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You can view and apply for our current vacancies below. And if we have no current jobs listed, or if we aren’t advertising roles for the skills you have, consider sending us a speculative application. 

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We are an equal opportunity employer and we do not discriminate on any grounds including age, gender, race, ethnic or national origin, religion or religious belief, marital status, sex or sexual orientation or disability.

Executive Assistant, China

The responsibilities of the Executive Assistant will be to perform a variety of administrative, HR and Financial clerical tasks, supporting Head of Finance, Regional Director and his deputy. Duties of the Executive Assistant include providing support to our Director, assisting in daily office needs and managing our company’s general administrative activities

Shanghai, China
CNY 120K - 123K
Deadline: Deadline:
10 Apr 2019 23:45

B2B Executive North & West China

B2B Executive North & West China is a commercial role focused on leading bespoke key account management and engagement with key online & offline product distribution intermediaries in North and West China, develop and support route development, tailoring programmes and projects accordingly to ensure Britain product is being sold to the customer and driving incremental volume and value to the UK.

Beijing, China
Deadline: Deadline:
3 Apr 2019 23:45

Corporate Press Assistant (Maternity Cover)


Reporting to the Head of Corporate Press at VisitBritain/VisitEngland, the Corporate Press Assistant provides support to the Corporate Press team to communicate the value of tourism to the economy and the work of VisitBritain/VisitEngland to the media and stakeholders.

This role provides a timely and proactive service to journalists, managing media requests, gathering information and drafting responses to media queries from national, international, regional and trade press.


The role supports the team in developing media campaigns and with drafting and distributing communication material including corporate press releases, ensuring that messaging is consistent and tailored for specific audiences (national and international media, trade media and industry stakeholders) and working, where relevant, with external and internal stakeholders and partners.


The Corporate Press Assistant provides general administrative support to the press office including media monitoring and evaluation across print, online, broadcast and digital.


This entry level role would suit a recent journalism graduate or those seeking to develop a career in journalism and/or corporate communications with some experience and understanding of working within a media environment, including developing good working relationships with media.

London, Great Britain
£27,000 per annum
Deadline: Deadline:
24 Mar 2019