JOB VACANCY – ASYLUM SEEKER TURNAROUND PROJECT
The Commonwealth Government is inviting expressions of interest for multiple positions in its Border Protection Force.
- Identify boat load of asylum seekers by boat manifest or physical evidence
- Advise to Royal Australian Navy and Customs vessels that applicant has the required number of asylum seekers
- Advise to RAN and Customs that asylum seekers intention is to cross into Australian jurisdiction to achieve a landing on Australian soil to seek protection from persecution
- Show evidence of sufficient fuel supplies to exit Australian waters
- Show evidence of how much fuel is needed to achieve landfall in another receiving jurisdiction, in order that RAN and Customs can deliver sufficient fuel supplies or zodiacs to achieve that landfall
- Command of English sufficient to engage in financial transaction
- Upon finalisation of financial transaction, vessels should sail to any jurisdiction and not proceed any further to Australia
- Ownership of vessel or evidence of rental of same, wooden and leaky option preferred
- Captain’s qualifications obtained in any nation other than Australia
- Previous experience in people smuggling, desirable
- Demonstrated lack of empathy to plight of passengers and demonstrated ignorance of basic human rights
- Ability to count, in Australian dollars, up to $50,000
References are not required. However, previous experience will be rewarded by additional payments if it can be established that regular deliveries can be arranged.
This is an unconscionable position to take in people smuggling and applicants need to acknowledge that they are participating in a new dimension in people smuggling and transitioning.
Applicants need to be aware that they will attract the condemnation of the Australian public but the approval of the Prime Minister of Australia, and the Minister for Immigration (affectionately called the Minster for Preventing Immigration).
Payments made by RAN or Customs officials on behalf of the Australian Government will be Australian tax free but will be denied by Australian officials as they will be deemed to never have taken place.
Applicants may co-operate with Indonesian police on the condition that they freely deliver the fee negotiated at sea to that police force without any caveats. Receipts from the Indonesian police will not be recognised by the Australian government.
Applicants will be required to declare on the Koran, Bible or Hindu Holy Book that they know nothing, and attest that they abide by the principle of non-recollection.
Expressions of interest need to be forwarded by vessel at time on encounter with RAN or Customs vessels.
EOIs need not be in English but can be conveyed in Indonesian, Sri Lankan or any other Asian language, including sign language. Interpreters can be provided on request.
Applications can be submitted to the Captain of any RAN or Customs vessel at any time outside Australian waters.
Authorised by Mr P.M. Abbotoir, PH Canberra 2600