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									                              No. 25, Thursday 25 June, 2009


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                                             ACT GOVERNMENT GAZETTE
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                                      Australian Capital Territory Gazette                 No. 25, 25 June 2009
                                                         EMPLOYMENT
       ACT Public Service

       General Information
Applicants to employment opportunities notified in all formats of the ACT Government Gazette should be
aware that the name, classification, salary scale and agency of successful applicants will be notified in all
formats of the ACT Government Gazette.

Eligibility to apply for advertised vacancies.
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All permanent vacancies advertised in the Gazette are open to all Australian citizens or permanent residents 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)
     they resigned to rear a child, after taking at least three months maternity or parental leave; and
•         a former officer of the
APS they resigned within two years of the date of birth of the child for which the period of maternity leave
     or ACTPS who has
     was if:
resigned, 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.
Excess Officers
ACTPS officers who are excess (either potentially or actually) and who apply for transfer to any advertised
permanent vacancy have absolute preference and MUST be considered in isolation from, and not 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, or suitable within a reasonable time including with reasonable training (generally three to six months), and
should be conducted in a manner demonstrably similar to that which would apply to other officers if no excess officer
had applied.
Where more than one excess officer applies, a merit selection process should first be conducted between the excess
officers.
Officers who are potentially or actually excess and who apply for transfer should clearly identify their excess status in
their application to ensure they are considered in isolation.
Should you have any queries in regard to this matter please contact your Personnel Section.

    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.
                                 Australian Capital Territory Gazette No. 25, 25 June 2009
                                             EMPLOYMENT
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.

Business and Infrastructure Support
Infrastructure Support Administration
Director, Infrastructure Support and Contracts

Senior Officer Grade A $112,211, Canberra (PN:09732) Closing Date: 9 July 2009 An exciting and challenging
opportunity exists for the right person to join the leadership team of the Business and Infrastructure branch of ACT
Health, as the Director Infrastructure Support and Contracts. The Business and Infrastructure branch provides a
comprehensive range of infrastructure and support services to the acute and non-acute clinical operations of ACT
Health. The position provides high level strategic, operational and evaluative leadership and management of
facilities management, infrastructure services, environmental services, food services and associated contracts, in
support of the diverse business requirements of ACT Health. The successful candidate must demonstrate
achievement in a leadership and management role in a complex organisation, with emphasis on planning, service
delivery, budget and staff management and a strong customer focus. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Tertiary
qualifications in a relevant field for the position will be highly regarded. Contact Officer: Rosemary Kennedy (02)
6205 0606 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 Deputy Chief Executive
Clinical Operations Access
Improvement Program Program
Manager
Senior Officer Grade B $96,618-$108,766 Canberra (PN: 17568) Closing Date: 2 July 2009 The Access
Improvement Program (AIP) is an ACT Health funded system wide innovative initiative, aimed at improving acute
care, access and patient flows throughout the system. A dynamic and capable person is required to provide project
and change management for identified projects within the AIP. The program manager will lead, support, facilitate
and manage the redesign and design of complex service delivery processes utilising various change methodologies
in partnership with program team members and external consultants. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Highly
developed knowledge, acquired either through formal studies or work experience, of project management and
change management methodologies, practices, tools and techniques as applied to the health setting is highly
desirable. Note: Please ensure you submit a completed application form, statement addressing the selection
criteria, your CV and two referee reports addressing the selection criteria with your application as selection may be
based on application only. Although a full time position, part time hours will be considered. Contact Officer:
Bernadette Brady (02) 6207 1539 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
Framework Coordinator

Senior Officer Grade C $81,772-$88,168 Canberra (PN: 27444) Closing Date: 2 July 2009 Mental Health ACT is
seeking an enthusiastic person to fulfil the role of Framework Coordinator for Consumer and Carer Participation.
You will be required to work across the mental health sector with minimal supervision. You will also need excellent
communication, consultation and negotiation skills. 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. It is expected the Consumer and
Carer Participation Framework Coordinator will possess competencies and skills to provide high
                                             EMPLOYMENT
quality support and direction to the implementation of the Framework and contribute to policy development, service
provision and strategic direction for Mental Health ACT. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Relevant tertiary
qualifications or extensive experience in consumer engagement, community development, complaints
management and/or conflict resolution desirable. Note: This is a permanent part-time position at 18:22 hours per
week. Contact Officer: Amanda Urbanc (02) 6205 1887 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 Rehabilitation and Older Persons
Mental Health Services Mental Health Nurse

