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Research Fellow
Australian National University
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Classification: ANU Academic Level BSalary package: $99,809 - $113,165 per annum plus 17% superannuationTerm: Full time, Fixed Term (3 years) Position overview The ANU College of Asia and the Pa...

Classification: ANU Academic Level B
Salary package: $99,809 - $113,165 per annum plus 17% superannuation
Term: Full time, Fixed Term (3 years)

Position overview

The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific (CAP) leads intellectual engagement with the Asia-Pacific region through research, teaching and contributions to public debate, and seeks to set the international standard for scholarship concerning the region.

Crawford School of Public Policy is one of the world’s leading public policy schools. It has core expertise in development, governance, environment and economics, combined with interdisciplinary strengths and an Asia Pacific focus.

More about Crawford: http://crawford.anu.edu.au/

The Research Fellow will take a lead role in building a farm-scale dynamic simulation model as a core part of the ARC funded Linkage Project titled: “Integrated Farm Modelling to Improve Resilience and Sustainable Prosperity.” This position is fully dedicated to the ARC funded Linkage Project, located out of the Crawford School, but with collaboration with the Research School of Biology at ANU, the University of Technology Sydney, the National Australia Bank and the Economics of Land Development project of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).

You will be critical focal point of the project, attending interviews with farmers and key financial institutions, collecting data to feed into the model, developing the equations and code for the model, and calibration and testing of the model. You will also take the lead on several publications specifically related to the modelling methods and results coming out of this project and contribute to those publications that others lead.

For further information, please contact Professor Robert Costanza, VC's Chair in Public Policy, E: robert.costanza@anu.edu.au

ANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities.

Application information

In order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents:

  • A statement addressing the selection criteria; and
  • A current curriculum vitae (CV) which includes the names and contact details of at least three referees (preferably including a current or previous supervisor). If your CV does not include referees you can complete these online when prompted in the application form.

Applications which do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for the position.

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GAZ - EL2 - ACT - Superintendent Fleet Engineering
Department of Home Affairs
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Location Icon Canberra, Australian Capital Territory

Who can apply: Please note this opportunity is available to current Australian Public Service employees and all eligible members of the community.About the Department of Home Affairs: Be part o...

Who can apply:
Please note this opportunity is available to current Australian Public Service employees and all eligible members of the community.

About the Department of Home Affairs:
Be part of something bigger: contribute to building a secure Australia that is prosperous, open and united.
Join a connected team of professionals, where you can be your authentic self; grow your career while making time for all parts of your life.

The Department of Home Affairs is a central policy agency, providing coordinated strategy and policy leadership for Australia's national and transport security, federal law enforcement, criminal justice, cyber security, border, immigration, multicultural affairs, emergency management and trade related functions.

The Department of Home Affairs includes the entirety of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection. It also includes national security, emergency management and criminal justice functions from the Attorney-General's Department; the Office of Transport Security from the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development; multicultural affairs from the Department of Social Services; and the counter-terrorism coordination and cyber security policy functions from the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Overview of Branch and Section:

The Australian Border Force (ABF) is an operationally independent body under the Home Affairs Portfolio. The ABF is responsible for operational activity that supports the Australian Government’s border protection, investigations, compliance, detention and enforcement functions.

Within the ABF, Air and Marine Capability Branch (AMCB) is responsible for the capability management of a fleet of air and marine surveillance, patrol and response assets. Our capabilities include ocean going patrol boats, shallow water and coastal response vessels and contracted aircraft. AMCB operates in a complex, challenging and changing environment that is characterised by a continual high tempo of operations.

The Fleet Engineering Section is responsible for the delivery of engineering advice and services to ensure the ABF’s fleet of maritime patrol and response assets are maintained in accordance with overarching safety, operational and regulatory requirements. This includes large hull vessels including (Ocean Shield), the Bay Class vessels, the eight Cape Class Patrol Boats and 33 Small Vessels. The Fleet Engineering team is also responsible for providing engineering input into future ABF marine capability projects, including vessel acquisitions.

About the role:

The Superintendent, Fleet Engineering, will assume responsibility for leading a team of technical marine engineering staff to ensure the ABF Fleet is operational. External candidates only may negotiate salary, any offer remains at the agency’s discretion. Allowances may apply to any successful candidate

Our ideal candidate:

You will bring a high level of technical marine engineering understanding as well as strong communication and management skills. Our ideal candidate will contribute to developing organisational objectives and support their team to successfully achieve them. This position leads a complex client environment, responding and engaging with client requests and working across the ABF in order to develop high quality, robust solutions that deliver outcomes. Our ideal candidate will be personable and able to work with a wide variety of stakeholders and industry partners. You will be organised and remain sharply focused on delivering outcomes. You are comfortable with complexity and ambiguity, yet able to navigate and remain effective in a busy and evolving environment without constant supervision or direction. Our ideal candidate will have the ability to explain solutions in business terms, establish rapport and persuade others.

