Northern Territory Government gazette : no. PS50
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6 Vacancies - Northern Territory of or working towards either appropriate post registration or tertiary qualifications. Desirable: Participation in conducting research. Note: Applications must address the Selection Criteria contained in the Job and Person Profile available from the Recruitment Officer on 895 [ 5155. Apply: NT25. Quote Vacancy No. 4223. Technical 3, S37109-42382. Allee Springs. Duties: Design, construct and modify specialised Seating and associated equipment for disabled persons. Maintain and develop the day to day operations and functions of the SEAT Service Technical Workshop. Repair and maintain SEAT and TIMES equipment. Selection Criteria: Essential: Trade Certificate in the metal trades as a Fitter and \-tachinist, Mechanic and/or degree/diploma III Mechanical/Rehabililation Engineering. Manual drivers licence or ability to obtain. Demonstrated ability and positive attitude to working wilh people with. disabilities and ability to relate to private contractors. Previous experience working with equipment and aids used by people with disabilities with the ability to design and construct the necessary equipment in relation to Australian Standards. A sound knowledge of plastics, metals, upholstery and foams, their properties and applications needed. Ability to translate and do technical drawings. Note: Applications must address the Selection Criteria contained in the Job and Person Profile available from the Recruitment Officer on 8951 5140. Apply: NT25. Quote Vacancy No. 3786. Administrative Officer 2, $27858-30809, Alice Springs. Duties: Provide a high level of word processing and administrative support to: Obstetrics, Gynaecology, Ward 2, 3, 4, 5 and Special Care Nursery, Paediatric Department and Hospital Liaison Team. Selection Criteria: Essential: Accurate word processing speed of at least 40 words per minute. Efficient in the use of a dictaphone. Significant experience in word processing systems relevant to the position. Demonstrated experience in use of software packages other than word processing. Highly Desirable: Experience using a Hospital Information System! CareSys. Experience in the use of clinical terminology. Note: Applications must address the Selection Criteria contained in the Job and Person Profile available from the Recruitment Officer on 8951 5155. Apply: NT25. Quote Vacancy No. 10563. Technical I, $25720-31602, Allce Springs. Duties: Provide technical assistance and expertise in the area of surgical intervention and treatment for clients at Alice Springs Hospital. Selection Criteria: Highly Desirable: Year 11. Appropriate Theatre Technician's Certificate or demonstrated commitment to acquire same. Previous related experience in an Operating Theatre or similar related clinical environment. Experience as a Theatre Technician or Mortuary Attendant. Note: Applications must address the Selection Criteria contained in the Job and Person Profile available from the Recruitment OffIcer on 3951 5140. Apply: NT25. Quote Vacancy No. 3853. No. PS50, 22 December 1998 CORPORATE SERVICES - HUMAN RESOURCE SERVICES Administrative Officer 6 $46967-52505, Darwin. Temporary Vacancy from ASAP - Two Years. Duties: The main focus of this position is to promote the THS Aboriginal Employment and Career Development Strategy (AECDS). Facilitate active involvement by all THS slaff in increasing the recruitment and retention of THS Aboriginal employees. Assist in developing innovalive strategies to enhance Aboriginal employment within the public sector. Provide good human resource management (HRM) advice to THS management and Aboriginal employees. Monitor progress and report on the implementation of the AECDS. Coordinate and promote implementation of the THS Aboriginal Study Assistance Schemes. Selection Criteria: Essential: Demonstrated understanding and knowledge of Aboriginal employment issues within the public sector and of the NTPS AECDS. Sound knowledge of EEO principles and practices. Knowledge and understanding of cultural diversity and NT issues impacting on the employment and retention of Aboriginal people within a public sector bureaucracy and the ability to apply this knowledge to develop employment initiatives. Proven experience in providing HRM services within a diverse multidisciplinary and multicultural work environment. Demonstrated effective interpersonal and communication and negotiation skills with staff at all levels and experience in working with Aboriginal staff. Highly developed report writing skills. Desirable: Tertiary qualifications in human resource management or associated field. Knowledge and understanding of NTPS employment conditions and human resource policies and procedures. Experience in the health industry. t'ote: Further information is available by contacting Rosy Warden on 8922 8227. Applications must address the Selection Criteria contained in the Job and Person Profile available by leaving your request on 8999 1996 or by cc Mail Recruitment THS Cas Plaza. Apply: NT34. Quote Vacancy No. 13298. DARWIN URBAN - COMMUNITY HEALTH SPECIALIST ADULT HEALTH SERVICE Professional 2, $45505-55167, Darwin. Temporary Vacancy from ASAP - 31.12.99. Part-time 18 Hours per Week. Duties: As a member of the Specialist Adult Health Service, provide community based Occupational Therapy to the adult population in Darwin utilising primary health care principles. Provide domiciliary assessments and interventions to promote quality of life and independence. Prescribe equipment and home modifications through appropriate resources. Develop and implement health promotion, education and training programs for community members, care workers and health professionals. Selection Criteria: Essential: Degree or diploma in Occupational Therapy; registration with the NT Occupational Therapists Registration Board; current drivers licence; experience in community Occupational Therapy with adult caseload; knowledge of the Disability Services Act and primary health care principles. Highly Desirable: experience in working in a cross cultural environment; development of community OT workshops; knowledge of access requirements for people with disabilities.