Registered Nurse Level 3.1 $80,016-$83,308 Canberra (PN: 17565) Closing Date: 2 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, under limited supervision, high quality care to achieve
sound outcomes for consumers. It is also an expectation that you will contribute your expertise to the
multidisciplinary team, provide supervision to staff at Levels RN 2 and 1 and support the Team Leader in change
processes. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Registered or eligible for registration with the ACT Nursing and Midwifery
Board and/or eligibility for membership of the appropriate professional organisation. Current driver’s licence. Note:
The successful applicant will be required to undertake professional development. Contact Officer: Simon Donnan
(02) 6205 1987 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
Administration Occupational
Therapist
Health Professional Level 3 $70,774-$74,676 (Up to $78,474 on achieving a personal upgrade) Canberra (PN:
17527) Closing Date: 2 July 2009 The Aged Care and Rehabilitation Service (ACRS) are seeking to expand the
successful Rapid Assessment for the Deteriorating Aged at Risk Service (RADAR) service. This challenging and
rewarding service provides an appropriate level of response for clients in the community where General Practitioners
(GP) 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: Degree or
Diploma in Occupational Therapy or equivalent qualifications and eligibility for membership of the Australian
Association of Occupational Therapists ACT Incorporated. Experience in working with the aged care population is
essential and dementia specific experience would be an advantage. Current driver’s licence. Note: This is a
permanent part-time position at 19 hours per week. 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 Alcohol
and Drug Program
Diversion Team Aboriginal
Liaison Officer
Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583-$74,188 Canberra (PN: 20154) Closing Date: 2 July 2009 Conduct
alcohol and other drug assessments of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island (ATSI) client’s needs and status using
standardised screening tools, discussion with clients, and information received. Determine appropriate actions;
negotiate and develop client plans; implement treatment plans; monitor treatment progress; report to relevant
authorities including law enforcement agencies. Liaise extensively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island clients,
their families, Court officials, Police, the legal profession, alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment agencies, and
other stakeholders. Apply a range of community education and development activities in the delivery of health
promotion services.
                                                EMPLOYMENT
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Relevant tertiary qualifications are highly desirable. Previous experience in AOD
sector and/or judicial system would be preferred. Note: Applicants from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island
background are encouraged to apply. Occupants are required to work in a variety of locations and be on-call as
required. Contact Officer: Kate Gardner (02) 6205 8381 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 Deputy Chief Executive
Clinical Governance Unit Patient
Safety and Quality Clinical
Policy Coordinator
Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583-$74,188 Canberra (PN: 04576) Closing Date: 9 July 2009 An
exciting opportunity exists for an enthusiastic person to join the clinical policy team. If you have strong writing skills,
secretariat experience, great people skills, and understand how policy development works, this job is for you.
Contact Officer: Jacqui Bear (02) 6205 0912 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.

Hospital Admin Executive Assistant Director of
Nursing - Operational Support

Registered Nurse Level 4.3 $103,275 Canberra (PN: 17460) Closing Date: 2 July 2009 Applications are invited from
innovative and committed Registered Nurses interested in making a difference through strong leadership and the
continual development of all clinical and non clinical staff reporting to the Operational Support Section of the Nursing
Service. The Assistant Director of Nursing Operational Support will be responsible for managing the day to day
functions of the Nursing Service workforce office, ensuring adequate and agreed staffing levels and skill mix are
available within all clinical areas. The successful applicant will be expected to demonstrate leadership and
influencing skills, sound verbal and written communication skills as well as effective data management and analytical
skills. Eligibility/Other requirements: Registered or eligible for registration with the ACT Nursing and Midwifery Board.
Postgraduate experience is desirable. Holds or is working towards a tertiary qualification relevant to the clinical area
is desirable. Contact Officer: Judith Gosper (02) 6244 3642 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




Surgical SMT Intensive Care
Unit Medical Emergency Team
Nurse
Registered Nurse Level 2 $69,614-$73,919 Canberra (PN: 16206) Closing Date: 13 July 2009 Applications are
invited from innovative and committed registered nurses with an advanced level of clinical competence. This exciting
role contributes to the education, data collection and monitoring of Medical Emergencies. The applicant will work in
collaboration with a small team led by the Resuscitation Coordinator with flexible hours available. Eligibility/Other
Requirements: Registered or eligible for registration with the ACT Nursing and Midwifery Board. It is desirable that
you hold or are working towards a relevant post registration qualification.
                                             EMPLOYMENT
Contact Officer: Heather Bullard (02) 6174 5094 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 Pharmacy
Purchasing Officer
Technical Officer Level 3 $55,690-$63,184 Canberra (PN: 24283) Closing Date: 2 July 2009 The Pharmacy
Department provides and manufactures a range of medications, and provides clinical pharmacy services to The
Canberra Hospital and Community Health clients. We are recruiting to the position of Pharmacy Purchasing Officer.
We are looking for an experienced individual to source and purchase best price medications and manage the
Pharmacy Inventory System. This position is also responsible for liaison with clients, pharmaceutical companies and
other areas of the Pharmacy in relation to purchasing and inventory management matters, and is required to
undertake general Technical Officer Level 2 Pharmacy Technician functions as needed operationally. This position
has line management responsibility for the Pharmacy purchasing and inventory system and Pharmacy Stores staff.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Minimum 3 years experience as a hospital pharmacy technician. 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