Specific duties/responsibilities :

  • Provide engineering services including Engineering Change Proposals; Requests for Deviation; Repair Plans and Engineering reviews
  • Manage the Technical Support Network
  • Award technical authority for sea going engineers
  • Provide high level advice, reports and services to the Minister and the ABF Executive
  • Lead, direct and be accountable for the performance of a team
  • Availability for interstate travel is essential to performing the role, as is working out of hours as required.

Role requirements/qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Marine Engineering or an equivalent technical qualification, or marine professional accreditation with the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST)
  • Strong stakeholder liaison and relationship management skills
  • Strong verbal and written briefing and communication skills
  • Possess or able to obtain and maintain a Baseline security clearance
  • A minimum of ten year’s marine engineering experience, with sea-time in a senior role, is highly desirable.

If you think this role sounds like you and you’d like to work in a friendly, high quality team then the Australian Border Force welcomes your application.

Applicant response:

As part of your application, you will be required to prepare a response document (minimum 11pt font in MSWord or PDF format), which you will upload in the next section.

Please ensure you read the instructions carefully, noting failure to address identified requirements may lead to your application being deemed ineligible.

Please prepare a response of one to two pages (max. 1000 words) detailing:

  • how your skills, knowledge and experience will be relevant to this role
  • why you are interested in the role and what you can offer us and
  • any specific examples or achievements that demonstrate your ability to perform the role.

How to apply:
You are required to submit your application in Home Affairs’ online recruitment system (ourPeople). Prior to preparing your response it is recommended you review the Work Level Standards relevant to the classification you are applying to.

It may also be useful to refer to the Integrated Leadership System information relevant to the classification.
As part of your application you will need to provide:

  • Your CV
  • Details of two referees
  • Your Applicant Response document that details how your skills, knowledge and qualifications make you the best person for the role.

Eligibility:
To be eligible to work with the Department of Home Affairs you must:

  • Be an Australian Citizen
  • Fulfil the Department’s minimum requirements by satisfactorily answering all screening questions during the application process
  • Obtain and maintain the required AGSVA clearance
  • Obtain and maintain a current Employment Suitability Clearance
  • Undergo a health assessment (where applicable).

Mandatory (and where applicable, role specific) screening questions are used within the application to ensure all successful applicants meet these minimum requirements of the Department.

Notes :
Remuneration: The Department offers an attractive remuneration package, including salary, superannuation benefits and flexible working conditions appropriate to the level of the position.

Information about employment in the Department of Home Affairs, and advice on how to apply for vacancies can be obtained from the department’s website at http://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/about/careers-recruitment

If you are experiencing problems submitting your application online, please email the nature of the issues you are experiencing to recruitment at recruitment@homeaffairs.gov.au . A response will be sent during business hours.

If you have identified as having a disability, please indicate whether you require any support throughout the selection process. For further information please contact Recruitment: recruitment@homeaffairs.gov.au

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GAZ - EL2 - ACT - Superintendent - Cape Class Patrol Boats In-Service Support
Department of Home Affairs
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Who can apply: Please note this opportunity is available to current Australian Public Service employees and all eligible members of the community.About the Department of Home Affairs: Be part o...

Who can apply:
Please note this opportunity is available to current Australian Public Service employees and all eligible members of the community.

About the Department of Home Affairs:
Be part of something bigger: contribute to building a secure Australia that is prosperous, open and united.
Join a connected team of professionals, where you can be your authentic self; grow your career while making time for all parts of your life.

The Department of Home Affairs is a central policy agency, providing coordinated strategy and policy leadership for Australia's national and transport security, federal law enforcement, criminal justice, cyber security, border, immigration, multicultural affairs, emergency management and trade related functions.

The Department of Home Affairs includes the entirety of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection. It also includes national security, emergency management and criminal justice functions from the Attorney-General's Department; the Office of Transport Security from the Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development; multicultural affairs from the Department of Social Services; and the counter-terrorism coordination and cyber security policy functions from the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Overview of the Branch and Section:

The Australian Border Force (ABF) is an operationally independent body under the Home Affairs Portfolio. The ABF is responsible for operational activity that supports the Australian Government’s border protection, investigations, compliance, detention and enforcement functions.

