*The Embassy will accept the application through the Embassy’s recruitment email address only, DO NOT click Apply/Apply Now on JobCute advertisement page* สถานเอกอัครราชทูตออสเตรเลียรับใบสมัครผ่านทางอีเมลของแผนกทรัพยากรบุคคลเท่านั้น*
**To access the Embassy’s recruitment email address, please visit www.thailand.embassy.gov.au, under ‘About Us’ and ‘Job Opportunity’** กรุณาไปที่เว็บไซต์ของสถานทูตฯสำหรับอีเมลของแผนกทรัพยากรบุคคล**
***Applications close on Tuesday, 20 August 2019, 4.30 pm (Bangkok Time) *** เปิดรับสมัครถึงวันอังคารที่ ๒๐ สิงหาคม ๒๕๖๒ เวลา ๑๖.๓๐ น. ***
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) are inviting applications for Consular and Passport Officer which is a full-time position classified at Level 4 (LE4). The closing date for applications is Tuesday, 20 August 2019, 4.30pm (Bangkok time). The position is based at the Australian Consulate-General, Phuket, Thailand, www.phuket.consulate.gov.au
A Position Description which also sets out specific skills and other specifications is attached.
How to Apply
For any application to be ELIGIBLE and therefore considered, it must include the following:
Please send your application to the Embassy's recruitment email address.
Please name the email subject ‘Application for LE4 Consular and Passport Officer – [insert first name and last name]’. For example, Application for LE4 Consular and Passport Officer – Sarah Smith.
Enquiries regarding the position may be directed to the Human Resources Unit at the Embassy's recruitment email address.
Important Notice: Applicants must provide a brief written Statement of Claims to show their suitability. The Statement of Claims forms the most important part of the application, as this information, together with the resume, will be used to shortlist applicants for further consideration for the vacancy. There is no need for a covering letter.
In addressing each criterion please ensure that you provide example(s) based on previous experience where available, to demonstrate your capability.
Consular and Passport Officer
Work Level Classification:
THB 52,239 per month
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)
Date of Commencement:
As soon as possible
Two years and six months
Place of Work:
Australian Consulate-General, Phuket, THAILAND
Employment will be subject to a satisfactory medical and police/security checks. The actual start date will be confirmed following the outcome of the police checks which will be carried out in Thailand, Australia, any country where the successful candidate is a citizen, and any country where the successful candidate has resided for 6 months or more in the past 5 years. Please note that costs for police check in any country other than Thailand will be met by the successful candidate.
For prospective expatriate employees, please note that all costs associated with the employee’s relocation to and stay in Phuket/Thailand, including visa fees, are the employee’s responsibility. The Embassy can provide limited assistance to the employee requesting a Thai visa and permit to stay. It is the employees’ responsibility to obtain the relevant documents and ensure that they are compliant with immigration regulations.
The Embassy is unable to assist with Thai Visa matters in relation to the spouse or partner or family members of an employee. Prospective applicants are advised to check their eligibility for a visa - and investigate living conditions and costs.
Please note that only ELIGIBLE applications will be considered, and only short listed candidates will be contacted for interview and provided with feedback on the selection process, on request.
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Consular and Passport Officer
Australian Consulate–General Phuket
REPORTS TO (TITLE)
Consular and Passport Manger
About the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
The role of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) is to advance the interests of Australia and Australians internationally. This involves strengthening Australia’s security, enhancing Australia’s prosperity, delivering an effective and high quality overseas aid program and helping Australian travellers and Australians overseas.
The department provides foreign, trade and development policy advice to the Australian Government. DFAT also works with other Australian government agencies to drive coordination of Australia’s pursuit of global, regional and bilateral interests.
About the position
The Consular and Passport Officer has a critical role in supporting the Australian Consulate–General Phuket on a full-time basis. Under general direction, the Consular and Passport Officer provides efficient and secure passport and notarial services to Australian citizens living and travelling in Phuket, Phang Nga, Krabi and Surathani Provinces. The position conducts passport interviews and processes applications whilst providing courteous, effective and helpful advice and assistance to Australians. This position also provides support to family members in circumstances that include hospitalisation, arrest, death, welfare, whereabouts or crisis situations, and manages a range of administrative functions, including processing client fees.
This position may be required to provide emergency consular assistance outside of office hours, and may be required to travel on an ad hoc basis. This includes participating in an after-hours on-call duty roster.
The key responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to:
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