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					GENERAL STAFF POSITION STATEMENT TEMPLATE BUILDER
! This spreadsheet is designed as a guide in developing
General Staff Position Statements. The following
clauses are suggestions only for wording at the
appropriate classification level.
HEO Level              Duties                                                                        HEO1                                                                     HEO2                                                                          HEO3                                                                    HEO4
Level of Supervision                                                      Under close supervision                                          Routine supervision of straightforward tasks. Close supervision of              Procedural direction                                                    Procedural direction
                                                                                                                                           more complex tasks
1. JOB SPECIFIC        a. Insert specific clause relating to specialist                                                                    1. Insert specific clause relating to specialist duty - see examples below      1. Insert specific clause relating to specialist duty - see examples    1. Insert specific clause relating to specialist duty - see examples
CLAUSE                 duty - see examples below for some generic                                                                          for some generic roles.                                                         below for some generic roles.                                           below for some generic roles.
                       roles.
                       Technical                                          Houseperson/Cleaner - Colleges: 1) Vacuum, clean and             Grounds person: 1) Undertake the maintenance of lawns, roads,                   1. Operate and maintain farm and feedlot machinery. 2. Assess          1) Provide technical support to the School/project team, which may
                                                                          dust study bedrooms, hallways, flats, tutorial rooms,            pedestrian paths, carparks, tree maintenance, bushland restoration,             and report on health of animals in feedlot pens. 3. Assess animals     include: preparation for undergraduate practical classes including
                                                                          computing rooms and entrance areas; 2) Change linen and          cleaning and maintenance to stormwater drains and culverts and                  feeding patterns and determine if ration changes are required. 4.      maintenance of teaching facilities; set up, maintenance and
                                                                          make beds, including linen collection and distribution for       landscaping in assigned areas in cooperation with other staff working           Update computerised ration formulation database and amend              monitoring of experiments in a field or laboratory situation;
                                                                          designated area; 3) Scrub and clean bathrooms, toilets,          within this jurisdiction as directed. 2) Undertake basic sprinkler repair and   feeding program as necessary. 5. Advise changes to feeding             preparation of reagents; undertake routine assays; collection and
                                                                          kitchenettes (including stoves and ovens) and scrub other        maintenance in assigned areas including: a) reporting defects; b) at the        program to the Feedlot Manager or Assistant Manager and record         collation of samples and data; data entry and routine analysis;
                                                                          general areas as specified from time to time; 4) Wash and        direction of the Supervisor running systems at least once a week and            quantities fed out. 6. Weighing and recording cattle weights against   assistance with identification or measurement of specimens; copying
                                                                          brush paths and walkways and cleaning of roofing and             checking for defects. 3) Use of herbicide and insecticide sprays, as            individual cattle identification numbers. 7. Mustering and yarding of  and distribution of teaching material; animal welfare. 2) Provide
                                                                          gutterings; 5) Internal and external window cleaning where       required and directed. 4) Undertake the maintenance of assigned broad           cattle on motorbike. 8. Cleaning out feed and water troughs when       technical advice and assistance to students, staff and/or project
                                                                          appropriate; 6) General cleaning of corridor walls and           acre and lawn areas as directed. 5) Be responsible for maintaining              required. 9. Cleaning out of pens, cattle yards and mill equipment     team. 3) Maintain accurate laboratory records of experimental data
                                                                          woodwork, such as doors, skirting boards and cupboards; 7)       equipment and tools in a safe and good operating condition in                   when required. 10. Cary out general fencing, building and              and procedures. 4) Maintain adequate supplies of materials to meet
                                                                          Application of chemical awareness, OHS guidelines, storage       accordance with Work Cover requirements and reporting on the need for           machinery repairs when required. 11. Carry out other general farm      teaching requirements and/or needs of the project. Maintain accurate
                                                                          and safe handling of cleaning chemical, which will include       repairs, replacements or additional equipment when necessary. 6) At all         duties relevant to the position. 12. Supervision of casual staff as    records for ordering and stock take purposes. 5) Responsible for
                                                                          decanting chemicals from bulk supply containers for daily        times, in accordance with N.S.W. Occupational Health and Safety Act,            required.                                                              routine maintenance and cleaning of laboratory, preparation room
                                                                          use 8) Report any building, furniture and furnishing defects     maintain the highest standards of safety with staff and equipment. 7) As                                                                               and equipment. 6) Assist with preparation and display of information
                                                                          and                                                              directed                                                                                                                                               for
                                                                          faults noted whilst carrying out other duties to the             install and maintain signage on University Grounds. 8) Attend training          Grounds/Maintenance Colleges: 1. Undertake a range of general School/project presentations. 7) Responsible for basic building and
                                                                          Administrative Assistant - Operations; 9) Porterage including    courses, seminars, etc when required by the University. Driver/Table            grounds duties which may include: operation of tractor mowers and equipment security.
                                                                          but not limited to the movement of furniture/items to and        Hand: Deliveries of finished printing materials both on and off the             other equipments such as hedge setter, chain saw, whipper snipper,
                                                                          from areas within the College as required; 10) Assist with       University Campus. 2. Assist with the finishing of printed materials,           computerised watering system and other equipment as relevant to
                                                                          linen and furniture stock-take; 11) Assist with basic            guillotining, colour copying, stapling, folding and when needed collating.      the position; general gardening; laying of paths, brickwork, sleepers,
                                                                          maintenance when appropriate, and maintain equipment for         3. Organise and keep records of the dispatch of materials to various            etc; and other general grounds work as relevant to the position. 2.
                                                                          conference and tutorial rooms, reporting defects and faults to   facilities and departments. 4. Assist in the Printery store area, receiving     Identify priorities for maintenance of buildings and grounds
                                                                          the Administrative Assistant - Operations; 12) Assist the        incoming goods, maintain stocks, and assist with stocktakes.                    surrounding the Colleges and undertake work as required. 3. Work
                                                                          Grounds and Outdoor Maintenance Officer with grounds                                                                                             with the Principal to plan work in advance, including landscaping. 4.
                                                                          maintenance, mowing, hedge trimming, in periods of                                                                                               Monitor all tasks to ensure all safety policies and procedures are
                                                                          demand.                                                                                                                                          adhered to. Liaise with the Principal in the monitoring of risk
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           management elements as applicable to the position. 5. Ensure all
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           equipment is maintained and used in a proper and safe manner,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           reporting faults and defects to the Principal. 6. Provide expertise in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           the control, safe storage, mixing and use of herbicide and insecticide
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           sprays. 7. Coordinate, instruct and supervise additional staff and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           student employment as required.



                       I.T. - Computer Support/Programmers                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Provide high level desktop support to solve a range of hardware and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   software problems in personal desktop computing and local area
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   networks. 2. Configure, deliver and install desktop computers,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   printers, scanners and workstations. 3. Contribute to the testing and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   evaluation of software and hardware systems as part of projects
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   within the area. Programmers: 1. Assist as appropriate in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   support and maintenance of the University's information systems
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   including but not limited to: academic systems; and administrative
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   systems. 2. Develop and build on systems analysis skills at a basic
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   level, including but not limited to: analysis of user requirements;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   testing procedures; preliminary functional business analysis;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   preliminary system design and implementation; drafting techning
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   specifications; support with implementation and user training. 3.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Enhance and develop programming skills, including but not limited
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   to: relational databases; fine tuning of programs; 3GL and 4GL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   programming; programming for student data collection from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   admission centres' data warehouses; web programming, design


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   and maintenance.




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Database Developer




IT - Business Analyst




Project Assistants to Managers - IT   1. Provide high level administrative support to the management and
                                      administration of the "project". 2. Assist the "Project Leader" in
                                      collecting and collating information for the "Project". 3. Assist in the
                                      development of promotional and communication strategies. 4.
                                      Assist in the coordination of the "Project/Program". This will involve
                                      coordinating timetables, liaising with "stakeholders" to ensure
                                      effective delivery of "project deliverables/program". 5. Develop and
                                      maintain databases for records relevant to the "project/program". 6.
                                      Maintain relevant "project" websites. 7. Maintain and monitor
                                      records of the budget and resources allocated to each project and
                                      provide budget reports.




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Library          Stack Services Assistant: Collects and sorts into Dewey Classification           1. Identifies in the library's catalogue, and other bibliographic and      1. Search and verify bibliographic data for monographic materials
                 order library material from carrels, photocopying areas and from                 location tools, books and journal articles requested by eligible library   recommended by academic and library staff. 2. Order and
                 Circulation Desk. 2. Reshelves library material which have been used             users. 2. Retrieves books for loan and makes copies of items from          accession mongraphic materials recommended by academic and
                 within the Library or returned from loan. 3. Straightens and shelf-reads         the UNE collections in response to requests. 3. Despatches loans           library staff. 3. Retrieve copy catalogue records and edit them in
                 Library collection. 4. Performs all operational tasks associated with the        and copies to library users and other libraries. 4. Places document        accordance with local standards and procedures, for inclusion in the
                 Library Mail Service including the receipt and dispatch of all incoming and      delivery requests using automated and traditional methods. 5.              Library's public access catalogue and the National Bibliographic
                 outgoing mail, and the sorting and distribution of internal mail. 5.             Performs a range of routine duties including: taking and clearing          Database. 4. Under supervision, perform descriptive original
                 Identifies library material requiring repair. 6. Assists in relocating library   loan fines; producing and despatching loan notices; collection,            cataloguing and classification of mongraphic materials in accordance
                 materials within the building. 7. Identifies material requiring repair.          sorting and reshelving of library materials; preparing, scanning and       with international, national and local standards and procedures. 5.
                                                                                                  cataloguing material for the reserves.                                     Organise the reshelving of all library material used within the building
                                                                                                                                                                             or returned from loan. 6. Organise mail services within the library
                                                                                                                                                                             and liaise with UNE Mail Room to ensure efficient mail services. 7.
                                                                                                                                                                             Supervises and sets priorities for staff. 8. Monitors the order in
                                                                                                                                                                             which the Library collection is maintained and where necessary refer
                                                                                                                                                                             complex problems to the Librarian. 9. Contributes to the
                                                                                                                                                                             development of procedures.




Administrative    1) Assist with basic word processing, database maintenance and other            1) Word processing from draft material, including correspondence,          1) Responsible for the smooth operation of the office, including:
                 secretarial tasks as required. 2) Assist with routine work in the reception      reports etc. 2) Respond to routine enquiries (in-person, by                • secretarial support exercising judgment on priorities and
                 area, responding to routine enquiries from a range of staff, students and        correspondence or telephone). 3) Basic note-taking at small internal       maintaining strict confidentiality; • coordination and liaison with
                 the general public. 3) Operate a variety of office equipment including fax,      meetings. 4) Operate a variety of office equipment including fax,          members of staff, Faculties and Central Administration; •
                 laser printer and photocopier. 4) Process mail, including date stamping          laser printer and photocopier. 5) Sort and distribute mail and             maintenance of files, records, office supplies and equipment. 2)
                 upon receipt, sorting and distribution of incoming and despatch of               maintain filing systems. TLC: Provide receptionist service for             Take responsibility for the mail daily: • read, redirect, collate and
                 outgoing mail. 5) With appropriate direction, undertake a range of               Centre/Unit. Answer general enquiries from the public, students and        prioritise all correspondence; • identify and append necessary
                 general administrative duties which may include: photocopying,                   staff by phone and personally. 6.) Process routine staff forms. 7.)        background information before referral to appropriate area; • maintain
                 maintenance and ordering of resources, basic filing, working in a team to        Process finance forms and receipts and maintain financial records as       follow-up system to ensure timely response and deadlines are met; •
                 achieve objectives, deliveries on campus.                                        directed. 8) Maintain booking sheets for workshops and                     use judgment and initiative in the absence of supervisor to deal with
                                                                                                  consultations and assist in the organisation of workshops,                 or redirect mail in line with established policies and procedures. 3)
                                                                                                  conferences and meetings. 9) Maintain database records of                  Coordinate and organise travel (local, national or international) and
                                                                                                  equipment, workshops and consultations as directed. 10) With               meetings for staff and visitors. This may include catering,
                                                                                                  appropriate direction, undertake a range of general administrative         accommodation, preparation and distribution of agenda, taking,
                                                                                                  duties which may include: photocopying, maintenance and ordering           recording and distributing minutes and performing follow up action.
                                                                                                  of resources, internet searches, maintenance of and access to
                                                                                                  records, reception duties, working in a team to achieve objectives,


                                                                                                  deliveries on campus, coordination of meetings etc.                        Exec Assist: 1. Coordinate the Director's diary, arrange
                                                                                                                                                                             appointments and interviews and control access to the Director.
                                                                                                                                                                             Ensure files, background papers, agendas minutes are available
                                                                                                                                                                             when required. Liaise with personnel to obtain necessary
                                                                                                                                                                             appointments, documentation, etc. 2. Provide administrative support
                                                                                                                                                                             for: strategic and operational planning; committees. This may
                                                                                                                                                                             include being responsible for compiling agendas, taking and
                                                                                                                                                                             publishing minutes, and follow up after meetings on agreed agenda
                                                                                                                                                                             items and outcomes. 3. Be responsible for ensuring the Directorate's
                                                                                                                                                                             web pages are current and compliant with policy and standards.
                                                                                                                                                                             Convert documents for publishing on the web. 4. Be responsible for
                                                                                                                                                                             building issues including but not limited to: building maintenance
                                                                                                                                                                             issues; maintaining building security register; maintenance of office
                                                                                                                                                                             equipment register; maintenance of room booking register. 5.
                                                                                                                                                                             Participate in projects as required.




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Laboratory           e. 1) With appropriate direction, undertake a range of general
                     laboratory duties which may include: preparation of reagents,
                     preparation of samples for analysis, maintenance of cultures,
                     preparation of diets, assistance with observation of research
                     subjects, collection of samples, assistance with preparation for
                     laboratory practical classes, feeding of animals, photocopying and
                     ordering of resources etc. 2) Basic laboratory maintenance. 3)
                     Provide support for equipment facilities. 4) Respond to routine
                     enquiries from staff and students. 5) Provide support for equipment
                     facilities

Research                                                                                   1. Provide research assistance to the project team. 2. Collect
                                                                                           technical data specific to particular research projects. 3. Using
                                                                                           subject knowledge, code and enter data into databases for computer
                                                                                           analysis. 4. Collate and enter statistical data using electronic
                                                                                           database software such as Excel or similar. 5. Assist in trialing
                                                                                           questionnaires by arrangement with appropriate trial
                                                                                           groups/individuals. Accurately document information gathered by
                                                                                           questionnaires and enter into appropriate database/s. 6. Maintain
                                                                                           expenditure against project funds, proving regular reports to the
                                                                                           Program Leader. 7. Assist in gathering and organising library
                                                                                           references and preparing bibliographies. 8. Attend regular meetings
                                                                                           with the project teams and project partners and record decisions of
                                                                                           meetings. As agreed, carry out appropriate action as required. 9.
                                                                                           Maintain and update web pages associated with the research project.
                                                                                           10. Provide access to project information for participants in the
                                                                                           project. 11. Participate in promotional displays on behalf of the
                                                                                           project. 12. Provide assistance with conference organisation.

