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									             ACT Government Staff Bulletin
                        PREPARED AND PRODUCED BY PUBLISHING SERVICES

                                                                                         No 26- 09, 2 July 2009
                                                                                                  (PS 09/0846)

                                            Contents
Employment Information
   Vacancies
   Appointments
   Transfers
   Promotions
   Eligibility to apply for advertised vacancies
   ACT Public Service Index of Addresses
   Arrangements for Publication of ACTPS Employment Notices in the
    ACT Gazette
   Contact Officers for Employment Notices

Learning and Development Notices

Advertising Notices

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NOTE: Learning and Development and General Advertising now appear after
the Employment notices.

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applicants will be notified in all formats of the ACT Government Gazette and Staff Bulletin.
                                ACT PUBLIC SERVICE
                                          VACANCIES
                                               ACT HEALTH

Applicants should note that Duty Statements, Selection Criteria and Application Packages including Referee
proformas are available on the Departments website at http://www.health.act.gov.au/c/health

SALARY PACKAGING
For employees in most ACT Health positions, salary packaging with fringe benefits tax-free threshold up to
$9095 is available. Employees can also package beyond the FBT-free threshold up to 75% of gross salary
on non-FBT items.

Policy Division
Health Policy and Reform
Policy Unit Manager
Senior Officer Grade B $96,618-$108,766 Canberra (PN: 15846)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
Are you looking for a chance to work in a dynamic health policy area? This could be the opportunity you have
been looking for.
A newly configured Policy Unit is being established within the Policy Division of ACT Health. Formerly part of
the Community and Primary Health Care Policy Unit, the Community Health Policy Unit is being established
as a stand-alone Unit and needs a permanent full-time Manager.
This position provides leadership to a small team who have responsibility for negotiating and developing the
ACT component of national, whole-of-ACT-Government and health-sector-wide policies mainly in the areas
of community-based child, youth and women’s health, refugee/multicultural health and pastoral care. This is
done in consultation with other areas of specialist/clinical knowledge, other ACT Health areas, non-
government organisations, peak bodies, peer groups and consumers.
This Unit also manages a number of Service Funding Agreements with the non-government sector to enable
the provision of community-based health related services in the areas of child, youth and women’s health and
health consumers.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Qualifications and/or experience in human services are desirable.
Contact Officer: Ross O'Donoughue (02) 6205 0568
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Aged Care and Rehabilitation Service
Community Based Services
Rehabilitation
Manager Clinical Technology
Health Professional Level 5 $96,618-$108,766 Canberra (PN: 29701)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
Aged Care and Rehabilitation Services have an exciting opportunity available to manage the Clinical
Technology Service in ACRS. This incorporates Prosthetics and Orthotics, Rehabilitation Engineering plus
Specialised Wheelchairs and Postural Seating services.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Mandatory qualifications are prescribed under the management standards for
entry to the health professional officer classification. Post graduate management qualifications are highly
desirable.
Note: This is a part-time position at 22:05 hours per week. Days to be worked are negotiable.
Contact Officer: Michael Keen (02) 6244 3618
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Office of the Deputy Chief Executive
Clinical Operations
Access Improvement Program
Project Manager
Senior Officer Grade C $81,772-$88,168 Canberra (PN: 17494)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
Innovation and Redesign, Access Improvement Program (AIP) is an ACT Health funded, system wide
initiative, aimed at improving acute care access and patient flows throughout the system.
We require a dynamic, capable team player with data tracking and business process redesign experience to
provide project management for identified projects within the AIP.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Experience with various change methodologies data collection techniques
pertaining to the health sector. Knowledge of ACT Health and its facilities.
Note: This is a temporary full-time vacancy available from July 2009 to June 2011. Please ensure you submit
a completed application, addressing the selection criteria, your CV and two recent referee reports as
selection may be based on application only.
Contact Officer: Bernadette Brady (02) 6207 1539 or 0418 657 037
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Community Health
Child Youth and Women's Health Program
Women's Health Service Women's Health Service
Counsellor
Health Professional Level 3 $70,774-$74,676 (up to $78,474 upon achieving personal upgrade) Canberra
(PN: 24119)
Closing Date: 23 July 2009
The ACT Women’s HealthService is a multi-disciplinary service within ACT Health that provides a range of
medical, nursing and counselling services to the women of the ACT. These include specialised counselling
for women affected by violence who present with a range of trauma-related symptoms and short-term
counselling for women with a range of issues, including mild to moderate depression.
The ACT Women’s Health Service is seeking applications for the position of counsellor. This position will
provide counselling services to women in the ACT community and will include intake and group work, health
promotion and education.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Appropriate Degree in Social Work/Psychology or relevant and equivalent
qualification. Current unconditional ACT registration where applicable and/or eligibility for membership with
the appropriate organisation. Current driver’s licence.
Note: This is a permanent part-time position at 32 hours per week.
Contact Officer: Deborah Colliver (02) 6205 1078
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Community Health
Alcohol and Drug Program
Opioid Treatment Services
Case Manager / Counsellor
Health Professional Level 3 $70,774-$74,676 (up to $78,474 upon achieving a personal upgrade) Canberra
(PN: 28423)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
Applications are sought from allied health professionals with comprehensive and demonstrated experience in
the provision of complex assessments, counselling, case management and coordination, group therapy
services, and the ability to develop links with primary stakeholders including families. The Alcohol and Drug
Program is a multidisciplinary service within ACT Community Health. It provides a range of specialised
services for persons affected by alcohol and other drug use. The successful applicant will work within a multi-
skilled team of health professionals to provide a range of psycho-social interventions and services to the
community. The successful applicant will be required to have recent demonstrated experience, skills and
knowledge of alcohol and other drug issues; group work skills; and an ability to work, flexibly, within a
multidisciplinary team.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: A tertiary degree in either: Social Work with eligibility for membership of the
Australian Association of Social Workers. Psychology with unconditional registration with the Australian
Psychological Society or Health related undergraduate degree with postgraduate diploma in counselling or a
related discipline. A current driver's licence.
Contact Officer: Wendy Woodman or Sally Billington (02) 6205 2131
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Mental Health ACT
Older Persons Mental Health and Rehabilitation
Older Persons Mental Health
Health Professional
Health Professional Level 3 $70,774-$74,676 (up to $78,474 on achieving a personal upgrade) Canberra
(PN: 17591)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
Mental Health ACT is a contemporary evidence based service providing high quality mental health care that
is guided by principles of Recovery. The service aims to provide collaborative care involving the consumer,
their carers and other key services. At this level it is expected that you will provide high quality interventions
and achieve sound outcomes for consumers under minimal supervision. It is also an expectation that you will
contribute your expertise to the multidisciplinary team, provide supervision to staff at Levels HP 2 and 1 and
support the Team Leader in change processes. You will be required to undertake quality initiatives to
promote service delivery at a standard of best practice.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Tertiary qualifications or equivalent in Psychology, Social Work or
Occupational Therapy with current unconditional ACT registration where applicable and/or eligibility for
membership of the appropriate professional organisation. Applicants must have a minimum of 12 months
paid work experience in a related/relevant organisation/service. Current driver’s licence.
Contact Officer: Simon Donnan (02) 6205 1957
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Community Health
Alcohol and Drug Program
Nursing Services Team
Alcohol and Drug Program Nurse
Registered Nurse Level 2 $69,614-$73,919 Canberra (PN: 28464)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
Applications are invited from suitably experienced Registered Nurses interested in a permanent level 2
position in the Alcohol and Drug Program. The current vacancy sits within the Opioid Treatment Service.
However the successful applicant will have the opportunity to work across all areas of the program. This is a
full time position and requires the successful applicant to demonstrate skills and knowledge of alcohol and
other drug issues, excellent communication skills and an ability to work, flexibly, within a multidisciplinary
team. ADP has a comprehensive orientation program available to support area specific training needs.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Registered or eligible for registration with the ACT Nursing and Midwifery
Board. Current driver’s licence.
Contact Officer: Wendy Woodman (02) 6205 2131
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601
Aged Care and Rehabilitation Service
Hospital Based Services
Administration
Deteriorating Aged at Risk Service Nurse
Registered Nurse Level 2 $69,614-$73,919 Canberra (PN: 17535)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
The Aged Care and Rehabilitation Service is seeking to expand the successful Rapid Assessment for the
Deteriorating Aged at Risk Service. This challenging and rewarding service provides an appropriate level of
response for clients in the community where General Practitioners require short term assistance with medical
management for complex older patients, in order to prevent hospital admission. The additional team
members are expected to work within the current multidisciplinary team model and maintain the core values
of excellence, integrity, collaboration and care at all times. Applicants would benefit from having current
experience and a high level of competence in aged care.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Registered or eligible for registration with the ACT Nursing and Midwifery
Board. Experience in working with the aged care client group in the acute and community settings is
desirable. Dementia specific experience would be an advantage.
Contact Officer: Stella Dohle 0403 445 236
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Community Health
Child,Youth and Women's Health
Management and Administration
Child Protection Training Officer
Registered Nurse Level 2 $69,614-$73,919 Canberra (PN: 22643, expected vacancy)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
An exciting opportunity exists for a Registered Nurse to undertake the role of Child Protection Training
Officer based in ACT Health, 1 Moore St, Canberra City. The Child Protection Training Officer utilises broad
nursing skills and background to deliver training programs collaboratively with all health providers to support
understanding and compliance with the ACT Child Protection Policy.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Registered or eligible to register with the ACT Nursing and Midwifery Board.
Current driver’s license.
Note: This position is initially available as a temporary vacancy for the period 20 July 2009 to 27 November
2009 with the possibility of permanent filling from this process. This is a part-time position at 32 hours per
week.
Contact Officer: Maureen Scott (02) 6205 1312
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Population Health
Population Health Executive Office
Policy and Programs
Policy Officer
Administrative Services Officer Class 5 $59,800-$63,409 Canberra (PN: 03758)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
This position is part of a small team working directly with the Chief Health Officer on a range of complex
population health issues, including: gene technology; sexual health; blood products; organ donation; and
health research. You will be involved in an interesting mix of administrative and policy development support
activities.
Note: This is a part-time position at 20 hours per week.
Contact Officer: Daniel Coase (02) 6205 1011
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601
Business and Infrastructure Support
Business Support Services
Mitchell Sterilising
Assistant Manager
Administrative Services Officer Class 5 $59,800-$63,409 Canberra (PN: 29392, 29388)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
A rewarding opportunity exists for an individual who is passionate about contributing to the health system.
This position at Sterilising Services has a direct impact on insuring high-level patient care. The successful
applicant will possess excellent people liaison skills with the ability to develop a harmony within a multi-
functional operational team. Overseeing the day-to-day operations, including human resource management
and staff rostering of production areas across four sites in accordance with each area’s needs, relevant
policies and procedures. Ensure compliance with relevant standards and the Quality Management System.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Sterilisation Services Certificate III is desirable.
Contact Officer: Kavitha Kugathas (02) 6213 3295 Ruth.Davis@act.gov.au
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Population Health
Health Protection Service
Environmental Health Management
Public Health Officer
Health Professional Level 2 $49,557-$68,740 Canberra (PN: 29632)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
This position is within the Environmental Health Operation group of ACT Health. The successful applicant will
work as part of a team providing general environmental health roles including food surveillance, general
environmental investigations including recreational water assessments management and community contact.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Applicants with a Degree in Environmental Health are eligible to apply and
experience in general public and environmental health practice will be of advantage. Driver’s licence.
Note: Selection may be made from application, referee reports, interview or any combination of these.
Recent graduates are invited to apply and may be appointed as a Health Professional Officer Level 1
depending upon experience post graduation.
Contact Officer: Brian Jones (02) 6205 1713 brian.jones@act.gov.au
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Corporate Services
Human Resource Management
Staff Development
Refresher Program
Enrolled Nurse Level 1 $44,678-$47,889 Canberra (PN: 03226, several)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
Are you an Enrolled Nurse who has not practiced in the clinical environment for up to 10 years? Would you
be interested in returning to a nursing environment?
The ACT Health Enrolled Nurse Refresher Program accredited with the ACT Nursing and Midwifery Board
offers an opportunity for you to be paid while you update your nursing knowledge and clinical skills in a
supportive program designed to facilitate your return to work.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Registered or eligible for registration as an Enrolled Nurse with the ACT
Nursing and Midwifery Board.
Note: Temporary vacancies available from the 31 August 09 to 20 November 09. Positions can be filled part-
time or full time.
Contact Officer: Refresher Program Coordinator (02) 6205 0231 or ACT Health Staff Development Unit (02)
6244 2258
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601
Mental Health ACT
Older Persons Mental Health and Rehabilitation
Older Persons Mental Health
Mental Health Nurse
Enrolled Nurse Level 1 $44,678-$47,889 Canberra (PN: 17590)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
Mental Health ACT is a contemporary evidence based service providing high quality mental health care that
is guided by principles of Recovery. The service aims to provide collaborative care involving the consumer,
their carers and other key services. At this level it is expected that you will assist in providing high quality
intervention and achieve sound outcomes for consumers with support and assistance from the
multidisciplinary team. You will be required to undertake quality initiatives to promote service delivery at a
standard of best practice.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Registered or eligible for registration as an Enrolled Nurse with the ACT
Nursing and Midwifery Board. Current driver’s licence.
Contact Officer: Simon Donnan (02) 6205 1957
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Aged Care and Rehabilitation Service
Community Based Services
Rehabilitation
Driver/Equipment Services
Health Service Officer Level 3 $38,397-$39,776 Canberra (PN: 16627)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
Equipment Loan Service has an immediate vacancy for a HSO3 officer to work Saturday and Sunday from
8am to 12 noon. This position is required to assist with the cleaning of returned equipment, the delivery and
collection of equipment to client homes in the ACT Community.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Current driver's licence. The ability to operate a delivery van service.
Note: This is a part-time position at 8 hours per week.
Contact Officer: Cheryl Spence (02) 6205 2603
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