Pathology Services
Microbiology Office
Manager
Administrative Services Officer Class 4 $53,616-$58,213 Canberra (PN: 17508) Closing Date: 2 July 2009 ACT
Pathology is a department of The Canberra Hospital offering a diagnostic pathology service to the ACT and
surrounding region. It is also the teaching department for Pathology in the Australian National University Medical
School. The position of Office Manager will provide coordination, secretarial and reception support services to the
Director of Microbiology/Infectious Diseases. This will include administrative and clerical support tasks for the
Microbiology/Infectious Diseases area. Note: Applicants will be short listed on basis of written application and
referee reports, which should address the selection criteria. Applicants are asked to supply current curriculum vitae.
Short listed applicants may be required to attend a further assessment. Contact Officer: Peter Collignon or Karina
Kennedy (02) 6244 2105 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

Medical Imaging Trainee Sonographer Health Professional Level 3, $70,774 - $78,474, Canberra, PN 7581
Closing date: 02 July 2009 Duties: Under the broad direction of the deputy Director, Medical Imaging/Ultrasound: Be
responsible for Projection Radiography examinations conducted in the Medical Imaging Department, including the
supervision of subordinate staff, be responsible for Ultrasound examinations under the supervision of qualified
Sonographic staff. Provide clinical leadership and a mentoring role for Subordinate Radiographers and Radiography
Students. Communicate effectively with all stakeholders to optimise work practices within the Medical Imaging
Department. Assist with the ongoing evaluation of clinical processes to ensure effective, evidence-based patient
care, including the development of Projection Radiography and Ultrasound protocols. Be responsible for initiating
and planning research projects within the service Eligibility/other requirements: A Statement of Accreditation from
the Australian Institute of Radiography Eligible for registration with the ACT Medical Radiation Scientists Board.
Eligible for a Radiation Licence from the ACT Radiation Council. Registration with the Australian Sonographer
Accreditation Register as a Student Be enrolled in, or undertake to enrol in a recognised ASAR Graduate Course in
Medical Sonography Note: Part-time TTY 6201 6127 Contact Officer: Maisie Graham (02) 6201 6147 Selection
documentation may be obtained from Maisie Graham (02) 6201 6147 Apply: 07




CC: 1301-2606
                                             EMPLOYMENT
ACT PLANNING AND LAND AUTHORITY

Client Services Communications and Government Services Team Leader,
Governance, Minister's Office Coordination and FOI Coordination

Senior Officer Grade C/Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583-$88,168 Canberra (PN: 15183) Closing
Date: 9 July 2009 This position provides key coordination and executive support services in relation to ACTPLA's
senior executive committees and ACTPLA's community engagement functions. It also assists in the management
and coordination of Assembly matters for the Authority and undertakes Ministerial correspondence and FOI
processing. Note: This Senior Officer Grade C position maybe filled at the Administrative Service Officer Class 6
level, depending on the skills and experience of the successful applicant. This is a temporary vacancy for the period
ASAP to June 2010. Contact Officer: Vic Smorhun (02) 6205 5227 vic.smorhun@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


Applications must be sent to: actpla.hr@act.gov.au

CANBERRA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

CIT Executive Team Deputy Chief
Executive, Operations Strategic
Asset Planning Manager
Senior Officer Grade B $96,618-$108,766 Canberra (PN: 16760) Closing Date: 9 July 2009 Drive the medium to
long term development of CIT's key capital assets through the creation of an overarching development strategy.
Pursue the feasibility and business case requirements for the CIT Reid Campus Master Plan and other CIT asset
development projects. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Tertiary qualifications relevant to the position desirable.
Contact Officer: Peter Kowald (02) 6207 3114 peter.kowald@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 Central
Support Centre
Operations Manager
Senior Technical Officer Grade C $81,772-$88,168 Canberra (PN: 54156) Closing Date: 9 July 2009 Manage and
control campus operations including building and ground maintenance, security, safety and energy management.
Provide technical assistance and advice to the Manager of Facilities on Institute policies and undertake policy
development. Eligibility/Other Requirements: An associate diploma from an Australian Technical and Further
Education (TAFE) institution, or a comparable overseas qualification, which, in the opinion of the Chief Executive, is
appropriate to the duties of the office. Contact Officer: Ivan Radic (02) 6207 3521 ivan.radic@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
                                               EMPLOYMENT
Centre for Information Communication Technology
Senior Teaching Position
Senior Teaching Post $80,207 Canberra (PN: 51980) Closing Date: 9 July 2009 Counsel and advise students on
programs of study and other issues relevant to student effective participation in courses offered by the Centre.
Schedule classes and coordinate re-enrolment and enrolment processes for the Centre. Provide leadership in the
continuing development of recognition processes across the Centre. Coordinate and monitor consistency of delivery
and assessment on and off campus. Teach as required by the Education Manager up to the prescribed hours within
the award. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Appropriate tertiary qualifications or equivalent in Information Technology
or other relevant discipline as appropriate to teaching to Advance Diploma level. Five years or more of relevant
vocational/industrial/professional experience or possess such other qualifications and/or experience acceptable for
the position. Possess, or eligible to obtain, qualifications in Adult Education. Note: This position is temporary for a
2 year period with possible extensions up to 5 years. Contact Officer: Anne Cameron (02) 6207 4933
anne.cameron@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 Centre for Creative
Industries Music Senior
Teaching Position

