Tuesday, July 09, 2013

Australian High Commission Vacancy- VISA Processing Oficer

Vacancy- VISA Processing Oficer  (LE5 & LE6)
A vacancy exists on a contractual basis in the Immigration Section at the Australian High Commission.  The position is to be filled August 2013.
Specific duties include:
•    Participate in the team environment
•    Assist with the efficient processing of visa applications
•    Enter and retrieve data from computer based systems
•    Provide a high level of client service at all times when dealing with members of the public directly at our service counters, by phone and electronically

•    Check for completeness and validity of applications and be responsible for collection of public monies in accordance with Chief Executive Instructions (CEI)
•    Assist with the management of mail and filing within the office
•    Assist with general clerical duties and other duties as directed
•    Organise interview trips including preparation of the casework, travel, interpreters and other necessary equipment for the team
•    Engage/liaise regularly with our key external stakeholders
•    Prepare citizenship applications for decision to the Manager
•    Travel both within Kenya and other countries for immigration-related work
•    Conduct investigative interviews with our clients
•    Research, analyse and prepare reports
In addition to the above duties, the successful applicant of the LE6 position will also include:
•    Interpret and apply migration legislation and policy in a decision making environment
•    Prepare lawful decision records and complex case assessments
•    Research and analyse information by drawing on various sources of data
Salary and Benefits
Starting monthly salary for an LE5 position is from Ksh 93,235.  The LE6 position will have a monthly salary from Ksh 127,227.
Benefits include payment of medical insurance for employee and contributions for dependents, 22 days recreation leave per year, a performance payment scheme and opportunities for incremental advancement.
Applications are to be emailed to the Australian High Commission by no later than close of business Friday 19 July 2013.  Late applications will not be accepted.
Applications should be emailed to australian.hc.kenya@dfat.gov.au with the subject heading “LE5 and LE6 Round” (applications cannot be submitted by mail or in person).
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