                                                                                           13. Keep project records/filing up to date.




Accountant/Finance                                                                         1. Facilitate the accurate and timely refund of all overpaid charges
                                                                                           on debtor's accounts within University policy and guidelines. 2.
                                                                                           Receive and process invoice and adjustment request forms. OR
                                                                                           Raise charges and adjustments to debtors/student accounts as
                                                                                           appropriate. 2. Receive and respond to routine to moderately
                                                                                           complex enquiries including advice on University policy and
                                                                                           procedure. 3. Undertake reconciliation of various accounts on a
                                                                                           monthly basis. Prepare and process adjusting entries as required. 4.
                                                                                           Be responsible for preparing and processing Journals, including
                                                                                           investigating and identifying anomalies and processing of journal to
                                                                                           transfer balances between ledgers.




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2. COMMUNICATION                                                Houseperson/Cleaner - Colleges: 1) Under the direction of   Grounds person: 1) Cooperate with other trades staff and supervisors, 1) Respond to routine enquiries (in-person, by correspondence or        Respond to routine and moderately complex enquiries (in-person, by
(Interpersonal, Oral,                                           the Administrative Assistant - Operations/House Manager,    where jobs involve other trades so that work is completed efficiently and telephone). 2) Basic note taking at small internal meetings.        correspondence or telephone) from students, staff and the general
Written, etc)                                                   provide straightforward guidance to new and casual          with a minimum of delay. 2) Be responsible for maintaning good relations                                                                      public. This will involve advice on University policies, referrals to
                                                                employees by explaining duties of the position.             and appropriate liaison with the Group's clients to ensure customer                                                                           appropriate academic or administrative areas, etc.
                                                                                                                            satisfaction.




3. COMPUTING ROLE -       a. Technical                                                                                                                                                               Operate a computer using relevant software to enter data from        1. Produce a master electronic version of learning materials
see also "IT - Computer                                                                                                                                                                              results of analyses.                                                 developed by the University community for publishing in high-quality
Support/Programmers"                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      multi-output formats.



                          b. Library

                          c. Administrative                                                                                 1. Use of voicemail, email and internet facilities. Records Assistant: 2. 1) Operate a computer using word processing software, as well as    1) Advanced word processing and desktop publishing, either on own
                                                                                                                            Basic data entry to update records with assistance from Senior Officer.   other relevant software which may include spreadsheets, desktop     initiative or from draft material, including correspondence, reports,
                                                                                                                                                                                                      publishing, database etc. 2) Use of voicemail, email and internet   meetings agenda/minutes, information material, research grant
                                                                                                                                                                                                      facilities.                                                         applications etc. 2) Access and input data to the University's central
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          electronic records systems (such as Student, Finance and Concept
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          systems). Respond to enquiries from staff members and provide
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          reports as required.

                          d. Laboratory                                                                                                                                                              1) Operate a computer using relevant software to enter data from
                                                                                                                                                                                                     results of analyses. 2) Basic internet searches.

                          e. Research                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1. Maintain and update web pages associated with the research
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          project. 2. Collate and enter statistical data using electronic
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          database software such as Excel or similar. 3. Using subject
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          knowledge, code and enter data into databases for computer
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          analysis.
                          f. I.T. - see Programmers, Computer                                                                                                                                                                                                             Programmers: Assist as appropriate in the support and
                          Support, etc                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    maintenance of the University's information systems including but not
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          limited to: academic systems; and administrative systems. 2.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Develop and build on systems analysis skills at a basic level,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          including but not limited to: analysis of user requirements; testing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          procedures; preliminary functional business analysis; preliminary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          system design and implementation; drafting techning specifications;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          support with implementation and user training. 3. Enhance and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          develop programming skills, including but not limited to: relational
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          databases; fine tuning of programs; 3GL and 4GL programming;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          programming for student data collection from admission centres' data
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          warehouses; web programming, design and maintenance.


4. JUDGEMENT,
ANALYSIS, RESEARCH
(See also Section 1 -
Research or
Administrative)




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5. PROJECT                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Participate in projects as required. 1. Provide high level
MANAGEMENT/                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 administrative support to the management and administration of the
BUDGET                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      "project". 2. Assist the "Project Leader" in collecting and collating
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            information for the "Project". 3. Assist in the development of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            promotional and communication strategies. 4. Assist in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            coordination of the "Project/Program". This will involve coordinating
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            timetables, liaising with "stakeholders" to ensure effective delivery of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            "project deliverables/program". 5. Develop and maintain databases
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            for records relevant to the "project/program". 6. Maintain relevant
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            "project" websites.




6. POLICY                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1. Provide advice on policies and procedures. 2. Produce support
DEVELOPMENT                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 documentation for the purposes of quality assurance and participate
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            in the related tasks of business process re-design and continuous
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            process improvement.




7. FINANCIAL                                                                                                                                                                                        1. Operate the library cash register. 2. Take and clear fine            Maintain expenditure against project funds, providing regular reports
SKILLS/BUDGET                                                                                                                                                                                       payments and produce and despatch loan notices.                         to the Project Leader.




8. SUPERVISION GIVEN                                                                                                                                                                                Assists in the training of casual staff. 2. Supervise casual staff as   1) Supervision of staff as required. 2) Where appropriate, supervision
(Management of                                                                                                                                                                                      required.                                                               of technical and casual staff supporting the project.
Unit/Staff)




9. Risk Management,                                                                                                      Groundsperson: At all times, in accordance with N.S.W. Occupational Be aware of the University’s policies and procedures relating to equal Be aware of and apply the University’s policies and procedures
OHS, Quality Assurance,                                                                                                  Health and Safety Act, maintain the highest standards of safety with staff opportunity, risk management, occupational health and safety and relating to equal opportunity, risk management, occupational health
and Equity principles                                                                                                    and equipment.                                                             quality assurance as they apply/relate to this position.         and safety and quality assurance as they apply to this position.




                          Selection Criteria
                          TRAINING LEVEL OR QUALIFICATION   Appointment at the base of this level does not require formal Completion of Year 10 or 12 with relevant work experience; or an             Completion of Year 12 with relevant work experience; or an           Completion of a diploma level qualification; or completion of a
                                                            qualifications or work experience upon engagement.            equivalent alternative combination of relevant knowledge, training and/or equivalent alternative combination of relevant knowledge, training      Certificate IV with relevant work experience; or completion of a post-
                                                                                                                          experience in this area. Grounds person: 1) current, or willingness and and/or experience.                                                        trades certificate and extensive relevant work experience; or
                                                                                                                          ability to obtain, WorkCover Certification to operate a skid steer and front                                                                      completion of Certificate III with extensive relevant work experience;
                                                                                                                          end loader, and other qualifications relevant to the position, such as                                                                            or an equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or
                                                                                                                          Certificate Two in safe use of chainsaws, Chemical Applications                                                                                   education/training.
                                                                                                                          Certificate.




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SPECIALIST KNOWLEDGE/SKILL(May            Houseperson/Cleaner - Colleges: 1) Demonstrated                   Grounds person: 1) Demonstrated experience in grounds maintenance      1. Knowledge of general laboratory and field techniques and           Comp Sys Support: 1. Experience in the use and operation of
require a professional membership/license experience in cleaning duties with an ability to use a range of   and/or gardening. 2) Current New South Wales MR Drivers Licence.       procedures. 2. Sound administrative skills. 3. Demonstrated           networked computer systems, hardware and peripheral equipment.
or ability to acquire within ? Timeframe) cleaning equipment such as vacuum cleaners and polishers.         Driver/Table Hand: Current drivers licence and ability to obtain a     computer experience including high level word processing skills and   Library: An understanding of the principles, role and techniques of
                                          2) Experience in using a variety of cleaning chemicals and        forklift licence within the appropriate OH&S standards.                an ability to use a range of other relevant software such as          e.g. library technical services work (including acquisitions and
                                          equipment in a safe and efficient manner.                                                                                                spreadsheets, desktop publishing, database, etc. 4. Experience in     cataloguing, and the use of automated systems); OR collection
                                                                                                                                                                                   general farm duties such as mustering, fencing and livestock          management, and the ability to apply this understanding. 2.
                                                                                                                                                                                   handling. 5. Considerable machinery operating experience. 6.          Experience in using or the ability to use the computer-based
                                                                                                                                                                                   Ability to weld.                                                      Australian Bibliographic Network (ABN). 3. Experience in applying
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         or an ability to apply the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) and the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd edition (AACR2).
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Administrative: 1. Demonstrated advanced word processing skills
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         and a knowledge of desktop publishing, spreadsheet and database
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         software. 2. Extensive administrative experience and well
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         developed office management skills.




MANAGEMENT (Project or Staff)                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Demonstrated ability to supervise and train staff, together with the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ability to coordinate and work as part of a team. Research: An
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         understanding of sourcing and organising reference materials and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         other information via electronic means and via publications from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         library or other relevant sources.




POLICY DEVELOPMENT                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Ability to interpret and apply straightforward rules and procedures in a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         large organisation.




ANALYTICAL/PROBLEM SOLVING SKILL                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1. Demonstrated ability to identify and resolve problems within
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         established guidelines. 2. Demonstrated analytical, organisational
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         and problem-solving skills, with strong attention to detail and the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ability to identify problems and deliver quality outcomes.




COMMUNICATION SKILLS (interpersonal, Houseperson/Cleaner - Colleges: Good interpersonal                     Effective interpersonal and communication skills. Grounds person: 1)   Demonstrated good interpersonal and oral and written                  1. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with client users.
written, oral)                       skills, including an ability to relate to a wide range of people       Proven written and oral communication skills. Records Assistant:       communication skills.                                                 2. Well developed oral and written communication skills. 3.
                                     from a variety of different backgrounds.                               Good numerical and alphabetical sorting skills.                                                                                              Demonstrated high level of interpersonal and communication skills.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         4. Demonstrated excellent written skills, with the ability to sensitively
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         phrase announcements, information items and general emails, as
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         well as produce reports, agendas and minutes. 5. Demonstrated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         high level interpersonal and oral communication skills, as well as
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         excellent client service skills and the ability to liaise at all levels.




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COMPUTING/IT SKILL                                                                          Familiarity with computers and basic keyboard skills                    1) Demonstrated computer skills, including data entry. 2)                 Comp Sys Support: Demonstrated sound knowledge of desktop
                                                                                                                                                                    Demonstrated computer experience including high level word                operating systems, such as Microsoft Windows 95 and 98 and
                                                                                                                                                                    processing skills and an ability to use a range of other relevant         Microsoft Windows NT Workstation. 2. Demonstrated ability to use
                                                                                                                                                                    software such as spreadsheets, desktop publishing, database, etc.         and problem solve in a range of software applications such as
                                                                                                                                                                    3) Some computer operating experience.                                    Microsoft Office, Netscape and Eudora. Programmers:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Programming skills in 3GL and 4GL. (This may involve a practical
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              test). 2. Basic skills in systems analysis and design. (This may
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              involve a practical test). Administrative: 1. Demonstrated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              advanced word processing skills and a knowledge of desktop
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              publishing, spreadsheet and database software. 2. Demonstrated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              excellent computer skills in a range of word processing, powerpoint,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              database, spreadsheet and web based software. Finance:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Demonstrated experience using computerised financial systems.




ACCURACY/ATTENION TO DETAIL    Houseperson/Cleaner - Colleges: Awareness of the value       Good accuracy and attention to detail. Library Assistant:               1) Demonstrated accuracy and attention to detail. 2) Demonstrated 1. Demonstrated accuracy and attention to detail. 2. Demonstrated
                               of thoroughness and attention to detail                      Demonstrated ability to sort and shelve books or other materials        ability to complete high volume routine tasks accurately and quickly ability to maintain a high level of accuracy. 3. Demonstrated
                                                                                            accurately and quickly                                                  within specified deadlines.                                          analytical, organisational and problem-solving skills, with strong
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         attention to detail and the ability to identify problems and deliver
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         quality outcomes.




FINANCIAL/BUDGETS SKILLS                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Demonstrated ability to handle cash and perform routine
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              bookkeeping and accounting tasks.




INITIATIVE AND JUDGEMENT       Houseperson/Cleaner: Ability to completed assigned tasks Office Assistant: Willingness to learn and utilise new skills. Grounds      Demonstrated office skills, including the ability to use initiative and   Demonstrated initiative, innovation and application of sound
                               on time under clear direction.                           person: 1) Demonstrated commitment to high quality work and client          judgement within the dimensions of the position.                          judgement in undertaking projects and new tasks, and streamlining
                                                                                        satisfaction. 2) demonstrated commitment to working effectively and                                                                                   current procedures.
                                                                                        efficiently to achieve set objectives. Driver/Table Hand: Ability to work
                                                                                        with limited supervision and show initiative.



TEAM SKILLS/INDEPENDENT WORK   Houseperson/Cleaner - Colleges: ability to work effectively Ability to work as part of a team or as an individual with minimum       Ability to work independently and as a member of a team.                  1. Demonstrated ability to work within a team environment. 2.
                               in a team environment.                                      supervision.                                                                                                                                       Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team.




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ORGANISATIONAL SKILLS; TIME        Houseperson/Cleaner - Colleges: Ability to complete     Demonstrated ability to complete a high volume routine task within   Demonstrated ability to prioritise work and meet deadlines.           1. Demonstrated ability to maintain efficiency and effectiveness. 2.
MANAGEMENT; MANAGING PRIORITIES    assigned tasks on time under clear direction.           specified deadlines.                                                                                                                       Excellent administrative and organisational skills. 3. Demonstrated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      skills and experience in the management of multiple tasks and a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      range of administrative functions. 4. Demonstrated ability to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      prioritise work and meet deadlines.




CLIENT SERVICE SKILLS                                                                      Groundsperson: Demonstrated commitment to high quality work and      Ability to understand and respond to client needs.                    1. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with client users.
                                                                                           client satisfaction.                                                                                                                       2. Demonstrated high level interpersonal and oral communication
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      skills, as well as excellent client service skills and the ability to liaise
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      at all levels.




