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Hành chính - Văn phòng
Mô tả công việc
The Australian Consulate-General in Ho Chi Minh City is seeking self-motivated and well-organised candidates to fill the full time Property Manager position (LE4).
Working for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), the Property Manager assists the Consul, Consular & Administration and the Senior Administration Officer to manage DFAT’s property and asset portfolio at the Australian Consulate-General, as well as logistics for visits by high level Australian officials.
Yêu cầu công việc
Applicants should have strong experience in property management and maintenance.
The successful applicant will be offered an initial contract for a 12-month period, and the Embassy will consider flexible work arrangements. The full-time monthly gross salary ranges from VND 28,364,925 to VND 31,364,508, depending on skills and experience.
For more information on the position, including the position selection criteria, please visit the Australian Consulate-General website at *********
HOW TO APPLY :
Information on how to apply for the job can be found in the “Careers” page under current job vacancies at the Australian Consulate-General website: ********* Applicants should complete a maximum 650 words pitch outlining the applicant’s abilities and directly addressing each point of the selection criteria (no more than two pages typed). The selection process will be strictly merit-based. Applications that do not address each selection criteria will not be considered. Lodgement of online applications are due on Monday 21 January 2019, 11:30 pm (HCMC time). Late applications will not be considered.
All position specific inquiries should be sent via Vietnamworks.
THE AUSTRALIAN CONSULATE-GENERAL IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
Quyền lợi được hưởng
- Professional and dynamic working environment