Australian Embassy
Indonesia

Current vacancies

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All applicants must complete an Application Form and submit with a current CV. Incomplete Application Forms will not be progressed to the next stage.
 
Please read the Application Guidelines which may assist with preparing your submission.

Current vacancies

Closed vacancies

Position

Position number

Department

Status

(LE6) Senior Policy and Coordination Officer (readvertise)

10581

DAWR

Finalising

(LE6) Senior Program Manager - Poverty and Social Development

3248

DFAT GHD

Finalising

(LE2) Surabaya - Driver/Administrative Assistant

SBYA04, SBYA05

DFAT

Finalising

(LE3) Surabaya - Head of Post Support and Research Officer

SBYA03

DFAT

Interviewing

(LE3) Program Officer

20227

DFAT

Finalising

(LE5) Surabaya - Corporate Services Manager

SBYA01

DFAT

Finalising

(LE4) Surabaya - Consular, Passport and Public Diplomacy Officer

SBYA02

DFAT

Finalising

(LE5) Program Managers

20196, 20237

DFAT

Interviewing

(LE5) Business and Administration Officer

10492

DIRD

Shortlisting

Information on employment with the Australian Embassy Jakarta

Taxation

Taxation is a personal responsibility for all Locally Engaged Staff (LES) and individuals should confirm their taxation obligations before considering an offer of employment with the Embassy.

An employee will be required to establish their own liability to pay Indonesian or other income tax and any liability for taxation is the personal responsibility of the employee. The Embassy takes no role in the withholding or submission of income taxation payments to the relevant Indonesian authorities or any other taxation collecting authority. The Embassy must report annual income to Indonesian Tax and/or Social Security authorities, if required to do so by the proper authorities.

Please note that the embassy is required to report to the ATO the earnings for those staff considered to be Australian residents for taxation purposes.

Relocation

Please note that there is no relocation allowance given to a successful candidate of a locally engaged position.

Visa and Work Permit

For non-Indonesian nationals, obtaining or renewing work and residence permits in Indonesia is the responsibility of the locally engaged staff and the period of employment is subject to the existence and validity of a current work permit. The Embassy will provide a supporting document confirming employment by the Embassy and reimburse up to a certain amount only for the work permit (IMTA) & stay permit (KITAS). The Employer will also pay for any mandatory levies imposed by the Indonesian Government.