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We are now hiring an Administrative Officer.
The Oxford China Office (OCO) is seeking a resourceful and highly effective Administrative Officer who will handle correspondence, financial reporting, donor processing, filing, scholarship administration, office maintenance and logistical support for staff and senior leadership travel within China and across Asia. The role supports the wider mission of the OCO of creating deeper and better relations with alumni, donors and other constituencies in the Asia-Pacific region and may include some online and in-person event management. This position is based in Hong Kong.
The Administrative Officer will therefore play an important role in presenting the University externally, as well as presenting the office to the University.
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University of Oxford China Office in Hong Kong
The University of Oxford is the oldest university in the English-speaking world and is consistently ranked among the top institutions globally.
The University of Oxford China Office in Hong Kong promotes the interests of the University within Greater China and other parts of Asia. The small team at the China Office works collaboratively with colleagues in Oxford and with volunteer organisations to foster connections between the collegiate university and alumni and donors living in the region. Reporting to the University of Oxford Development Office, the China Office works to secure support for the University and serves as a registered charity for donations made in Hong Kong.
The following points lay down the foundations of the working ethos, culture and values of the Development Office. Aspirational and celebratory in turn, they provide a central framework for individual members of staff and teams, encouraging personal and professional growth.
We value each other – We respect the professional expertise of our colleagues. An approachable, friendly and kind office, we work in an environment where transparency of action and clarity of intent create openness and trust.
We work collaboratively – Whether within our own teams, across UODO, the collegiate University, or beyond, working collaboratively is second nature to us, and enables us to navigate complicated landscapes successfully.
We go beyond – We prize working with a high degree of autonomy and trust, and deliver a wide range of projects to the very highest standards. We are committed to personal, professional development.
We are part of something bigger – Our work supports the strategic priorities of the University of Oxford.
We take pride in the contribution we – individually and collectively – make to the University.