CONFIDENTIALITY                    Houseperson/Cleaner - Colleges: understanding of        Ability to use tact and maintain confidentiality when dealing with   Ability to maintain confidentiality.                                  Demonstrated ability to maintain strict confidentiality.
                                   people's personal space and privacy, and the need for   enquiries.
                                   confidentiality.

WORK CONDITIONS                                                                                                                                                 Ability to work outside normal working hours.

Risk Management, OHS, Quality      Awareness of OH&S, risk management, quality assurance   Awareness of OH&S, risk management, quality assurance and EEO        Awareness of OH&S, risk management, quality assurance and EEO         Awareness of OH&S, risk management, quality assurance and EEO
Assurance, and Equity principles   and EEO principles as they relate to this position.     principles as they relate to this position.                          principles as they relate to this position. Technical: Awareness of   principles as they relate to this position. Technical: Awareness of
                                                                                                                                                                EEO, risk management and quality assurance principles, and            EEO, risk management and quality assurance principles, and
                                                                                                                                                                demonstrated understanding of OH&S principles as they relate to       demonstrated understanding of OH&S principles as they relate to this
                                                                                                                                                                this position.                                                        position.




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                                 HEO5                                                                       HEO6                                                                      HEO7                                                                            HEO8
General Direction                                                           Under general direction                                                   Under general to broad direction                                           Under broad direction

1. Insert specific clause relating to specialist duty - see examples
below for some generic roles.

b. 1) Taking full responsibility for technical aspects of the day-to-day    Technical: 1. The management, maintenance and operation of                Technical: 1) Provision of substantial and senior high-level               IRF: 1) Provide substantial research expertise to the project. 2) Initiate,
running of the project, ensuring that the project is proceeding as          specialised equipment and facilities. 2. Responsibility for ensuring      technical support and authoritative advice to staff and students. This     develop and implement topic ideas for research programs and contribute to
planned by the team. This could involve: assisting with experimental        the proactive provision of technical and administrative support for the   may be in a key area of specialisation or across a broad range of          research program development. 3). Develop submissions for significant
design and testing, set up, maintenance and monitoring of                   practical components of undergraduate units. This involves the            technical areas within the Faculty. 2) In consultation with academic       funding for approved projects to relevant funding bodies.
experiments. 2) Researching, collecting/preparing, identifying and          operational planning, coordination and oversight of activities and        staff, design, develop and test, verify new techniques, and resolve
collating data or samples requiring the use of specialist knowledge. 3)     personnel; setting priorities and establishing timelines; problem         unique and complex technical problems. 3) Be responsible for
Undertaking sample or data analysis. Evaluating and preparing initial       solving; and adapting or developing new procedures to achieve             managing the organisational/coordination aspects of practical
reports on outcomes. 4) Taking full responsibility for technical support    desired outcomes. 3. Developing and establishing protocols to             classes and field excursions. IRF: 1) Provide authoritative
for teaching as allocated. This could involve assisting with                enable new procedures to be implemented, taking into consideration        knowledge and substantial experience to the project. 2) Initiate
experimental and testing and operational planning of class                  factors such as OH&S legislation; scientific and technical principles;    research project topic ideas for further discussion and/or
excursions. 5) Providing support for equipment facilities. 6)               logistical requirements; and the competencies of the technical and        development. 3) Contribute to developing submissions for project
Collecting, preparing, identifying and collating data requiring the use     other staff or students involved. 4. Provide advice requiring             funding. 4) Using substantial technical expertise, research, collect,
of specialist knowledge. 7) Providing specialist technical advice to        significant specialist knowledge or technical expertise. 5. Developing    collate, analyse and interpret data from research activities. 5)
students, staff and/or the project team. 8) Managing the                    and implementing procedures to ensure compliance with the NSW             Undertake complex quantitative and/or qualitative data analysis and
expenditures against project funds, providing regular reports to            OH&S Act and the UNE OH&S policy. Promote OH&S                            evaluation. 6) Develop and implement procedures to ensure
project leader.
9) Supervising or coordinating tasks of other technical or                  policy and have particular responsibility for OH&S issues, including      compliance with the NSW OH&S Act and the UNE OH&S Policy.
administrative staff supporting the project. 10) Developing and             undertaking risk assessment on various procedures. 6. Researching         Promote OH&S and have particular responsibility for OH&S issues,
participating in promotional displays on behalf of the School or            and providing technical recommendations relating to strategic             including undertaking risk assessments on various procedures. 7)
project. 11) Basic design, construction and/or modification of              planning involving infrastructure and equipment. Manage                   Researching and providing technical recommendations relating to
equipment to meet project needs. Maintaining and testing equipment          maintenance of these resources. IRF: 1. Provide significant               strategic planning involving sophisticated infrastructure, equipment
during the project to ensure accurate data is provided / produced           specialist knowledge and research assistance to the project team. 2.      and applications. Manage maintenance of these resources. 8) Be
during practical work. 12) Sourcing, ordering and installing equipment      Assist in identifying project topics and planning of projects.            responsible for the management, maintenance and operation of
and materials cost effectively, as required. 13) Ensuring occupational                                                                                sophisticated scientific equipment and applications.
health and safety requirements are strictly adhered to in relation to
technical activities.




Programmer: 1) Assist as appropriate in the support and                     School: Create and implement technical and design aspects of              ITD Web: Be responsible for the analysis, design, development,             Prog: 1. Act as database administrator. 2. In response to UNE strategic
maintenance of the University's information systems including but not       courseware production such as multimedia programming for online           testing and implementation of web applications, technologies and           directions and specific client needs, lead the design and enhancement of
limited to: academic systems; and administrative systems. 2)                presentation, development of media files for integration into online      tools. 1.b Be responsible for design, development, support,                systems. This will include but not be limited to: analysis of user requirements;
Develop and build on systems analysis skills at a routine level,            teaching packages, installation and compression procedures and            maintenance and security controls of the University's information          testing procedures; functional/business analysis; system design and
including but not limited to: analysis of user requirements; testing        cross platform conversion procedures. 2. Produce technical support        systems including but not limited to: academic systems; and                implementation; writing technical specifications; implementation and training;
procedures; preliminary functional business analysis; preliminary           for online learning including documentation associated with particular    administrative systems. 2. Pro-actively participate in the design of       job estimation. 3. Be responsible for database and systems security controls.
system design and implementation; drafting techning specifications;         courseware and online learning environments. 3. Develop the               systems, including but not limited to: analysis of user requirements;      4. Initiate new and enhanced services. 5. Assist in the formulation of strategic
support with implementation and user training. 3) Enhance and               School website. 4. Provide advice and technical support to                testing procedures; functional/business analysis; system design and        and operational plans and policy relating to the Unit/Group.
develop programming skills, including but not limited to: relational        academic staff. 5. Liaise with staff in ITD, M&PA, TLC and other          implementation; writing technical specifications; implementation and
databases; fine tuning of programs; 3GL and 4GL programming;                computer assisted learning groups. 6. Undertake administrative            training; job estimation. 3a. Provide programming support to clients
programming for student data collection from admission centres' data        duties associated with the position. ITD Web Prog: Assist with            and other team members, including but not limited to: relational
warehouses; web programming, design and maintenance. RDU: 1.                analysis, development, testing and implementation of web                  databases; fine tuning of web applications; HTML and XML coding
Assist in designing and implementing improvements to existing               applications, technologies and tools. 1. b Prog: Actively support         and stylesheets; web development using standard web programming
relational databases used for research and/or adminstrative                 and maintain the University's information systems including but not       languages; web design and maintenance. 3b. Provide
purposes. 2. Contribute to meeting milestones agreed to in contract         limited to: academic systems and administrative systems. 2.               programming support to clients and other team members, including
between RDU and clients.                                                    Systems analysis, including but not limited to: analysis of user          but not limited to: relational databases; fine tuning of web
                                                                            requirements; testing procedures;                                         applications; 3GL and 4GL programming; programming for student
                                                                                                                                                      data collection from
3. In collaboration with other RDU Officers within the project, assist in    functional/business analysis; system design and implementation;          admissions centres' data warehouses; web programming, design and
designing and implementing relational databases to the satisfaction of      writing technical specifications; implementation and training; job        maintenance. 4. Participate in and lead project teams. Supervise
the end user. 4. Assist through providing some programming                  estimation. 3. Programming, including but not limited to: relational      project staff. 5. Produce support documentation for the purposes of
support for interaction with the database such as Visual Basic or           databases; fine tuning of web applications; HTML and XML coding           quality assurance and participate in the related tasks of business
Delphi programming. 5. Assist in the linking of web pages with              and stylesheets; web development using standard web programming           process re-design and continuous process improvement. 6. Ensure
content derived from relational databases. 6. Assist in the                 languages; web design and maintenance. 3.b. Prog: Programming,            compliance .... 7. In consultation with the Project Manager initiate the
development of database tools (such as data entry and extraction            including but not limited to: relational databases; fine tuning of        provision of new or enhanced services. 8. Assist in the formulation
forms) to facilitate extraction of data from the relational databases       programs; 3GL and 4GL programming; programming for student data           of operational plans and policy relating to the project/group.
and the input of data into same. 7. Carry out runs of computer              collection from admissions centres' data warehouses; web
models and compare outcomes with data sets contained within the             programming, design and maintenance. 4. Participate in project
relational database. 8. Assist the Project Leader in preparing              teams. 5. Produce support documentation for the purposes of
progress reports and publications. 9. Liaise with scientists and/or         quality assurance and participate in the related tasks of business
administrators re data entry, quality assurance of data, data               process re-design and continuous process improvement. 6. Ensure
interrogation and reporting of data.                                        compliance .... 7. In consultation with the Project Manager assist with
                                                                            the provision of new or enhanced services. 8. Contribute to the
                                                                            formulation of operational plans and policy relating to the project.




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                                                                          1. Design and implement improvements to existing relational                 1. Develop new relational databases, create queries and enhance            1. Meet milestones in the contract relating to a national database of research
                                                                          databases, used for research and/or administrative purposes. 2.             the functionality of databases to enable scientists to carry out           data. As part of this duty, write regular reports regarding progress towards
                                                                          Meet milestones agreed to in contract between RDU and clients. 3.           sophisticated analysis of data. 2. Write code and construct HTML           milestones, problems, and developments. Where there are project delays,
                                                                          In collaboration with other RDU Officers within this project, design        Help files for a range of databases. 3. Write code and construct           initiate strategies to overcome such delays. 2. Adapt databases in response to
                                                                          and implement relational databases to the satisfaction of the end           intuitive Interfaces for databases including the entry and checking of     reports on database functionality and develop more user-friendly methods of
                                                                          user. 4. Provide programming support for interaction with the               metadata files. 4. In response to specific client needs, identify          data interrogation. 3. In response to specific client needs, identify and manage
                                                                          database such as Visual Basic or Delphi programming. 5. Assist in           problems and develop database solutions including but not limited to:      problems and lead the design and enhancement of database systems including
                                                                          the linking of webpages with content derived from relational                analysis of user requirements; design of normalised tables and             but not limited to: analysis of user requirements; testing procedures; functional
                                                                          databases and maintain security of data. 6. Assist in the                   relationships; testing procedures; functional analysis; database           analysis; system design and implementation; writing technical specifications;
                                                                          development of database tools to facilitate extraction of data from         implementation; writing technical specifications; implementation and       implementation and training; and job estimation. 4. Make presentations to
                                                                          relational databases and the input of data into same. 7. Draft              training. 5. Responsible for database and internet security controls       potential clients of RDU. Such presentations to be written with little
                                                                          progress reports and assist with preparation of publications. 8.            for various projects. 6. Provide programming support for interaction       involvement of supervisor. 5. Use initiative to maintain interest of potential
                                                                          Liaise with scientists and/or administrators regarding data entry,          with databases and the creation of web forms using programming             clients by following up the needs of users. 6. Through programming, develop
                                                                          quality assurance of data, data interrogation and reporting of data.        languages such as Visual Basic, C# and .NET programming and                enhanced generic tools to allow for easily operate specifically tailored relational
                                                                                                                                                      macros. 7. Using relational databases and tools, facilitate the ability    databases. This will include spatial tools to enable the database user to enter
                                                                                                                                                      of other staff to enter content into the web site.                         data in a way

                                                                                                                                                       8. Support the database needs of postgraduates in the Faculty,            that is more intuitive. 7. Provide programming for interaction with the database
                                                                                                                                                      especially in relation to creating new tables and relationships and        such as Visual Basic programming. The interfaces will be user defined menu
                                                                                                                                                      flexible graphing functionality for data collected. 9 Liaise and consult   driven systems that facilitate data entry, maintenance and customisation of
                                                                                                                                                      with appropriate scientific staff in other research groups to achieve      databases. Also utilities developed will enable data to be checked more readily
                                                                                                                                                      targets on time, and to provide database advice to achieve objectives      for quality assurance and will enable easier reporting for managers. 8. Create
                                                                                                                                                      of the projects. 10. Write progress reports, help pages, publications      and maintain a secure website for the "system" using ASP technology. 9.
                                                                                                                                                      and web pages relevant to the position. 11. Document all queries in        Responsible for database security controls for the project. 10. Liaise and
                                                                                                                                                      the relational databases. 12. Make presentations to prospective            consult with appropriate scientific staff to achieve the objectives of the position.
                                                                                                                                                      clients of database capacity of the RDU.

