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30 Jun 2016: Manager Multimedia Services
Organisation: Australian War Memorial
Location: Canberra
Type: Full time. Ongoing
Salary: $98,851
Closing Date: 12 Jul 2016

Under limited direction of the Head, Photographs Film and Sound (PFS and Multimedia), the Manager of Multimedia and DAMS Services leads a large team of technical and creative practitioners. The team is tasked with manufacturing, managing and preserving content from the National Collection as it is related to Australia's military history.

The job provides team leadership and development in a broad range of areas, including production coordination for public engagement, exhibitions, publications, web broadcasting and other public programs.

The National Collection program includes collection development and digital asset management utilising contemporary digital and multimedia technology.

The Manager Multimedia contributes to corporate governance, manages budgets, represents the Memorial and liaises with stakeholders.

NOTE: Tertiary qualifications in a relevant field are highly desirable. The successful applicant will be required to obtain and maintain a security clearance at the Negative Vetting 1 level.

Contact: Hans Reppin on 02 6243 4535 or via email.



30 Jun 2016: Artistic Program Coordinator
Organisation: Canberra Glassworks Ltd
Location: Canberra
Type: Part-time 22.8 hours per week
Salary: $50,000 - $55,000 per annum pro rata (dependent on experience)
Closing Date: 04 Jul 2016

Canberra Glassworks is a dynamic, professional working glassworks providing local, national and international contemporary glass artists with access to state-of-the-art equipment and a unique context to explore, develop and realise new Australian work.

We are seeking a flexible and supportive arts administrator who has experience working primarily in glass to coordinate our Artist Access program including administering and developing systems for equipment, accommodation and facility hires, coordinating artist in residence programs and facilitating inductions. Reporting to the Program Director, they will also assist with administration of the annual exhibition program. They should be an excellent communicator, confident in using glass making equipment and facilities and willing to support and work collaboratively with artists. This position would suit a confident, outgoing artist with good people skills who is passionate about glass, committed to supporting artists and contributing to the development of Canberra Glassworks. They must be a team player with some arts administration experience, excellent communication skills (verbal and written), strong interpersonal skills and a commitment to the arts.

POSITION DETAILS

Start date: July 2016 Term: 12 months (with 12 month option)

Enquiries: Beverly Growden, General Manager Ph: 02 6260 7005 or email beverly.growden@canberraglassworks.com  

To apply: Please provide a letter of application including short statements addressing the Selection Criteria for the role and a current Curriculum Vitae which includes the names of 3 referees.

Applications should be sent to Beverly Growden, General Manager beverly.growden@canberraglassworks.com by than 5pm on Friday 8 July 2016.

Download Position Description: http://www.canberraglassworks.com/contact/careers/

Contact: Beverly Growden, General Manager on 02 6260 7005 or via email.



30 Jun 2016: Administration Assistant
Organisation: Canberra Glassworks Ltd
Location: Canberra
Type: Part time 20 hours per week Tue to Fri 5 hours
Salary: $40,000 - $45,000 per annum (pro rata and dependent on experience)
Closing Date: 04 Jul 2016

Canberra Glassworks is seeking an outgoing and efficient Administration Assistant. Reporting to the Office Manager, they will provide central administrative assistance to the Canberra Glassworks team. They will assist with reception and email inquiries, administer group and venue bookings, event preparation, data entry, filing and archiving. They will support the use of central administrative systems by other members of the professional team at Canberra Glassworks. They will also assist with reporting and financial administration where required by the Office Manager. This position would suit an experienced administrator who is a team player, a great communicator and is keen to pursue a career in the arts. They will have the opportunity to work with the professional Canberra Glassworks administration team.

POSITION DETAILS

Start date: July 2016

Term: 12 months (with 12 month option)

Inquiries: Beverly Growden, General Manager 02 6260 7005 or email beverly.growden@canberraglassworks.com  

To apply: Please provide a cover letter which includes brief statements addressing the selection criteria and a current CV by email before 5pm on 4 July 2016 to beverly.growden@canberraglassworks.com  

Download Position Description: http://www.canberraglassworks.com/contact/careers/

Contact: Beverly Growden, General Manager on 02 6260 7005 or via email.