Within the ABF, Air and Marine Capability Branch (AMCB) is responsible for the capability management of a fleet of air and marine surveillance, patrol and response assets. Our capabilities include ocean going patrol boats, shallow water and coastal response vessels and contracted aircraft. AMCB operates in a complex, challenging and changing environment that is characterised by a continual high tempo of operations.

The Cape Class Patrol Boat In-Service Support Section is responsible for the In-Service Support of eight Cape Class Patrol Boats. This includes ensuring that planned and emergent maintenance activity is completed to budgetary and operational requirements in accordance with the overarching technical and regulatory framework.

About the role:

As the Superintendent of the Cape Class Patrol Boat In-Service Support Section you will lead a diverse and distributed team of Ship and Contract Managers responsible for the provision of and the management of high-risk, high-value contracts for the eight Cape Class Patrol Boats.

Our ideal candidates:

The Department is looking for a leader who enjoy working in a rapidly evolving and forward thinking environment with a maritime and/or high-risk, high-value contracts experience, preferably in a maritime or operational environment. Our ideal candidates will contribute to developing organisational objectives and support their teams to successfully achieve them.

The Superintendent leads a complex client environment, responding and engaging with client requests and working across the ABF in order to develop high quality, robust solutions that deliver outcomes. You will be personable and able to work with a wide variety of stakeholders and industry partners. You will be organised and remain sharply focused on delivering outcomes. You are comfortable with complexity and ambiguity, yet able to navigate and remain effective in a busy and evolving environment without constant supervision or direction. You will have the ability to explain solutions in business terms, establish rapport and persuade others.

Specific duties/responsibilities:

  • Manage timely services for the ABF fleet
  • Manage high risk-high value contracts
  • Balance high volumes of planned, urgent and unforeseen emergent work
  • Provide high level advice, reports and services to the Minister and the ABF Executive
  • Lead, direct and be accountable for the performance of a diverse and distributed team
  • Availability for interstate travel is essential to performing the role, as is working out of hours as required.

Role requirements/qualifications:

  • Qualifications and experience in high risk-high value contracts and large budget management
  • Demonstrated ability in managing teams and strong communication and written skills
  • Operational or Operational Support experience in a maritime and/or aviation environment, is highly desirable
  • Experience in undertaking a similar role(s) is highly desirable.

If you think this role sounds like you and you’d like to work in a friendly, high quality team then the Australian Border Force welcomes your application.

Applicant response:

As part of your application, you will be required to prepare a response document (minimum 11pt font in MSWord or PDF format), which you will upload in the next section. Please ensure you read the instructions carefully, noting failure to address identified requirements may lead to your application being deemed ineligible.

Prepare a response of one to two pages (max. 1000 words) detailing:

  • how your skills, knowledge and experience will be relevant to this role;
  • why you are interested in the role and what you can offer us; and
  • any specific examples or achievements that demonstrate your ability to perform the role.

How to apply:
You are required to submit your application in Home Affairs’ online recruitment system (ourPeople). Prior to preparing your response it is recommended you review the Work Level Standards relevant to the classification you are applying to. It may also be useful to refer to the Integrated Leadership System information relevant to the classification.


As part of your application you will need to provide:

  • your CV
  • details of two referees
  • your Applicant Response document.

Eligibility:
To be eligible to work with the Department of Home Affairs you must:

  • Be an Australian Citizen
  • Fulfil the Department’s minimum requirements by satisfactorily answering all screening questions during the application process
  • Obtain and maintain the required AGSVA clearance
  • Obtain and maintain a current Employment Suitability Clearance
  • Undergo a health assessment (where applicable).

Mandatory (and where applicable, role specific) screening questions are used within the application to ensure all successful applicants meet these minimum requirements of the Department.

Notes :
Remuneration: The Department offers an attractive remuneration package, including salary, superannuation benefits and flexible working conditions appropriate to the level of the position.

Information about employment in the Department of Home Affairs, and advice on how to apply for vacancies can be obtained from the department’s website at http://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/about/careers-recruitment

If you are experiencing problems submitting your application online, please email the nature of the issues you are experiencing to recruitment at recruitment@homeaffairs.gov.au . A response will be sent during business hours.

If you have identified as having a disability, please indicate whether you require any support throughout the selection process. For further information please contact Recruitment: recruitment@homeaffairs.gov.au

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Out of School Hours Care Coordinator (Curtin)
Woden Community Service Inc
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Lead a Team providing high quality care to childrenFixed Term Part Time role of 25 hours per week until 5 March 2021 (covering Maternity Leave)Competitive salary, added benefitsOur Out of School ...

