The British Embassy in Tripoli has announced that it is looking to locally recruit a head for the new permanent British . . .[restrict]representative office in Benghazi. The Head of Office will be the chief representative of the United Kingdom in Benghazi and eastern Libya.
An embassy statement said that the person chosen should be able to speak and write in Arabic and English, be skilled at maintaining good relations with external contacts, and have experience of managing an office with a small staff. It said that there will be one additional member of staff in the office, which is not being called a consulate.
The successful candidate is to be responsible for keeping up contact with leading political and social figures in eastern Libya, arranging programmes for official British visitors to Benghazi and sending reports and analyses of political, social and economic developments to the Tripoli embassy and to London.
He or she should be a Libyan citizen or have immigration status which allows them to work in Libya.
Interested candidates are invited to send a CV and letter of application, highlighting why they would like the job and are well-qualified for it to [email protected] — quoting “Benghazi application” in the title line. [/restrict]