28 Jun 2016: Graphic Designer
Organisation: Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI)
Location: Melbourne, CBD
Type: Full Time
Salary: $60,551- $73,521 per annum plus statutory superannuation
Closing Date: 08 Jul 2016

ACMI have an exciting role within our Brand & Marketing Team for a Graphic Designer to produce high quality digital and printed design work across a wide variety of projects. Working in close collaboration with all members of the design studio, broader marketing team and wider organisation, the Graphic Designer will report in to the Senior Graphic Designer and work to detailed design briefs, delivering design outcomes of exceptional quality that meet programming, marketing and brand objectives. We are looking for a candidate with a high level of skills in creative design and typography with a portfolio that spans print, digital, wayfinding and specifically exhibition design.

Additional key selection criteria can be found in the Position Description for this role. https://www.acmi.net.au/about-us/careers/

If successful, you can expect to become part of a talented, committed and creative team of people with a passion for film and digital media, in an organisation where our visitor experience and our ability to work as a team are critical to our success. This role is an opportunity to further career in a fast paced, innovative and collaborative environment.

To apply for this great opportunity, click 'Apply Now' on the website and follow the online application process. https://www.acmi.net.au/about-us/careers/

Applications should address the Key Selection Criteria within the position description and be submitted together with a brief resume. For further information on this role, please refer to the position description.

Applications close: Friday 8 July

Please note interviews will be held: Friday 15 July

Please include a recent portfolio with a maximum of 6 design examples, preferably relevant to exhibition design.

Contact: Rita Ruisi on 0386632271 or via email.



28 Jun 2016: Junior Graphic Designer
Organisation: Australian Centre for the Moving Image
Location: Melbourne
Type: Full Time
Salary: $46,951 - $60,292 + Super
Closing Date: 08 Jul 2016

ACMI have an exciting role within our Brand & Marketing Team for a Junior Graphic Designer to assist in the production of high quality digital and printed design work across a wide variety of projects. Working under the direction of the Head of Design and Senior Graphic Designer and in close collaboration with the Graphic Designer and Brand Coordinator, the Junior Graphic Designer will work to detailed design briefs and will deliver design outcomes of exceptional quality that meet programming, marketing and brand objectives.

We are looking for a candidate with a working understanding of print production for a wide range of graphic outputs, along with proficiency in using industry-standard design software applications including InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator.

Additional key selection criteria can be found in the Position Description for this role.

If successful, you can expect to become part of a talented, committed and creative team of people with a passion for film and digital media, in an organisation where our visitor experience and our ability to work as a team are critical to our success. This role is an opportunity to further career in a fast paced, innovative and collaborative environment.

To apply for this great opportunity, go to the website and follow the online application process. Applications should address the Key Selection Criteria within the position description and be submitted together with a brief resume. For further information on this role, please refer to the position description listed on the employment section of our website www.acmi.net.au.  

Applications close: Friday 8 July

Please note interviews will be held Friday 15 July Please include a recent portfolio with a maximum of 6 design examples, preferably relevant to exhibition design.

Contact: Monique De Jong on Email queries only please or via email.



23 Jun 2016: Assistant Image Management Officer - Ian Potter Foundation Catching the Eye Wildlife Project at Museum Victoria
Organisation: Museum Victoria
Location: Melbourne
Type: Full time; Fixed term until 30 June 2018
Salary: $53,634 (Base of Grade, pro rata) + 9.5% superannuation
Closing Date: 21 Jul 2016

+ Based at Melbourne Museum, Museum Victoria's award winning venue

Through generous support from the Ian Potter Foundation, Museum Victoria is seeking an enthusiastic Image Management officer to provide image processing and metadata management services to the Catching the Eye: engaging the public through quality wildlife imagery. This two-year appointment will work closely with wildlife photographers and collections on-line staff in order to provide high quality wildlife imagery to MV and partner websites, national and international biodiversity aggregators (such as Atlas of Living Australia) and mobile device Apps in order to promote conservation of biodiversity.

