Casual Register - Health, Science, Laboratory and Animal Studies Areas


General Support Officers
Casual

Closes: 24 December 2020

Classification: General Services Officer Level 2, 3 and 4
Salary: $47,623 - $52,858 plus superannuation
Position No: Casual Register - Health, Science, Laboratory and Animal Studies Areas
Directorate: Canberra Institute of Technology
Advertised (Gazettal date): 06 February 2020
Contact Officer: Shellie Flatt on michelle.flatt@cit.edu.au or (02) 6205 1911


Canberra Institute of Technology’s Health, Community and Science College at CIT Bruce Campus maintains a register of General Service Officer Level 2, 3 and 4 in the Health, Science, Laboratory and Animal Studies areas.

Please note that eligible candidates will only be contacted when positions become available.

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

Areas of employment include one or more of the following disciplines:

  • Animal care
  • Laboratory and
  • Health.

Under general direction, assist in the animal care operations within CIT Health, Community and Science College by:

  • Assisting in general maintenance and storage of equipment and consumables, including care of animals in animal studies area.
  • Supporting teaching staff in the animal studies area to monitor students, ensuring student and animal safety.
  • Assisting with general administrative duties as required by the Head of Department.
  • Ensure all interactions of the department are consistent with the CIT cultural traits (Customer Centric, Professionalism, Collaborative, Trusted, Adaptable, Accountable and Inspirational).
  • Model the ACT Public Service values and signature behaviours.
  • Create an environment that values and utilises the contribution of others.
  • Ability to work flexible hours.

And/or

Under general direction, assist in the laboratory and health operations within CIT Health, Community and Science College by:

  • Assisting with the general planning and management of classes which may include setting up and clearing practical classes in a range of learning environments.
  • Supporting teaching and technical staff to maintain laboratory and classroom safety and cleanliness.
  • Assisting with general administrative duties as required by the Head of Department.
  • Ensure all interactions of the department are consistent with the CIT cultural traits (Customer Centric, Professionalism, Collaborative, Trusted, Adaptable, Accountable and Inspirational).
  • Model the ACT Public Service values and signature behaviours.
  • Create an environment that values and utilises the contribution of others.
  • Ability to work flexible hours.

SKILLS, EXPERIENCE AND APTITUDE RANKED IN ORDER

  1. Experience in one of the following industries:
  • Animal Care
  • Laboratory
  • Health

A certificate III or above in a relevant discipline is desirable.

  1. Good communication skills and proven ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  2. Demonstrated ability to model the CIT cultural traits and ACT Public Services values, knowledge of and the ability to work in accordance with, and implement CIT policy and principles, including the respect, equity and diversity (RED) framework, work health and safety (WHS) and workplace participation.

Note: A register of suitable applicants will be maintained and will be used to fill casual vacancies which may occur until the end of calendar year.

Please note that eligible candidates will only be contacted when positions become available.

How to apply: Interested applicants should submit a one-page application stating your experience, qualifications and knowledge against the SKILLS, EXPERIENCE AND APTITUDE of the position along with a current curriculum vitae.

Applications should be sent to the Head of Department Shellie Flatt - michelle.flatt@cit.edu.au

Career interest categories:

Education, Teaching and Training
Graduates, trainees and apprentices
Healthcare, Medical and Allied Services
Trades, Maintenance and Horticulture