                                                                          Business Analyst: Analyse and document the functionality of the             Business Analyst: Be responsible for analysis and design of                Business Analyst: Be responsible for analysis and design of information and
                                                                          new system and make recommendations as to the use of data fields            information and business systems of the University's information           business systems of the University's information systems including but not
                                                                          within the system. Prepare either overview or detailed procedural           systems including but not limited to: academic systems;                    limited to: academic systems; administrative systems. 2. Develop strategies
                                                                          documents for business users. 2. In conjunction with the Project            administrative systems. 2. Pro-actively participate in the analysis        for, initiate and pro-actively participate in the analysis and design of business
                                                                          Leader, liaise with business users as to the integration of existing        and design of business systems, liaison with business unit                 systems, liaison with business unit stakeholder including but not limited to:
                                                                          business practices with the new student system. Negotiate and               stakeholder including but not limited to: analysis of user                 process review; analysis of user requirements; development of testing
                                                                          facilitate adaptation to the new system by business users through a         requirements; development of testing procedures; functional and            procedures; functional and business analysis; system analysis and design;
                                                                          detailed analysis of their business processes. 3. In conjunction with       business analysis; system analysis and design; development of              development of scope documents and functional specifications; training
                                                                          the Project Leader develop and make recommendations as to the               scope documents and functional specifications; training                    documentation; job estimation. 3. Manage large and complex projects,
                                                                          adoption of business policies and procedures to utilise functionality of    documentation; job estimation. 3. Produce support documentation            requiring any of the following: team coordination and scheduling; budget
                                                                          the new system currently not available to users, with a particular          for the purposes of quality assurance and participate in the related       control and administration; review and/or preparation of project deliverables;
                                                                          focus on Web service/? and the delivery to facilitate self-                 tasks of business process re-design and continuous process                 monitoring and reporting project progress; risk assessment, management and
                                                                          management. 4. Investigate the usage of data fields in the existing         improvement. 4. Participate in and, as required, lead project teams.       reporting; quality assurance; development and implementation of training
                                                                          student system or other stand alone databases and assist with the           Supervise project staff. 5. Ensure compliance with the standards           programs. 4. Produce support documentation for the purposes of quality
                                                                          mapping of such data fields to the new system.                              and requirements of internal and external auditors, government             assurance and participate in the related tasks of business process re-design
                                                                                                                                                      agencies and relevant                                                      and continuous
                                                                          5. Assist with those activities critical to the success of data migration   standards setting bodies. 6. In consultation with the IT and business      process improvement. 5. Initiate, coordinate and participate in training
                                                                          between systems including the development of acceptance tests,              stakeholders initiate the provision of new or enhanced services. 7.        programs for staff, apprentices and trainees. 6. Ensure compliance with the
                                                                          undertaking such acceptance testing or initiating and coordinating          Act as a technical representative of the University to external            standards and requirements of internal and external auditors, government
                                                                          such acceptance testing by staff in specialist business units. 6.           organisations and implement requirements for such organisations. 8.        agencies and relevant standards setting bodies. 7. In consultation with the IT
                                                                          Analyse the reporting requirements of business users an either              Maintain accreditations, relevant industry skills and knowledge and        and business stakeholders initiate the provision of new or enhanced services.
                                                                          undertake the design and writing of such reports, or document               develop new skills as necessary, including testing and evaluation of       8. Act as a technical representative of the University to external organisations
                                                                          requirements for the development of such reports by technical staff.        software.                                                                  and implement requirements for such organisations. 9. Maintain
                                                                          Specifically analyse correspondence generation functionality and                                                                                       accreditations, relevant industry skills and knowledge and develop new skills as
                                                                          user requirements, and where possible develop generic templates for                                                                                    necessary, including testing and evaluation of software.
                                                                          use in the production environment. 7. Assess the training
                                                                          requirements of business users as to new system functionality, and
                                                                          develop and deliver such training programs. 8. Analyse data
                                                                          validation requirements, develop data entry standards and initiate the
                                                                          set-up of the new system for the production environment. 9. In
                                                                          conjunction with the Project Leader analyse user business role
                                                                          requirements and initiate and implement security role levels and
                                                                          associate data access within the new system.


1) Provide specialist research assistance to the project team.            SIMERR - Responsible for the administration and financial                   IRF: Conduct regular meetings with the project teams and project           1) Assist the Project Director to formulate strategic and operational plans and
2) Manage the day-to-day activities of the project, reporting             management of the budget. 2. Provide leadership and specialist              partners. Manage any action required. Specialist: Provide                  policy relating to new systems development, business process redesign and
discrepancies in milestones to the Project Leader.                        advice in relation to the projects' deadlines, milestones, reports and      authoritative advice to senior managers on particular specialist           continuous process improvement. 2) Develop strategies for and ensure the
3) Research, collect and collate data, which could require the use of     complex enquiries. 3. Manage and monitor the accuracy and                   knowledge. Admin: 1. Responsible for the day-to-day supervision of         effective implementation of system integration in consultation with users and
specialist knowledge. 4) Prepare drafts of reports, including progress    integrity of accounts and budgets for each project within the Centre.       the Unit. 2. Be responsible for the development and review of              senior ITD, project and client staff. 3) Systems and business analysis,
reports to an agreed schedule. 4) Undertake data analysis and             4. Draft applications, ensuring compliance with University and              relevant Unit's policy and procedures ensuring compliance with             including: analysis of user requirements; testing procedures;
evaluation. 5) Develop and participate in promotional displays on         legislative requirements, liaising extensively with research teams and      legislation. 3. Provide policy and planning advice in order to assist      functional/business analysis; system design and implementation; writing
behalf of the project. 6) Assist in the authoring of web pages            chief investigators. TIGB: Identify and summarise research funding          managers to meet their responsibilities. 4. Assist in the preparation      technical specifications; implementation and training; job estimation. 4) Plan,
associated with the research project. IRF: 1. Provide specialist          opportunities and requirements for grant submissions; undertake             of operational plans for the Directorate. 5. Provide executive             develop and undertake new systems developments, including project plans and
research assistance to the project team. 2. Be involved in the day-to-    advanced literature search and review and assist in project budget          support and authoritative advice. 6. Be responsible for managing,          timelines, project structures, implementation strategies and methodologies,
day activities of the project, including maintaining relationships with   development. 2. Develop and implement strategies to promote the             developing and implementing specialist programs. R&C Manager:              technical specifications, functional specifications, contract specifications,
research partners, monitoring progress against the milestones of the      Institute to funding agencies, research organisations and general           Provide leadership to supervisors in (area of speciality or broad          project documentation, quality assurance and participate in the related tasks of
project and keeping the Project Leader informed. 3. Undertake basic       public, nationally and internationally. 3. Manage the TIGB budgets          range of topics) to improve performance and identify change. 2.            business process re-design and continuous process improvement. Sen P.O.:
quantitiative and/or qualitative data analysis and evaluation. 4. Using   and expenditures.                                                           Coordinate the development, maintenance and implementation of              1. Maintain an awareness of internal issues, and issues of interest or trends
some specialist knowledge or technical expertise, research, collect                                                                                   policies and procedures, taking into account trends and systems to         within the tertiary sector, government, industry and the community that are
and collate data and enter into databases for computer analysis.                                                                                      improve efficiency and effectiveness of (specific function/s).             relevant to the "Division".




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 5. Assist in the preparation of research papers for publication                                                                                                                                                     2. Provide specialist advice to Senior Management of the University on issues
including gathering and organising library references. 6. Prepare                                                                                                                                                    affecting the University and/or the tertiary sector. 3. Investigate issues and
drafts of project progress reports and ad hoc reports as required. 7.                                                                                                                                                summarise information for briefings or draft strategic responses with
Collate and enter statistical data using electronic database software                                                                                                                                                implications of alternative actions. 4. Develop and maintain strategic networks
such as Excel or similar. 8. Monitor expenditures against project                                                                                                                                                    and contacts which will have long term involvement in the life of the University.
funds, providing regular information to the Project Leader. 9.                                                                                                                                                       5. Develop and implement major new projects/initiatives, working closely with
Contribute to the development of, and arranging trial questionnaires                                                                                                                                                 executive staff or working parties. 6. Undertake the facilitation/project
with appropriate trial groups/individuals. Accurately document                                                                                                                                                       management of a range of initiatives developed out of the office of the "Senior
information gathered by questionnaires and enter into appropriate                                                                                                                                                    Executive of University". 7. Assist the "Senior Exec of UNE" to develop an
database/s. 10. Coordinate and participate in regular meetings with                                                                                                                                                  overarching management framework for the "Division" and other administrative
the project teams and project partners and record decisions of                                                                                                                                                       areas covering quality assurance, risk management, business continuity and
meetings. As agreed, carry out or oversee any action required. 11.                                                                                                                                                   audit requirements. 8. Research, coordinate and/or draft submissions to
Assist in composing web pages associated with the research project.                                                                                                                                                  various external organisations ensuring correct protocol and requirements for
12. Provide access to project information for participants in the                                                                                                                                                    submissions are followed. 9. Research and draft speeches, briefing papers,
project. 13. Develop and participate in promotional displays for                                                                                                                                                     articles, reports, presentations, non-routine correspondence, internal policies
projects as required. 14. Provide assistance with conference                                                                                                                                                         and other material and assist with reviews as required.
organisation.

1. Provides an information service to users, giving information and         1. Manages the Faculty Library day-to-day. 2. Advises senior
advice on finding and using information. 2. Prepares and delivers           Library staff on policy and procedural matters relating to the Faculty
education sessions and library tours for groups of users. 3. Provides       Library, including equipment and building needs. 3. Provide
subject searching for external students. 4. Performs database               reference and circulation assistance to users. 4. Instructs students in
searching for academic staff and students. 5. Trains other library          techniques of "specialised area" research and the use of "specialised
staff in particular aspects of information provision and cross-training     area" materials. 5. Completes subject searches submitted by
for other library staff. 6. Participates in collection development and      students. 6. Advises and assists library staff on collection
maintenance. 7. Provides advice to senior Library staff on matters of       management matters. 7. Evaluates electronic resources for
policy and procedure to promote quality service and efficient work          "specialised area". 8. Identifies and publicises electronic resources.
practices. 8. Participates in the development of the Library web            9. Serves as a member of the Faculty School Library Advisory
pages including advice on content and preparation of pages.                 Committee. Library: 1. Responsible for coordination, overall
                                                                            supervision of Unit staff. Monitors performance of Unit, establishes
                                                                            priorities and procedures. 2. Investigates, develops and implements
                                                                            new services and systems relevant to the Unit. 3. Undertakes
                                                                            planning and policy development in relation to "specific area" and has
                                                                            discretion to innovate within the Unit and provides the senior
                                                                            librarians with authoritative advice on


                                                                            specialised area. 4. Takes responsibility for the effectiveness,
                                                                            efficiency and quality of services provided by the Unit. 5. Provides
                                                                            education for the UNE community on the services of the Unit and
                                                                            skills training for "specialised area".

SOM: 1) Manage the School's administrative offices, recognising             1. Management of specialised teams or some front-line          IRF: Conduct regular meetings with the project teams and project          Manager: 1) Provide leadership and management direction to, and accept
their key role in the operations of the School, and their function within   management of functional teams or responsible for day-to-day   partners. Manage any action required. Specialist: Provide                 overall responsibility for, the ? Office. 2) Provide high level policy formulation
the Faculty and the University. The Office Manager will be proactive,       running of projects. 2. Be responsible for the development of  authoritative advice/leadership to senior managers on particular          and advice to committees. 3) Provide expert advice and liaise with
work independently and use considerable initiative in this task; 2)         practices and procedures and implementation of the processes and
                                                                                                                                           specialist knowledge. Admin: 1. Responsible for the day-to-day            staff/stakeholders on rules, policies, policies and procedures. 4. Develop
Provide all secretarial support required by the Head of School,             procedures. SIMERR - Responsible for the administration and    supervision of the Unit. 2. Be responsible for the development and        policy and oversee the implementation of improvements relating to all matters
including maintenance of diary, managing access, scheduling                 financial management of the budget. 2. Provide leadership and  review of relevant Unit's policy and procedures ensuring compliance       concerning "?". 5. Be responsible for determining procedures relating to "?"
appointments and meetings, actioning mail; 3) Responsible for               specialist advice in relation to the projects' deadlines, milestones,
                                                                                                                                           with legislation. 2.b Coordinate the development, maintenance and         and the application of precedence using discretion within the guidelines of
preparing, implementing and maintaining the School's administrative         reports and complex enquiries. 3. Manage and monitor the accuracy
                                                                                                                                           implementation of policies and procedures, taking into account            relevant "authoritative body". 6. In conjunction with "Senior Management"
calendar and ensuring deadlines are met. This includes the collection                                                                      trends and systems in the industry, to improve efficiency and
                                                                            and integrity of accounts and budgets for each project within the                                                                        develop and implement the "Office's" Strategic Plan, Unit Plan and other
of information from other areas within the University in order to                                                                          effectiveness of "specialised area". 3. Provide policy and planning
                                                                            Centre. 4. Draft applications, ensuring compliance with University                                                                       operational plans. 7. Design and redirect staff roles to obtain the most
establish administrative priorities and deadlines within the School. 4)     and legislative requirements, liaising extensively with research teams
                                                                                                                                           advice in order to assist managers to meet their responsibilities. 4.     effective use of resources in order to achieve the objectives as required. 8.
Coordinate casual academic staffing needs of the School, including          and chief investigators. HRS OD: Be involved in project        Assist in the preparation of operational plans for the Directorate. 5.    Develop new initiatives .... 9. Develop new programmes to address issues ...
keeping an up-to-date list of suitably qualified staff, establishing, by    management as either a project team member or leader as required.
                                                                                                                                           Provide executive support and authoritative advice. 6. Be                 10. Be accountable for the annual budget of the "Office". Monitor ongoing
reference to this information, that they are suitable for the specific      This may involve researching and providing detailed project plans
                                                                                                                                           responsible for managing, developing and implementing specialist          expenditure and prepare the annual budget documentation.
task to be undertaken along with knowledge of their current                 and recommendations of issues and policies. Monitor, evaluate and
                                                                                                                                           programs. Manager: Provide leadership to supervisors in (area of
commitments to ensure deadlines are achievable. Monitor casual              report on the implementation of these strategies.              speciality or broad range of topics) to improve performance and
appointments forms and timesheets to ensure they are correct                                                                               identify change. 2. Coordinate the development, maintenance and
                                                                                                                                           implementation of policies and procedures, taking into account
                                                                                                                                           trends and systems to improve efficiency and effectiveness of
 and charged at the appropriate rate following up on any             2. Analyse, formulate and implement appropriate strategies to meet 3. Manage all stages of (specialist area/broad areas). 4. Provide
discrepancies. 5) Provide secretarial support, including preparation needs of (functional area/unit/project). 3. Provide guidance and high advice to managers on the potential impact of ? in order to achieve
of agenda and papers, to the School Executive Committee and the      level support to clients requiring facilitation of such (specialist   University objectives. Admin: 1. Be responsible for the efficient
School Committee, and teaching material where appropriate. 6)        knowledge). Advice can be authoritative, relevant to specialist area, operation of "?" Unit. This includes staff training, management of
Assist in the development and manage the maintenance of the          and should be in accordance with relevant Acts, Awards, University financial and staff resources as well as system administration and
School web pages, liaising with relevant School staff and other      policy and procedure. 4. Be responsible for the management, the       user support. 2. Provide advice to senior management on "?"
Faculty and University staff as appropriate. 7) Delegate LaTex       development and administration of (specific area of speciality). This issues; develop and implement policies in such a way to allow for
typesetting tasks, supervise and train new, and existing AA staff in involves developing and maintaining the policy and procedural         efficient business decision making. 3. Ensure that the University
the use of LaTex. [NB. LaTex is a mathematical computer typesetting documentation; identifying objectives and making recommendations; complies with "?" legislation and liaise with "?" Authority regarding
language universally used in mathematics and computing. All the      advising staff. 5. Plan, research and write promotional material. 6. University compliance and guidelines, University policy and plans. 4.
School's external units (over 50) are typeset in LaTex].Exec Assist: Research and recommend prospects/initiatives related to specialist Plan for and implement "?" systems development using new
1. Provide specialist support and advice to senior members of        area/project. 7. Contribute to strategic planning, development and    technology and be responsible for continued development. 5.
Faculty for all areas of administration within the Faculty including implementation of policy and procedure of the Unit/Office.            Ensure the UNE's guidelines for "?" are adhered to across the
assisting with developing, interpreting and implementing University                                                                        University. 6. Analyse the information needs of clients in order to
policies and procedures. 2. Ensure all relevant documentation is                                                                           provide the maximum efficiency from available resources; advise on
maintained including policies and procedures in compliance with                                                                            reforms to business processes, and plan and implement appropriate
University record-keeping requirements. 3. Independently prioritise,                                                                       training activities for users of the "?" system. 7. Responsible for the
research,and respond




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to a diverse range of enquiries, providing accurate specialist advice                                                                             planning, allocating and expenditure control of "Unit" budget in
on Faculty and University procedures and policies and problem solve                                                                               consultation with the Director. 8. Provide research on complex
issues. 4. Manage the recruitment process of academic staff and                                                                                   issues. 9. Provide advice on the legal implications of "..." acts and
other senior positions within the Faculty. 5. Undertake special                                                                                   managing practices throughout the University. 10. Provide
projects which may involve research, analysis, budgeting and                                                                                      professional direction to workteams.
reporting with summary recommendations and/or proposals. 6.
Manage administrative systems and operational procedures for the
Exec. Dean's Office to ensure efficient and high quality service. This
will involve continually assessing and redefining policy and
processes.