THE CANBERRA HOSPITAL

VALUES
The Canberra Hospital values the following in its staff, its business and its relationships:
Caring – for our patients, for each other and for the community.
Achieving – recognition for our successes and value for the community’s investment, government budget
and other objectives.
Learning – from others and sharing our knowledge with others, to be part of a relevantly skilled and
committed team, to be flexible and adaptable.
Leading – by example, by motivating others, by communicating with others.
Linking – internally and externally to form partnerships and integration to maximise patient care.

The Canberra Hospital encourages people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to
apply.
Pathology Services
Anatomical Pathology
Health Professional
Health Professional Level 2 $49,557-$68,740 Canberra (PN: 20519)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
Perform established routine histology procedures including microtomy, staining, embedding, frozen sections
and assist at cut up. Assist in training and supervision of other staff. Provide leadership and excellent
customer service.
Eligibility/other requirements: Relevant TAFE certificate or degree.
Contact Officer: Mary Abbey (02) 6244 2874
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Pathology Services
Customer Services
Collection Centre Supervisor
Technical Officer Level 2 $47,429-$54,589 Canberra (PN: 28908)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
ACT Pathology is a department of the Canberra Hospital offering a diagnostic pathology service to the ACT
and surrounding region with the main laboratory located at Canberra Hospital and a branch laboratory
located at Calvary Hospital. The Customer Services area is responsible for all specimen collections both on
site (via the wards) and off site (through community collection centres) and domiciliary services of ACT
Pathology. The successful applicant will be responsible for: the management of a community collection
centre, ensuring efficient delivery of services and maintaining close links with the manager of collection
services for ACT Pathology.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Associate Diploma or Certificate in Medical Laboratory Science or other
approved qualification and/or at least 5 years recent experience in venepuncture is desirable. Current driver’s
licence.
Note: Applicants will be shortlisted on basis of referee reports and a written application, which should
address the selection criteria. Current curriculum vitae and written referee reports should accompany the
application. Shortlisted applicants may be required to attend a further assessment.
Contact Officer: Melinda Bower (02) 6244 2934
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Pathology Services
Customer Services
Pathology Collection
Technical Officer Level 1 $43,672-$45,879 Canberra (PN: 28268 & 28126)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
ACT Pathology is a department of the Canberra Hospital offering a diagnostic pathology service to the ACT
and surrounding region with the main laboratory located at the Canberra Hospital and a branch laboratory
located at Calvary Hospital. The Collection Services area of Customer Services is responsible for all
specimen collections both on site (via the wards) and off site (through community collection centres) and
domiciliary services of ACT Pathology. The successful applicant will be required collect a number of different
specimen types for pathology testing, from inpatients, outpatients and domiciliary patients, provide high level
customer service duties and participate in a weekend roster.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Current ACT driver’s licence.
Note: Two permanent part-time positions (PN: 28268, 25 hours per week) (PN: 28126, 27:30 hours per
week). Applicants will be shortlisted on basis of referee reports and written application, which should address
the selection criteria. Current curriculum vitae and written referee reports should accompany the application.
Shortlisted applicants may be required to attend a further assessment.
Contact Officer: Melinda Bower (02) 6244 2934
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601
Acute Support
Allied Health
Nutrition Technician
Technical Officer Level 1 $43,672-$45,879 Canberra (PN: 29774 & 20666)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
The Nutrition Department at the Canberra Hospital is seeking people who have a good eye for detail and an
interest in food and nutrition to work as Nutrition Technicians. This role supports the dieticians in provision of
Nutrition support to patients within the hospital. Duties include supporting the operation of the special diet
meal services, preparation and distribution of adult and infant formulas according to departmental guidelines,
computer data entry; patient visits with documentation, reception and other administrative duties.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Higher schools certificate or equivalent highly desirable. Possession of further
nutrition education desirable. Applicants must be able to work a variable shift work roster between 6.30am to
6.30pm over seven days of the week.
Note: PN: 29774 is a full time position and PN: 20666 is a part-time position. Permanent full time and part-
time positions are available as well as casual positions.
Contact Officer: Kim Crawley (02) 6244 2211
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Pathology Services
Customer Services
Pathology Courier
Health Service Officer Level 4 $39,707-$41,299 Canberra (PN: 16228)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
ACT Pathology is a department of the Canberra Hospital offering a diagnostic pathology service to the ACT
and surrounding region with the main laboratory located at Canberra Hospital and a branch laboratory
located at Calvary Hospital. Customer Services is a sub section of ACT Pathology, incorporating pathology
collection services and a courier service.
The successful applicant will be required to work on a variety of designated runs, transporting pathology
reports and specimens between the main and branch laboratories, doctors’ surgeries and collection centres.
A professional manner and strong emphasis on customer focussed service will be required.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: The successful applicant must hold a current driver’s licence and previous
courier experience would be an advantage.
Contact Officer: Trish Stoddard (02) 6244 3367
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Pharmacy - TCH
Pharmacy Storeperson
Health Service Officer Level 3 $38,397-$39,776 Canberra (PN: 25214)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
A full-time permanent position is available in the Pharmacy department at the Canberra Hospital for a
Pharmacy Storeperson. Duties include receipt of pharmaceutical products into the pharmacy, delivery of
pharmaceuticals throughout the hospital, packing of requisitions and clerical duties.
Note: Experience working in a pharmacy and handling pharmaceuticals and knowledge of stores procedures
is desirable.
Contact Officer: Natalie Bula (02) 6244 2118
Selection documentation may be downloaded from http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment Apply online at
http://www.health.act.gov.au/employment, preferred method, by post to Shared Services, Recruitment
Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601
                                       CALVARY HEALTH CARE ACT

