Australian High Commission
Fiji
High Commission address: 37 Princes Rd, TAMAVUA, Suva - Telephone: 338 2211 - Fax: 338 2065

VACANCY

The Australian High Commission is looking for highly motivated, suitably qualified and experienced applicants for the following positions:

Service Delivery Partner Liaison Officer / Regional Training Coordinator (LE6)

The Australian High Commission is seeking applications to fill an expected vacancy in the Immigration Section. The duties include managing and reporting on the delivery of services by the Department’s Service Delivery Partner (SDP) in the Pacific Region, and overseeing the Pacific Region’s learning and development program.

This is a locally engaged position subject to Fiji labour law/s. Please note that all relocation costs are at the expense of the successful candidate. The Australian High Commission is not able to assist with Fiji work permit matters but can provide information in this regard. Prospective applicants are advised to check their eligibility for a work permit and investigate living conditions and costs. Applicants must address the selection criteria when preparing their application.
 

Please read the Candidate Information Pack for details of the full Position Description, Selection Criteria and Information on how to apply. The Candidate Information Pack can be obtained from the above link. Applications must be received no later than 4.30pm
Friday 17 October 2014 and addressed to: 

SDP/RTC Position
Attention: Regional Director,
Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP)
Australian High Commission
PO Box 214, Suva
Alternatively, applications may be emailed to: ahcsuvavacancy@dfat.gov.au
 

Late applications will not be accepted.

 

Defence Office Manager (LE5)

The Australian High Commission is seeking a motivated self-starter with experience in Office and Budget Management. The successful applicant will be competent in MS Office products and have good communication, administrative, logistical, financial, corporate governance and budget management skills.

The Defence Office Manager will be required to work under pressure with limited supervision, while supervising one other staff member. The duties include; managing the Office of the Defence Adviser, producing financial reports, personnel services, supporting official visits, assisting with the facilitation of training, and monitoring and drafting correspondence.

This is a locally engaged position subject to Fiji labour law/s. Please note that all relocation costs are at the expense of the successful candidate. The Australian High Commission is not able to assist with Fiji work permit matters but can provide information in this regard. Prospective applicants are advised to check their eligibility for a work permit and investigate living conditions and costs. Applicants must address the selection criteria when preparing their application.
 

Please read the Candidate Information Pack for details of the full Position Description, Selection Criteria and Information on how to apply. The Candidate Information Pack can be obtained from the above link.


Applications including a statement of claims addressing the selection criteria and a resume, must be submitted by 4.00pm on Monday, 27 October 2014, addressed to:


‘Vacancy – Defence Office Manager’
Human Resource Manager
Australian High Commission
P O Box 214, Suva.

Alternatively, applications may be emailed to: ahcsuvavacancy@dfat.gov.au

Late applications will not be accepted.

 

 

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There are currently no arrangements in place for Work and Holiday or Seasonal Worker Program visas in Australia for Fiji citizens. The Australian and Fijian Governments are working positively towards the Work and Holiday Visa process, but concluding this arrangement will take time. The Australian Government is also considering including Fiji in an expanded Seasonal Worker Program, but there is no time frame for when this will be determined. We would strongly discourage clients engaging with agents who claim to be able to assist with lodgement or processing of these visas. If approached by an agent in relation to these visas, please advise the Australian High Commission by email to immigration.suva@dfat.gov.au. Please continue to check this website for any updates.
 

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