|1974||Joins the Chilean Foreign Service.|
|1976-1981||Third, Second and First Secretary – Embassy of Chile in France.|
|1981-1982||Head of the European Department, Bilateral Affairs Division, MFA.|
|1983||Head of the Economic and Commercial Department – Embassy of Chile in Peru.|
|1984-1987||Consul General in Tacna, Peru.|
|1988||Counsellor– Head of the Planning Department, Planning Division, MFA.|
|1989||Chief of Staff of the Director General for Foreign Policy, MFA.|
|1990-1995||Consul General in Philadelphia, United States of America|
|1995-1997||Minister Counsellor – Director of Personnel, MFA.|
|1998-2002||Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Chile to the United States of America – Washington, D.C.|
|October 2002||Promoted to the rank of Ambassador – Director for North America, Central America and the Caribbean, MFA.|
|2004–2010||Ambassador of Chile to Japan.|
|July 2010||Director for European Affairs, MFA.|
|June 2013||Deputy Director General for Bilateral Affairs, MFA.|
|August 2013–March 2014||Director General for Foreign Policy, MFA.|
|August 2014||Ambassador of Chile to Australia|
Bachelors degree (cum laude), in Economics and Business Administration and later Commercial Engineer (major in Business Administration) by the University of Chile. Graduated (suma cum laude) from the Chilean Diplomatic Academy; 1975 Promotion’s Best Student. Diploma (suma cum laude) on International Economic Relations, by the Institut International d’AdministrationPublique, Paris, France.
Decorations: Peru; Commander of the Order of the Sun – Chile; Diplomatic Merit, 35 years – Great Cross of the Sovereign & Military Order of Malta – Spain; Great Cross of the Order of Merit – Japan; Great Cross of the Order of the Rising Sun.
Born April 30, 1952 in Viña del Mar, Chile. Married to Jacqueline Pinto-Hirsch. Five children; Andrea (38), Claudia (36) and Daniel Carvallo-Montes (30). Florencia (15) and Antonia (13) Carvallo-Pinto. Fluent in Spanish, English and French.