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APS Level 5 — Non-ongoing — ASAP until 22 September 2020

Salary: $71,862 – $78,833 pa

Duties:

The Web Publishing Officer is an integral part of our team focused on ensuring web content is relevant, current and accessible for our audience. Their role is to edit and quality review web pages, develop sections of the web site, train and support other web authors and liaise with stakeholders across the Division.

Please see the Job Description PDF and Applying for a position for further information on how to apply.

How to apply:

  1. Download and complete the Application Cover Sheet Word.
  2. Complete a statement of claims addressing your suitability for the position, with emphasis on recent work examples and their relevance to the key activities and responsibilities of this position, and in line with the APS Work Level Standards for this position — please ensure that you check the Work Level Standard appropriate to the actual classification of this position. This statement should be a maximum of 2 pages.
  3. Forward the Application Cover Sheet, statement of claims, a current Curriculum Vitae and the contact details for two referees (one of whom should be your current or most recent supervisor), via email to recruitment@aad.gov.au.

Closing date: Wednesday 5pm (AEDT) 16 October 2019

Contact officer: Warwick Barnes — (03) 6232 3233 or email warwick.barnes@aad.gov.au.

Note: Applications will not be acknowledged. Engagement may be subject to conditions including probation, qualifications, health and security/character clearance requirements. Applications from persons who are not Australian citizens will usually only be considered where there are no suitable Australian applicants.

Please note that the Australian Antarctic Division will not meet any relocation costs incurred by the successful candidate.

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