Clerical
Senior Accounts Payable Clerk
Administrative Service Officer Class 4, $53,616 - $58,213, Canberra, PN 7576
Closing date: 09 July 2009
Duties: Under general direction, assist with administrative support to the Finance Department, principally in
the role of Accounts Payable, including but not limited to the following responsibilities: Assisting with
administrative support to the Finance Department - including assistance with the preparation of numerous
month end journals; downloading of bank statements and capturing data and receipting of Direct Deposits.
Distribution of several large creditor accounts for departmental approval each month, ie PICS and Corporate
Express. Responsibility of reviewing for accuracy, the Uninvoiced Receipt Reports and creditor statements,
on a monthly basis. Examine invoices for accuracy, correct coding and proper-delegated authorisation.
Process invoices on a timely and accurate basis. Prepare Cheque and EFT runs and appropriate reports on
a timely basis. Review of uninvoiced receipted purchase orders, and provide accruals of unprocessed
invoices at month end;
Note: TTY 6201 6127
Contact Officer: Margaret Muir (02) 6201 6722
Selection documentation may be obtained from www.calvary-act.com.au
Apply: 07
CC: 1301-2606

Clerical
Finance Department
Assistant Accountant
Administrative Service Officer Class 3, $48,103 - $51,916, Canberra, PN 7582
Closing date: 09 July 2009
Duties: Assist with the preparation of monthly financial statements and reconciliation of general ledger
accounts for the Public Hospital. Assist with the review and analysis of balance sheet and profit & loss
accounts and cost centres as required. Provide support to the Financial Accountant in all other areas of
financial reporting preparation review and analysis and assist with any departmental tasks as required. Apply
knowledge and skills appropriate to the finance division in accordance with approved guidelines and
established work practices. Using your financial and analytical skills gained through education and work
experience assist in the continuous process review and improvement of finance procedures and practices
within the organisation.
Note: TTY 6201 6127
Contact Officer: Geraldine Chomatek (02) 6201 6365
Selection documentation may be obtained from www.calvary-act.com.au
Apply: 07
CC: 1301-2606

Allied Health
Senior Physiotherapist
Aged Care and Rehabilitation Services
Health Professional Level 3, $70,774 - $78,474, Canberra, PN 7145
Closing date: 13 July 2009
Duties: Under minimal direction, provide a range of duties including provide optimal patient care in through a
high level of clinical expertise and experience. Provide clinical leadership and supervisory/mentoring role for
junior staff and students. Communicate effectively with all stakeholders to optimise work practice within the
clinical team. Evaluate clinical processes to ensure effective evidence-based patient care which includes
review of statistical data for the clinical area. Initiate and coordinate quality improvements, and contribute to
the achievement of business plan initiatives of the Physiotherapy Department. Actively promote the role of
physiotherapy in the clinical area.
Eligibility/other requirements: Registration with the ACT Physiotherapy Registration Board. An appropriate
Degree or Diploma in Physiotherapy (or equivalent).
Note: TTY 6201 6127
Contact Officer: Rebecca Parton (02) 6201 6194
Selection documentation may be obtained from www.calvary-act.com.au
Apply: 07
CC: 1301-2606

                                 ACT PLANNING AND LAND AUTHORITY

Development Services
Construction Policy and Regulation
Team Leader
Senior Officer Grade C $81,772-$88,168 Canberra (PN: 15275)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
The Construction Policy and Regulation Section of the Development Services Branch is seeking an energetic
team leader for the Land Regulation and Audit Team. This position will require well developed leadership
qualities in managing a small team; research, auditing and investigative capabilities; highly developed
communication skills and the ability to interpret and apply legislation relevant to the construction industry.
The role requires a professional officer who has highly developed liaison, negotiation, conflict resolution and
well developed research, analytical and writing skills. High quality customer service qualities are essential.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Eligible to be a Licensed Builder or Principal Building Surveyor under the
Construction Occupations (Licensing) Act 2004, tertiary qualifications in land management, administrative
law, urban or regional planning and/or relevant experience is desirable.
Contact Officer: Kevin Rochford (02) 6207 6515 kevin.rochford@act.gov.au
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Temporary Employment Register
Canberra (PN: Reg0709)
People who are interested in temporary employment as Administrative Service Officers, Senior Officers,
Professional Officers or Technical Officers with the ACT Planning and Land Authority are invited to submit
their resume for placement on a temporary employment register. Registers are used to select staff for
temporary, short term engagements or for special projects on either a full or part time basis. Selection of
applicants for employment will be made on the basis of merit. We would be keen to hear from you if you have
skills in the following areas: Architecture, Design, Planning, Compliance, Building, Leasing, Administration,
Surveying and Customer Services.
If you have previously applied to be on the temporary employment register, you will need to reapply. Any
offer of employment will only be made as the need arises. ACT Public Service terms and conditions will
apply to any employment. If you are interested in being placed on our Temporary Employment Register, you
should forward an application that clearly indicates the area for which you are interested in being considered.
Your application should outline relevant work experience and include the names and contact details of two
referees to substantiate your claims.
Contact Officer: Roslyn Vest (02) 6207 6287 actpla.hr@act.gov.au
All applications, including application coversheet, resume and referee report must be submitted to:
actpla.hr@act.gov.au

                                CANBERRA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Centres
Building and Environment Centre
Horticulture
Senior Teacher
Senior Teaching Post $80,207 Canberra (PN: 01229)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
Under general direction, perform educational tasks and incidental duties including organise and coordinate
project teams, arrange and service committees and undertake effective liaison with industry and the broader
community.
Provide educational leadership to encompass quality educational projects, quality educational delivery,
quality assessment and learning strategies and active contributions to Institute's strategic goals.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Degree or diploma in adult education. Five or more years of relevant
industrial/vocational/professional experience.
Note: This is a temporary position for a period of up to five years.
Contact Officer: Jane Cottee (02) 6207 8744 jane.cottee@cit.act.edu.au
Applicants should note that a Joint Selection Committee (JSC) established in accordance with the collective
agreement provisions will assess all applications for this position. Selection documentation and mandatory
application cover sheet may be downloaded from: http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via
email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to: Shared Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158 Canberra
City ACT 2601

Centres
Student Services Hub
Information, Careers and Recognition
Manager
Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583-$74,188 Canberra (PN: 17173)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
This is an exciting new opportunity to assist the Information, Careers and Recognition team to maintain and
enhance the Institute's Client Relationship Management (CRM) system. Liaise with Institute staff to obtain
up-to-date information on programs, procedures, policies and events. Assist with the quality of admissions
processes, advertising material and information brochures. Compile statistics to report on the activities and
services of the team.
Contact Officer: Barbara New (02) 6207 3560 barbara.new@cit.act.edu.au
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Centres
Student Services Hub
Information, Careers and Recognition
Assistant Information Office Manager
Administrative Services Officer Class 4 $53,616-$58,213 Canberra (PN: 17172)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
Manage operations of the CIT Information team through - supervising, rostering of information officers;
implementing established policies and procedures; responding to the complex enquiries; supervise admission
processes of data on BANNER; liaise with staff at all levels within and outside of the Institute to obtain and
provide information; assist with the production of Student Services Hub publications, program advertisements
and involvement in promotional activities.
Contact Officer: Barbara New (02) 6207 3560 barbara.new@cit.act.edu.au
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

                DEPARTMENT OF DISABILITY, HOUSING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES

Policy and Organisational Services
Finance and Budget
Finance Manager
Senior Officer Grade B $96,618-$108,766 Canberra (PN: 00297)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
The successful applicant leads the management accounting team with primary responsibility for the
Department's budget processes and providing leadership in financial management. The position also
manages the preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual financial reports to meet management and
statutory requirements. Sound analytical and problem solving skills together with good interpersonal skills
and an ability to work in a team environment are essential.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Relevant tertiary qualifications in accounting and/or equivalent knowledge and
experience are required.
Note: Selection may be based on application and referee reports only.
Contact Officer: Sim Sung (02) 6205 0874 sim.sung@act.gov.au
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Office for Children Youth and Family Support
Care and Protection Services
Adoptions and Permanent Care
Permanent Care Worker
Health Professional Level 3 $70,774-$74,676 (up to $78,474 upon achieving personal upgrade) Canberra
(PN: 05381)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
The Adoption and Permanent Care Unit undertakes planning for the care of children born locally and
overseas who require a permanent care option outside their birth family. The position will continue
development of a collaborative cross sector Permanency Planning framework across the Office for Children
Youth and Family Support. Contribute to the ongoing development of processes and policies to ensure
permanency and stability in the arrangements for children and young people residing in long term Out of
Home Care. Provision of counselling to parties affected by adoption and support to enable the conduct of
conditional permanent care and adoption orders.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Relevant tertiary qualifications in Social Work, Psychology, Social Welfare,
Social Science or related discipline. Experience of working in the Out of Home Care sector. At least 3 years
experience working with children, youth and/or families. Current driver's licence.
Contact Officer: Sue Mickleburgh (02) 620 72049 susan.mickleburgh@act.gov.au
Applicants should note that a Joint Selection Committee (JSC) established in accordance with the collective
agreement provisions will assess all applications for this position.
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from:
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to: Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158 Canberra City ACT 2601