  • Lead a Team providing high quality care to children
  • Fixed Term Part Time role of 25 hours per week until 5 March 2021 (covering Maternity Leave)
  • Competitive salary, added benefits

Our Out of School Hours Care (OSHC) services provide children with recreation-based activities with emphasis on social interaction and a sense of fun in a safe and secure environment. A range of activities are offered including crafts, sports, games, dramatic play, nature based play, cooking and excursions.

We are looking for an OSHC Coordinator to cover a Maternity Leave period to lead a team at Curtin Juniors focussing on the provision of high quality education and care for the children and families who attend our services. Our programs offer before, after and school holiday care.

Relevant Tertiary qualifications in Education, experience in OSHC including demonstrated use of the My Time, Our Place Framework are essential for this position. Current first aid certificate will also be well regarded.

Benefits of working with WCS include:

  • Salary $67,373 pa (pro-rated) plus superannuation
  • Salary packaging that increases your take home pay
  • Paid stand down leave on standard working days over Christmas and New Year
  • 24/7 Employee assistance program (EAP)
  • Ongoing professional development and a supportive team environment

Note: To be eligible for employment, you must have an ACT Working with Vulnerable People (WWVP) Card, working rights in Australia, and be willing to undertake background checks required for the position.

For a full position description visit: www.wcs.org.au/join-our-team/vacancies.

For further information please email:  Lisa.Healy@wcs.org.au.

If you are interested in joining our Team, please send a cover letter expressing interest by 16 October 2020 to careers@wcs.org.au.

For more information about WCS and services that we provide, including Youth & Family, Community Development, Housing and Homelessness, Disability, Mental Health and Aged Care, please visit our website at www.wcs.org.au .

WCS is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity and encourage applications from people of all abilities and life experiences. We also encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to apply.

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Holiday Program Coordinator - OSHC
Orana Steiner School
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About OranaOrana Steiner School (Orana) is an independent, co-educational and non-denominational school set in 16 hectares of unique, natural landscape in Weston, an inner south suburb of Canberr...

About Orana

Orana Steiner School (Orana) is an independent, co-educational and non-denominational school set in 16 hectares of unique, natural landscape in Weston, an inner south suburb of Canberra. The school was founded in 1981 and currently has students from pre-preschool to Year 12.

Our educational philosophy focuses on the growth and development of the whole child. Our students are provided with an age-appropriate curriculum that meets their developmental needs. As well as providing a stimulating environment for the study of a broad range of subjects, we strive to nourish the intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual development of our students.

Orana Holiday Program

Orana Holiday Program runs imaginative, engaging and fun school holiday workshops for primary school aged children with workshops offering children the opportunity to participate in fun programs that capture their imagination and encourage them to extend their thinking process. Our informative and engaging programs immerse children in topics that sit outside the regular school curriculum. Created by our passionate and committed teaching professionals, each program is age-specific, intended to provide diversity and interactivity, as well as encourage peer-learning and interaction in workshops of limited size.

The Program is organized by school class year K-2 and Y3-Y6. It operates two weeks during each school holiday period throughout the year. Hours are 8am to 6pm with core lesson time 9am to 4pm. 

The Holiday Program Coordinator Role

The Holiday Program Coordinator is expected to be able to bring an open-minded dynamic attitude to a fresh approach of modern STEM technologies. You will be responsible for leading a team that endeavours to create an atmosphere in which the children form connections with each other.  This Coordinator role would see the successful candidate operate the Program with a difference. 

If you are an experienced, passionate, and dedicated educator willing to lead a STEM program, we would be delighted to hear from you.

This will be a contracted position for the periods that the program operates. The commencement may need to be November 2020 to kick start the preparation for the next Holiday Program operating in January 2021. 

The ideal applicant will have:

  • Experience in an educational management or leadership role will be beneficial.
  • Bachelor in Education will be an advantage;  Diploma qualified candidate with solid team leading experience will also be considered.
  • A current (ACT) Working with Vulnerable People registration.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong ethics and genuine approach towards child safety and WHS.

How to Apply:

  • An up-to-date Curriculum Vitae;
  • A brief cover letter;
  • A separate statement addressing the essential criteria.

Please send your application to: hr@oranaschool.com  For further information about the position, please phone 02 6288 4283 and ask to speak with HR.

Applications close: Friday 30 October 2020

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