Working for British Embassy Warsaw
The British Embassy is an equal opportunity employer.
It is our policy to provide equal opportunity for employment, career development and promotion to all who are eligible, on the basis of ability, qualifications and suitability for the work. Applications from all suitably qualified persons, including members of minority ethnic groups and people with disabilities are therefore welcome. All applications are treated on merit.
A2 (L) Entry Clearance Assistant.
Internship with Executive Office at the British Embassy, Warsaw.
B3 (L) JHA PDG EU Policy Officer - maternity cover
Regional Head of Human Resources
The British diplomatic presence in Poland consists of the British Embassy in Warsaw. Staff at the mission fall into two groups:
- UK-based staff: career diplomatic staff, employed directly by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) in London, and sent to work at posts abroad for periods of 3-5 years
- locally employed staff: local residents, employed in accordance with local employment law and practices
If you are interested in career opportunities as a UK-based officer with the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, please apply directly in London
Vacancies for local staff employed directly by the British Embassy in Warsaw are rare. When positions become available, they are always listed on our website. They are posted under Current Vacancies as they become available. Please keep checking this page for the latest additions.
Please be aware that there are limited opportunities for promotion or progression, however, staff are encouraged to apply for other vacancies within the Embassy as they arise.
The Embassy occasionally offers internships. This opportunity is for students and recent graduates who are local residents.
Students at UK universities who are British nationals and are considering a career in the Diplomatic Service can apply to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office in London for a placement under the FCO placement scheme or a variety of other schemes run by other government departments. Further information is available from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office website under About us.
Applications for employment with the British Embassy in Warsaw should be sent by e-mail in response to advertised vacancies only. Please refer to the guidance in our job advertisements.
When applying, please submit a completedand ensure all sections are filled out and use the Supporting Statement box to explain clearly the motivation, skills and experience you could bring to the role. Please also attach your current CV in English.
We do not process unsolicited applications. Only those applying for a specific position and who are selected for interview will be contacted. No applications will be returned. All applicants must have a high level of spoken and written English (unless stated otherwise) and for most positions an additional fluency in Polish will be required.
The Embassy will consider all applications and invite a selection of candidates for interview. All invited candidates can expect a competency-based interview conducted in English by a panel of embassy staff. During the interview, candidates will be asked about their work experience, career history and skills. Interviews may also include a short practical exercise testing specific skills required for each role.