Policy and Organisational Services
Organisational Services
Organisational Support Services
TRIM Administrator/Records Officer
Administrative Services Officer Class 4 $53,616-$58,213 Canberra (PN: 07347)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
Organisational Support Services is seeking applications from suitably qualified people for the position of
TRIM Administrator/records Officer. The position is primarily responsible for the management of the TRIM
CONTEXT records management database including ministerial and document tracking, providing record
management policy and strategic advice, delivering instructional sessions on records management and
attending management meetings. It is essential that the successful applicant is customer focused and enjoys
working in a team environment.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Certificate IV Records Management and Certificate IV Training and
Assessment are highly desirable.
Contact Officer: Johnn Dowse (02) 6207 1053 john.dowse@act.gov.au
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Therapy ACT
Social Work
Social Worker
Health Professional Level 2 $49,557-$68,740 Canberra (PN: 07328)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
Therapy ACT is seeking a social worker (part time) to be part of a multidisciplinary team and provide services
for people with delays in development and developmental disabilities, aged from birth to 65 years. Therapy
ACT has a family and person centred philosophy and a community based approach to the provision of
professional services. Services are provided through aged-based teams in a range of settings. This position
will be located in a school aged team.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Eligible for Membership of the Australian Association of Social Workers
Note: This is a part-time temporary vacancy at 18:22 hours per week available from 1 July 2009 to 28
February 2010.
Contact Officer: Lynelle Osburn (02) 6207 1361 lynelle.osburn@act.gov.au
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

                              DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Applicants for teaching vacancies will be considered by a Joint Selection Committee (JSC) under Section 88
of the Public Sector Management Act 1994.

All School Leader A, B and C promotions and transfers are for a maximum of six years, except for central
office-based positions which require a teaching qualification, where the tenure is three years.

Mawson Primary School
Deputy Principal
School Leader B $92,407 Canberra (PN: 15955)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
Support the Principal to develop and achieve whole-school strategic goals and implement the school plan in
conjunction with the school board. Assist the Principal to manage the human, financial and physical
resources of the school to achieve optimal social and educational outcomes for all students.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: A minimum of 4 years full time (or equivalent) tertiary study leading to the
award of a recognised teaching qualification.
Note: This position is being re-advertised due to equity and diversity guidelines. Previous applicants will be
considered and need not re-apply.
Contact Officer: Amanda Andrews (02) 6205 8033 amanda.andrews@ed.act.edu.au
Applicants should note that a Joint Selection Committee (JSC) established in accordance with the collective
agreement provisions will assess all applications for this position.
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from:
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to: Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158 Canberra City ACT 2601

Curriuclum Support and Professional Learning
Curriculum Support P-12
Curriculum Executive Officer - Gifted and Talented Education
School Leader C $86,463 Canberra (PN: 17502)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
As a member of the executive team, contribute to the development and achievement of the section's goals
and the implementation of the section plan. Manage team and faculty resources to achieve optimal social
and educational outcomes and ongoing support for all students.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: A minimum of 4 years full time (or equivalent) tertiary study leading to the
award of a recognised teaching qualification
Note: This is a temporary full time position from 20 July 2009 to 20 December 2013. This is an office based
teaching position and school stand down periods do not apply. Flextime arrangements are available.
Contact Officer: Chris Melican (02) 6205 7169 chris.melican@act.gov.au
Applicants should note that a Joint Selection Committee (JSC) established in accordance with the collective
agreement provisions will assess all applications for this position.
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from:
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to: Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158 Canberra City ACT 2601
                          DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND COMMUNITY SAFETY

Applications and two referee reports, from applicants for positions in the department, should address the
selection criteria comprehensively, as selection decisions may be made only on the basis of the
documentation provided, without formal interview.

ACT Government Solicitor
Property and Commercial
Principal Solicitor
Legal 2 $110,398-$114,936 Canberra (PN: 12585)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
The Principal Solicitor in this position will conduct major ACT procurement, contracting and other complex
commercial matters, requiring high quality, timely legal services to ACT Government agencies. Recent
experience in government tendering, ICT contracting and the provision of probity advice is preferred. The
position requires a leadership role in client relations management and in the supervision of less senior
lawyers.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Applicants should ideally have in excess of 5 years' experience and be
admitted (or eligible for admission) as an Australian legal practitioner.
Note: This position is temporary for a period of 2 years with the possibility of an extension or permanent filling
from this process. An order of merit may be established from this recruitment process.
Contact Officer: Dr Loretta Zamprogno (02) 6207 0653 loretta.zamprogno@act.gov.au
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

ACT Human Rights Commission
Health Services Team
Principal Review Officer
Senior Officer Grade B $96,618-$108,766 Canberra (PN: 09939)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
An exciting opportunity exists for an experienced person to co-ordinate the management of complaints for
the Health Services Team, to undertake consideration and investigation of complex complaints and to
negotiate with parties. The position holder will provide high-level assistance to the Commissioner on a range
of health services and services for older people issues including major investigations. Participating in
community and agency liaison forums is also an important aspect of this role.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Knowledge and understanding of, and commitment to, health services and
services for older people is required. A tertiary or other qualification in Human Services or Law or a related
field is highly desirable.
Contact Officer: Julie Field (02) 6205 2222 julie.field@act.gov.au
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

ACT Law Courts and Tribunal Administration
ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal
Assistant to Presidential Members
Administrative Services Officer Class 4 $53,616-$58,213 Canberra (PN: 00541)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
The ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal is seeking a highly motivated and organised person to fill the
position of Assistant to the Presidential Members. Successful applicants will demonstrate a professional
attitude, provide support to the Presidents, assist with legal research, prepare cases for hearings, provide
keyboard services and assist the Tribunal registry when required.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Demonstrated ability or experience in undertaking legal research highly
desirable.
Contact Officer: Kerri Perryman (02) 6207 1427 Kerri.Perryman@act.gov.au
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

ACT Government Solicitor
Property and Commercial
Legal 1 Solicitor
Legal 1 $49,558-$101,612 Canberra (PN: 42611)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
The Solicitor in this position will conduct ACT procurement, contracting and advise on other commercial
matters, to provide high quality, timely advices and agreements to ACT Government agencies. Experience in
government tendering and contracting will be an advantage.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Applicants should ideally have at least 2 years' experience in government
procurement or contracting work and be admitted (or be eligible for admission) as an Australian legal
practitioner.
Note: This position is temporary for a period of 2 years with the possibility of an extension or permanent filling
from this process. An order of merit may be established from this recruitment process.
Contact Officer: Dr Loretta Zamprogno (02) 6207 0653 loretta.zamprogno@act.gov.au
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Law Courts and Tribunals
ACT Magistrates Court
Chambers
Associate to Magistrate
Administrative Services Officer Class 3 $48,103-$51,916 Canberra (PN: 42328, expected vacancy)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
We are seeking a suitably qualified and highly motivated person to fill the position of Associate to Magistrate.
Successful applicant will demonstrate a professional attitude. Duties include providing administrative and in-
court support to the Magistrate; assisting the Magistrate with legal research; preparing cases for hearing;
providing keyboard services and maintaining the Magistrate's diary.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Completion of legal studies desirable.
Note: This position is temporary for a period of 12 months from 1 August 2009, with the possibility of
extension.
Contact Officer: Felicity Perkins (02) 6207 1386 felicity.perkins@act.gov.au
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

Office of Regulatory Services
Compliance - Workers Compensation
Administrative Services Officer
Administrative Services Officer Class 3 $48,103-$51,916 Canberra (PN: 13862)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
Investigate compliance with the Workers' Compensation Act 1951, Workers' Compensation Regulation 2002,
Annual Leave Act 1973 and Long Service Leave Act 1976 by employers, insurers and self insurers. Prepare
a range of written documents including correspondence and reports for clients and senior staff. Respond to
telephone, counter, website and mail enquiries from clients seeking information or advice with regard to
workers' compensation and labour regulation legislation. Contribute to the ongoing development of
procedures, guidelines and publication material in relation to customer service and administrative activities to
maintain and improve service standards. Assist in external investigations and compliance activities, including
writing case summaries and recommendations to senior managers. Participate in Team planning and training
activities, including assisting with the operations of the Office of Regulatory Services. Enter data into
database and maintain and update case and file information as required. Maintain records in accordance with
the Territory Records Act 2002.
Contact Officer: Arthur Reilly (02) 6205 3463 arthur.reilly@act.gov.au
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

