Expression of Interest - Casual Relocation Contractors' Escorts
Temporary, Shift work
USD43,290 per annum (pro-rated)
Washington DC, United States of America
Embassy of Australia - Washington DC
Expressions of Interest for Embassy Relocation Escorting Duties
Be part of the team to assist with the successful move from our current premises to the new premises at the National Geographic building on 17th Street. We are looking for motivated and enthusiastic people to work shifts either daytime, evenings and/or nights. Duties will involve close supervision of the relocation contractors during the move (November), and/or escorting contractors during the day at the new site (ad-hoc September-November). Your role will be to ensure security protocols are strictly adhered to at all times. You may be located in the current Embassy, travel with the moving truck and/or supervise movers or contractors in the new building. We are looking for reliable and committed staff with a keen attention to detail and ability to stay alert for the duration of each shift.
The bulk of the relocation will be 11-24 November, and will occur weeknights between 6pm and 7am and weekends from 6pm Friday until 7am Monday (with shifts operating within these times). Some work escorting contractors completing works at the new site during business hours will occur ad-hoc from 1 September to 30 November. Exact times will be known closer to relocation.
We welcome applications from those who are willing to do shifts within any of these timeframes.
To be an eligible applicant, you must:
• be either a United States citizen or a lawful permanent resident (Green Card holder) or hold a dependant A1, A2 or G4 visa with current Employment Authorisation
• be local to the Washington DC area
• be willing to undergo a mandatory police check
All enquiries about the position and the application process should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do not send application via email as they will not be considered.
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