Please submit application materials in MS Word or PDF formats only.
Note: Due to the large number of applications we receive for vacancies, we will not be able to contact unsuccessful candidates who have not been shortlisted for interview. Please presume, if you have not been invited to attend an interview that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.
The Embassy of Australia in Washington DC does not engage external consultants to undertake its recruitment activity. Please read the position documentation below for the vacancy you are interested in and follow the application procedures listed at How to Apply.
|POSITION||POSITION NUMBER||DEPARTMENT||CLOSING||CLOSING DATE*|
|Administration Assistant||10202||Defence||Opening of Business||01 May 2017|
*Please note all closing dates reflect United States Eastern Standard Time (US EST)
|Cultural Program Manager||10166||DFAT||Shortlisting|
|Accounts Payable and Receivable Officer||10020||DFAT||Shortlisting|
|Sr Congressional Liaison Officer||10163||DFAT||Shortlisting|
|Security Officer (Temporary)||NEW||DFAT||Shortlisting|
Go to LE Salary Scale (as at 1 July 2016)
*All salaries are annual, and are paid in US dollars
Taxation is a personal responsibility for all Locally Engaged Staff (LES) and individuals should confirm their taxation obligations before considering an offer of employment with the Embassy.
For Australians considering employment at the embassy, please use the following link to assess your tax status with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) http://calculators.ato.gov.au/scripts/axos/axos.asp?CONTEXT=&KBS=residency_leaving.XR4. Please note that the embassy is required to report to the ATO the earnings for those staff considered to be Australian residents for taxation purposes.
Information about the Australian-US tax treaty on double taxation can be found here http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-trty/aus.pdf
For those staff with a taxation obligation to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) - in the United States - information on filing US taxes can be found here http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p519.pdf
Dependants of A-based and LES with employment authorisation are required to file tax returns with the IRS in order to renew their employment authorisation cards. This includes returns for those applying treaty exemptions, those with nil earnings, and those employed outside of the embassy. This does not remove the obligation to file tax returns with the Australian Taxation Office.
Please note that there is no relocation allowance given to a successful candidate of a locally engaged position. See Living in the greater Washington DC area for possible sources of information on accommodation, transportation and cost of living in Washington DC and its surrounds.
Please use the following link to see the full terms and conditions of employment for Locally Engaged Staff (LES) at the Australian Embassy in Washington DC terms and conditions
The Embassy of Australia Human Resources Department is currently soliciting interest from persons available to work in temporary positions. Temporary vacancies are usually filled on a short-term contract basis.
NOTE: like all temporary employees, applicants will need to have appropriate work authorisation and correct visa/residence status to be employed.
The Embassy of Australia is accepting expressions of interest from individuals seeking temporary employment with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection. These positions range from data entry to filing and other miscellaneous administrative duties and are primarily LE2 roles with some opportunity for LE3 work. Applicants will need to have appropriate work authorisation and correct visa/residence status to be employed. To be considered for these roles applicants must complete the necessary documentation using the following link http://www.usa.embassy.gov.au/whwh/ApplyTemp.html
Once you have read and understood the requirements – please submit all documentation and any questions you may have to Recruitment.Washington@dfat.gov.au using DIBP Temp Application in the subject line.
Specific questions related to temporary positions can be directed to Paul P. Vella at 202 797 3284 or by email at Recruitment.Washington@dfat.gov.au
To be considered for short term temporary vacancies go to How to Apply for Temporary Employment.
Long term temporary vacancies (e.g. six months or longer) will be advertised here. These vacancies have different application requirements to those for short term temporary vacancies.
From time to time, other posts in the USA will advertise here. Check their websites for other vacancies and further information. Do not send applications or enquiries for vacancies at other posts to the Embassy in Washington DC.
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Your application should generally consist of the following:
• A brief covering letter
• A resume (curriculum vitae) which outlines relevant personal information and career history
• A written statement directly addressing each of the selection criteria
The High Commission sets a number of selection criteria for each vacant position in order to identify the key skills, abilities, experience, knowledge and qualifications which are required to effectively and efficiently perform the functions of the position.
The competing applications we receive are considered and marked against each of the selection criteria in order to find the most suitable applicant. It is therefore essential that applicants address each of the selection criteria listed in the job vacancy advertisement, if their application is to be successful.
Selection criteria are the key determining factors in our recruitment process and applicants must address each of the selection criteria in their applications. Applications which do not address the selection criteria will not be considered.
In preparing a written response to the selection criteria, you should use specific examples of work you have done, describing how you have contributed to a process or an outcome, and how this relates to the particular selection criteria you are addressing. You should seek to demonstrate your ability to meet the requirements of the position by describing your relevant skills, abilities, knowledge, work achievements and experience against each of the selection criteria. You must show us that you meet them and how you meet them.
To find out more on how to address the Selection Criteria, click here.
A guide to the selection and recruitment process
The following provides an outline of a typical selection and recruitment process followed by the High Commission.
Vacant positions are generally advertised on the High Commission’s website. Selection criteria and a job description are provided, and a closing date for applications is specified.
Applications will be initially assessed against the selection criteria to select those applications that are worthy of further consideration and interview. Only those applications that provide written statements directly addressing the selection criteria will be considered for short listing.
Selection for interview
The shortlisted applicants will then be called for an interview at the High Commission. Interviews seek to provide the selection panel with additional information to assess the candidate’s suitability for the vacant position. Interviews are also structured around the selection criteria in order to better establish the relative claims of each applicant against them. The interviews provide a further basis upon which to rank each applicant against each of the selection criteria, to assist in the formulation of the final order of merit.
Structure of Interviews
Interviews are normally conducted by a selection panel of three people and generally take about thirty minutes. During interview, the applicant may be asked a number of questions in relation to the selection criteria. The panel may also give the applicant some scenarios and ask candidates to explain what they would do in the situation. All candidates are asked the same questions. Some positions may require ability or aptitude testing, for example translation skills or computer skills. Testing is normally done on the same day of the interview.
Rank in order of merit
After the interview process, the selection panel ranks interviewed candidates against each selection criteria, taking into account all of the information available to them, to form an overall order of merit.
The panel will then seek to contact referees from the highest ranked candidates. Each candidate is asked to supply at least two referees who can comment directly on their abilities in the work situation. The best referees are those who can discuss your previous work experience in line with the advertised selection criteria.
After referee checks are made, the panel again reviews the order of merit rankings, and submits the final recommendation report to the delegate. Following approval by the delegate, the highest ranked applicant is offered the position. The merit list is followed in the event that the highest ranked applicant declines the job offer.
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