                       DEPARTMENT OF TERRITORY AND MUNICIPAL SERVICES

Environment and Recreation
Parks Conservation and Lands
Research and Planning
Program Support Officer
Senior Professional Officer Grade C $81,772-$88,168 Canberra (PN: 00637)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
Parks Conservation and Lands is looking for an experienced vegetation ecologist with a high level of
scientific expertise and knowledge of ACT lowland flora and ecosystems, especially grasslands and grassy
woodlands. You will need experience in vegetation survey methods, data analysis, preparation of technical
reports and other scientific material. Experience with government processes, provision of expert advice and
in managing staff is essential.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Tertiary qualifications in botany or similar field is essential and a post
graduate qualification would be an advantage. Current manual driver's licence is essential.
Contact Officer: Sharon Lane (02) 6207 1911 sharon.lane@act.gov.au
Applicants should note that a Joint Selection Committee (JSC) established in accordance with the collective
agreement provisions will assess all applications for this position.
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from:
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to: Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158 Canberra City ACT 2601

Environment and Recreation
Licensing and Compliance
Domestic Animal Services
Deputy Registrar
Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583-$74,188 Canberra (PN: 17733)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
This position is the Deputy Registrar and Senior Investigator within the Domestic Animals Services Team
based at the Mugga Lane animal shelter. The successful applicant will be responsible for staff supervision
and taking a lead role in the investigation of offences reported primarily under the Domestic Animals Act
2000. As Deputy Registrar, the position provides high-level administrative support to the Registrar and
participates in staff development and training.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Certificate IV in Government (Investigation) highly desirable.
Note: Applicants must be prepared to wear a uniform and perform on-call duties and overtime as required.
Contact Officer: Scott Horan (02) 6207 2369 scott.horan@act.gov.au
Applicants should note that a Joint Selection Committee (JSC) established in accordance with the collective
agreement provisions will assess all applications for this position.
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from:
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to: Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158 Canberra City ACT 2601

Enterprise Services Network
Yarralumla Nursery
Production Plant and Equipment Supervisor
General Service Officer Level 7 $47,429-$50,194 Canberra (PN: 17530)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
This position, under the supervision of the Production Manager, plans, co-ordinates and supervises the
operations of the production plant and equipment functions of Yarralumla Nursery. The position holder will be
required to exercise initiative and judgement in solving day to day operational problems including prioritising
work, forward planning, ordering of materials, maintenance programs and implementing the quality standards
of the Nursery.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Hold a Certificate III in Horticulture or have equivalent demonstrated
competence. Attained a Certificate II in Government or be willing to obtain one as part of your initial
performance management plan. Hold a current Chemcert Certificate, current driver’s licence, Loader and
Skid Steer licence. A truck licence is desirable. Have the ability to lift heavy materials (16-20kg) and perform
heavy manual work.
Note: For operational needs this position is required to work weekends and participate in a 7 day roster when
specified.
Contact Officer: Marguerite Ilievr (02) 6207 2445 Marguerite.Iliev@act.gov.au
Applicants should note that a Joint Selection Committee (JSC) established in accordance with the collective
agreement provisions will assess all applications for this position.
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from:
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to: Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158 Canberra City ACT 2601

Community and Infrastructure Services
Asset Services Group
Asset Information
Digital Imaging Officer
Administrative Services Officer Class 2 $42,233-$46,832 Canberra (PN: 14108)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
The Asset Information team within Asset Services Group (ASG) is seeking a self motivated individual with an
eye for accuracy and detail to be responsible for scanning and indexing important hardcopy records for the
department and the business units responsible for the management of Territory assets. These hardcopy
records exist in a range of sizes and may be large format (A1) in size and provide important information
about the construction of assets under the control of Territory and Municipal Services (TAMS). These records
may include road and civil infrastructure, landfill construction, landscape asset information and building
information. The successful applicant will be required to use and maintain a large format scanner/plotter on a
daily basis.
Contact Officer: Paul Dowling (02) 6207 6558 paul.dowling@act.gov.au
Applicants should note that a Joint Selection Committee (JSC) established in accordance with the collective
agreement provisions will assess all applications for this position.
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from:
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to: Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158 Canberra City ACT 2601

SHARED SERVICES – SHARED FUTURE – JOIN THE TEAM

Shared Services is a customer-focused organisation comprised of talented and motivated people who deliver
services for ACT Government agencies. These services include Finance, Human Resources, Information
and Communication Technology, Procurement, Publishing and Records Management.

Staff in Shared Services do interesting and varied work, have access to tailored training programs and
opportunities to extend their careers. We are an organisation that facilitates teamwork, openness, respect
and strives for continual improvement.

InTACT
Planning and Development
Technology
Senior Web Technical Specialist
Senior Information Technology Officer Grade C $81,772-$88,168 Canberra (PN: 17484)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
You will be required to provide technical leadership in the development, implementation and support of
internet and intranet systems and across-government services, as well as undertake analysis, functional
requirements definition, testing and review of new internet and intranet solutions. Undertake internet and
intranet implementation and business improvement projects, including liaison with ACT Government
representatives, stakeholders, service providers, consultants and contractors.
Contact Officer: Greg Tankard (02) 6207 5826 greg.tankard@act.gov.au
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

HR Services Workforce Capability
Workplace Health and Safety
Injury and Prevention Management Advisor
Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583-$74,188 Canberra (PN: 09304)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
An opportunity exists for a motivated, energetic and customer focused injury, prevention and management
specialist to join the Shared Services Workplace Health and Safety Team. The applicant will require a sound
knowledge of the Safety Rehabilitation and Compensation Act 1988 and Occupational Health and Safety Act
1989, excellent communication and liaison skills and practical experience in the development and
implementation of injury prevention and management systems. Duties include general return to work
management, management of complex and high cost cases and the delivery of strategic and technical injury
prevention and management advice to client agencies.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Qualifications in a return to work/injury management/workers compensation
field are highly desirable. Relevant Comcare training in case management and rehabilitation will be highly
regarded.
Contact Officer: Debbie Maher (02) 6207 6220 debbie.maher@act.gov.au
Applicants should note that a Joint Selection Committee (JSC) established in accordance with the collective
agreement provisions will assess all applications for this position.
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from:
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to: Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158 Canberra City ACT 2601

InTACT
Executive
Records Services
Officer in Charge Business Support
Administrative Services Officer Class 4 $53,616-$58,213 Canberra (PN: 05755, expected vacancy)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
The successful applicant will be required to supervise and undertake administrative tasks that support
production and verification of accounts payable and receivable, including petty cash and monthly accruals.
Provide support to the Record Services Manager in relation to facilities and accommodation issues.
Investigate and resolve payable and receivable billing issues and provide Human Resources and
administrative assistance to support the Record Services Manager.
Contact Officer: Olwen Conran (02) 6207 5798 olwen.conran@act.gov.au
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

InTACT
Executive
Records Services
Business Support Officer
Administrative Services Officer Class 3 $48,103-$51,916 Canberra (PN: 12279, expected vacancy)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
The successful applicant will be required to undertake administrative tasks to support the production and
verification of accounts payable and receivable. Provide assistance to the Officer in Charge Business
Support in minor accommodation issues. Assist in the investigation and resolution of payable and receivable
billing issues and provide administrative assistance to the Record Services Manager and Officer in Charge
Business Support.
Contact Officer: Olwen Conran (02) 6207 5798 olwen.conran@act.gov.au
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601
                                        DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY

ACT Gambling and Racing Commission
Compliance and Investigations
Authorised Officer
Administrative Services Officer Class 4 $53,616-$58,213 Canberra (PN: 55157)
Closing Date: 16 July 2009
As an Authorised Officer within the Commission, undertake a variety of functions in respect of the
administration and enforcement of the ACT gaming laws including: Under limited direction undertake
compliance audits, inspections and investigations related to the Commission's statutory responsibilities in
respect of gambling regulatory activities either in a team environment or individually; collect, collate research,
and analyse data relating to gambling activities; prepare reports, briefing papers and general
correspondence on a range of issues pertaining to gambling regulation; undertake other administrative duties
as required.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Current driver's licence.
Note: This position is initially available on a temporary basis for a period of six months. However, permanent
filling may occur from this process. Please provide contact details of two referees.
Contact Officer: Bruce Waugh (02) 6207 0195 bruce.waugh@act.gov.au
Selection documentation and mandatory application cover sheet may be downloaded from
http://www.jobs.act.gov.au/ Applications can be sent via email to: jobs@act.gov.au or by post to Shared
Services, Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra City ACT 2601

                                   CULTURAL FACILITIES CORPORATION

ACT Museums & Galleries
Education & Public Programs Manager
Professional Officer Class 2 $64,583- $74,188 (full time PN. 8506)
Closing date: 16 July 2009, 5pm
Principal responsibilities:
1. Develop, market, deliver and evaluate a broad range of education programs across ACT Museums and
    Galleries sites for groups of all ages.
2. Assist in planning, marketing and delivering a broad range of public programs for diverse audiences,
    including the implementation and development of the Events and Exhibitions Calendar.
3. In consultation with the Assistant Director: Visitor Services, Education and Public Programs, develop
    policies and procedures for the delivery of public and education programs across ACT Museums &
    Galleries sites.
4. Liaise with program contractors, speakers, artists, teachers and others, in the development, delivery and
    promotion of education and public programs, answer public enquiries and maintain a positive and
    professional public image.
5. Facilitate the training, supervision and evaluation of all staff involved in the delivery of programs, including
    casual site staff and volunteers.
6. Other duties as required.
Qualifications/other requirements:
   Degree in Visual Arts or History/Archaeology/Cultural Heritage Management and teaching qualification
    are essential
   Current ACT Driver’s licence
   ACT Museums and Galleries operates a structured Time-in-Lieu scheme to accommodate expected
    occasional out-of-hours calls for this position.
Applications must address the selection criteria.
Note: Interviews may not be conducted for this position. Selection may be based on written applications only.
Contact Officer: Claire Conti (02) 6207 9130 or claire.conti@act.gov.au
Selection documentation: Trudy Collins (02) 6207 3963 or trudy.collins@act.gov.au or Fax:(02) 6207 3973
Applications can be forwarded to:
Human Resources Advisor
Cultural Facilities Corporation
PO Box 939
Civic Square
Canberra ACT 2608
Apply: 32
CC: 2124-2772



