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Assistant Director Data Analytics
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
The ACT Ambulance Service Clinical Governance Unit (CGU) is seeking an individual with strong data analytics experience with large complex data sets to drive intelligence-led risk based decision making to ensure optimal service to our community. This position will gather, filter, and clean data sets to provide reports, briefs and submission papers on behalf of the Chief officer Ambulance for senior internal and external stakeholders.This position will contribute to ACTAS by assisting with evidence based insightful conclusions from the data to improve our strategic and operational planning, as well as overall service delivery. Ideally, this position would suit an individual with prior experience with Data Warehouses using scripting and reporting tools such as ‘SQL Queries’, ‘Python’ and ‘Power BI’. Eligibility/Other RequirementsA Diploma, Advanced Diploma or bachelor’s degree in a field relevant to the role is desirable.A Computer Science background and/or 2+ years in a data analysis role would be highly desirable. This position requires a Working with Vulnerable People Check.The position may be required to work as part of an incident management team including during weekends and out of hours in response to major emergencies.Notes: An order of merit will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill future identical vacancies over the next 12 months. Selection may be based on application and referee reports only.
Assistant Director – Business Management
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
The Environment, Heritage and Water Division (EHW) delivers the following functions for the ACT government:Nature conservation policy, planning and delivery;Heritage conservation policy and regulation;Environment protection policy;Catchment management, water policy delivery and water regulation;Conservation research and evaluation;Management of Parks and Reserves;Fire and Forest Management;Rural Land Services; andBiosecurity policy and delivery.The EHW Division also supports ACT NRM and ACT Heritage.Working as part of the Team in the Business Support Unit (BSU) and under limited direction, the Assistant Director – Business Management will provide strong leadership in coordinating, administering and delivering effective corporate and business management functions across the Environment, Heritage and Water Division. The successful applicant will need to develop strong collaborative links with Senior Directors, Managers and Administration staff across the Division. They will also need to work collaboratively with the Directorate’s corporate groups reporting to the Chief Operating Officer (COO).What we are looking for:An exceptional leader with strong management and analytical skills that could be applied in an organisational business management context.A committed, enthusiastic person who can collaborate with colleagues across the Environment Heritage and Water Division and the Directorate to develop and implement a broad range of business management initiatives.An experienced and innovative manager who can define, develop and implement appropriate policies, procedures and systems to improve the business management processes in the Division.A positive individual with a proven ability to work as part of a team and contribute to a positive team culture and demonstrate a willingness to the ACT Government Signature Values and Behaviours.The ACT Public Service supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, culturally diverse people and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Relevant experience in the delivery of Business Improvement initiatives in government or the private sector and/or tertiary qualification in Business Management would be highly regarded.Notes: An order of merit will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill future identical vacancies over the next 12 months. Selection may be based on application and referee reports only. Please note, this position will be moving to a new workplace designed for activity-based working (ABW). Under ABW arrangements, officers will not have a designated workstation/desk.
Multiple Positions - Advancement
The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT
Classification: ANU Officer Grade 6/7 and 8 (Administration) Terms: Full time, Continuing (multiple positions available)Are you passionate about people and their stories?Are you a smart, strategic communicator and skilful at building valuable relationships?Are you highly organised, reliable, and thrive in a customer-focused environment?Do you want to work in a growth sector where your skills and experience will be in high demand?Do you want to help donors and the University to achieve their philanthropic ambitions?Team overviewAt ANU Advancement, our job is to build warm, productive relationships with donors, alumni and friends of ANU. Our Development team plays a pivotal role in driving and supporting a busy program of major giving and legacy giving within ANU colleges and across the University, securing transformative, large-scale gifts. We work with inspirational donors and their families to create philanthropic opportunities with positive social impact and deliver on our responsibilities with integrity and passion.We are recruiting two Development Managers with experience in fundraising and relationship management who will strategically cultivate and secure major gifts from donors in support of the College of Science and university-wide initiatives respectively.We are also seeking two Senior Development Officers. The SDO, CASS will support the busy and diverse fundraising activities of the College of Arts and Social Sciences. The SDO, Gift & Estate Planning, will support a busy legacy giving program, focusing on cultivating charitable bequests from donors who give through their wills and estates.We value inclusion, initiative, collaboration and a commitment to excellence, and we support continuous learning and professional development.Positions OverviewDevelopment Manager, College of ScienceClassification: ANU Officer Grade 8 (Administration)Salary package: $101,604-108,648 p.a. plus 17% superannuationTerms: Full time, continuing The College of Science Advancement team engages with alumni, donors and friends to build relationships and obtain support for the world-leading research and teaching delivered by the College and its academics.The Development Manager will have responsibility for development and implementation of integrated fundraising strategies for specific Research Schools within the College, while managing a full portfolio of individual and institutional prospective donors.You will have the opportunity to engage with outstanding academics and transformative research, while helping them to obtain crucial support to continue and enhance their endeavours.Working as part of a small, agile and innovative and friendly team, your efforts will create meaningful impact in the lives of staff, students and the broader community.For more information please contact Kellie Takenaka; E: kellie.takenaka@anu.edu.au T: 02 6125 9918 Development Manager, University-wide Classification: ANU Officer Grade 8 (Administration)Salary package: $101,604-108,648 p.a. plus 17% superannuationTerms: Full time, continuing An exciting and creative role based in a