.
  • Excellent time management skills.
  • Excellent team working and inter-personal skills.
  • The ability to build a good network of contacts.
  • Able to identify, categorise and prioritise work with minimum supervision.
  • Good research and briefing skills.
  • Good IT skills.
  • Experience of working with the Ministry of Health and or international companies in the sector would be a strong advantage, or a background in or knowledge of the UK health service/industry.

To apply

APPLICATION PROCESS To apply send the following three documents, in English, and please quote “Health care specialist application” in the subject line.

  • CV
  • Hand written letter of application (which should highlight why you would like the job and why you are well qualified for it)
  • A brief assessment of the current state of the Libyan Health care sector and your thoughts on how it will develop. This should be no more than 350 words.

Applicants should be a Libyan Citizen, or have Immigration status which allows them to work in Libya. Applications for this vacancy should be sent to the HR Manager at the British Embassy, Libya no later than Tuesday 27 July 2013. The starting salary for this position is 2324.00LYD per calendar month. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted and invited for interview week commencing 12 August 2013. Final appointment will depend on security clearance and successful completion of an initial 3 month probationary period.

 

Please include your email address.

 

HR Manager British Embassy 24th Floor Tripoli Tower Libya

 

Electronic applications should be sent to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

APPLICATIONS SENT TO OTHER EMAIL ADDRESSES WILL BE DISCARDED.

British Embassy, Tripoli Libya is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to a diverse workforce.

 

Locally engaged oil and gas sector specialist officer

The British Embassy in Tripoli is looking to fill a new role of Oil and Gas Specialist Officer within the Embassy’s Commercial Section. This will be an exciting opportunity for the successful candidate to shape the Embassy’s post-revolution engagement with Libyan entities such as the Oil Ministry and NOC and with British businesses. The role aims to support the development of the UK’s commercial relationship in the sector and provide reporting on it. The successful candidate would be primarily responsible for the day-to-day liaison with Libyan entities and British companies involved in the oil and gas sector as well as wider energy sector. The role will also include supporting the wider activities of the Embassy’s Commercial Section and organising sector specific Ministerial and official visits (such as trade missions).

 

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Build on and maintain a network of contacts within the NOC, subsidiaries and international oil and service companies.
  • Act as the Embassy point of contact for all business enquiries related to the oil and gas and wider energy sector and respond to these in a timely manner.
  • Produce reports on behalf of specific UK companies and collate information about the sector for wider business and Embassy use.
  • Using long term relationships to secure contacts and set up meetings for Embassy officials and British businesses.
  • Work with colleagues in the Commercial Section to support other areas as and when required.
  • Arrange sector specific trade missions business events.
  • Attend sector specific press conferences and public events on behalf of the Embassy, and maintain good relationships relevant Libyan Government Ministries.

Work with other colleagues to organise visits to Libya for UK Ministers and officials.

 

Ideal Candidate will have:

  • Excellent and current understanding of the Libyan Oil and Gas Sector.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills in both Arabic and English.
  • Excellent time management skills.
  • Excellent team working and inter-personal skills.
  • The ability to build a good network of contacts.
  • Able to identify, categorise and prioritise work with minimum supervision.
  • Good research and briefing skills.
  • Good IT skills.

Experience of working with the NOC, subsidiaries and or international companies in the sector would be a strong advantage.

 

To Apply:

Application process

To apply send the following three documents, in English, and please quote “Oil and gas specialist application” in the subject line.

 

  • CV
  • Hand written letter of application (which should highlight why you would like the job and why you are well qualified for it)
  • A brief assessment of the current state of the Libyan oil and gas sector and your thoughts on how it will develop. This should be no more than 350 words.

Applicants should be a Libyan Citizen, or have Immigration status which allows them to work in Libya. Applications for this vacancy should be sent to the HR Manager at the British Embassy, Libya no later than Tuesday 27 July 2013. The starting salary for this position is 2324.00LYD per calendar month. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted and invited for interview week commencing 12 August 2013. Final appointment will depend on security clearance and successful completion of an initial 3 month probationary period.

 

Please include your email address.

 

HR Manager British Embassy 24th Floor Tripoli Tower Libya

 

Electronic applications should be sent to, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it APPLICATIONS SENT TO OTHER EMAIL ADDRESSES WILL BE DISCARDED.

 

Interpreter

The Ministry of Defence (MOD) team at the British Embassy in Libya is seeking an Interpreter. The main purpose of this role is to provide language and environmental support to the Defence Advisory Team (DAT).

 

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Interpret between English and Arabic for the Defence Advisory Team within the Embassy, at other locations around Tripoli and, on occasion, further afield.
  • Translate documents between English and Arabic.
  • Identify, develop and maintain links with senior figures within the Libyan MOD.
  • Remain abreast of defence and security issues and developments within Libya and inform the Defence Advisory Team as required.
  • This is a twelve month temporary contract.
  • Five day week, Sunday to Thursday. A total of 40 hours per week.

The Interpreter will spend a proportion of their time at the British Embassy. However, they must have their own vehicle and be prepared to travel and work around Tripoli as required by the DAT. Locations will include, but are not restricted to, Ministry of Defence, Janzur Naval Academy, Mitiga Airbase and the Training Directorate. There will be occasions when the individual will be required to work from these locations for a protracted period. Willingness to travel is essential.

 

Salary: 2993 LYD per month.

 

Ideal Candidate will have:

Fluency in English and Arabic

The ability to build a good network of contacts

Excellent written English and verbal communication skills

Excellent time management skills

Able to identify, categorise and prioritise work with minimal supervision

Good research and briefing skills

Organisational skills

Excellent team-working and inter-personal skills

Knowledge of defence and security issues in Libya

Flexibility to move at short notice to work in different areas of the city

Good IT skills

A full and clean driving license

Possess own transport

To Apply:

Applicants should be Libyan Citizens or be able to demonstrate that they have immigration status which allows them to work in Libya. Applications for this vacancy should be sent to the HR Manager at the British Embassy, Libya no later than Tuesday 16 July 2013. Applicants must send an up-to-date Curriculum Vitae and a covering letter providing evidence of the required skills and experience. Please include your email address

 

Please include your email address.

 

HR Manager British Embassy 24th Floor Tripoli Tower Libya

 

Electronic applications should be sent to, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Applications sent to other email addresses will be discarded.