                                    APPOINTMENTS
ACT HEALTH

Registered Nurse Level 3.1 $80,016-$83,308
Deirdre Barter 820-97554, Section68(1), 4 May 2009

Registered Nurse Level 1 $49,493-$66,877
Sally Bray 817-32667, Section68(1), 25 June 2009

Registered Nurse Level 1 $49,493-$66,877
Deborah Buchanan-Davies 821-06932, Section68(1), 4 June 2009

Registered Nurse Level 1 $49,493-$66,877
Marion Coleman 821-08313, Section68(1), 29 June 2009

Registered Nurse Level 1 $49,493-$66,877
Nicole Dennis 821-07732, Section68(1), 29 June 2009

Registered Nurse Level 1 $49,493-$66,877
Rodella Elento 820-88455, Section68(1), 30 June 2009

Registered Nurse Level 1 $49,493-$66,877
Krisha Ann Holland Guinea 821-07433, Section68(1), 5 July 2009

Health Service Officer Level 4 $39,707-$41,299
Joanne Keni 799-93737, Section68(1), 25 June 2009

Registered Nurse Level 1 $49,493-$66,877
William Koffmann 821-07134, Section68(1), 16 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 2/3 $42,233-$51,916
Laura Nash 820-96164, Section68(1), 16 June 2009

Health Professional Level 4 $81,772-$88,168
Cathy Patricia Ringland 771-97614, Section68(1), 25 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 3 $48,103-$51,916
Moira Thompson 821-06414, Section68(1), 2 July 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 5 $59,800-$63,409
Raymond Jack Walsh 817-49952, Section68(1), 27 June 2009

Registered Nurse Level 1 $49,493-$66,877
Tamara Williams 821-04275, Section68(1), 1 June 2009

Registered Nurse Level 1 $49,493-$66,877
Nutchanok Wright 820-88105, Section68(1), 18 May 2009
CALVARY HEALTH CARE ACT

Health Professional Level 3, $70,774 - $78,474
Hammam Hijazi. Section 68, 25 June 2009
CC: 1301-2606

Senior Officer Grade B, $96,618 - $108,766
Colleen Kinnane. Section 68, 29 June 2009
CC: 1301-2606

Health Professional Level 4, $81,772 - $88,168
Cara Easton. Section 68, 25 June 2009
CC: 1301-2606

Registered Nurse Level 1, $49,493 - $66,877
Tariro Parayiwa. Section 68, 18 June 2009
CC: 1301-2606

Health Service Officer Level 4, $39,707 - $41,299
Nicholas Best. Section 68, 25 June 2009
CC: 1301-2606

Health Service Officer Level 4, $39,707 - $41,299
Nathan Collins. Section 68, 08 July 2009
CC: 1301-2606

ACT PLANNING AND LAND AUTHORITY

Administrative Services Officer Class 3 $48,103-$51,916
Emma Hunt 820-90109, Section68(1), 25 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 3 $48,103-$51,916
Rachelle Turk 820-85473, Section68(1), 25 June 2009

CANBERRA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Administrative Services Officer Class 2 $42,233-$46,832
Alexandra Larsen 820-78249, Section68(1), 12 June 2009

DEPARTMENT OF DISABILITY, HOUSING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES

Health Professional Level 3 $70,774-$78,474
Micheala Bell 820-99410, Section68(1), 22 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 5 $59,800-$63,409
Marlene Theresa Collier 821-07636, Section68(1), 1 July 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 5 $59,800-$63,409
Laura Dalle 820-88009, Section68(1), 25 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 4 $53,616-$58,213
Alicia Hodges 817-50910, Section68(1), 23 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 5 $59,800-$63,409
Rachael Redondo 821-07628, Section68(1), 29 June 2009
Health Professional Level 3 $70,774-$78,474
Teresa Tuite 820-82176, Section68(1), 24 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 3 $48,103-$51,916
Catherine Walker 817-41993, Section68(1), 22 June 2009

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Administrative Services Officer Class 4 $53,616-$58,213
Sophie Cazabon 820-91128, Section68(1), 23 June 2009

School Assistant 2 $35,912-$39,824
Kerrie Flynn 820-74256, Section68(1), 22 June 2009

School Assistant 2 $35,912-$39,824
Susanne Violet Turner 820-94572, Section68(1), 22 June 2009

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND COMMUNITY SAFETY

Paralegal Grade 1 (upper) $49,354-$53,616
Amy Dyde 821-06748, Section68(1), 1 July 2009

Health Professional Level 2 $49,557-$68,740
Kelly Hourigan 820-92606, Section68(1), 15 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583-$74,188
Karla Megan Price 821-06166, Section68(1), 15 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583-$74,188
Robyn Jean Whitby 821-06625, Section68(1), 11 June 2009

DEPARTMENT OF TERRITORY AND MUNICIPAL SERVICES

Senior Officer Grade C $81,772-$88,168
Christina Portman 821-06991, Section68(1), 6 July 2009

Information Technology Officer Class 1 $51,916-$59,360
Paul St Ledger 792-43653, Section68(1), 23 June 2009

DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY

Senior Officer Grade A $112,211
Richard Neves 821-06107, Section68(1), 29 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 5 $59,800-$63,409
Jenna Louise Rankin 817-48896, Section68(1), 25 June 2009

LAND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY

Administrative Services Officer Class 5 $59,800-$63,409
Elizabeth Louise D'Ambrosio 820-95612, Section68(1), 18 June 2009
                                         TRANSFERS
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Julie Anne White: 785-57538
From: School Assistant 2 $35,912-$39,824
Department of Education and Training
To: School Assistant 2 $35,912-$39,824
Department of Education and Training, Canberra (PN. 01010) (Gazette No. 12, 26 March 2009)

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY SECRETARIAT

Hansard, Communications and Library

Chiew Yee Lim: 757-50033
From: Professional Officer Class 2
Territory & Municipal Services
To:Professional Officer Class 2 $64583 to $74188
Legislative Assembly Secretariat Canberra (PN. HANS508)
Wef: 1July 2009

Siew Chin Scholar: 542-03807
From: Professional Officer Class 2
Territory & Municipal Services
To:Professional Officer Class 2 $64583 to $74188
Legislative Assembly Secretariat Canberra (PN. HANS509)
Wef: 1July 2009

Joanne Cullen: 702-55674
From: Professional Officer Class 1
Territory & Municipal Services
To:Professional Officer Class 1 $45038 to $63184
Legislative Assembly Secretariat Canberra (PN. HANS510)
Wef: 1July 2009

Kathy Dempsey: 747-51456
From: Administrative Service Officer Class 2
Territory & Municipal Services
To: Administrative Service Officer Class 2 $42233 to $46832
Legislative Assembly Secretariat Canberra (PN. HANS512)
Wef: 1July 2009
CC: 1291-2415



                                       PROMOTIONS
PROMOTION or TEMPORARY PERFORMANCE APPEALS and INTERNAL REVIEW

Selection principles
All selection processes (including promotion decisions) must be based on a proper assessment of merit.
Merit is defined in the Public Sector Management Act 1994 (PSM Act), as the selection of a person on the
basis of an assessment of the relative efficiency of the several applicants having regard to:
      the nature of the duties to be performed; and
      the abilities, qualifications, experience, personal qualities and potential for development;
of the several applicants that are relevant to the performance of the relevant duties as the case may be.

Applicants are also entitled to fair and unbiased consideration of their job application.

Definitions
For the purposes of Parts 1 and 2 dealing with promotions or temporary performance appeals and internal
reviews:

‘appellant’ means a person who is eligible to appeal and lodges a promotion or temporary performance
appeal.

‘casual employee’ means a person engaged under section 110 of the PSM Act to perform work for a short
period on an irregular or non-systematic basis.

‘employee’ includes an officer, casual employee or temporary employee excluding Chief Executives and
Executives.

‘officer’ means a person appointed under division 5.3 or 5.8 of the PSM Act. An officer is a permanent staff
member of the ACT Public Service.

‘promotee’ means the person promoted to the position.

‘respondent’ means, in the case of a promotion, the person promoted to the position, or in the case of
temporary performance, the person selected for temporary performance of duties.

‘temporary employee’ means a person engaged under division 5.7 of the PSM Act (other than a Chief
Executive or Executive). A temporary employee is engaged under a temporary employment contract.

PART 1.        PROMOTION OR TEMPORARY PERFORMANCE APPEALS

A promotion occurs when an officer is selected and promoted to a higher classification than the classification
they hold before the promotion. Temporary performance occurs where an officer temporarily performs the
duties of a higher office for a defined period (i.e. a higher classification than they currently hold).