ABOUT MUSEUM VICTORIA:
Museum Victoria cares for the State scientific and cultural collections, providing visitor access, activities and events at five distinct venues: Melbourne Museum, Immigration Museum, Scienceworks, IMAX Cinema and world heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building. To learn more about Museum Victoria, please visit http://museumvictoria.com.au/about/  

PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITY
The primary accountability of this position is the processing and management of wildlife images, including the preservation of intellectual property and data within MV Images (Museum Victoria's Digital Asset Management System) to ensure the use of image resources by the Museum in projects such as exhibitions, publications, public programs, websites and public access occurs within the correct legislative framework.

KEY SELECTION CRITERIA 

  1. Knowledge and experience in processing digital images using appropriate software. 
  2. Knowledge of and experience using databases and image management retrieval systems. 
  3. Experience in applying information management principles and structures to ensure consistent data and efficient image access.
  4. Experience in developing and using spreadsheets to extract and manipulate information. 
  5. Strong organisational skills and the ability to prioritise tasks. 
  6. Ability to work independently or as part of a team and deliver multiple projects to schedule and within budget. 
  7. Sound communication and interpersonal skills. 
  8. The successful applicant is required to undergo a National Police Records Check and be assessed as suitable (new employees are required to meet this cost).

QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge of zoology an advantage but not essential

HOW TO APPLY?
To view the position description, search 'employment' at www.museumvictoria.com.au and for more information about this position, please contact Dr Ursula Smith on 8341-7625

To apply, please send your Covering Letter, Resume and a statement addressing each of the Key Selection Criteria by visiting http://museumvictoria.com.au/about/work-opportunities/employment/  

Applications Close: Thursday 21st July 2016.

Contact: Dr Ursula Smith on 03 8341-7625 or via email.



22 Jun 2016: Manager, Art Gallery
Organisation: University of the Sunshine Coast
Location: Sunshine Coast
Type: 3 year fixed term, fractional (to be negotiated)
Salary: Classification Level 6 (Salary range A$72,637 to A$78,605 gross per annum plus up to 17 percent employer superannuation contributions)
Closing Date: 03 Jul 2016

The Art Gallery hosts a range of innovative and stimulating exhibitions focusing on contemporary art and design practice. The program incorporates a variety of media including digital art, painting, drawing, graphic design, illustration and animation. It includes work by nationally and internationally renowned artists, regional practitioners, and displays by USC students and staff. The Gallery presents talks, workshops, and public events accompanying exhibitions

Under broad direction, the Manager of the USC Art Gallery is responsible for the development and delivery of the Art Gallery's high quality exhibition program, including the acquisition, care and development of the Art Collection. The Collection exists to enrich the teaching and learning, research and engagement priorities of the University and to cultivate a visual arts resource of excellence with broad cultural and community importance. It celebrates the creative diversity of professional and emerging artists and promotes interdisciplinary thinking

For further information please contact Dr Eva-Marie Seeto on + 61 7 5430 1224.

Applicants must address the selection criteria located within the position description.

For information on how to apply, please visit the jobs@USC website http://www.usc.edu.au/connect/work-at-usc/manager-art-gallery.

Contact: Dr Eva-Marie Seeto on 07 5430 1224 or via email.



22 Jun 2016: Registrar
Organisation: Canterbury Museum
Location: Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand
Type: Full time
Salary: See Info Pack on vacancies page on website
Closing Date: 17 Jul 2016

Registrar Canterbury Museum is seeking a highly organised person to drive the programme to capture and maintain high quality data for all collection items, including developing and managing Vernon, the Museum's collections database. You will have outstanding people management skills, manage improvements to collections housing, storage and conservation, and facilitate access to collection objects and information.

To find out more about this position and how to apply please visit the vacancies page on our website www.canterburymuseum.com  

Applications must be in the specified format.

Applications close at 5.00 pm on Sunday 17 July 2016.

Contact: Anthony Wright on +64 3 366 5000 or via email.