Senior Teaching Post $80,207 Canberra (PN: 17291) Closing Date: 9 July 2009 Under general direction of the
Education Manager, undertake a range of functions directly related to educational delivery, including: Managing and
coordinating teams at an operational level, professional educational leadership in
developing/coordinating/monitoring educational delivery within the program, timetabling teachers (Part-time/Full-
time) for delivery. Liaising/negotiating with all staff in relation to agreed performance outcomes. Eligibility/Other
Requirements: A Degree or Diploma in Education. Three years experience in TAFE or similar environment. Note:
This is a part-time temporary vacancy at 29.40 hours per week, available from August 2009 for 6 months. Contact
Officer: Peter de Deckker (02) 6207 3769 peter.de.deckker@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 Science, Forensic and Engineering Centre
Mathematics and Computing in Engineering Teacher

Teacher Band 1 $55,719-$74,969 Canberra (PN: 51379& 52062) Closing Date: 9 July 2009 The Science, Forensic
and Engineering Centre of CIT is seeking individuals who have demonstrated professional knowledge and practical
skills appropriate to teaching mathematics and computing in engineering disciplines up to Associate Degree level.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Appropriate tertiary qualifications relevant to the teaching of mathematics and
computing in engineering and science and basic discipline subjects in engineering and/or science, or other relevant
discipline as appropriate to teaching Associate Degree level. Five years or more of relevant
vocational/industrial/professional experience or possess such other qualifications and/or experience acceptable for
the position. Possess, or eligible to obtain, qualifications in Adult Education.Note: There is a qualification barrier at
the sixth incremental point of the Teacher Band 1 salary scale. A Diploma of Adult Education (or equivalent) and
appropriate professional development is required for any teacher to be paid higher than the 6th salary point. These
positions are temporary full timefor a period of two years. Contact Officer: Douglas Lang (02) 6207 4033
douglas.lang@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



Executive Team Chief
Executive Office of the Chief
Executive Executive
Assistant
Administrative Services Officer Class 4 $53,616-$58,213 Canberra (PN: 14399)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
                                              EMPLOYMENT
Under general direction, provide comprehensive executive and administrative support services to the Office of the
Executive Director, Students and the Office of the Executive Director, Business Development and Industry
Engagement. This will include secretariat support, reception, preparation of documents, reports, submissions as well
as project and research support for the Executive Directors. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Experience working
within an educational institution would be advantageous. Contact Officer: Tracey Hayne (02) 6205 2795
tracey.hayne@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 DISABILITY, HOUSING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES

Office for Children Youth and Family Support
Care and Protection Team Leader

Health Professional Level 4 $81,772-$88,168 Canberra (PN: 07519, several) Closing Date: 9 July 2009 Manage a
team of Care and Protection workers to ensure quality outcomes for children and families, in accordance with
government policy and departmental standards and procedures. Implement and maintain culturally appropriate
casework and intervention using a range of techniques including crisis intervention and family support. Provide high
level reports, briefs and submissions. Provide advice on complex casework matters. Eligibility/Other Requirements:
Relevant tertiary qualifications and or experience in social work, psychology, social welfare or related discipline.
Minimum 5 years experience working with children, youth and/or families in a senior social work/case management
role. Proficiency with Microsoft programs and client database applications. Current driver's licence. Contact Officer:
Satnam Singh (02) 6207 6957 satnam.singh@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
Strategy and Purchasing Systems Senior
Project Officer

Senior Officer Grade C $81,772-$88,168 Canberra (PN: 07744) Closing Date: 9 July 2009 The position will
provide accurate and timely advice to the Executive Director and Senior Manager, undertake, coordinate and
support the preparation of complex submissions and project work. Specific projects will change over time, initially
work on developing a common assessment tool and other developments in relation to vulnerable families will be
the priority. The successful applicant will have excellent writing and project management skills, demonstrated
research and analytical skills with a strong customer service focus. Eligibility/Other Requirements: An
understanding and knowledge of the Office for Children, Youth and Family Support and its statutory role and the
Department of Disability, Housing and Community Services. Contact Officer: Austin Kenney (02) 6207 5385
austin.kenney@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.

Executive Schools Northside
Melba Copland Secondary School
Building Service Officer

Building Service Officer $37,315-$40,925 Canberra (PN: 01514) Closing Date: 9 July 2009 Supervise and monitor
the security of the school buildings, furniture, fittings and equipment. Maintain the school buildings and grounds in a
clean and tidy condition, with particular regard for safety and security hazards and where necessary organise
emergency repairs. Undertake minor repairs and maintenance to the buildings, grounds, fittings, furniture and
equipment. Assist with management of stores and supplies. Contact Officer: Pam Edwards (02) 6205 6709
pam.edwards@ed.act.edu.au
                                              EMPLOYMENT
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 THE ENVIRONMENT, CLIMATE CHANGE, ENERGY AND WATER

Office of the Chief Executive
Policy Water Senior Policy
Officer

Senior Officer Grade C $81,772-$88,168 Canberra (PN: 15707) Closing Date: 9 July 2009 This position is mainly
responsible for the coordination of the ACT's involvement and activities relating to the policy and management of
the Murray-Darling Basin and other inter-governmental water issues. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Relevant
tertiary qualifications and/or extensive experience in natural resource management, environmental science are
desirable. Contact Officer: Stewart Chapman (02) 6207 0290 stewart.chapman@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.

