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All applications must be submitted to Shared Services.
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The ACT Education and Training Directorate is seeking applications from suitably qualified teachers for casual, temporary and permanent employment in 2013-2014 across all learning areas through the centralised recruitment round. Full-time and part-time positions will be offered to successful applicants based on school staffing needs.
The ACT’s co-educational and non-selective public schools offer exciting teaching opportunities for enthusiastic teachers. The ACT recruits high quality staff who are provided with excellent professional learning and development and career opportunities. Schools in Canberra offer a range of different educational settings including early childhood, primary, middle, secondary and special schools. Particular areas of need include early childhood education, languages, mathematics, science, special education, student support, and technology.
To find out more about teaching in the ACT and to register your pre-employment details to receive an application package please follow this link Classroom Teacher Registration-ACT Education and Training http://www.det.act.gov.au/employment/teach_in_canberra/recruitment
Eligibility/Other Requirements: A minimum of four years full-time (or equivalent) tertiary study leading to the award of a recognised school teaching qualification. Current full teaching registration with the ACT Teacher Quality Institute (or eligibility for teacher registration with the ACT Teacher Quality Institute).
Note: These positions will commence on the 27 January 2014. Ongoing vacancies will continue to be advertised on www.jobs.act.gov.au for local selection by individual schools throughout the year.
Prior to commencing in this role, a current registration issued under the Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act 2011 may be required.
For further information on Working With Vulnerable people registration refer to - http://www.ors.act.gov.au/community/working_with_vulnerable_people.
Contact Officer: Kratai Visityuthasart (02) 6205 8034 firstname.lastname@example.org
Shared Services Information and Communication Technology(ICT) is a part of the Commerce and Works Directorate within the ACT Public Service and manages many of the whole-of-government ICT business systems, as well as controlling critical ICT infrastructure on behalf of the ACT Government.
The Shared Services ICT Traineeship Program aims to attract, develop ICT knowledge and competencies and retain the best performers at the end of the Traineeship Program through merit based entry level recruitment. The target audience will be mainly young school leavers, who have completed Year 10, 11 and 12 (in flying colours), as well as those older workers who are keen to have a career in ICT.
Whether you are leaving school or looking to change careers, the ICT Traineeship Program will:
• help you establish a career as an ICT professional;
• help you to obtain a Certificate IV and Diploma in an ICT specialist stream. These are nationally accredited qualifications in ICT;
• provide great working conditions and exciting places to work as Shared Services ICT is one of the largest and most diverse ICT work environments in Australia;
• provide access to online learning and industry courses; and
• help you gain experience in the latest industry practices and whole of government ICT functions.
There will be several positions available as an IT Trainee (commencing salary is $40,974 per annum), including at least one position, which is an ‘identified’ ATSI position (that is, only those applicants who have an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander background may be appointed to that position).
Specifically, we are looking for individuals who are able to demonstrate the following qualities and achievements:
• Demonstrated interest in ICT and the ability and motivation to complete a tertiary ICT training program;
• An ability to provide good customer service;
• Good oral and written communication skills;
• Inquisitive and good at problem solving; and
• Enjoy working as a team member; and
• Completed Year 10, 11 and 12 with excellent results.
The Traineeship Program is for a formal training and on the job development program, with a two year probationary period:
• Formal training requirements: The formal educational component will be delivered by a Registered Training Organisation. During the two year training program ICT trainees will undertake a Certificate IV, including ICT fundamentals, and Diploma in an ICT specialist stream. Trainees will be required to attend classes and apply their learning and knowledge on the job.
• On the job activities: These are designed and managed by Shared Services ICT managers in consultation with Strategic HR. The activities will be task focused and designed to maximise the application of the formal learning on the job as described in the Trainee’s Job Description plus regular performance reviews and feedback.
• Promotion to a suitable available position: Upon successful completion of the Traineeship Program ICT trainees will be promoted to a suitable available position in Shared Services ICT.
Position description and selection criteria PDF (113 kb) or RTF (246 kb)
Applications Open: 7 May 2013
Applications Close: 27 May 2013
Interviews commence: 11 June 2013
Offers made: End-June 2013
Traineeship commences: Mid-July 2013
If you are interested in becoming an ICT Trainee and would like to submit an application please check the above timeframe for the applications submission date.
Applications are to be submitted to: email@example.com
Your application should include:
• a cover letter that details why you want to be an ICT Trainee, including why you think you would be suited to being an ACT Government ICT Trainee;
• a statement of claims addressing the selection criteria on the ICT Trainee job description;
• a summary of your relevant work, community and sports involvement and achievement; and
• a photocopy of your school result transcripts or a resume of your previous work history.
If you need more information or a need for a specific inquiry please contact Danielle Rutter on (02) 6207 8107 or email SSICTTrainees@act.gov.au.
Canberra Institute of Technology's Fit & Well Fitness Facility at CIT Bruce Campus is seeking fitness professionals to apply to the 2013 temporary/casual employment register for available positions as gymnasium attendants.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Certificate IV in Fitness and at least twelve months professional experience would be an advantage.
Note: Application forms for the Temporary/Casual Employment Register are available at http://cit.edu.au/about/employment/
Contact Officer: Richard Burgess (02) 6207 3879 firstname.lastname@example.org
The ACT Law Courts and Tribunal has established a temporary employment register for people interested in obtaining non-ongoing employment undertaking administrative work at the ASO2 and ASO3 levels. ACT Public Service terms and conditions will apply to any employment. The register expires at the end of April and October each year. To remain on the register you will need to re-apply. If you are interested in being placed on our Temporary Employment Register, please email your resume to: ACTLCT.Tempregister@act.gov.au
Contact Details: Temporary Employment Register Manager (02) 6207 1054 ACTLCT.Tempregister@act.gov.au
Want to be the first in line for casual teaching positions at Canberra Institute of Technology? The Canberra Institute of Technology is a multi-discipline, multi campus educational facility catering for the vocational, educational and training needs of the ACT and surrounding regions. Applications are invited from qualified, experienced and energetic people to register for Casual Teaching opportunities in 2013. Join the CIT Casual Teacher Register now!
Note: All current CIT Casual Teachers MUST re-apply for employment opportunities in 2013.
Salary Range: $51.01 per hour non teacher rate and $80.77 per hour teaching rate
Visit: www.cit.edu.au/jobs to complete a Casual Teaching Application Form.
Contact for further information: Johnelle Teague (02) 6207 3623 email@example.com
Shared Services maintains a temporary employment register for people interested in obtaining non-ongoing employment. This register is used to select staff for employment for up to six months in either a full time or part time capacity. The register expires in June and December of each year. To remain on the register you need to re-apply.
Vacancies that arise may include:
Further information: http://www.sharedservices.act.gov.au/docs/Temporary-Register.pdf
Contact: Shared Services Strategic HR and Corporate Team by email SharedServicesStrategicHRandCorporate@act.gov.au or phone (02) 6205 3144
CIT's Nursing Program is seeking registered nurses who have currency in acute care to work as clinical placement assessors for students undertaking the Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled) course. Please note that this is a non-teaching, supervisory position for student clinical placements.
Eligibility/Other Requirements: Applicants must be a Registered Nurse currently registered to practice with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA).
Contact Officer: Lily Muthurajah (02) 6205 7381 firstname.lastname@example.org
People who are interested in temporary employment as Administrative Service Officers, Senior Officers, Professional Officers or Technical Officers with the Environmental and Sustainable Development Directorate 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: Strategic HR (02) 6207 1941