                                                                          1. Management of specialised equipment and facilities. 2. Provide
                                                                          advice requiring significant specialist knowledge or technical
                                                                          expertise.




1) Provide specialist research assistance to the project team.            1. Management of specialised teams, equipment and facilities or         IRF: 1) Using substantial technical expertise, research, collect,      IRF: 1) Prepare research papers for publication and conference papers for
2) Manage the day-to-day activities of the project, reporting             some front-line management of functional teams or responsibility for    collate, analyse and interpret data from research activities. 2)       presentation and publication. 2) Provide high-level input to IRF strategic
discrepancies in milestones to the Project Leader.                        day-to-day running of projects. Data Analyst: 2. Collate and analyse    Undertake complex quantitative and/or qualitative data analysis and research activities.
3) Research, collect and collate data, which could require the use of     the results of surveys and questionnaires, and other data collected,    evaluation. 3) Draft research papers for publication and conference
specialist knowledge. 4) Prepare drafts of reports, including progress    using quantitative numerical methods and statistical analysis. Data     papers for presentation and publication where appropriate. 4)
reports to an agreed schedule. 4) Undertake data analysis and             Analyst: 3. Prepare reports interpreting the data analysis and          Prepare materials to communicate the research activities and
evaluation. 5) Develop and participate in promotional displays on         demonstrate the implications of the analysis for the project. IRF:      progress. 5) Under the guidance of senior staff, be involved in the
behalf of the project. 6) Assist in the authoring of web pages            Using significant specialist knowledge or technical expertise,          process of identifying and planning IRF strategic research activities.
associated with the research project. IRF: 1. Provide specialist          research, collect and collate data and enter into databases for
research assistance to the project team. 2. Be involved in the day-to-    computer analysis. 2. Undertake quantitative and/or qualitative data
day activities of the project, including maintaining relationships with   analysis and evaluation. 3. Analyse and interpret results from
research partners, monitoring progress against the milestones of the      research activities and prepare draft reports. 4. Prepare drafts or
project and keeping the Project Leader informed. 3. Undertake basic       assist with the preparation of research papers for publication. TIGB:
quantitiative and/or qualitative data analysis and evaluation. 4. Using   Identify and summarise research funding opportunities and
some specialist knowledge or technical expertise, research, collect       requirements for grant submissions; undertake advanced literature
and collate data and enter into databases for computer analysis.          search and review and assist in project budget development.


5. Assist in the preparation of research papers for publication            2. Develop and implement strategies to promote the Institute to
including gathering and organising library references. 6. Prepare         funding agencies, research organisations and general public,
drafts of project progress reports and ad hoc reports as required. 7.     nationally and internationally. 3. Manage the TIGB budgets and
Collate and enter statistical data using electronic database software     expenditures. Technical: Provide advice requiring significant
such as Excel or similar. 8. Monitor expenditures against project         specialist knowledge or technical expertise. 2. Researching and
funds, providing regular information to the Project Leader. 9.            providing technical recommendations relating to strategic planning
Contribute to the development of, and arranging trial questionnaires      involving infrastructure and equipment. Manage maintenance of
with appropriate trial groups/individuals. Accurately document            these resources.
information gathered by questionnaires and enter into appropriate
database/s. 10. Coordinate and participate in regular meetings with
the project teams and project partners and record decisions of
meetings. As agreed, carry out or oversee any action required. 11.
Assist in composing web pages associated with the research project.
12. Provide access to project information for participants in the
project. 13. Develop and participate in promotional displays for
projects as required. 14. Provide assistance with conference


organisation. 15. Assist in gathering and organizing library references
and in preparing materials for publication. 16. Manage the
expenditures against project funds, providing regular reports to
project leader.

                                                                          Finance: Undertake the coordination and preparation of the annual       Finance: 1) Undertake the coordination and preparation of the            Finance: 1) Responsible for the coordination and preparation of the annual
                                                                          financial statements and required returns in a timely manner and in     annual financial statements and required returns in a timely manner      financial statements and required returns in a timely manner and in accordance
                                                                          accordance with the relevant legislation and accounting standards.      and in accordance with the relevant legislation and accounting           with the relevant legislation and accounting standards. 2) Ensure the
                                                                          2. Responsible for the timely and accurate preparation of various       standards. 2) Provide advice regarding relevant accounting               University's compliance with relevant accounting standards, accounting
                                                                          statutory and other returns, including the coordination, and the        standards, accounting concepts and University accounting policy          concepts and University accounting policy as required under applicable
                                                                          preparation of data, whilst ensuring adherence to the current           under applicable legislation to enable management to comply with         legislation. 3) Participate in the University budget development process. 4)
                                                                          legislation. 3. Responsible for undertaking various University          the legislative and reporting requirements. 3) Coordinate and            Work with relevant officers in the development and provision of the University's
                                                                          reconciliations ensuring coordination with other accounts. 4. Provide   develop the accounting structures and operational processes for the      cash flow forecasts.
                                                                          specialist advice and assistance on University policy and procedures.   utilisation of the accounting system for the separate entities. 4)
                                                                                                                                                  Assist in the University budget development process. 5) Assist
                                                                                                                                                  relevant officers in the development and provision of the University's
                                                                                                                                                  cash flow forecasts.




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a. 1) Providing specialist technical advice to students, staff and/or the   Technical: Promotion of UNE at various public relations activities.       IRF: Prepare materials to communicate the research activities and   IRF: Represent the Project/Program through establishing and maintaining
project team. 2) Actively participating in regular meetings with the        In conjunction with the academic responsible, plan, organise and          progress. R&C Manager: 2. Responsible for the identification,       relationships with funding bodies, researchers, and other stakeholders. Proj
project team and ensuring decisions are implemented. 3) Developing          implement programs and take responsibility for high school students       provision and dissemination of advice in relation to policies and   Manager IT: 1) Conceptualise and manage a communication strategy for the
and participating in promotional displays and other public relations        who may be accommodated on campus. TIGB: Consult with and                 processes of (specialist area/broad areas), including the           systems and business process review projects, using a range of
activities (on behalf of the School or project). School Office              develop networks with external organisations, research funding            development and conduct of information seminars                     communication techniques and mechanisms. 2) Responsible for ensuring that
Manager: 1) Coordinate and manage publicity programs and                    bodies and universities to facilitate exchange of expertise. 2. Liaise                                                                        project and other related documentation is prepared, collated and made
activities of the School, including organisation of the production of       with scientists based in a number of research organisations across                                                                            accessible in accordance with University policy, audit and industry requirements
promotional materials and drafting new brochures in consultation with       several localities to ensure the prompt submission of milestone                                                                               and standards. Manager: Develop communication strategies to ensure staff
Marketing and Public Affairs in order to attract quality undergraduate      reports. In this role, develop working relationships with organisations                                                                       are advised on significant issues, trends and policies and processes.
and postgraduate students; 2) Coordinate special events including           receiving reports to ensure that Insitute reports anticipate and then
organisation and promotion. This includes budget management,                meet requirements, promoting a professional and trusted image for
identification of appropriate guests, negotiations with various             the Institute. International Off: Develop communication strategies
suppliers and stakeholders at all levels, and post event follow-up.         to ensure effective transmission of information. Manage the
Exec Assist to Exec. Dean: Assist in developing and managing                provision of information to students on a range of functions. Library:
teamwork and communication strategies to ensure cooperation and             Provides education for the UNE community on the services of the
effective transmission of information, both internally and externally.      Unit and skills training for "specialised area".




1. Using some specialist knowledge or technical expertise, research, IRF: Prepare statistical data using electronic database software such IRF: Prepare statistical data using electronic database software
collect and collate data and enter into databases for computer       as Excel or similar.                                                  such as Excel or similar.
analysis. 2. Assist in composing web pages associated with the
research project.

 Programmer: 1. Develop and build on systems analysis skills at a           Programming, including but not limited to: relational databases; fine                                                                         Provide complex programming support to clients and other team members.
routine level, including but not limited to: analysis of user               tuning of programs; 3GL and 4GL programming; programming for
requirements; testing procedures; preliminary functional business           student data collection from admission centres' data warehouses;
analysis; preliminary system design and implementation; drafting            web programming, design and maintenance.
techning specifications; support with implementation and user
training. 2. Enhance and develop programming skills, including but
not limited to: relational databases; fine tuning of programs; 3GL and
4GL programming; programming for student data collection from
admission centres' data warehouses; web programming, design and
maintenance.




Research: 1) Undertake data analysis and evaluation. 2) Coordinate IRF: Analyse and interpret results from research activities and                    1) Using substantial technical expertise, research, collect, collate, Programmers: Initiate new and enhanced services.
and contribute to regular meetings with the project team and record      prepare draft reports.                                                       analyse and interpret data from research activities. 2) Undertake
decisions of meetings. As agreed carry out or oversee action                                                                                          complex quantitative and/or qualitative data analysis and evaluation.
required. School Office Manager: 1) Provide planning and policy
advice for the Head of School for all areas of administration within the
School and provide leadership in the efective implementation of
University and Faculty policies and procedures within the School. 2)
On behalf of the Head of School and in association with various
stakeholders, research and prepare extensive supporting
documentation in order to achieve and maintain accreditation by the
professional associations. This includes responsibility for the
preparation of annual returns (detailed statistical and financial data)
required by the professional associations, preparation of the
extensive documentation required for the 5 yearly accreditation visits
and regular contact with relevant officers in these associations. 3)
Coordinate the employment needs of the School. Prepare draft
allocations of academic teaching loads for review by the


Head of School, continue to reassess and update teaching loads
throughout semester.




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Research: 1) Manage the day to day activities of the project,              Technical: Planning and participating in field trips involving              Technical: 1) Planning, organising, implementing and participating          IRF: 1) Manage all aspects of a project or program, including collaboration with
reporting discrepancies in milestones to the Project Leader. 2)            undergraduate classes. IRF: Manage the day-to-day activities of the         in UNE extension and public relations activities. 2) Be responsible for     research partners, monitoring the overall progress of the project and scheduling
Manage the expenditures against project funds, providing regular           project, including liaising with research partners to facilitate the        managing the organisation/coordination aspects of practical classes         priorities of the project team, and ensuring all documentation and reporting is
reports to project leader. School Office Manager: 1) Provide               exchange of expertise, monitor progress against the milestones of           and field excursions. IRF: 1) Develop project plans and manage              prepared to meet Institute, audit and industry standards. 2) Manage
project support to the Head of School, which may involve research,         the project and keeping the Program Leader informed. IRF: 2.                aspects of the project, including establishing collaborations with          expenditure and project time against project funds. Be responsible for ensuring
analysis, costing and reporting with summary recommendations               Coordinate and report all expenditures against project funds. TIGB:         research partners, monitoring the overall progress of the project, and      budgets run within budget guidelines. 3) Develop complex project plans,
and/or proposals; 2) Monitor the quality assurance aspects of School       Manage the budgets and expenditures.                                        reporting the achievements of milestones to the Program Leader and          including detailed budgetary plans. Manager: 1) Develop new
teaching materials (approximately XX sets per annum), ensuring                                                                                         funding agencies/stakeholders. 2) Source funding and manage                 initiatives/programmes to address issues relevant to the Office/Unit. 2)Be
consistency, accuracy and clarity of assesment tasks, residential                                                                                      expenditures against project funds. Be responsible for providing            accountable for the annual budget of the Unit/Office. Monitor ongoing
school and other administrative information provided to students; 3)                                                                                   regular reports to the Program Leader.                                      expenditure and prepare the annual budget documentation. Project Man IT:
Responsible for the School's information in the external schedule and                                                                                                                                                              Perform, or collaborate in, the project management of large and complex
University Handbook as well as amangement of all aspects of the                                                                                                                                                                    projects, requiring any of the following: team coordination and scheduling;
School;s information on the Unit database, checking of pre-requisites,                                                                                                                                                             budget control and administration; review and/or preparation of project
co-requisites, and other unit restrictions, examination, online and                                                                                                                                                                deliverables; monitoring and reporting project progress; risk assessment,
semester details for each unit as well as the timetabling of residential                                                                                                                                                           management and reporting; quality assurance; development and
schools. IRF: 1. Be involved in the day-to-day activities of the                                                                                                                                                                   implementation
project, including maintaining relationships with research


partners, monitoring progress against the milestones of the project                                                                                                                                                                of training programs. Programmers: Manage large and complex projects.
and keeping the Project Leader informed. 2. Monitor expenditures                                                                                                                                                                   This may require the coordination of the following: operational activities relating
against project funds, providing regular information to the Project                                                                                                                                                                to the project; staff management and supervision; work flow; monitoring group
Leader.                                                                                                                                                                                                                            performance; financial control.