Generally, a promotion (made under section 83 of the PSM Act) or temporary performance (made under
section 101 of the PSM Act) is subject to appeal, where:
    the position is filled on
           o a permanent basis; or
           o temporary basis for more than 6 months;
    the officer was an applicant for the position; and
    the promotion/temporary performance is to any classification with a maximum salary that is less than
       the minimum salary of a classification equivalent to a Senior Officer Grade C.

An officer may also appeal a promotion if:
    the officer is a promotee, where the promotion is one of a number of promotions at the same level
        made in a selection process, and the officer believes someone may lodge an appeal against their
        promotion. The officer may appeal against all or any of the other promotees. These appeals are
        usually called ‘protective appeals’, and are treated the same as other appeals.

Any suitably qualified officer may also appeal a promotion if the vacancy that has been filled was not
advertised.

An appeal cannot be made where:
    a promotion decision is made by an unanimous recommendation of a Joint Selection Committee
      established under the PSM Act or agency Collective Agreements; or
    the position is filled from outside the ACTPS, i.e. an appointment (including filling the position by
      appointing a temporary employee); or
      the filling of the position does not constitute a promotion, such as if the position is filled by the transfer
       of an officer already at that or a higher level;
      the promotion is to a position which has a higher or equivalent maximum salary to the minimum salary
       of a Senior Officer Grade C. (These should be identified with a dagger symbol (†) in the ‘Promotions’
       section of the Gazette).

Grounds for appealing a promotion or temporary performance decision
Provided eligibility requirements are met (see above), an officer will be required to show that they are more
efficient in performing the duties of the position than the person(s) promoted or selected for temporary
performance.

Generally, the Appeal Panel will assess greater efficiency by considering:
   1. the abilities, qualifications, experience, standard of work performance and personal qualities of the
      appellant(s) and respondent(s) to the extent that the Panel considers that those matters are relevant
      to the performance of the duties of the position;
   2. if the Chief Executive or delegate who made the promotion or temporary performance decision had
      regard to the potential for further career development relevant to the position in making the merit
      based decision; and
   3. any other relevant matter the Panel considers relevant.

How to appeal a promotion or temporary performance decision
The appeal mechanism for promotion and temporary performance decisions is set out in Agency Collective
Agreements, which can be accessed from the Shared Services Internet site at:
http://www.sharedservices.act.gov.au/docs/agreements/

Promotion appeals must be lodged with the Convenor of Appeal Panels within 14 days of notification of the
promotion in the ACT Gazette. Appeals against temporary performance must be lodged with the Convenor
of Appeal Panels within 7 days of notification of the decision.

Shared Services Client Agencies

Officers of the following agencies must lodge applications for an appeal against a promotion or temporary
performance decision using the template on the Shared Services Customer Portal at
http://sharedservices/actgovt/HRforms/Appeal_Promotion_Temp_Performance.doc.

       ACT Planning and Land Authority;
       Canberra Institute of Technology;
       Chief Minister’s Department;
       Disability, Housing and Community Services;
       Education and Training;
       Health;
       Justice and Community Safety;
       Territory and Municipal Services; and
       Treasury.

Completed application forms should be sent, within the timeframes specified above, to:

       The Convenor of Appeal Panels
       Employee Relations
       Shared Services
       GPO Box 158
       CANBERRA CITY ACT 2601

       Scan and email: sharedserviceser@act.gov.au

       Fax: (02) 6205 4629
Other Agencies

Officers of other agencies should contact their Human Resources area for advice on how to lodge an appeal
(see below for a list of contacts).

PART 2. INTERNAL REVIEW
Generally, employees can seek a review of management actions or decisions that affect them in relation to
their employment. There are some actions/decisions that are excluded from this right of review (e.g.
decisions on classifications of an office, promotions and transfers).

However, as employees are entitled to a fair and unbiased assessment of their job application, an employee
may seek an internal review about the process leading to:
    decisions that another employee perform the duties of a higher classification (with a salary less than
      that of a Senior Officer Grade C or equivalent classification) for periods greater than 6 months if the
      vacancy was advertised;
    decisions to promote, appoint or engage an employee on a temporary contract;
    decisions to transfer an employee within the Agency; or
    decisions to promote an officer to a non-advertised vacancy.

How to lodge an internal review
Agency Collective Agreements establish procedures for employees to seek an internal review of
management actions that affect them. Collective Agreements are available from the Shared Services
Internet site at the following link: http://www.sharedservices.act.gov.au/docs/agreements/

Employees should seek advice from their Human Resources area (see contacts below), or Shared Services
about internal review rights available under Collective Agreements and how to lodge a request for internal
review.

Shared Services can be contacted by dialling 99 from an internal phone or 6205 5444 or emailing
sharedserviceser@act.gov.au.

ACT HEALTH

The Canberra Hospital
Surgical Services
Sasha Berryman: 771-98051
From: Registered Nurse Level 3.2 $90,457
ACT Health
To: †Registered Nurse Level 4.2 $96,869
ACT Health, Canberra (PN. 23126) (Gazette No. 19, 14 May 2009)

The Canberra Hospital
Ambulatory Care
Cardiac Rehabilitation
Paul Marley: 786-44965
From: Registered Nurse Level 1 $49,493-$66,877
ACT Health
To: Health Professional Level 2 $49,557-$68,740
ACT Health, Canberra (PN. 16756) (Gazette No. 4, 29 January 2009)

The Canberra Hospital
Medical Services
ACT Pathology
Joanne Beverley Micallef: 780-49787
From: Health Professional Level 2 $49,557-$68,740
ACT Health
To: †Health Professional Level 4 $81,772
ACT Health, Canberra (PN. 26295) (Gazette No. 20, 21 May 2009)

The Canberra Hospital
Women's and Childrens Health
Canberra Midwifery Program
Shilpa Nayyar: 795-66161
From: Registered Nurse Level 1 $49,493-$66,877
ACT Health
To: Registered Nurse Level 2 $69,614-$73,919
ACT Health, Canberra (PN. 20699) (Gazette No. 6, 12 February 2009)

Community Health
Child , Youth and Women's Health
Child , Youth and Women's Health Program
Rosemary Riley: 741-13606
From: Registered Nurse Level 2 $69,614-$73,919
ACT Health
To: †Registered Nurse Level 3.2 $90,457
ACT Health, Canberra (PN. 29109) (Gazette No. 18, 7 May 2009)

The Canberra Hospital
Academic Unit
Francesca Rochford: 786-53431
From: Registered Nurse Level 1 $49,493-$66,877
ACT Health
To: Registered Nurse Level 2 $69,614-$73,919
ACT Health, Canberra (PN. 20395) (Gazette No. 42, 23 October 2008)

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Deputy Chief Executive
Curriculum Support and Professional Learning
Professional Learning
Rochelle Robin Ansell: 766-23044
From: Classroom Teacher $48,219-$74,279
Department of Education and Training
To: †School Leader C $86,463
Department of Education and Training, Canberra (PN. 02733) (Gazette No. 45, 13 November 2008)

Indigenous Education and Early Years Learning
Indigenous Education Section
Rebecca Hanrahan: 785-54396
From: Classroom Teacher $48,219-$74,279
Department of Education and Training
To: †School Leader C $86,463
Department of Education and Training, Canberra (PN. 16969) (Gazette No. 10, 12 March 2009)
Note: This promotion was made by unanimous decision of a Joint Selection Committee in accordance with
current Collective Agreement provisions and is non-appealable.

Indigenous Education and Early Years Learning
Indigenous Education Section
Alison Reid: 798-39772
From: Classroom Teacher $48,219-$74,279
Department of Education and Training
To: †School Leader C $86,463
Department of Education and Training, Canberra (PN. 14134) (Gazette No. 10, 12 March 2009)
Note: This promotion was made by unanimous decision of a Joint Selection Committee in accordance with
current Collective Agreement provisions and is non-appealable.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND COMMUNITY SAFETY

Strategic Planning and Support
People and Workplace Strategy
Christine Dowd: 606-60596
From: $51,398-55,770
Comcare
To: Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583
Department of Justice and Community Safety, Canberra (PN. 09382) (Gazette No. 44, 6 November 2008)

DEPARTMENT OF TERRITORY AND MUNICIPAL SERVICES

Environment and Recreation
Parks Conservation and lands
Urban Parks
Murray Schroder: 786-59454
From: Technical Officer Level 3 $55,690-$63,184
Department of Territory and Municipal Services
To: †Technical Officer Level 4 $64,583-$74,188
Department of Territory and Municipal Services, Canberra (PN. 00537) (Gazette No. 11, 19 March 2009)
Note: This promotion was made by unanimous decision of a Joint Selection Committee in accordance with
current Collective Agreement provisions and is non-appealable.
Eligibility to apply for advertised vacancies
PERMANENT VACANCIES

All permanent vacancies advertised in the Gazette are open to all Australian citizens or permanent residents1
of Australia except where:
    the Chief Executive has decided that because of cost or operational efficiency a vacancy should be
     advertised as open only to permanent ACT Public Service officers and groups with eligibility rights.
     Restricted positions will be marked #
    a former officer of the ACTPS is restricted from re-employment under section 114 of the Public Sector
     Management Act 1994.
     Groups with eligibility rights are:
an officer of the Australian Public Service (APS) applying for appointment (see section 115 of the PSM Act)
a former officer of the APS or ACTPS who has resigned, if:
they resigned to rear a child, after taking at least three months maternity or parental leave; and
they resigned within two years of the date of birth of the child for which the period of maternity leave was
granted;
the position for which they are applying is advertised in the gazette within six years from the date of the birth
of the child for which the maternity or parental leave was granted; and
they have a statement from the relevant Chief Executive of the details of their resignation which was obtained
at the time of resignation;
an ‘officer’ of an approved organisation listed in Public Sector Management Standard 4, Part 6, Mobility
with Approved Organisations, employed on other than a temporary basis, applying for appointment;
a temporary employee who has been employed by the ACTPS in one job for six months continuously, may
apply for appointment to an advertised vacancy:
if still employed in that temporary job; and
the six months eligibility period is reached before the applications close.

