About the Australian Embassy in The Philippines
Head of Mission
Mr Robinson is a senior career officer (Deputy Secretary level) in the Foreign Affairs and Trade portfolio. Over his extensive career, he has developed and expanded Australia’s relationships with a broad range of countries, with a particular focus on the South East Asian region. He has served in Australia’s embassies in Jakarta, Yangon and Bangkok and has held a range of senior positions in Canberra across operational and corporate areas.
In 2009, Mr Robinson was made an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) “for service to Australia’s international interests through a significant and sustained contribution”.
Mr Robinson holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) and Diploma in Education from the University of Sydney.
Mr Robinson was born in 1959 and is married with two children.
The Embassy is open to the public from 8:30am to 5:00pm Monday to Friday except for public holidays.
- Monday, 1 January – New Year’s Day
- Monday, 28 January – Australia Day
- Thursday, 18 April – Maundy Thursday
- Friday, 19 April – Good Friday
- Wednesday, 1 May – Philippine Labour Day
- Wednesday, 12 June – Philippine Independence Day
- Monday, 26 August – Philippine National Heroes’ Day
- Monday, 7 October – Australia Labour Day
- Tuesday, 1 November - All Saint’s Day
- Wednesday, 25 December - Christmas Day
- Thursday, 26 December – Boxing Day
- Friday, 27 December - Additional DFAT Holiday
- Monday, 30 December - Additional DFAT Holiday (also Rizal Day Philippines)
- Tuesday, 31 December – Additional DFAT Holiday
Thank you for considering a career with the Australian Embassy in The Philippines.
All vacancies at the Embassy are advertised on our website. Advertised vacancies will include a position duty statement, selection criteria and general information. In conjunction with the Applicant Information Pack, kindly read the Manila Locally Engaged Staff (LES) Terms and Conditions of Employment which outlines the benefits and conditions that govern LES employment with the Australian Embassy Manila.
The Embassy does not accept ad hoc or general applications that are not related to a current advertised position.
To view current vacancies at the Australian Embassy The Philippines, please click on the link below:
Please note that all closing dates and times reflect Australian Eastern Standard Time/Australian Daylight Savings Time (AEST/ADST).
All recruitment queries should be sent to email@example.com
Status of current selection exercises
The following selection exercises are currently under way at the Australian Embassy The Philippines. The status of these will be updated regularly.
|Closing date||Position title||Department||Status|
Wednesday, 10 July 2019
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
|Wednesday, 17 July 2019||
LE2 Administrative Officer, LE3 Visa Processing Officer, LE4 Integrity Officer (Extended)
|Department of Home Affairs||Shortlist|
|Wednesday, 17 July 2019||E4 Program Officer (Counter Terrorism and Civil Maritime Security), LE5 Political Research Officer (Counter Terrorism) (Extended)||Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade||Shortlist|
|Wednesday, 24 July 2019||LE4 Senior Visa Processing Officer (Extended)||Department of Home Affairs||Advertised|
|Thursday, 25 July 2019||LE4 Defence Cooperation Program (In-Country) Coordinator, LE4 Defence Cooperation Program (Out-of-Country) Coordinator||Department of Defence||Advertised|
|Friday, 26 July 2019||LE3 Assistant Defence Cooperation Program Coordinator, LE3 Defence Cooperation Program Administrative Assistant||Department of Defence||Advertised|
There are no job vacancies in the Embassy.