Closes: 29 July 2021
Classification: Administrative Services Officer Class 6
Salary: $88,899 - $101,743 plus superannuation
Position No: 52516
Contact Officer: Cameron Bertrand-Bruce on firstname.lastname@example.org or (02) 6205 2215
Details: The Senior Advisor, Workforce Planning will play a key role in the Education Directorate’s Schools Workforce Profile Project. Under supervision of the Assistant Director, Workforce Planning and working closely with diverse stakeholders across the Directorate, the Senior Advisor, Workforce Planning will assist in the collection, validation and analysis of workforce data and information to support the mapping of critical workforce challenges, gaps and risks for the ACT’s public schools in order to identify workforce management and planning strategies and/or approaches.
The Workforce Profile Project will ensure that schools are able to identify, manage and respond to workforce matters in their schools and that the system has a future-focused plan/approach to address strategic workforce risks.
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.
Note: This is a temporary position available immediately for 12 months.
How to Apply: Applications should include a response to the Selection Criteria, of no more than two pages, and a current curriculum vitae.
Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now button below.
The Government of the Australian Capital Territory, also referred to as the Australian Capital Territory Government or ACT Government, is the executive authority of the Australian Capital Territory, one of the territories of Australia. The leader of the party or coalition with the confidence of the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly forms Government. Unlike the Australian States and the Northern Territory, the Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly directly elects one of their number to be the Chief Minister of the Australian Capital Territory as the head of the Government, rather than being appointed by a Governor or Administrator.