Victim Support ACT Victim
Support Case Manager
Health Professional Level 3 $70,774-$74,676 (Up to $78,474 on achieving a personal upgrade) Canberra (PN:
10198, expected vacancy) Closing Date: 9 July 2009 We are looking for a Social Worker or Psychologist with the
interest, energy and skill to work directly with people harmed by crime. You will have a strong commitment to client
service delivery and have high quality clinical and supervision skills. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Tertiary
qualifications in Psychology or Social Work with current ACT registration where applicable and/or eligible for
membership of the appropriate professional organisation are essential. Contact Officer: Margaret Ford (02) 6205
2434 margaret.ford@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 Independent
Competition and Regulatory Commission
Administrative Services Officer Class 4 $53,616-$58,213 Canberra (PN: 09310) Closing Date: 2 July 2009 The
Independent Competition and Regulatory Commission is an independent statutory authority set up to regulate prices
for regulated industries and to advise the ACT Government about industry matters. The Commission has
responsibility for licensing utility services and monitoring compliance with licence conditions. The Commission also
has responsibilities for the regulation of greenhouse gas emissions in the ACT. The Commission is looking for a
highly motivated person to provide office and executive support services. The successful candidate will need to be a
well organised person who has the ability to plan, prioritise and meet deadlines. The person will be required to liaise
with a range of stakeholders and should have a strong ability to communicate in written and oral form.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Experience in office administration and executive support is highly desirable. Note:
This is a temporary vacancy for up to 12 months. Contact Officer: Shelley Schreiner (02) 6205 2773 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
Business and Finance Services
Client Services Officer
Administrative Services Officer Class 4 $53,616-$58,213 Canberra (PN: 14691)
Closing Date: 9 July 2009
                                             EMPLOYMENT
Responsible for the tracking and maintenance of the Office of Regulatory Services (ORS) Fleet. Organise travel and
accommodation arrangements for all ORS staffs on interstate work duties. Reconcile all invoices from travel
expenses. Process applications and respond to inquiries regarding staff development and training courses.
Research external training courses not offered by the department. Process Boiler Pressure Vessel (BPV) payments.
Mail out BPV invoices and issue monthly inspection reminders. Part of the phone team answering calls on the ACT
Work Cover hotline. Maintain the ORS internal phone directory and government directory. Note: This is a temporary
vacancy available ASAP to 9 July 2010. Contact Officer: Penny Bartram (02) 6205 2136
penelope.bartram@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
Sheriff's Office Sheriff's Assistant

Administrative Services Officer Class 3 $48,103-$51,916 Canberra (PN: 43648) Closing Date: 9 July 2009
Applications are sought from persons interested in performing the duties of Sheriff's Assistant. Duties include
preparing court and jury rooms for hearings, maintaining security, executing and serving court orders in accordance
with legislation and guidelines, and preparing reports. People with high motivation, well developed communication
skills and a drive for striving to attain excellence in a team environment would be suited to this key role.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Applicants require a current driver's licence (C Class) and must be prepared to wear a
uniform as directed. All applicants will undergo a criminal history check. Contact Officer: Radmilla Andric (02) 6207
1374 radmilla.andric@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

Community and Infrastructure Services
ACT Property Group General Service
Officer
General Service Officer Level 3 $37,315-$38,776 Canberra (PN: 11290) Closing Date: 9 July 2009 Assist with the
delivery of building and facilities maintenance services. Provide support to teams working in other buildings and
facilities maintenance roles. Carry out inspections and audits on ACT Government assets. Assist in ensuring
compliance with the Team's organisational, legislative and legal obligations, including meeting relevant
requirements of Australian Standards. Contact Officer: Andrew Steele (02) 6213 0609 andrew.steele@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 Executive Records Services
Assistant Manager Records Services


Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583-$74,188 Canberra (PN: 17722) Closing Date: 9 July 2009 The
successful applicant will be required to manage the effective delivery of file management services to Record
Services customers. Manage and develop File Management team members. Provide expertise and advice to
ACT Record Services customers on a range of record management issues including compliance with relevant
legislation, policies and practices. Contact Officer: Olwen Conran (02) 6207 5798 olwen.conran@act.gov.au
                                            EMPLOYMENT
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

