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The Danish Embassy in Beijing is looking for a student assistant for our Health team in the Trade Department

Position:    Student assistant
Deadline:   June 30, 2016
Location:    Beijing 


The Royal Danish Embassy in Beijing is looking for a Chinese student with an understanding of the Chinese Healthcare sector.

We offer:
• An opportunity to enrich yourself by working with Danish commercial counsellors and Chi-nese professionals in a cross-cultural and exciting working environment
• An opportunity to broaden your view by exposing yourself to the business world between Denmark and China
• To build up your network in a governmental and business platform

If you find this attractive we are open for applicants who currently study at a university.


• Excellent command in English both in writing and speaking;
• Studies related with the health sector is a plus;
• Good analytical and communication skills;
• Good overviewing and planning skills as well as an ability to sense important details;
• Structured approach to assignments.

• Data collection;
• Contribution to and participation in writing reports;
• Contribution to execute VIP meetings and on-going cases
• Information collection for planning of high level visits between Danish companies and Chi-nese authorities or companies;
• Ad hoc assignments.


Practical info:
• Working hours: 20 hours per week.
• We will offer you RMB 2.000 a month for your work.
• Duration: we strongly prefer long term commitment (preferably a year).
• Interviews will take place in June 2016.

Please send your motivated application incl. CV to no later than June 30th   2016. The subject box of the e-mail should read “Student assistant Health Team”.
If you want to know more about the position please contact Nina Li, at – 85329948.
The Royal Danish Embassy promotes equal opportunities for all and welcomes applications from qualified individuals, regardless of race, gender, religion or disability.

About us:
The Trade Council is the governmental export and investment promotion organization under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark. The organization comprises all governmental activities designed to promote Danish export and foreign investment in Denmark under one roof.
The Trade Council has approximately 250 employees abroad located at 90 embassies, consulates general and trade commissions in 64 countries.
To ensure that the Trade Council's activities are always rooted in the needs of the business community, a Board of Directors has been established. The Board consists of active business professionals with practical international experience as well as industrial and social insight.
The organization focuses on offering Danish companies individual advice on all issues important for their international activities. It is a professional and innovative organization, which aims to secure the best possible conditions for taking part in the increasing globalization for the Danish industry. Moreover, it is an organization, which can act as a sparring partner for companies at all levels.
The Trade Council is in a position to offer substantial and discernible benefits to both new and experienced export firms. The goal is to offer the Danish business community the opportunity to enter a close partnership, which will enhance the professional analysis of foreign markets and thereby increase the competitiveness of the companies
We look forward to hearing from you!