View Vacancy - Immigration Liaison Assistant A2 (54/19 PTA) Maternity Cover

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Immigration Enforcement International (formerly RALON)

Main purpose of job:

This advert is for maternity cover between 4 and 6 months. 

To provide assistance to the IEI Team in daily management of the office. To liaise with the Visa Section in Pretoria and with external partners to assist in meeting IEI Africa’s business objectives. To collate and process data obtained from the IEI Africa Region, the Home Office and external partners.

Roles and responsibilities:

Assist the Immigration Liaison Duty Officer with the daily management of the office.

Provide effective and timely responses to referrals from ECO’s, ILO’s and ILM’s and conduct checks on their behalf.

Liaise with airlines and airport security companies.

Process Allegations.  

Update the databases on a regular basis with information received from ILO, ILM, airlines, and results of document verifications received from the UKVI Enrichment Unit.

Manage the IEI inbox: ensure queries sent to IEI Pretoria Inbox are dealt with by relevant ILM’s and ILO’s, and statistical data received from the UK and other organisations is processed correctly and on time.

Ensure all documents and intelligence are stored and disseminated within the parameters of Home Office guidance.

Strong IT skills (Excel, Word, Outlook)

Strong analytical skills 

Language: Fluent English

Making Effective Decisions, Collaborating and Partnering, Managing a Quality Service, Delivering at Pace
28 August 2019
A2 (L)
Fixed Term
4 months
South Africa
British High Commission
R 21,991.23
15 December 2019

Learning and development opportunities (and any specific training courses to be completed):

In house training

Employment will be subject to obtaining the appropriate security clearance.  Please note that only nationals of UK, EU countries, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand are likely to meet this requirement.


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This opportunity is closed to applications.