School Office Manager: 1) Assist in developing and managing                Finance: Responsible for developing procedures and guidelines and           Finance: Develop and maintain the University's accounting policy            Finance: Develop and maintain the University's accounting policy and
procedures for the collection and reporting of quality assurance data      assisting with the development of University accounting policy and          and procedures, taking into account changing legislation, standards         procedures, taking into account changing legislation, standards and structure.
across all areas of compliance within the School, especially relating to   procedures. International Off: Prepare administrative, planning and         and structure. Library: Undertakes planning and policy                      Manager: 1) Develop policy and oversee the implementation of improvements.
teaching, research/research training and community/professional            policy development advice on matters relating to SPECIALIST                 development in relation to "specialised area" and has discretion to         2) Be responsible for determining procedures and the application of
service, including planning for the regular reviews of the School and      AREA.                                                                       innovate within the Unit and provides the senior managers with              precedence using discretion and within guidelines. 3) In conjunction with the
its programs. 2) Preparation of draft policy and meeting documents                                                                                     authoritative advice on "specialised area".                                 Deputy Vice-Chancellor/Senior Executive to develop and implement the
for the Head of School.                                                                                                                                                                                                            Unit's/Office's strategic and operational plans. Bus Anal: Produce support
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   documentation for the purposes of quality assurance and participate in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   related tasks of business process re-design and continuous process
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   improvement.

Technical: Managing the expenditures against project funds,              IRF: Coordinate and report all expenditures against project funds.            IRF: Source funding and manage expenditures against project                 IRF: Manage expenditure and project time against project funds. Be
providing regular reports to project leader. School Office Manager:                                                                                    funds. Be responsible for providing regular reports to the Program          responsible for ensuring projects run within budget guidelines. Admin: Be
1) Jointly with the Head of School, and in consultation with the Faculty                                                                               Leader.                                                                     accountable for the annual budget of the "Office". Monitor ongoing expenditure
Manager, contribute to budget planning and management of the                                                                                                                                                                       and prepare the annual budget documentation.
School's financial matters, including preparation of, and advice to
Head of School and Faculty Manager on, financial and budgetary
matters (including monitoring of budget, follow-up and rectification of
anomalies). Financial delegation to $1000 and responsibility for
School credit card expenses to $1000 per month.


1) Supervise or coordinate tasks of other staff supporting the project.    Technical: Providing supervision and training in specialised                Technical: 1) Supervising, coordinating and providing leadership to Manager: Design and re-direct staff roles to obtain the most effective use of
2) Supervising or coordinating tasks of other technical staff. School      laboratory techniques for junior technical staff and students. IRF:         other technical staff to ensure delivery of identified outcomes. 2)      resources in order to achieve the objectives.
Office Manager: 1) Supervise train and manage the School's                 Supervise or coordinate tasks of other staff supporting the project.        Training and supervising students while using specialised equipment
administrative staff, including goal setting and performance reviews,      SIMERR: Supervise and manage the National Centre's general staff            or applications. IRF: Mange and coordinate tasks of other staff
manage staff issues and staff development, liaising with Human             by coordinating staff movements, manage staff issues, staff                 supporting the project. Finance: Supervise the Assistant
Resource Services and relevant Faculty staff as appropriate.               development, performance reviews and liaison with HRS and Faculty           Accountants within the Unit. Library: 1. Is responsible for the
                                                                           Manager. International Off: Provide leadership and specialist               coordination, overall supervision of Unit staff. Monitors performance
                                                                           support to the Administrative Assistants of the Unit.                       of Unit, establishes priorities and procedures for the Unit and
                                                                                                                                                       performs the annual Goal Setting and Performance Review for all
                                                                                                                                                       Unit staff. 2. In association with senior management, is responsible
                                                                                                                                                       for the supervision and training of staff of the Unit. 3. In association
                                                                                                                                                       with senior staff, manage staffing resources for the Unit.


Be aware of and apply the University’s policies and procedures             Ensure the University's policies and procedures relating to equal           Ensure the University's policies and procedures relating to equal           Be responsible for ensuring the University's policies, procedures and
relating to equal opportunity, risk management, occupational health        opportunity, risk management, occupational health and safety and            opportunity, risk management, occupational health and safety and            commitment to equal opportunity, risk management, occupational health and
and safety and quality assurance as they apply to this position.           quality assurance are applied in relation to the responsibilities of this   quality assurance are applied in relation to the responsibilities of this   safety and quality assurance are implemented, and adhered to in this
                                                                           position.                                                                   position.                                                                   [Department/Centre/Directorate]




Completion of relevant degree; or completion of a relevant associate       A relevant degree with relevant experience; or extensive experience         A relevant degree with substantial relevant experience; or extensive        Postgraduate qualifications or progress towards postgraduate qualifications and
diploma with a range of experience including appropriate work              and specialist expertise or broad knowledge in technical or                 relevant experience and management expertise; or an equivalent              extensive relevant experience; or a range of management expertise or
experience; or a certificate or advanced certificate with extensive        administrative fields; or an equivalent combination of relevant             combination of relevant experience and/or education/training.               substantial technical expertise; or an equivalent combination of relevant
relevant experience; or an equivalent alternative combination of           experience and/or education/training. Finance: Completion of an             Finance: Completion of an accounting degree or relevant                     experience and/or education/training. Finance: Completion of an accounting
relevant knowledge, training and/or experience. Library: Completion        accounting degree or relevant qualification and extensive financial         qualification and extensive financial accounting experience or an           degree or relevant qualification, with extensive financial accounting experience
of a university degree together with eligibility for professional          experience or an equivalent combination of relevant knowledge,              equivalent combination of relevant knowledge, training and/or               and CPA/CA qualification.
membership of the Australian Library and Information Association; or       training and/or experience. Web Programmer: A computer science              experience including significant progress towards CPA/CA
an Associate Diploma in Librarianship with a range of experience           degree with computer programming and web development                        qualification. Library: University degree or equivalent qualification
including appropriate relevant work experience; or a Library               experience or an equivalent alternate combination of relevant               and eligibility for professional membership of the Australian Library
Technician Certificate and extensive relevant work experience; or an       knowledge training and/or experience. Comp Sys Support: A                   and Information Association and relevant library experience, or an
equivalent alternative combination of relevant knowledge, training         computer science degree with computer programming and web                   equivalent alternative combination of relevant knowledge, training
and/or experience.                                                         development experience or an equivalent alternate combination of            and experience.
                                                                           relevant knowledge training and/or experience.




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Technical: 1) Demonstrated experience in specialist technical areas        Technical: Demonstrated experience in one or more of the key                Technical: Demonstrated knowledge and significant specialist                IRF: 1) Demonstrated experience in managing multiple projects. 2)
relevant to the Sciences. 2) Demonstrated extensive experience in a        areas within The Sciences, as well as expertise in management of            expertise in one or more of the key areas or across a broad range of        Demonstrated ability to contribute to the strategic directions of the Institute.
laboratory and/or filed situation, including working with a range of       scientific laboratories and specialised equipment. Technical: 2.            areas within The Sciences, as well as in the maintenance and                Manager: Demonstrated understanding of the significance of ? Project
technical equipment or techniques. Administrative: Demonstrated            Demonstrated competence in OH&S, risk assessment and risk                   operation of sophisticated and/or complex scientific equipment and          Manager IT: Demonstrated excellent skills and extensive relevant experience
substantial administrative experience.                                     management principles. IRF: Experience in quantitative and                  applications. Bus Analyst: Demonstrated excellent skills and                in systems analysis and design. Business Analyst: Demonstrated superior
                                                                           qualitative research methodologies. 2. Experience in preparation,           relevant experience in business and systems analysis and design.            skills and extensive relevant experience in Business Analysis. 2.
                                                                           interpretation and production of research results. SIMERR: Ability to       (This may involve a practical test) Comp Sys Support: 1.                    Demonstrated superior skills and extensive relevant experience in systems
                                                                           perform large and complex financial management and accounting               Demonstrated significant expertise in systems administration. 2.            analysis and design. (This may involve a practical test). 3. Demonstrated
                                                                           tasks, including preparation and analysis of financial data, production     Proven skills to support IT users in a distributed network                  superior programming skills in 3GL and 4GL. (This may involve a practical
                                                                           of reports and recommendations, interpretation and application of           environment. 3. Proven extensive, current knowledge of IT issues,           test). 4. Demonstrated experience in administering relational databases. Snr
                                                                           legislation. International Off: Demonstrated ability and experience         trends and innovations and the ability to design appropriate technical      P.O.: Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of university operations
                                                                           in interpreting Government legislation, policies and guidelines             solutions using this knowledge. 4. Demonstrated ability to manage           and the higher education system and culture, including relevant political
                                                                           relating to SPECIALIST AREA e.g. "provision of support and service          large and complex IT projects.                                              awareness.
                                                                           to international students". Business Analyst: Demonstrated
                                                                           problem solving skills relating specifically to "..." Systems and ability
                                                                           to achieve practical solutions. 2. Demonstrated extensive
                                                                           experience in dealing with official records with a networked


                                                                           computerised database system Web Programmer: Extensive work
                                                                           experience in multimedia programming and web site construction
                                                                           tools e.g. Macromedia Director, Flash, Dreamweaver, and
                                                                           Authorware. 2. Familiarity with scripting or programming languages
                                                                           used in web and CGI applications e.g. Java, HTML, and Perl. 3.
                                                                           Familiarity with WebCT

School Office Manager: 1) Demonstrated high level supervisory              High level team leader skills. Technical: 2. Demonstrated ability to        Technical: 1) Demonstrated ability to provide senior leadership and         Excellent management ability. IRF: 1) Demonstrated leadership skills and the
skills, including the ability to provide effective leadership across a     provide leadership and manage technical staff. IRF: Demonstrated            manage technical staff. 2) Demonstrated significant experience and          professional capacity to supervise, lead and develop staff. 2) Proven
broad range of functional areas. 2) proven ability to develop, redefine    excellent supervisory skills. 2. Demonstrated experience working on         expertise in management of scientific laboratories and equipment.           experience in planning, coordination and problem solving in relation to large-
and interpret procedures and policies relevant to the administrative       projects and knowledge of the associated planning processes.                Bus Analyst: Demonstrated experience in project management                  scale research projects. 3) Demonstrated experience in managing multiple
area. Research: Demonstrated project management skills.                    TIGB: Demonstrated project management skills. Web                           both as a leader and as a project team member. Comp Syst                    projects.4) Demonstrated practical understanding of budget development and
                                                                           Programmer: Demonstrated ability to plan project workflows, meet            Support: Demonstrated ability to manage large and complex IT                analysis and financial reporting. Manager: Demonstrated management
                                                                           deadlines and work with limited supervision.                                projects. Library: Demonstrated ability to supervise, train and             expertise Proj Manager IT: Demonstrated extensive experience in successful
                                                                                                                                                       develop staff. Admin: Successful project management experience              senior project management roles. Bus Analyst: Demonstrated experience in
                                                                                                                                                       in large and/or complex projects - particularly the ability to lead,        project management both as a leader and as a project team member. Snr
                                                                                                                                                       and/or be part of a multi-disciplined project team. 2. Substantial          P.O.: Proven project management expertise, including managing projects
                                                                                                                                                       experience in the organisation, management and operations of a              through to successful completion.
                                                                                                                                                       "specialised" Unit, including staff supervision.




1. Ability to interpret and apply complex rules and procedures in a  Business Analyst: Demonstrated experience in developing,                          1. The ability to interpret complex legislation, and provide clear,
large organisation. 2. Demonstrated ability to analyse complex       implementing and documenting policies and procedures within                       sound advice and recommendations to non-experts in the area, and
issues and make recommendations on policy and procedural change. defined guidelines.                                                                   apply innovative strategies to achieve positive outcomes for the
3. Proven ability to develop, interpret and implement procedures and                                                                                   University. 2. Demonstrated high level analytical and research
policies relevant to the adminstrative area.                                                                                                           skills, as well as experience and skills in policy development and
                                                                                                                                                       writing.




School Office Manager: 1) Demonstrated planning, analytical and            1. Demonstrated knowledge of quantitative and statistical data              Demonstrated ability to exercise initiative and high level judgement.       IRF: Proven experience in planning, coordination and problem solving in
problem-solving skills and the capacity to think strategically and meet    analysis, and experience with presenting relevant data and                  Bus Analyst: Demonstrated excellent problem solving and                     relation to large-scale research projects. Manager: Demonstrated ability to
deadlines. 2) Proven ability to develop, redefine and interpret            undertaking interpretative qualitative analysis. 2. Demonstrated            analytical skills. Comp Sys Support: Demonstrated excellent                 compile and analyse statistical information in the preparation of reports.
procedures and policies relevant to the administrative area. IRF: 1.       ability to analyse and interpret and provide complex information. 3.        problem solving and analytical skills. Admin: 2. Demonstrated high          Project Manager IT: 1) Demonstrated problem solving and analytical skills of
Demonstrated knowledge of quantitative and/or qualitative research         Demonstrated problem-solving skills as related to analysis and              level analytical and research skills, as well as experience and skills in   a very high order. 2) Demonstrated excellent skills and extensive relevant
methodologies. 2. Demonstrated experience in organising                    interpretation of data. 4. Demonstrated ability to exercise initiative      policy development and writing. 3. Demonstrated excellent                   experience in systems analysis and design. Business Analyst: Demonstrated
information for analysis. 3. Some experience in data analysis and          and judgement IRF: Demonstrated problem solving skills as they              problem-solving, analytical and diagnostic skills, with the ability to      excellent problem solving and analytical skills. Snr P.O.: Demonstrated ability
evaluation. 4. Experience in sourcing reference materials and other        relate to the analysis and interpretation of data. TIGB:                    compile project plans, business proposals and analyses.                     to research, analyse and interpret proposals and legislative requirements
information from library and other relevant sources. Library: A            Demonstrated analytical skills and the capacity to think strategically.                                                                                 including the dissemination of information and preparation of proposals and
demonstrated ability to analyse and resolve problems within complex        Comp Syst Support: Demonstrated high level technical problem                                                                                            responses.
rules and guidelines.                                                      solving and analytical skills.

