British Council staff member

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Current vacancy

Office Manager, Vienna Austria

The British Council is looking for an office manager to manage the office to the highest standards set by audit and other local and UK guidelines and to support services for the small Austria operation, as well as seamless cooperative working with the finance colleague responsible for the office finances based in another office.

  • Contract type: Fixed Term Contract - 1 year
  • Hours: Part-time - 18 hours per week (50%), Monday to Friday (to be agreed)
  • Requirements: Candidate must have the legal right to work in country.  Relocation support will not be offered.
  • Location: Vienna, Austria
  • Closing date: 5 March 2023 - applications will close 23.59 Central European time (CET)

If you are interested in the position, we would love to hear from you. For more information, please see the role description.

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