Economics and Investment Division
Legal and Insurance Policy Branch
Superannuation Projects Legal
Administrative Officer
Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583-$74,188 Canberra (PN: 17524) Closing Date: 9 July 2009 The
Division is responsible for the Investment Branch, the Superannuation Provision Account, Economic policy and
advice, Legal and Insurance Policy (including the ACT Insurance Authority) and the Federal Financial Relations Unit.
The Legal and Insurance Policy Branch provides advice on internal legal policy, insurance matters affecting the
broader communities, as well as providing general insurance and Risk Management advice to the ACT Community.
The Legal and Insurance Branch is also responsible for resolving the outstanding superannuation matters involving
Totalcare Industries Limited, the Australian International Hotel School and a growing number of ACT Government
Departments. The Project is looking for an experienced legal administrator who has highly developed
superannuation knowledge. This position is very dynamic and will be involved in a large number of settlements, and
as such will be required to assist the Director or Manager in a vast range of duties. Note: Selection may be made
based on application and referee reports only. Contact Officer: Sue Lebish (02) 6213 3203 sue.lebish@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



Appointments

ACT HEALTH Registered Nurse Level 1

$49,493-$66,877
Allana Carter 821-05585, Section68(1), 25 June 2009

Enrolled Nurse Level 1 $44,678-$47,889
Melissa Collins 821-05390, Section68(1), 1 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 5 $59,800-$63,409
Zi Dong 817-44174, Section68(1), 22 June 2009

Registered Nurse Level 1 $49,493-$66,877
Denise Gibson 821-04224, Section68(1), 17 June 2009

Enrolled Nurse Level 1 $44,678-$47,889
Rachel Morgan 739-66498, Section68(1), 9 July 2009

Enrolled Nurse Level 1 $44,678-$47,889
Ian Pullin 820-82889, Section68(1), 28 May 2009

Health Professional Level 3 $70,774-$78,474
Kathryn Alicia Storer 821-05606, Section68(1), 6 July 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 3 $48,103-$51,916
Teall Swift 821-07337, Section68(1), 15 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 2 $42,233-$46,832
Graham Robert Tooth 820-92884, Section68(1), 15 June 2009

Health Professional Level 4 - Sonographer $81,772-$88,168
Kylie Wilson 816-81169, Section68(1), 11 June 2009

CANBERRA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Administrative Services Officer Class 2 $42,233-$46,832
Kristen Ann Apps 820-79401, Section68(1), 9 June 2009


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                                          EMPLOYMENT
Administrative Services Officer Class 3 $48,103-$51,916
Sheree Anne Billingham 820-77537, Section68(1), 11 June 2009

Teacher Band 1 $55,719-$74,969
Brett Jason Butler 817-47228, Section68(1), 22 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 2/3 $42,233-$51,916
Elisa Guarino 820-79284, Section68(1), 10 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 2 $42,233-$46,832
Nigel Johnson 820-79428, Section68(1), 15 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 2/3 $42,233-$51,916
Siew Choon Koh 820-81421, Section68(1), 5 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 2 $42,233-$46,832
Kirsten McDonald 820-77529, Section68(1), 9 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 2/3 $42,233-$51,916
Lauren McLeish 820-79436, Section68(1), 5 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 2 $42,233-$46,832
Jade Pike 820-81448, Section68(1), 9 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 2/3 $42,233-$51,916
Christa Sadler 820-76745, Section68(1), 5 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 2/3 $42,233-$51,916
Kym Sturgiss 820-71522, Section68(1), 5 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 2 $42,233-$46,832
Md Atik Ullah 820-74563, Section68(1), 10 June 2009


DEPARTMENT OF DISABILITY, HOUSING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES

Health Professional Level 3 $70,774-$78,474
Penny Bridges 820-94652, Section68(1), 15 June 2009

Health Professional Level 3 $70,774-$78,474
Alan Dowds 820-94265, Section68(1), 15 June 2009

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING

School Assistant 2 $35,912-$39,824
Sharyn Herold 817-98076, Section68(1), 12 June 2009

Senior Officer Grade B $96,618-$108,766
David James Miller 821-05948, Section68(1), 16 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 4 $53,616-$58,213
Katy Penglis 787-54443, Section68(1), 25 June 2009

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND COMMUNITY SAFETY

Administrative Services Officer Class 3 $48,103-$51,916
Nipa Mary D'Costa 820-99787, Section68(1), 11 June 2009

DEPARTMENT OF TERRITORY AND MUNICIPAL SERVICES

Bus Operator - Training $41,457-$59,272
Peter Clark 140034, Section68(1), 12 June 2009

Bus Operator - Training $41,457-$59,272
Declan Curtis 140026, Section68(1), 12 June 2009

Bus Operator - Training $41,457-$59,272
Terrence Hunt 140028, Section68(1), 12 June 2009 592
                                              EMPLOYMENT

Administrative Services Officer Class 3 $48,103-$51,916
Sean Robert Kelly 821-07556, Section68(1), 22 June 2009

Bus Operator - Training $41,457-$59,272
Daniel Ritchie 140069, Section68(1), 12 June 2009


DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY Senior

Officer Grade B $96,618-$108,766
Srimal Abeysekera 820-83339, Section68(1), 11 June 2009

Administrative Services Officer Class 4 $53,616-$58,213
Christian Germain Lignieres 820-83195, Section68(1), 25 June 2009
Transfers
ACT HEALTH