High level of oral, written and interpersonal skills. School Office        Technical: Demonstrated high level interpersonal and oral and               Technical: Demonstrated superior interpersonal and oral and                 IRF: Demonstrated high-level communication skills including the ability to write
Manager: 1) Demonstrated excellent oral and written communication          written communication skills. IRF: Demonstrated high level of oral          written communication skills. Finance: Demonstrated excellent               publications, executive level reports and communicate with other executives,
skills, including the ability to interact easily and constructively with   and written skills, including experience in report writing. Finance:        interpersonal, written and oral communication skills Business               politicians and community representatives. Finance: 1) Demonstrated
clients and colleagues, as well as prepare written reports. IRF:           Demonstrated excellent interpersonal, written and oral                      Analyst: Demonstrated excellent communication skills. 2.                    excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills. Manager: 1)
Demonstrated high level oral and written skills, including report          communication skills. SIMERR: High level networking skills and the          Demonstrated ability to produce user and system documentation.              Demonstrated superior liaison and negotiation skills. 2) Demonstrated
writing. Library: Demonstrated ability to prepare and deliver              ability to liaise with a wide range of people. 2. Excellent written and     Admin: Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with                excellent written and oral communication skills. Project Manager IT: 1)
educational programs (specific to area of speciality) to groups of         oral communication skills. TIGB: Demonstrated superior                      demonstrated ability in consultation and negotiation, and the ability to    Demonstrated excellent communication skills, including high level executive
students and staff.                                                        interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to negotiate        liaise at all levels.                                                       communication, technical and professional communication, and effective
                                                                           complex issues. INTERNATIONAL OFF: Demonstrated experience                                                                                              communication with clients at all levels. 2) Demonstrated ability to
                                                                           in working with people of culturally diverse backgrounds. Business                                                                                      conceptualise, develop and produce training programs and relevant user,
                                                                           Analyst: Demonstrated excellent interpersonal and communication                                                                                         system and training documentation. 3) Demonstrated ability to develop and
                                                                           skills with a wide range of clients and the ability to recognise and                                                                                    produce policy and procedure in conjunction with system and business
                                                                           respond appropriately to their needs. Web Programmer:                                                                                                   stakeholders. Bus Analyst: Demonstrated excellent communication skills,
                                                                           Demonstrated effective communication and interpersonal skills.                                                                                          including high level executive communication, technical and professional
                                                                           Comp Sys Support: Demonstrated excellent communication and                                                                                              communication, and effective communication with clients at all levels. 2.
                                                                           interpersonal skills.                                                                                                                                   Demonstrated ability

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   to produce user and system documentation. Snr P.O.: Demonstrated ability to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   write quickly, succinctly and cogently. 2. Outstanding communication,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   organisational and interpersonal skills, including demonstrated abilities in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   consultation, negotiation and interaction with staff and senior people in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   private and public sector.




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Demonstrated competence using computers and a knowledge of a           Technical: Demonstrated high level computer skills using                  Technical: Demonstrated high level computing skills and use of           Project Manager IT: Demonstrated excellent skills and extensive relevant
range of relevant software. School Office Manager: 1)                  wordprocessing, spreadsheet, database and browser software.               relevant software. Programmer: Demonstrated substantial                  experience in systems analysis and design. Programmer: Demonstrated
Demonstrated advances knowledge and experience in the use of           SIMERR: Demonstrated IT skills appropriate to the position                programming skills in 3GL and 4GL. (This may involve a practical         superior programming skills in 3GL and 4GL. (This may involve a practical
word processing, spreadsheet and database software and their           including spreadsheet, wordprocessing, and sound understanding of         test). 2. Demonstrated excellent skills and relevant experience in       test). 2. Demonstrated excellent skills and extensive relevant experience in
effective use in administration. Progammer: Demonstrated               financial database applications. International Off: Demonstrated          systems analysis and design. (This may involve a practical test).        systems analysis and design. (This may involve a practical test). Bus Anal:
programming skills in 3GL and 4GL. (This may involve a practical       excellent computer skills using a range of relevant software such as      Admin: Demonstrated high level computer application skills and in-       Demonstrated superior skills and extensive relevant experience in business
test). Skills in systems analysis and design. (This may involve a      MS Word, Excel and Outlook. Business Analyst: Demonstrated                depth understanding of and experience with administrative systems.       analysis. 2. Demonstrated superior skills and extensive relevant experience in
practical test). IRF: Demonstrated excellent computer skills and       experience in the general use of personal computers (both Mac and         RDU: Demonstrated ability to independently develop and implement         systems analysis and design. Snr P.O.: Strong computer literacy and
knowledge of a range of relevant software, including .... AGBU: 1.     PC) combined with an extensive knowledge of Microsoft Word,               relational database solutions with ability to develop with computer      keyboard skills. RDU: Demonstrated substantial experience in independently
Some experience in creating relational databases. 2. Technical         Excel, Filemaker Pro, WWW and an understanding of Unix and                programming tools to enhance database and/or web page                    developing and implementing relational database solutions (such as MS
competence in maintaining hardware and software.                       Oracle operating systems and/or similar software and operating            functionality. 2. Demonstrated ability in maintaining a computer         Access) with ability to develop sophisticated interrogation tools with graphical
                                                                       systems. 2. Demonstrated knowledge and experience in supporting           server, and ability to maintain a secure website and to provide secure   and tabular output, including the design and implementation of complex, novel
                                                                       new and experienced users on computer systems within a complex            protection of the computer software and data. Comp Sys Support:          and multi-factored queries and, through programming, to create enhanced user-
                                                                       networked environment, including experience in training users as to       1. Demonstrated significant expertise in systems administration. 2.      friendly interfaces. 2. Demonstrated experience in maintaining a computer
                                                                       system functionality and data entry standards. 3. Extensive               Proven skills to support IT users in a distributed network               server, and ability to develop and maintain a secure website and to provide
                                                                       experience with Easy SQR or similar 4th generation report-writing         environment. 3. Proven extensive, current knowledge of IT issues,        secure protection of the computer software and data.
                                                                       program.                                                                  trends and innovations and the ability to design appropriate

                                                                       Web Prog.: Experience with image manipulation tools for               technical solutions using this knowledge. 4. Demonstrated ability to
                                                                       multimedia and web development e.g. Adobe Photoshop and               manage large and complex IT projects.
                                                                       Premier. 2. Technical knowledge in handling multimedia data e.g.
                                                                       sound and video input/output, video/computer transfers, use of
                                                                       scanners and CD Rom devices. Comp Sys Support:
                                                                       Demonstrated skills to support IT users in a distributed networked
                                                                       environment. 2. Demonstrated high level expertise in designing,
                                                                       setting up and maintaining file servers and computing systems
                                                                       running a diverse range of operating systems and software. Prog.:
                                                                       Demonstrated programming skills in 3GL and 4GL. (This may
                                                                       involve a practical test). 2. Demonstrated skills in systems analysis
                                                                       and design. (This may involve a practical test). RDU:
                                                                       Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing relational
                                                                       databases (such as MS Access). 2. Some knowledge of and/or
                                                                       some experience with supplying webpages with content from
                                                                       relational databases. 3. Some demonstrated capacity to program in
                                                                       Visual Basic, Delphi or similar language. 4. Demonstrated technical
                                                                       competence in maintaining IBM compatible hardware and software.
Excellent proof-reading skills, a total commitment to accuracy and
attention to detail.




Demonstrated ability in budgeting and financial tracking.              Ability to perform large and complex financial management and             Demonstrated excellent planning, analytical and organisational skills IRF: Demonstrated practical understanding of budget development and
                                                                       accounting tasks, including preparation and analysis of financial data,   and ability to manage the operation of the financial systems of a     analysis and financial reporting. Manager: Demonstrated experience in
                                                                       production of reports and recommendations, interpretation and             residence. 2. Demonstrated experience in effective management of budget management.
                                                                       application of legislation.                                               financial resources, including working within an allocated budget.
                                                                                                                                                 Accountant: Demonstrated practical understanding and knowledge
                                                                                                                                                 of current accounting standards. 2. Demonstrated strong practical
                                                                                                                                                 understanding of and experience in general accounting principles
                                                                                                                                                 and concepts, financial accounting and presentation of financial
                                                                                                                                                 statements. 3. Demonstrated proven hands-on experience in the
                                                                                                                                                 operation of a computerised accounting system. 4. Demonstrated
                                                                                                                                                 experience in the use of PC based financial modelling tools and
                                                                                                                                                 techniques including the use of spreadsheets and databases.



Demonstrated ability to exercise independence, initiative and          Technical: Demonstrated ability to exercise independence, initiative Demonstrated high level of initiative and excellent project                   IRF: Excellent self-management skills with an ability to apply a high level of
judgement. School Office Manager: 1) Demonstrated ability to be        and judgement, and to work under minimal direct supervision.         management skills.                                                            initiative and judgement. Manager: Demonstrated high degree of motivation,
proactive, flexible and apply initiative and judgement. 2)                                                                                                                                                                flexibility and initiative. Snr P.O. Excellent self-management skills with an
Demonstrated ability to exercise initiative and judgement in a diverse                                                                                                                                                    ability to operate with a strategic focus and apply a high level of initiative and
range of problem solving situations, including routine and unusual                                                                                                                                                        judgement.
circumstances and in an environment with multiple and conflicting
priorities.

Demonstrated ability to work independently and within a team           IRF/Technical: Demonstrated ability to work both                          Finance: Demonstrated ability to manage and work effectively with        IRF: Demonstrated leadership skills and the professional capability to
environment. School Office Manager: 1) Demonstrated ability to         individually/independently and within a team. SIMERR:                     a team of people to achieve planned goals and objectives.                supervise, lead and develop staff. Business Analyst: Proven ability to lead
work effectively as part of a team working in an office environment    Demonstrated ability to provide effective leadership across a broad       Business Analyst: Proven ability to lead and work in a team.             and work in a team.
with the ability to work independetly.                                 range of functional areas. International Off: Proven excellent team       Comp Sys Support: Proven experience in managing staff and
                                                                       leadership and/or supervisory skills. Business Analyst:                   teams of technical specialists.
                                                                       Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team or on own initiative.
                                                                       Web Programmer: Ability to work as part of a professional team
                                                                       and to work with a wide range of personnel in a client focused
                                                                       organisation. Comp Sys Support: Demonstrated ability to work in a
                                                                       team, supervise and take part in projects contributing to the overall
                                                                       goals of the group as well as the ability to work independently.




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Ability to prioritise work and meet deadlines. School Office               IT: 1. Demonstrated ability to prioritise work and meet deadlines. Demonstrated high level planning and organisational skills. 2.         IRF: 1) Proven experience in planning, coordination and problem solving in
Manager: 1) Demonstrated ability to prioritise, work independently        IRF: Ability to meet milestone and reporting requirements of          Demonstrated high level organisational skills with the capacity to   relation to large-scale research projects. 2) Excellent self-management skills
and take initiative. Library: A demonstrated ability to use initiative,   research contracts. SIMERR: Demonstrated high level planning and think and plan strategically.                                             Manager: Demonstrated excellent organisational skills. Snr P.O. Excellent
work independently and to organise own work schedule. 2.                  organisational skills. INTERN: Demonstrated high level ability to set                                                                      self-management skills with an ability to operate with a strategic focus and
Demonstrated ability to complete multiple tasks within specified          priorities and cope with competing deadlines. 2. Demonstrated                                                                              apply a high level of initiative and judgement.
deadlines.                                                                experience in maintaining official records. Bus Analyst:
                                                                          Demonstrated superior organisational skills and to meet tight
                                                                          deadlines. Web Programmer: Demonstrated ability to plan project
                                                                          workflows, meet deadlines and work with limited supervision.


A demonstrated commitment to excellence in service delivery.                                                                                    Strong user orientation, with demonstrated experience and            Experience in the provision of high quality client-focussed services.
                                                                                                                                                understanding and responding to client needs.




Demonstrated ability to work under pressure and to maintain strict        Demonstrated ability to maintain strict confidentiality.              Demonstrated ability to maintain strict confidentiality.
confidentiality in a sensitive area.


Ability to work outside normal working hours.

Awareness of OH&S, risk management, quality assurance and EEO             Awareness of OH&S, risk management, quality assurance and EEO         Awareness of OH&S, risk management, quality assurance and EEO Demonstrated understanding and commitment to OH&S, risk management,
principles as they relate to this position. Technical: Awareness of       principles as they relate to this position. Technical: Demonstrated   principles as they relate to this position. Technical: Demontrated quality assurance and EEO principles as they relate to this position.
EEO, risk management and quality assurance principles, and                competence in OH&S, risk assessment and risk management               high level competence in OH&S, risk assessment and risk
demonstrated understanding of OH&S principles as they relate to this      principles. 2. Demonstrated understanding of EEO and Quality          management principles. 2. Demonstrated understanding of EEO
position.                                                                 Assurance principles as they relate to this position..                and Quality Assurance principles as they relate to this position.




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                                          HEO9                                                                              HEO10
Under broad to open direction                                                                 Under open direction…




IT: 1. In conjunction with Project Stakeholders ensure the project is successful in
satisfying the University's/Project's strategies, business vision and process objectives.
IT: 2. Identify and document project deliverables, priorities and methodology;
communicate and promote objectives and deliverables to the University and
stakeholders. IT: 3. Provide professional expertise and management of a large
Unit/Project and/or which has a University-wide impact. IRF: 1) Provide professional
research management to the Institute. 2) Conceptualise, develop and implement
strategies to maximise the success rate in obtaining external research income, including
strategies for the support of postgraduate research. 3) Conceptualise, develop and
review IRF strategic research activities. Project Manager - IT: 1) Develop a project
plan in consultation with Project Sponsor and Project Director. 2) Project Team
coordination and scheduling. 3) Project budget control and administration. 4) Review
and/or prepare project deliverables and design decisions and ensure outputs satisfy
functional and non-functional specifications.


 5) Manage Project budget. 6) Monitor and report on Project progress to Project
Steering Committee, Project Sponsor and Project Director. 7) Identify, manage and
report on project risk; develop programs to minimise project risk. 8) Initiate, develop and
implement Project quality assurance policies and practices and ensure that the project
implementation meets quality benchmarks. 9) Responsible for developing and
implementing an education and training program for users across the University. 10)
Facilitate technical and user sign-off on key project deliverables, including software
acceptance testing in accordance with University and Auditor General's Office
requirements.




                                                                                              Be responsible and accountable for providing strategic technical
                                                                                              leadership to ITD and to senior University management that supports
                                                                                              and enhances the University's goals. 2. Be responsible and
                                                                                              accountable for conceptualising, planning, developing and reviewing
                                                                                              University ICT strategies, policies, standards guidelines so that
                                                                                              maximum leverage is obtained from current and emerging
                                                                                              technologies. 3. Make significant high level ICT input into all
                                                                                              University strategic and operational plans. 4. Be responsible and
                                                                                              accountable for high level research and evaluation of appropriate and
                                                                                              relevant current and emerging technologies in the context of the
                                                                                              whole of the University, its risk profile and its strategic plans. 5.
                                                                                              Keep current an extensive knowledge of ICT issues, trends and
                                                                                              innovations. Maintain relevant industry skills and knowledge and
                                                                                              develop new skills as necessary. 6. Provide mentorship to
                                                                                              technology specialists and foster a team environment that
                                                                                              encourages open communications, goal achievement and job
                                                                                              satisfaction.