17 Jun 2016: Curatorial and Collections Manager, UOW Art Collection
Organisation: University of Wollongong
Location: Wollongong
Type: 5 Year Fixed Term Appointment (28 hours per week)
Salary: From $94,345 pro-rate + 17% super
Closing Date: 03 Jul 2016

The UOW Art Collection is a major University and community asset in terms of its financial, cultural, aesthetic and educational values. It is also a highly accessible public collection offering students, staff and visitors the opportunity to interact and appreciate works of art placed in various social, learning and working environments. This developing collection is now being reimagined to ensure a more effective alignment with the UOW's educational and research aspirations and outcomes.

The University is seeking a highly skilled Curatorial and Collections Manager to create and implement a cohesive strategy for the realignment and re-imagination of the UOWAC working closely with the Director and Executive Dean of Law, Humanities and the Arts and other key stakeholders to shape and deliver outcome driven decisions and actions. The Manager will help shape and deliver programs that enhance greater understanding and appreciation of the collection, guide and refine the collection through key accessions/de-accessions and champion the development of agreed and supported initiatives that further the UOWAC's strategic priorities.

For further information please contact Theresa Hoynes on + 61 2 4221 3209. Applicants must address the selection criteria located within the position description.

Applications must be lodged online at the Jobs@UOW website at http://uow.employment.com.au/jobs/Curatorial-and-Collections-Manager/2312

Contact: Theresa Hoynes on 02 4221 3209 or via email.



17 Jun 2016: Registrar, Grade 2 (Project Manager)
Organisation: Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS)
Location: Ultimo, Sydney
Type: Temporary for a period up to 9 months
Salary: $121,360 Package includes salary ($98,361 - $109,490), employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
Closing Date: 03 Jul 2016

Curiosity. Creativity. Collaboration. Sustainability.

  • Implements Museum policies, processes and procedures encompassing collection administration, stores and logistics, documentation, imaging and archives management.
  • Temporary Full-time employment under flexible working conditions for a period up to 9 months.
  • Salary package up to $121,360. Package includes salary ($98,361 - $109,490) employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS) is an executive agency of the New South Wales State Government. Embodying the best of design ingenuity and innovation, the Museum profiles one of the world's great collections and is a highly successful interdisciplinary institution that sits at the intersection of the arts, design, science and technology and plays a critical role in supporting the brand and vision of the city.

Access to the Museum's exceptional collection is a cornerstone of the vision, opening up opportunities for engagement, participation and research. Deepening audience engagement, bringing the collections to life through hands on experiences and offering a variety of pathways through ideas and information is key to the delivery of our programs for people of all ages across our three sites: the Powerhouse Museum in Ultimo, Sydney Observatory in The Rocks and the Museums Discovery Centre in Castle Hill.

This role will be responsible for planning and project managing the movement of selected collection objects from Ultimo into a new store at the Museums Discovery Centre at Castle Hill in association with other Strategic Collections Managers and curatorial staff. The role implements Museum policies, processes and procedures encompassing collection administration, stores and logistics, documentation, imaging and archives management.

A full role description Click Here

MAAS Website www.maas.museum  

For information on applying for roles in the NSW Public Service Click Here

Key Details

Role Type - Temporary for a period up to 9 months
Role Classification - Registrar, Grade 2, 1.0 FTE

To be eligible to apply for this role you must meet these requirements

Qualifications

  • The position requires a relevant degree or appropriate qualifications. Relevant post-graduate qualifications are also desirable.

Essential requirements

  • Extensive knowledge and experience in museum collection management and documentation.
  • Experience in the handling, packing, transport and storage of all types of museum objects, to professional museum level, and knowledge of national and international freight procedures
  • Demonstrated ability to plan, schedule and manage projects, allied with excellent organisation skills and ability to motivate and manage staff.
  • Knowledge and experience of collection information systems, barcoding and digital photography, including solution development and implementation.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to prepare high quality documentation and reports, and collaborate with team members and key stakeholders on complex projects in a multidisciplinary organisation.

Other

  • Driver's Licence is essential.