fun, supportive team, the Development Manager (University Wide) works with donors, potential donors and program partners to increase philanthropic support for ANU.You’ll be inviting people to experience and support a diverse range of interesting and important causes at ANU – from funding scholarships for First Nations students, to preserving our heritage-listed campus architecture and developing our world-class art collection, to working with leading experts on compelling new cross-disciplinary research initiatives that aim to create a more just and equal society.Fundraising experience would be great, but it’s not essential – if you are an outstanding communicator, highly organised, and a quick learner, with a background in journalism, sales, marketing, business development, arts management or the non-profit world, then you can succeed in this role!For more information please contact Gwen Horsfield; E: gwen.horsfield@anu.edu.au M: 0419 314 534 Senior Development Officer, College of Arts and Social SciencesClassification: ANU Officer Grade 6/7 (Administration) Salary package:$82,371 - $94,817 p.a. plus 17% superannuationTerms: Full time, continuing CASS is the largest and most diverse unit on the ANU campus with areas such as the Schools of Music, Art and Design, History, International Relations, Philosophy among many others.  Those with an interest in these subject areas will thoroughly enjoy our work with alumni, donors, potential donors and program partners to increase philanthropic support for these areas.The person in this role also works very closely with alumni relations, communications, scholarship and prizes, engagement and community events.Artists and musicians who have been working in the cultural non-profit sector are highly encouraged to apply.  Experience with fundraising, membership, ticket sales, etc. are a plus. For more information please contact Andrea Morris; E: andrea.morris@anu.edu.au T: 02 6125 7006 Senior Development Officer, Gift & Estate PlanningClassification: ANU Officer Grade 6/7 (Administration) Salary package: $82,371 - $94,817 p.a. plus 17% superannuationTerms: Full time, continuing The Gift & Estate Planning team helps people to shape their legacies, invest in future generations of students and researchers, and achieve meaningful, long-lasting philanthropic impact.The Senior Development Officer will support the team to secure charitable bequests and lifetime gifts in support of a wide-range of disciplines, programs and initiatives – and manage and implement these gifts in collaboration with stakeholders across the University. You will help us to ensure we fulfil our responsibilities to donors and their families.You will have the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues and academics, and pitch in and help with events, meetings, communications, written proposals, presentations, and data management.With passion, dedication, and care, you will work as part of a small, friendly, and supportive team to coordinate our fundraising activities. Fundraising experience is not essential. If you have excellent interpersonal and organisational skills, and you are empathetic and a good listener, this role is perfect for you!For more information please contact Sarah McCarthy; E: sarah.mccarthy@anu.edu.au T: 02 6125 2110Not sure you have the right skills for these roles? Contact us now to find out how your skills may be the perfect fit for ANU Advancement!ANU is a great place to work. Our benefits include:Professional, collaborative and supportive work environmentMentoring and ongoing career developmentExcellent remuneration and benefits packages including:                            Flexible working hours17% Superannuation ContributionsAnnual Leave LoadingANU values diversity and inclusion and is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to those of all backgrounds and identities. For more information about staff equity at ANU, visit https://services.anu.edu.au/human-resources/respect-inclusionApplication informationIn order to apply for this role please make sure that you upload the following documents:A statement addressing the selection criteria.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.As part of their statement, candidates should indicate the role or roles they wish to be considered for.Applications which do not address the selection criteria will not be considered for the position.Please note: The successful candidate will be required to undergo a background check during the recruitment process.  An offer of employment is conditional on satisfactory results. 
Building Services Officer - Macquarie Primary School
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Macquarie Primary School is looking for a proactive and energetic Building Services Officer (BSO). As BSO, you are responsible for the day to day maintenance and security of the school grounds, buildings, furniture, fittings and equipment. With initiative and self-motivation, you will identify and prioritise tasks and see them through to completion with minimal supervision. You will work closely with the Business Manager to coordinate and oversee maintenance programs and contractors. You will have good interpersonal skills and be able to communicate effectively with a wide range of stakeholders and have the ability to prioritise tasks under pressure.Eligibility/Other Requirements:Evidence of a current registration issued under the Working with Vulnerable People (Background Checking) Act 2011. For further information on Working with Vulnerable People registration refer to: Access CanberraMandatory Asbestos Awareness Training: Evidence of completion of training delivered by a Registered Training Organisation for Asbestos Awareness is required prior commencement. For further information refer to: Access CanberraA pre-employment medical clearance is required prior to commencement.Mandatory Training in other WHS procedures may be required during employment: for example Working at Heights, Sharps.In accordance with the Public Health (ACT School or Early Childhood Education and Care Workers COVID-19 Vaccination) Emergency Direction 2021, all ACT Education Directorate employees working in schools that cater for children under 12 (preschool to year 6 schools) are required to provide evidence of their ability to comply with the public health direction, including having received a current course of an approved COVID-19 vaccine or holding an approved exemption (where applicable).An industry recognised trade qualification will be highly regarded.Notes: This is a temporary position available immediately until 20 January 2023.In accordance with the Public Health (ACT School or Early Childhood Education and Care Workers COVID-19 Vaccination) Emergency Direction 2021, all ACT Education Directorate employees working in the following education settings will be required to provide evidence of their ability to comply with the public health direction, including having received a current course of an approved COVID-19 vaccine or holding an approved exemption (where applicable):schools that cater for children under 12 (preschool to year 6 schools)specialist schoolsflexible learning programs, andearly childhood education and care services (including out of school hours care)P-10 schools where they share a campus with those younger years.High schools and colleges that do not share a campus with primary school students are not covered by the mandate.