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OFFICE FOR THE COMMISSIONER FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT

NOTICE OF VACANCIES




FOR THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC SECTOR








DATE OF ISSUE: 17 JANUARY 2003
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 31 JANUARY 2003*






General Information
The Notice of Vacancies provides a list of public sector job vacancies. It is published weekly and should be made available to public sector employees at their usual place of work.

For enquiries regarding placement of vacancies and other advertisements in this Notice please phone 8226 2833. For distribution enquiries ring Information SA on 8204 9447.

If you are interested in any of the jobs listed, contact the person identified for a copy of the Job & Person Specification or to discuss the position.

From time to time information about matters which may affect your employment will be published in this Notice. If you are employed under the Public Sector Management Act, please check any Public Service Notices from the Commissioner for Public Employment.

In relation to any commercial advertising in the Notice, the views expressed are not necessarily those of the Commissioner for Public Employment.



Applications for Vacancies
To be considered for any of the jobs listed in this Notice you must send your application to the address at the end of each advertisement, ensuring that it is received by the correct person AND by the closing date. All written applications will be treated in confidence.

Interpreting Services
Those who need help to understand the contents of this Notice can phone the Interpreting and Translating Centre on 8226 1990 (all hours).

* Unless shown otherwise

THE NOTICE OF VACANCIES CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS:

· Eligibility to apply for vacancies contained in this Notice

· Public Service Notices (published when required)

· Public Sector Management Act (PSM Act) salaried vacancies

· South Australian Health Commission Act (SAHC Act) vacancies

· Other Public Sector salaried vacancies

· Weekly Paid vacancies


ELIGIBILITY


PUBLIC EMPLOYEES DETERMINED TO BE 'RELEVANT PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' UNDER REGULATION 11 OF THE PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT ACT

In addition to Public Sector Management Act employees, only applications received from persons either employed by the following organisations or in the arrangements specified below will also be accepted for all vacancies listed unless marked (Advt) which are also being advertised in the public press.


· Public Sector Management Act employees of administrative units (includes those employees appointed subject to the provisions of the Act (ie ongoing) and those employees appointed on a contract basis (ie temporary, casual and longer term contract employees))

· Hourly, daily and weekly paid employees of administrative units

· Employees of administrative units employed under the Children’s Services Act, 1985, the Education Act, 1972 or the Technical and Further Education Act, 1975

· Police Officers employed in the Police Department who are Legal Officers, Engineers, Psychologists and Research Officers to whom Clause 29(f) of the Police Officers Award applies

· Participants of equal employment opportunity programs gazetted by the Minister under Section 67 of the Public Sector Management Act, in line with processes approved by the Commissioner for Public Employment. Further details on specific programs are provided in Appendix 1 of PSM Act Determination 2 - Recruitment and Employment of Non Executive Employees


  • Persons currently employed by South Australian Public Sector agencies through the South Australian Public Sector Graduate Recruitment Program for the first 12 months of employment under that Program

  • Presiding Officer, Promotion and Grievance Appeals Tribunal

· persons employed in the following public sector agencies and other organisations:


  • Adelaide Festival Centre Trust

· Carclew Youth Performing Arts Centre Incorporated

· Chiropractors Board of South Australia

· Courts Administration Authority, but only those appointed pursuant to the Courts Administration Act, 1993 including those appointed pursuant to Section 6(3) of the Sheriff’s Act, 1978

· Country Arts SA

· Country Fire Services Board

· Dairy Authority of South Australia

· Government House

· History Trust of South Australia

· Homestart Finance, but only those employees who were formerly employees of the South Australian Housing Trust and who were transferred to Homestart Finance by proclamation of the Governor on 21 December 1995.

PUBLIC EMPLOYEES DETERMINED TO BE 'RELEVANT PUBLIC EMPLOYEES' UNDER REGULATION 11 OF THE PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT ACT


(Continued)
· Hospitals and Health Centres incorporated under the South Australian Health Commission Act, 1976

· Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science

· Land Management Corporation, but only employees who: were transferred from the Department for Administrative and Information Services by proclamation of the Governor on 21 May 1998; or were transferred from the Department for Environment, Heritage and Aboriginal Affairs by the Commissioner for Public Employment on 11 October 1999; or were previously employed as greenkeepers in the MFP Development Corporation; and who have maintained such rights since their transfer

· Legal Services Commission of South Australia

· Nurses Board of South Australia

· Office of the South Australian Independent Industry Regulator

· Parliament, Officers of either House or a person under the separate control of the President of the Legislative Council or the Speaker of the House of Assembly

· Personal Assistants to Members of Parliament (but not those employed on a temporary or casual basis) whose employment is or has been terminated because of a change of Member or status of Member as a result of the State Election on 9 February 2002. This determination is effective for any Personal Assistant who has been so terminated for a period of 12 months from the declaration of the poll

· Police Complaints Authority

· Senior Secondary Assessment Board of South Australia

· South Australian Forestry Corporation

· South Australian Metropolitan Fire Service, but not operational firefighters

· South Australian Tourism Commission

· South Australian Water Corporation

· Superannuation Funds Management Corporation of South Australia

· Tandanya - National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Incorporated

· TransAdelaide, excluding AN employees made available to operate metropolitan railways

· West Beach Trust

· WorkCover Corporation of South Australia, but only those employees who were formerly members of the staff of the South Australian Occupational Health and Safety Commission as employees of the Department for Industrial Affairs and who transferred to WorkCover Corporation of South Australia by proclamation of the Governor pursuant to the Clause 2 of the Schedule of the WorkCover Corporation Act, 1994 and only in relation to Public Sector Management Act vacancies
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