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Current Vacancies

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.

Finance Officer NEW Defence Opening of Business 15 May 2017
Projects Administration Support Officer (Temporary) 11500 Defence Opening of Business 17 May 2017
Registry and Safehand Officer 10012 DFAT Opening of Business 22 May 2017

*Please note all closing dates reflect United States Eastern Standard Time (US EST)

Closed Vacancies

Immigration Officer 10118 DIBP Shortlisting
Administration Assistant (extended) 10202 Defence Shortlisting
Registry Officer 10171 Defence Shortlisting
Accounts Payable and Receivable Officer 10020 DFAT Shortlisting
Cultural Program Manager 10166 DFAT Shortlisting
Sr Congressional Liaison Officer 10163 DFAT Interviewing
Liaison Assistant 10800 DFAT Interviewing

Employment Conditions

LE Salary Scale

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.

Terms and conditions of employment for Locally Engaged Staff (LES)

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

Temporary Employment

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.

Contact Information

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.

Vacancies at other Posts

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.

PN 1868 - Human Resources Adviser - AUSTRADE - New York - closing 11:30 pm 14 May 2017 (EST)


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Monday 9.00–12.00
Tuesday 9.00–12.00
Wednesday 9.00–12.00
Thursday 9.00–12.00
Friday 9.00–12.00
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Sunday closed
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Tuesday 14.30–16.00
Wednesday 14.30–16.00
Thursday 14.30–16.00
Friday 14.30–16.00
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Sunday closed

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About the Australian Embassy in The Philippines

Head of Mission

Australian Ambassador to the Philippines
Ms Amanda Gorely

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Ms Gorely is a senior career officer with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Most recently she was Corporate Counsel and head of the Corporate Legal Branch, a position she held since 2012. She has previously served overseas as Deputy High Commissioner at the Australian High Commission in Wellington and Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Geneva, with earlier postings in Stockholm and Copenhagen.

In Canberra, Ms Gorely has served also as Assistant Secretary, WTO Trade Law Branch; Director, International Law Section; and Director, Human Rights and Indigenous Issues Section.

Opening hours

The Embassy is open to the public from 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday except for public holidays.

Public Holidays


  • Monday, 2 January – New Year’s Day
  • Thursday, 13 April – Maundy Thursday
  • Friday, 14 April – Good Friday
  • Monday, 1 May – Philippine Labour Day
  • Monday, 12 June – Philippine Independence Day
  • Monday, 26 June – Eidul Ftr (movable date)
  • Monday, 1 September – Eidul Adha (movable date)
  • Monday, 2 October - Australian Labour Day
  • Wednesday, 1 November - All Saint’s Day
  • Monday, 25 December – Christmas Day
  • Tuesday, 26 December – Boxing Day
  • Wednesday, 27 December - Additional DFAT Holiday
  • Thursday, 28 December - Additional DFAT Holiday
  • Friday, 29 December – Additional DFAT Holiday

Employment Opportunities

Thank you for considering a career with the Australian Embassy in The Philippines.

All vacancies at the Embassy are advertised on our website. Advertised vacancies will include a position duty statement, selection criteria and general information.

The Embassy does not accept ad hoc or general applications that are not related to a current advertised position.

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Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR):

No positions vacant at this time

Admin/Consular/Political/Economic/Development DFAT:

  • DFAT Consular Officer LE4 (Closing of application is on Wednesday, 17 May 2017)
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Immigration and Visa Office:

No positions vacant at this time

Australian Trade Commission (AUSTRADE):

No positions vacant at this time

Defence Section:

No positions vacant at this time

Australian Federal Police:

No positions vacant at this time


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