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وظائف شاغرة لدى السفارة الاسترالية في عمان برواتب مميزة

 وظائف شاغرة لدى السفارة الاسترالية في عمان



وظائف شاغرة لدى السفارة الاسترالية في عمان برواتب مميزة 


1- LE4 Senior Visa Officer – several vacancies

Duties:
LE4 Senior Visa Officer – several vacancies
• Assess and decide complex visa applications in accordance with Australian legislative and procedural frameworks. An officer is required to accurately review client documentation and interrogate several departmental systems. They must also have a solid understanding of relevant migration legislation and policies to assess and make fair, reasonable and lawful visa decisions.
• Draft lawful and well-written visa decision records (in English) for complex cases and provide feedback and advice to junior officers on their assessment and decision records.
• Undertake client interviews independently. Note the ability to interpret/translate Arabic/English is highly desired (Farsi (Persian), Urdu, Dari or Hazaragi speakers are also encouraged to apply)
• Communicate effectively with a range of stakeholders and clients, including but not limited to, client enquiries, managing service provider relationships and engaging with internal and external Embassy contacts. Officers must exercise sound judgement and reasoning when communicating with clients and stakeholders and will be an escalation point on complex cases for junior officers.
• Apply excellent organisational skills to work efficiently and balance competing priorities. Expect to manage your own work in addition to providing support to junior officers.
• Undertake complex analysis and thorough investigations and integrity checks of visa applications across a range of different programs.
• Contribute to, and support, work practice improvements and data monitoring to identify risks and analyse trends.
• Actively support the Team Leader and Post Management to deliver Australian Government priorities and visa programs. Officers must remain flexible and seek to identify emerging priorities within Home Affairs business.
• Act professionally, ethically and with integrity at all times.
In addition to the above duties, a Senior Visa Officer position requires the ability to assess and decide more complex visa applications. They are expected to be able to operate under limited supervision and be a point of escalation and support for other team members in relation to complex enquiries or cases. They may be given responsibility for a particular visa program or cohort to manage and are often entrusted to manage particular stakeholder relationships.
Selection criteria
1. Works effectively in a fast-paced environment to achieve results with limited supervision.
2. Applies problem solving skills and/or judgement to resolve complex cases, procedural or policy
issues
3. Manages and resolves situations with a challenging client, staff-member or other stakeholder
4. Demonstrates initiative through proposal and/implementation of workplace efficiencies and
improvements

5. Adapts to new workplace environments and can quickly learn and apply new technical or specialist knowledge (e.g. legislation, policies, procedures and/or IT systems)
Additional competencies:
• Highly desirable: competent in both Arabic and English and ability to interpret/translate between both languages.
- Candidates fluent in either Farsi (Persian), Urdu, Dari or Hazaragi are also encouraged to
apply as the Department operates global case management principles and officers may be expected to process applications from across the region.
Applications must include:
(1) A short resume (maximum two pages);
(2) A written response addressing each of the selection criteria listed above. Note:
a. There is a strict 300 maximum word limit for each criteria. Any words over this limit for each criteria will not be considered.
b Please base your responses on your previous work experience (i.e. use work examples). You may use the same work example to address more than one selection criterion if you wish. You are encouraged to use the STAR method when describing your work example:
- Situation - describe the situation you were faced with.
- Task – what was the task/s you were responsible for?
- Action – what steps did you take to address the issue and if relevant, why did you choose this course of action?
- Result – what outcomes or benefits did your action/s achieve? (3) Thecontactdetailsofatleasttwoworkreferees;
a. If currently working, one of these referees should be your current supervisor Please forward applications no later than 5pm 13 MARCH 2022 UTC/GMT +2 .
Note:
• Incomplete or late applications will not be accepted.
• Any enquiries, including in relation to salary details, should be directed to the email address.
• The Australian Government is an equal opportunity employer. We have a non - discriminatory work environment.
• New staff are employed on a non-ongoing contract of up to twelve- months, with a three-month probationary period.
• Please advise if you have a relative or friend working at the Australian Embassy. This will not
harm your application but will ensure transparency and avoid potential conflicts of interest in the assessment process. All applications will be assessed by neutral parties, on their individual merits and using standardised criteria

2- LE3 Visa Officer – several vacancies

LE3 Visa Officer – several vacancies
The Australian Embassy in Amman is seeking a high-performing, pro-active and service-focused person to work in the Department of Home Affairs section within the Embassy.
Duties:
• Assess and decide visa applications in accordance with Australian legislative and procedural frameworks. An officer is required to accurately review client documentation and interrogate several departmental systems. They must also have a solid understanding of relevant migration legislation and policies to assess and make fair, reasonable and lawful visa decisions.
• Draft lawful and well-written visa decision records (in English).
• Undertake client interviews independently. Note the ability to interpret/translate
Arabic/English is highly desired (Farsi (Persian), Urdu, Dari or Hazaragi speakers are also
encouraged to apply)
• Communicate effectively with a range of stakeholders and clients, including but not limited
to, responding to client enquiries and requesting clients supply additional documentation. Officers must exercise sound judgement, reasoning and accuracy when communicating with clients or escalating complex cases to senior officers.
• Provide strong administrative assistance in a high-pressure environment, including managing mailboxes and client records, ensuring identity information is correct, and apply effective case management principles to your daily work.
• Meets weekly delivery targets
• Apply excellent organisational skills to work efficiently and balance competing priorities. Be
flexible and willing to adapt quickly to emerging priorities.
• Act professionally, ethically and with integrity at all times.
Selection criteria
1. Utilises research and analytical skills, and/or relevant legislative & procedural frameworks to deliver results
2. Demonstrated ability to maintain strong relationships with clients, colleagues and supervisors to support work priorities/outcomes
3. Applies problem solving skills and/or judgement to resolve an issue or case
4. Adapts to new workplace environments and can quickly learn and apply new technical or specialist
knowledge (e.g. legislation, policies, procedures and/or IT systems)
Additional competencies:
• Highly desirable: competent in both Arabic and English and ability to interpret/translate between both languages.
- Candidates fluent in either Farsi (Persian), Urdu, Dari or Hazaragi are also encouraged to
apply as the Department operates global case management principles and officers may be expected to process applications from across the region.
Applications must include:
(1) A short resume (maximum two pages);
(2) A written response addressing each of the selection criteria listed above. Note:
a. There is a strict 300 maximum word limit for each criteria. Any words over this limit for each criteria will not be considered.
b Please base your responses on your previous work experience (i.e. use work examples). You may use the same work example to address more than one selection criterion if you wish. You are encouraged to use the STAR method when describing your work example:
- Situation - describe the situation you were faced with.
- Task – what was the task/s you were responsible for?
- Action – what steps did you take to address the issue and if relevant, why did you choose this course of action?
- Result – what outcomes or benefits did your action/s achieve? (3) Thecontactdetailsofatleasttwoworkreferees;
a. If currently working, one of these referees should be your current supervisor Please forward applications no later than 5pm 13 MARCH 2022 UTC/GMT +2 .

Note:
• Incomplete or late applications will not be accepted.
• Any enquiries, including in relation to salary details, should be directed to the email address.
• The Australian Government is an equal opportunity employer. We have a non - discriminatory work environment.
• New staff are employed on a non-ongoing contract of up to twelve- months, with a three-month probationary period.
• Please advise if you have a relative or friend working at the Australian Embassy. This will not
harm your application but will ensure transparency and avoid potential conflicts of interest in the assessment process. All applications will be assessed by neutral parties, on their individual merits and using standardised criteria.



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