Marina Kositcin: 749-68807
From: Registered Nurse Level 2 $$73,919 ACT Health To:
Registered Nurse Level 2 $$73,919 ACT Health, Canberra (PN.
29941) (Gazette No. 20, 21 May 2009)


DEPARTMENT OF DISABILITY, HOUSING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES

Dulcie Ritchie: 791-29164
From: Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $71,423 Department of Justice and Community Safety To:
Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $71,423 Department of Disability, Housing and Community Services,
Canberra (PN. 15638) (Gazette No. 46, 20 November 2008)



DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT, CLIMATE CHANGE, ENERGY AND WATER

Maureen Ann Wurl-Purcell: 710-29345
From: $64,709-$71,635 Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry To: Administrative Services Officer
Class 6 $74,188 Department of the Environment, Climate Change, Energy and Water, Canberra (PN. 17084)
(Gazette No. 11, 19 March 2009)




       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.
                                                 EMPLOYMENT

‘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;
An officer may also appeal a promotion if:
      •                        is a an
                  the officer was promotee, where the promotion is one of a number of promotions at the same level
      applicantafor the position;
      made in selection process, and the officer believes someone may lodge an appeal against their promotion.
      and officer may appeal against all or any of the other promotees. These appeals are usually called ‘protective
      The
      •
      appeals’, the are treated the same as other appeals.
                  and
      promotion/temporary
      performance is to any
Any suitably qualified officer may also appeal a promotion if the vacancy that has been filled was not advertised.
      classification with a
      maximum salary that is less
An appeal cannot be made where:
      •
      than the minimum salary of
                  a promotion decision is made by an unanimous recommendation of a Joint Selection Committee
      a classification equivalent Act or agency Collective Agreements; or
      established under the PSM
      •
      to a Senior Officer Grade
                  the position is filled from outside the ACTPS, i.e. an appointment (including filling the position by
      C.
      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/
                                             EMPLOYMENT
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.
                                          EMPLOYMENT
ACT HEALTH

Corporate Services Financial
Management Revenue and
Financial Support Joyce
Holmes: 261-50074
From: Administrative Services Officer Class 2/3 $42,233-$51,916
ACT Health To: Administrative Services Officer Class 4
$53,616-$58,213 ACT Health, Canberra (PN. 01962) (Gazette
No. 18, 7 May 2009)

Community Health Child, Youth
and Women's Health Jodie Huet:
752-27496
From: Registered Nurse Level 2 $69,614-$73,919 ACT Health To:
†Health Professional Level 4 $81,772-$88,168 ACT Health,
Canberra (PN. 25952) (Gazette No. 16, 23 April 2009)


Community Health Lorreli Gai
Newton: 741-08612
From: Dental Assistant - Qualified $42,238-$49,707 ACT Health To:
Health Professional Level 3 $70,774-$78,474 ACT Health, Canberra
(PN. 26927) (Gazette No. 1, 8 January 2009)


Capital Region Cancer Service
Hospital Based Services
Administration Amanda
O'Connor: 786-46303
From: Registered Nurse Level 1 $49,493-$66,877 ACT Health To:
†Registered Nurse Level 3.1 $80,016-$83,308 ACT Health,
Canberra (PN. 03644) (Gazette No. 18, 7 May 2009)


CALVARY HEALTH CARE ACT

Nursing Human
Resources Katrina
Cubit:
From: Registered Nurse Level 1 $49,493 - $66,877 Calvary Health Care ACT To:
Registered Nurse Level 3 $80,016 - $83,308 Calvary Health Care ACT Human
Resources, Canberra (PN. 7543) (19 14 May 2009)

CC: 1301-2606

Nursing Human
Resources Peter
Hogan:
From: Registered Nurse Level 1 $49,493 - $66,877 Calvary Health Care ACT To:
Registered Nurse Level 3 $80,016 - $83,308 Calvary Health Care ACT Human
Resources, Canberra (PN. 7543) (19 14 May 2009)

CC: 1301-2606

Nursing Emergency
Department Steven
Thompson:
From: Registered Nurse Level 1 $49,493 - $66,877 Calvary Health Care ACT To:
Registered Nurse Level 2 $69,614 - $73,919 Emergency Department Calvary Health Care
ACT, Canberra (PN. 7194) (22 04 June 2009)

CC: 1301-2606




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                                           EMPLOYMENT
Allied Health
Occupational Therapy
Michael Malcomess:
From: Health Professional Level 4 $81,772 - $88,168 To: Health Professional Level 5
$96,618 - $108,766 Calvary Health Care ACT Occupational Therapy Calvary Health
Care ACT, Canberra (PN. 8445) (18 07 May 2009)

CC: 1301-2606

ACT PLANNING AND LAND AUTHORITY

Planning Services
Development Policy
Christopher Beer: 816-79704
From: Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583-$74,188 ACT Planning and Land
Authority To: †Senior Professional Officer Grade C $81,772-$88,168 ACT Planning and
Land Authority, Canberra (PN. 05429) (Gazette No. 17, 30 April 2009)


