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Welcome to the Australian Office Taipei
Serving the interests of Australia and Australians in Taiwan
The Australian Office, which represents Australian interests in Taiwan, is seeking a suitable person to fill the following positions in the Economic & Policy Section and the Consular & Administrative Section:
Policy Research Officer
An opportunity exists for a motivated person with relevant background and interest in research and reporting on trade and economic issues; translation of Chinese-language material; and providing administrative support.
The successful applicant will possess: fluency in English and Chinese; demonstrable experience in research and report writing; attention to detail; the ability to work to tight deadlines; familiarity with trade and economic issues in Taiwan and the region, and competence with Microsoft applications.
This appointment will be a permanent position. Salary is NTD59,339 per month. Other benefits include Chinese New Year bonus, pension scheme and insurance. More...
The Australian Office is looking for someone with proficiency in English and a native speaker of Chinese; must have a valid driver’s license and experience with driving on road: demonstrable experience in office administrative duties; and familiarity with common office computer applications. The responsibilities will include an equal mix of driving and administrative duties.
This appointment will be a 14-month temporary position. Salary is NTD54,421 per month. Other benefits include Chinese New Year bonus, pension scheme and insurance. [ More ... ]
Closing date: COB Thursday 4 Septmeber 2014.
The Australian Centre on China in the World of the Australian National University (ANU) invites submission for “Taiwan-The View from the South” International Conference
29 August 2014
The Australian Centre on China in the World invites submissions for an international conference on all aspects of the study of Taiwan to take place on 6-8 January 2015. [ More ]
Australian artists Tanya Schultz and Buff Diss feature public artworks at the annual Very Fun Park Contemporary Art exhibition
27 August 2014
The 9th Very Fun Park exhibition, organised annually by Fubon Art Foundation, is taking place across the eastern part of Taipei City and Songshan Cultural and Creative Park until 14 September. [ More ]
Melbourne declared “world's most liveable city”, four Australian cities make the top ten
27 August 2014
Melbourne has retained its status as the world’s most liveable city for a fourth consecutive year. [ More ]
Taiwan-owned Synnex unveils A$45 million automated logistics centre in Western Sydney
21 August 2014
Synnex, a Taiwan-owned enterprise, has unveiled its A$45 million logistics centre which will add 100 new jobs in Australia and be able to handle thousands of items per day. [ More ]
The Representative of the Australian Office, Mr Kevin Magee, has sent letters to President Ma Ying-Jeou and Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chu expressing profound condolences, on behalf of the people of Australia, to the family and loved ones of those who lost their lives in the recent deadly Kaohsiung explosions. [ more ]
6 August 2014
The Australian Office welcomes award-winning Australian A Cappella group “The Idea of North” kicks off Taipei Summer Jazz Festival at a free outdoor gig in the main plaza at the National Theatre & Concert Hall at 7:30pm this Friday
6 August 2014
“The Idea of North” was invited to perform for Taipei International Choral Festival in 2008, and is returning to Taiwan for Taipei Summer Jazz Festival performing at 7:30pm on (Fri) 8 Aug at the Main Plaza of National Theatre & Concert Hall in Taipei ( free outdoor performance). [ more ]
24 July 2014
The Representative of the Australian Office, Mr Kevin Magee, today wrote to President Ma Ying-Jeou expressing sincere condolences on behalf of the Australian government and the Australian people to the family and loved ones of those who lost their lives in the tragic plane crash in Penghu.
Australian and Taiwanese scientists discovered new molecule to help understanding hydrogen storage
29 July 2014
Australian and Taiwanese scientists have discovered a new molecule which puts the science community one step closer to solving one of the barriers to development of cleaner, greener hydrogen fuel-cells as a viable power source for cars. [ more ]