TEMPORARY VACANCIES
Temporary vacancies are generally only open to permanent officers of the ACTPS. Some agencies may
accept applications from non-permanent employees for temporary employment to the position but these
applications will only be considered if no permanent officer is suitable or available (see section 106 of the
Public Sector Management Act) or if agencies do not wish to pursue a wider field of applicants. Agencies
may have also varied these processes under Certified Agreements. You should contact the relevant
Personnel section for advice on who is eligible to apply for the position.

EXCESS OFFICERS

ACTPS officers who have been formally declared excess and who apply for transfer to any advertised
permanent vacancy must be considered for in isolation from, and not in competition with, other applicants.
Where more than one excess officer applies, a merit selection process should first be conducted between
the excess officers.

Excess officers applying for transfer to advertised vacancies are not to be considered in competition with
applicants who are not excess.

The consideration of the excess officer(s) should be a genuine assessment of whether the officer is suitable
for the vacancy, including with reasonable training, and should be conducted in a manner demonstrably
similar to that which would apply to other officers if no excess officer had applied.

Should you have any queries in regard to this matter please contact your Personnel Section.
1
    The Standards provide that a New Zealand citizen who resides in Australia and holds a Special Category temporary residence visa (SCV) under
    the Commonwealth Migration Act 1958 is to be treated as a permanent resident of Australia for the purpose of assessing that person’s eligibility to
    be employed by the ACTPS. This means that applicants who hold a SCV will qualify under section 68 of the PSM Act for appointment to the ACT
    Public Service. Recognition of a SCV holder as a permanent resident only relates to the appointment of persons under the PSM Act, and does
    not affect a person’s residency status in relation to any other federal, state or territory law.
                             ACT Public Service Index of Addresses

01   Shared Services, Recruitment Services via e-mail to jobs@act.gov.au or by post to Shared Services,
     Recruitment Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra ACT 2601
05   The Recruitment Officer, Director of Public Prosecutions, GPO Box 595, Canberra ACT 2601
07   Recruitment Officer, Calvary Health Care ACT. PO Box 254, Jamison Centre, ACT 2614
08   Recruitment and Training, ACTION, GPO Box 158, Canberra ACT 2601
09   Recruitment Officer, Department of Disability, Housing and Community Services, GPO Box 158,
     Canberra ACT 2601
11   The Recruitment Officer, Canberra Institute of Technology, GPO Box 826, Canberra City ACT 2601
12   Customer Service Supervisor, Department of Education and Training, PO Box 1584, Tuggeranong
     ACT 2901
13   Recruitment Officer, Human Resources Section, ACT Emergency Services Authority, PO Box 104,
     Curtin ACT 2605
14   InTACT, Business Support Service, GPO Box 158, CANBERRA ACT 2601, or emailed to
     intact.recruitment@act.gov.au
15   Applications Officer, Arts, Heritage and Environment, PO Box 144 Lyneham ACT 2602
16   Recruitment Officer, ACT Health, PO Box 11, Woden ACT 2606
17     Resource Advisor, Business Services Bureau, ACT Health, PO Box 11, Woden ACT 2606
18     The Personnel/ HR Officer, ACT Legislative Assembly Secretariat, GPO Box 1020, Canberra ACT
     2601
20   Administrative Officer, Health Protection Service, Locked Bag 5, Weston Creek ACT 2611
26   HR Manager, Land Development Agency, GPO Box 158, Canberra ACT 2601
27   The Recruitment Officer, ACT Planning and Land Authority, GPO Box 1908, Dickson ACT 2602
28   Recruitment Officer, Human Resource Management, Department of Justice and Community Safety,
     GPO Box 158, Canberra ACT 2601
29   The Electoral Commissioner, ACT Electoral Commission, PO Box 272, Civic Square ACT 2608
30   The Recruitment Officer, ACT WorkCover, PO Box 224, Civic Square ACT 2608
31   The Recruitment Officer, Auditor-General’s Office ACT, PO Box 275 Civic Square ACT 2608
32     Human Resources Officer, Cultural Facilities Corporation, PO Box 226, Civic Square ACT 2608
33     The Manager, Workforce Planning & Development Unit, ACT Housing, Locked Bag 3000, Belconnen
     ACT 2617
34   Applications Officer, Territory and Municipal Services, GPO Box 158, Canberra ACT 2601
35   Recruitment Officer, Department of Treasury and Infrastructure, GPO Box 158, Canberra ACT 2601.
36     Recruitment/Executive Officer, Community and Health Services Complaints Commissioner’s Office,
     GPO Box 1321, Canberra ACT 2601.
37     The Recruitment Officer, Faculty of Communication and Community Services, Canberra Institute of
     Technology, GPO Box 826, Canberra City ACT 2602
38     The Recruitment Officer, Faculty of Business & Information Technology, Canberra Institute of
     Technology, GPO Box 826, Canberra City ACT 2601
39     The Recruitment Officer, Faculty of Design, Canberra Institute of Technology, GPO Box 826,
     Canberra City ACT 2601
                 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT NOTICES

Advertising in the Staff Bulletin
Government Agencies and their businesses are required to pay for advertising placements in the General News and
Training/Seminar sections of the weekly Staff Bulletin. The following rates apply.

Ad hoc $184.25 per A4 page or pro rata for smaller advertisements
Regular $110.00 per A4 page or pro rata for smaller advertisements (once per month)
Regular $90.00 per A4 page or pro rata for smaller advertisements (once per fortnight)
Regular $55.00 per A4 page or pro rata for smaller advertisements (once per week)
Artwork To be supplied either via email, or on disk as a Word 6 file.
NOTE: Payment must be received in advance of publication. To qualify for regular advertising rates, payment must be made for one
year in advance.
Publishing Services can also assist with artwork preparation at the following rates:

                           * $200.00 text only
                           * $250.00 graphic included
                             Note: The use of graphics is restricted.
                                               For placement details please contact:
                      Publishing Services, Ph: 6205 0546 - Fax: 6205 0266, email: publications.act@act.gov.au
                              More Information about advertising in ACT Government Publications:
                                        www.publishing.act.gov.au/about/advert.html
                    GUIDELINES AND AUTHORITY FOR STAFF BULLETIN

Including Guidelines for the placement of Whole of Government messages on the ACT
Government’s email Network

1.     The purpose of the Staff Bulletin is to provide timely and accurate information to ACT
       Government staff, which is of direct interest to them as an ACT Government employee, or
       alternatively information which is directly related to the activities of an ACT Government
       Business, Organisation, or Agency. The Staff Bulletin will be published on the ACTG e-mail
       Network every Thursday.

2.     Information which is appropriate for inclusion in the Staff Bulletin generally includes:
       - information regarding employment opportunities in the ACT Public Service
       - information about training courses which are conducted by ACTG agencies:
       - information about the activities of ACTG agencies.
       Queries about whether information is appropriate to include in the Staff Bulletin can be
       directed to the Manager, Publishing Services, on 6205 0261 or via e-mail.

3.     The format and content of information should enable the reader to understand the
       message and encourage contact with the information provider for more details. As a
       general rule graphical images should be minimised and content provided in summary form.
       Font size should be kept to 10 or 12 point.

4.     All material should be current and accurate, and be provided as a Microsoft Word 6 file to
       facilitate the Bulletin being broadcast in this format.

5.     Material should be accompanied by a completed proforma, including the name of the
       approving officer, and received via email at publications.act@act.gov.au by COB Tuesday.
       This will ensure it is included into the Staff Bulletin which will be published each Thursday.

6.     Requests for messages to be placed individually on the e-mail network will be considered
       on the basis of their justification, and every attempt will be made to keep their number to a
       minimum. Messages should be either urgent, that is cannot wait until the next available
       bulletin, or have a high level of importance to the majority of ACT Government employees.

Entries for the Staff Bulletin can be submitted in the following ways:
 email to publications.act@act.gov.au;
 Internal mail to:
              Gazette Officer, Publishing Services
              Pod B Level 2 Callam Offices
 Facsimile 620 50266 (Attention: Gazette Officer)

All entries must be accompanied by an authorisation form, which can be downloaded from this
document.
Whole of Government e-mail electronic distribution authority
Please return completed form and electronic file attachment to: Publishing Services

Telephone:     6205 0546             e-mail Address: publications.act@act.gov.au
                                                      (Type in name as displayed)
Facsimile:     6205 0266


                                 Message Authorisation Details
I have read the guidelines concerning publication of this message in the Staff Bulletin or as a
whole of Government message.

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(Director/Executive Director)


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                                        Message Summary

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Whole of Govt No XXX:


Contact Officer:                     Telephone:                     Facsimile:



Name of Attached file(s):



Summary of Document:



                                  For Publishing Services Use

Date Sent:     /   /                         Additional Details:


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