CHIEF MINISTER’S DEPARTMENT

Policy Division Economic, Regional and
Planning Branch Anastasia Chan:
793-38492
From: Administrative Services Officer Class 5 $59,800-$63,409 Department of
Treasury To: †Senior Officer Grade C $81,772-$88,168 Chief Minister's
Department, Canberra (PN. 14766) (Gazette No. 14, 9 April 2009)


DEPARTMENT OF DISABILITY, HOUSING AND COMMUNITY SERVICES

Housing and Community Services Social
Housing and Homelessness Services Social
Housing and Homelessness Timothy Peter
Arkley-Smith: 777-84173
From: Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583-$74,188 Department of Disability, Housing and
Community Services To: †Senior Officer Grade C $81,772-$88,168 Department of Disability, Housing and
Community Services, Canberra (PN. 17385) (Gazette No. 6, 12 February 2009)



Housing and Community Services Social
Housing and Homelessness Services Fiona
Jane Doyle: 792-35397
From: Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583-$74,188 Department of Disability, Housing and
Community Services To: †Senior Officer Grade C $81,772-$88,168 Department of Disability, Housing and
Community Services, Canberra (PN. 29608) (Gazette No. 6, 12 February 2009)



Office of Children, Youth and Family Support
Youth Directorate Bimberi Youth Justice
Centre Leanne Rourke: 799-87425

From: Administrative Services Officer Class 4 $53,616-$58,213 Department of Disability, Housing and
Community Services To: Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583 Department of Disability, Housing
and Community Services, Canberra (PN. 03519) (Gazette No. 39, 2 October 2008)



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Schools Northern Kingsford
Smith School Michelle Evette
Kerin: 787-45950
From: School Assistant 2 $35,912-$39,824
Department of Education and Training
                                           EMPLOYMENT
To: Administrative Services Officer Class 4 $53,616-$58,213 Department of Education and Training,
Canberra (PN. 15960) (Gazette No. 47, 27 November 2008)

Business Improvement Services Governance,
Regulation and Risk Directorate Governance
and Legal Liaison Robyn Lewis: 800-76899

From: Senior Officer Grade C $81,772-$88,168 Department of Education and Training To:
†Senior Officer Grade B $96,618-$108,766 Department of Education and Training, Canberra
(PN. 17090) (Gazette No. 12, 26 March 2009)


Schools Southern Lake
Tuggeranong College
Marilyn McInnes: 737-5773
From: Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583-$74,188 Department of Education and
Training To: †Senior Officer Grade C $81,772 Department of Education and Training, Canberra
(PN. 33795) (Gazette No. 8, 26 February 2009)


Execuitve Schools
Northern Nancy O'Brien:
033-20173
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. 03630) (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.



Education and Training
Schools Northern Canberra
Hawker College Simon
Olivero: 716-04362
From: School Leader C $86,463 Department of Education and Training To: †School Leader B $92,407
Department of Education and Training, Canberra (PN. 04130) (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.



Executive School Central Sarah
Elizabeth Reece: 766-23060

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. 09434) (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

ACT Corrective Services
Custodial Operations
Alexander Maconochie Centre
Robert Alexander: 747-86958
From: Correctional Officer Class 1 $48,650-$58,380 Department of Justice and Community Safety To:
†Correctional Officer Class 2 $61,305-$65,805 Department of Justice and Community Safety, Canberra (PN.
11326) (Gazette No. 9, 5 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.
                                            EMPLOYMENT
Office of Regulatory Services
Compliance Parking
Operations Craig Allen:
607-92724
From: Administrative Services Officer Class 2 $42,233-$46,832 Department of Justice and Community Safety To:
†Administrative Services Officer Class 4 $53,616-$58,213 Department of Justice and Community Safety,
Canberra (PN. 11835) (Gazette No. 12, 26 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.



ACT Corrective Services
Custodial Operations Alexander
Maconochie Centre Jane Mary
McCarthy: 508-09975
From: Correctional Officer Class 1 $48,650-$58,380 Department of Justice and Community Safety To:
†Correctional Officer Class 2 $61,305-$65,805 Department of Justice and Community Safety, Canberra (PN.
13720) (Gazette No. 9, 5 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.



ACT Corrective Services
Custodial Operations
Alexander Maconochie Centre
Michael O'Regan: 816-85610
From: Correctional Officer Class 1 $48,650-$58,380 Department of Justice and Community Safety To:
†Correctional Officer Class 2 $61,305-$65,805 Department of Justice and Community Safety, Canberra (PN.
13721) (Gazette No. 9, 5 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.




Corrigenda
CANBERRA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Theresa Petronella Rand: 791-69764
From: Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583-$74,188 Department of Justice and Community Safety
(correct previous agency) To: Administrative Services Officer Class 6 $64,583-$74,188 Canberra Institute of
Technology, Canberra (PN. 55548) (Gazette No. 6, 12 February 2009)
                            Australian Capital Territory Gazette   No. 25, 25 June 2009
                                          EMPLOYMENT
       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



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                            Published for the ACT Executive by Publishing Services.
                                 © Australian Capital Territory, Canberra, 2009

								
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