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Develop a project plan in consultation with Project Sponsor and Project Director. Sen
P.O.: 1. Maintain a broad awareness of significant internal issues, and issues of interest
or trends within the tertiary sector, government, industry and the community. 2. Provide
timely and effective advice on issues affecting the University and/or the tertiary sector to
"Senior Executive". 3. Investigate issues and summarise information for briefings or
draft strategic responses with implications of alternative actions. 4. Represent the
University at a senior level in dealing with public and private sector enterprises and
developing strategic networks and contacts which will have long term benefit to the
University. 5. Conceptualise, develop and implement major new projects/initiatives in
consultation with "Senior Executive", working closely with executive staff or working
parties. 6. Be responsible for the facilitation/project management of a range of initiatives
developed out of the office of the "Senior Executive of University".




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 7. In conjunction with the "Senior Exec of UNE" to develop an overarching management
framework for the "Division" and other administrative areas covering quality assurance,
risk management, business continuity and audit requirements. 8. Research, coordinate
and/or draft submissions to various external organisations ensuring correct protocol and
requirements for submissions are followed. 9. Research and draft speeches, briefing
papers, articles, reports, presentations, non-routine correspondence, internal policies
and other material and assist with reviews as required.




IT: 1) Conceptualise and plan strategic developments 2) Take overall responsibility for        Provide the strategic vision for the XXX unit and contribute to the
strategic and operational planning of the group/project. 3) Develop Project Plan in            achievement of the University's Strategic Plan... IT: 1) Provide
consultation with stakeholders. 4) Be responsible for Project Team coordination and            high level professional advice and recommendations to Senior
scheduling. 5) Be responsible for and manage Project budget and administration. 6)             Executive of the University. 2) Conceptualise, develop and manage
Provide professional leadership and high-level support to managers.7) Provide timely           the implementation of policies and processes in accordance with
and effective advice on issues affecting the University as a whole and/or tertiary sector to   University strategic objectives and/or requirements.
the Senior Management of the University. 8) Represent the University at a senior level.
9) Develop strategic networks and contacts. Manager: Provide professional leadership
and expertise in "?" management. Conceptualise and plan strategic developments and
innovations to the "?" at the University, in particular to the formulation of policy and
procedures, system development. 2. Manage and provide professional leadership
across the breadth of the areas and ensure the strategic and operational objectives of
the unit, its budget responsibilities and the professional development needs of its staff
are met.




3. Coordinate the various functions of the "Unit" so that the areas are working in an
integrated fashion towards same objectives. 4. Identify and manage priorities and
implement initiatives which have a significant impact on the strategic management of "?"
issues. Manage significant projects designed to develop quality assurance processes
and meet efficiency targets in the "?" Unit. 5. Develop communication strategies to
ensure staff are advised on significant issues, trends, policies and processes. 6. Apply
professional knowledge and skills to develop ways of adapting the University's "?"
policies and procedures to meet changing demands, provide specialist advice and
assistance to senior management that support the University's goals and objectives on
"?". This includes working closely with senior managers to facilitate strategic
organisational change initiatives. 7. Provide management-level advice on "?". 8.
Identify, develop and promote linkages with, and advice to, committees, specialist
working parties and the Senior Executive as appropriate. BPI/IT: Conceptualise,
develop and




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implement policies and procedures.




IRF: Prepare research papers for publication and conference papers for presentation         1. Identify and actively pursue opportunities for Directorate to obtain
and publication.                                                                            funding, grants and collaboration from external sources, including
                                                                                            making the necessary applications. 2. Be responsible and
                                                                                            accountable for developing collaboration and/or partnerships with key
                                                                                            stakeholders within the University and with external organisations.
                                                                                            Identify and pursue funding opportunities.




Finance: 1) Responsible for the coordination and preparation of the annual financial
statements and required returns in a timely manner and in accordance with the relevant
legislation and accounting standards. 2) Ensure the University's compliance with relevant
accounting standards, accounting concepts and University accounting policy as required
under applicable legislation. 3) Provide high level advice to senior management on
issues such as business performance, budget variances analysis, and assessment of
financial plans, business plans and entrepreneurial policy. 4) Coordinate the assembly
and monitoring of the University's budget with cost centre heads and executive and
oversee the development and maintenance of the University's forecasting and budget
models.




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BPI/IT: 1) Develop communication strategies to ensure staff are advised on significant   Be responsible and accountable for developing collaboration and/or
issues, trends, policies and processes. 2) Communicate and implement a clear vision      partnerships with key stakeholders within the University and with
for the group/project. Project Manager IT: 1) Responsible for ensuring that project      external organisations. Identify and pursue funding opportunities.
documentation is prepared and collated to University, audit and industry standards. 2)
Liaise with stakeholders/relevant University personnel and external organisations
regarding necessary staff resources and technical issues.




BPI/IT: Keep current an extensive knowledge of IT issues, trends and innovations.
Maintain relevant industry skills and knowledge and develop new skills as necessary.




BPI/IT: Apply professional knowledge and skills; provide specialist advice and
assistance to senior management that support the strategic goals and objectives of the
University




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BPI/IT: 1) Manage and provide professional leadership across the breadth of areas of          IT: Manage large and complex projects. Manage large and complex
the Unit and ensure the strategic and operational objectives of the Unit, its budget          projects and /or provide high level technical direction to such
responsibilities and the professional development needs of its staff are met. 2) Manage       projects. 2. Be responsible and accountable for relevant budgets
large and complex projects. 3) Manage significant projects, that may involve outside          and exercise fiscal control.
bodies, and which will have a significant impact on the University. IRF: 1) Develop
complex project plans, including detailed budgetary plans. Identify, manage and report
on projects risk: develop programs to minimise project risk. 2) Manage all aspects of
project(s), including collaboration with research partners, monitoring the overall progress
of the project, and ensuring high-level documentation and reporting meets Institute, audit
and Industry standards.




IT: Conceptualise, develop and implement policies and procedures. Finance: Develop Be responsible and accountable for conceptualising, planning,
and maintain the University's accounting policy and procedures, taking into account developing and reviewing University ICT strategies, policies,
changing legislation, standards and structure.                                      standards and guidelines so that maximum leverage is obtained from
                                                                                    relevant current and emerging technologies.




IRF: Develop complex project plans, including detailed budgetary plans. Manager:              Be responsible and accountable for relevant budgets and exercise
Ensure the "Unit's" budget responsibilities are met.                                          fiscal control.




IRF: Schedule priorities across projects and manage project teams. Finance:                 Where applicable be responsible for matters relating to staffing
Responsible for providing direction and overall supervision to staff in achieving the goals including management of performance, staff development,
and objectives of the Unit. Manager: Manage and provide professional leadership             recruitment, discipline.
across the breadth of areas which make up the "Unit", ensure the strategic and
operational objectives of the "Unit" , its budget responsibilities and the professional
needs of its staff are met.




Be responsible for ensuring the University's policies, procedures and commitment to           Be responsible for ensuring the University's policies, procedures and
equal opportunity, risk management, occupational health and safety and quality                commitment to equal opportunity, risk management, occupational
assurance are implemented, and adhered to in this [Department/Centre/Directorate]             health and safety and quality assurance are implemented, and
                                                                                              adhered to in this [Department/Centre/Directorate]




Postgraduate qualifications and extensive relevant experience; or extensive                   1) Proven expertise in the management of significant human and
management experience and management expertise/substantial technical expertise; or            material resources; in addition to, in some areas, postgraduate
an equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or education/training. Finance:          qualifications and extensive relevant experience; or an equivalent
Completion of a recognised accounting degree with ACA/CPA membership and                      combination of relevant experience and/or education/training. 2)
extensive relevant experience, or extensive management expertise and extensive                Demonstrated experience and expertise in the management of
management experience, or an equivalent alternate combination of relevant knowledge,          significant resources in a technical environment; or completion of
training and/or experience.                                                                   relevant postgraduate qualifications and extensive relevant
                                                                                              experience; or an equivalent alternative combination of relevant
                                                                                              knowledge, training and/or experience. 3) Library: University
                                                                                              degree, or equivalent qualifications and eligibility for professional
                                                                                              membership of the Australian Library Information Association.
                                                                                              Principal ITO: Demonstrated extensive high level experience and
                                                                                              expertise in the management of significant resources in a relevant
                                                                                              technical environment; or completion of relevant postgraduate
                                                                                              qualifications and extensive relevant high level experience; or an
                                                                                              equivalent alternative combination of relevant knowledge training
                                                                                              and/or experience.




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IRF: Demonstrated significant experience in managing multiple projects and of the              1) Demonstrated specialist knowledge and professional expertise,
associate planning processes. Snr P.O.: Demonstrated knowledge of university                   including contemporary issues and policies at a professional level. 2.
operations and the higher education system and culture, including relevant political           Thorough knowledge and understanding of current ICT industry
awareness. Manager: Extensive experience with and knowledge of the full range of               trends and demonstrated ability to integrate relevant technologies
administrative operations and functions, including the appropriate application of              into an organisation's critical business processes in a planned, cost
"System".                                                                                      effective and timely manner.




IT: 1) Proven management experience in the areas of human resources, finance,                  1. Outstanding strategic management ability with the capacity to
strategic and operational planning and policy development. 2) Substantial experience in        think strategically and communicate a vision for the unit IT: 2.
undertaking and managing major projects to their successful completion. 3) Proven              Proven experience in managing all levels of staff and in leading a
experience in managing a team of technical specialists. IRF: 1) Demonstrated                   team of technical specialists. IT: 3. Clear evidence of staff
significant experience in managing multiple projects and of the associate planning             leadership and team building skills, with demonstrated experience
processes. 2) Proven Project Management expertise. Snr P.O.: Demonstrated                      and the ability to lead and manage in a complex environment.
experience in managing projects from conceptualisation, initiation to completion with a        Principal ITO: Substantial experience in undertaking and managing
record of tangible outcomes. 2. Proven project management expertise. Manager:                  major projects to their successful completion. 2. Proven experience
Experience in leading, managing and coordinating a broad range of human resource               in the areas of finance, strategic and operational planning and policy
functions in line with strategic objectives.                                                   development at a management level. Library: Extensive relevant
                                                                                               management expertise and experience at a senior level, with special
                                                                                               regard to policy development, budget formulation and project
                                                                                               management, preferably in an academic or research library. 2.
                                                                                               Demonstrated expertise in implementing change.


Demonstrated ability to research, analyse and interpret proposals and legislative
requirements including dissemination of information and preparation of proposals and
responses. 2. Demonstrated ability to write quickly, succinctly and cogently.




1) Demonstrated ability to analyse, review and take appropriate action on complex              1) Demonstrated ability to analyse, review and take appropriate
technological issues. 2) Demonstrated problem solving and analytical skills of a very          action on complex technological issues. 2)Demonstrated high level
high order. Snr P.O.: Demonstrated ability to research, analyse and interpret proposals        analytical and research skills, as well as experience and skills in
and legislative requirements including dissemination of information and preparation of         policy development and writing. Principal ITO: Demonstrated ability
proposals and responses. Manager: Demonstrated high level analytical and diagnostic            to analyse, impartially evaluate and judge, within a whole of
skills and the capacity to think strategically.                                                organisation context, complex technological issues that have a major
                                                                                               impact on the organisation's business.




1) Demonstrated excellent communication skills, including high level executive                 IT: 1) Well developed communication, presentation and writing skills
communication, technical and professional communication, and effective communication           relevant to technical and technology issues. 2) Demonstrated
with clients at all levels. 2) Well developed communication, presentation and writing skills   excellent written and oral communication skills, along with high level
relevant to technical and technology issues. IRF: 1) Outstanding written and oral              expertise in negotiation. Principal ITO: Demonstrated excellent client
communication skills including the ability to write publications and executive level           relations skills with experience in clearly and concisely
reports. 2) Outstanding interpersonal skills, including demonstrated abilities in              communicating complex technical issues to clients and, negotiating
consultation, negotiation and interaction with staff and senior people within the Industry.    significant organisation-wide agreements at senior level. 2.
Finance: Demonstrated ability to effectively liaise with all levels of management with a       Demonstrated high level communication skills (verbal, presentation
high level of both written and oral communication skills. Project Manager IT: Must             and written) in both non-technical and technical areas.
possess and demonstrate exemplary interpersonal and human resource management
skills. Snr P.O.: 1. Demonstrated ability to write quickly, succinctly and cogently. 2.
Outstanding communication, organisational and interpersonal skills, including
demonstrated abilities in consultation, negotiation and interaction with staff and senior




people in the private and public sector. Manager: Excellent interpersonal skills, with the
demonstrated capacity to effectively work cooperatively and in partnership with diverse
groups and to sensitively balance the requirements of each of these groups. 2.
Demonstrated high level written and oral communication skills, including excellence in
developing written documentation, and the ability to liaise at all levels. 3. High level
consultative, negotiation and conflict resolution skills.




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1) Demonstrated excellent skills and extensive relevant experience in systems analysis      IT: 1) Thorough knowledge and understanding of current IT industry
and design.2) Thorough knowledge and understanding of current IT industry trends and        trends and demonstrated active participation in remaining abreast of
demonstrated active participation in remaining abreast of current applicable technologies   current applicable technologies and initiatives. 2) Familiarity with
and initiatives. Snr P.O.: Strong computer literacy and keyboards skills.                   other information technology areas including a vision of how they
                                                                                            need to work together to deliver complete IT solutions to clients.
                                                                                            Principal ITO: Proven experience in successfully providing high
                                                                                            level technical leadership and mentoring to technical specialists, both
                                                                                            individually and in a team environment.




IRF: Demonstrated experience in budget development, analysis and financial reporting.




IRF: Excellent self-management skills with an ability to plan strategically and apply a
high level of initiative and judgement.




IRF: Demonstrated high leadership skills, people management and team building skills. Principal ITO: Proven experience in successfully providing high
Finance: Demonstrated experience in managing a team of people to achieve planned        level technical leadership and mentoring to technical specialists, both
goals and objectives. Manager: Demonstrated high level organisational skills, including individually and in a team environment.
demonstrated success in team-based management.




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IT: Proven ability to manage high workloads and multiple deadlines in an environment     IT: 1) Substantial experience in undertaking and managing major
with conflicting priorities and periods of high stress. IRF: Excellent self-management   projects to their successful completion.2) Demonstrated high-level
skills. Manager: Demonstrated high level organisational skills, including demonstrated   organisational and project management skills, with the proven ability
success in team-based management.                                                        to manage high workloads and meet multiple deadlines in an
                                                                                         environment with conflicting priorities.




Experience in the provision of high-quality client-focussed services.




Demonstrated understanding and commitment to OH&S, risk management, quality              Demonstrated understanding and commitment to OH&S, risk
assurance and EEO principles as they relate to this position.                            management, quality assurance and EEO principles as they relate to
                                                                                         this position.




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