Your application must include

  • Cover Letter - No more than two A4 pages. Must include short statements in response to the two targeted questions below (drawn from the Core Competencies required in the Role Description) There are no selection criteria to address.
  • Resume - No more than three A4 pages. Must be up to date with current employment, and clearly details your skills and experience as relevant to this role.
  • You must include 3 referee contacts (name, role, phone number and email address), clearly identifying a junior, peer and manager. We will not contact referees without your consent.
  • Question 1 - Describe a situation or project where you have progressed organisational priorities and created opportunities to enable optimal access to the collection by a variety of users and stakeholders.
  • Question 2 - Tell me about a difficult or sensitive situation that you had to deal with which required careful and extensive communication.

Applications must be submitted through the I work for NSW website.

Your cover letter and resume will need to be submitted as PDF attachments on your candidate file application on I Work for NSW.

The Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences welcomes applications from Indigenous Australians, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with a disability. If you have individual requirements that need to be accommodated in order to participate in the selection process and join the Museum, please indicate this in your application.

Contact: Judith Coombes, Head of Strategic Collections on 02 9217 0225 or via email.



07 Jun 2016: Manager, Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre
Organisation: Museum Victoria
Location: Carlton VIC 3053
Type: Full Time; Ongoing
Salary: $95,572 p.a. base of grade + 9.5% superannuation.
Closing Date: 13 Jul 2016

This is a unique opportunity to take the lead in operating and further developing the highly successful Bunjilaka gallery within Melbourne Museum. This position is also responsible for developing and enhancing partnerships between Aboriginal communities and Museum Victoria and for contributing to exhibition development and educational and visitor services. Critical to this position will be your proven record of involvement with Aboriginal communities, your record in promoting Reconciliation and your understanding of community expectations regarding cultural heritage issues.

This position is only available to people who identify themselves as Aboriginal and / or Torres Strait Islander. This action/activity constitutes a special measure under section 12 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010.

ABOUT MUSEUM VICTORIA:

Museum Victoria cares for the State scientific and cultural collections, providing visitor access, activities and events at five distinct venues: Melbourne Museum, Immigration Museum, Scienceworks, IMAX Cinema and world heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building. To learn more about Museum Victoria, please visit http://museumvictoria.com.au/about/  

ABOUT THE POSITION:

The position is accountable for ensuring that Museum Victoria is an effective partner of the Aboriginal community through collaboration with other groups in Museum Victoria and the management of stakeholder relationships, particularly Aboriginal communities across the state.

Key Selection Criteria: 

  • Demonstrated ability to provide leadership, and develop understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community culture as it relates to Victoria and Australia with an emphasis on responding to Museum Victoria and community needs 
  • A proven record of involvement in successful community consultation and associated liaison and negotiation skills and experience 
  • An appreciation of the dimensions of current Indigenous issues, their impact on Australian society and implications at a personal level 
  • A sound understanding of the significance of cultural property and the implications of this for community access 
  • Extensive experience in the development of strategy, programs, projects and supporting initiatives, systems, policies and procedures. 
  • Demonstrated high level interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to engage, influence and negotiate effectively at all levels and a proven capacity to develop effective relationships with a range of stakeholders 
  • Demonstrated conceptual, analytical and decision-making skills, including the ability to manage pressure, ambiguity and change and to meet deadlines. 
  • Sound knowledge of project management principles and associated practical experience. 
  • The successful incumbent is required to obtain, and meet the cost of, a Working with Children check and National Police Records check and be assessed as suitable.

OTHER INFORMATION

This is a Full-time; Ongoing position.
The salary on offer is $95,572 p.a. base of grade + 9.5% superannuation.
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.

HOW TO APPLY?

To view the position description, search 'employment' at www.museumvictoria.com.au and for more information about this position, please contact Tim Hart on 03 8341 7771

To apply, please send your Covering Letter, Resume and a statement addressing each of the Key Selection Criteria by visiting http://museumvictoria.com.au/about/work-opportunities/employment/

Applications Close: 13 July 2016

Contact: Tim Hart on 03 8341 7771 or via email.



01 Jun 2016: Ian Potter Australian Wildlife Biobank Research Fellow
Organisation: Museum Victoria
Location: Carlton VIC 3053
Type: Full time; Fixed term three years
Salary: $74,962 (Base of Grade) + 9.5% superannuation.
Closing Date: 06 Jul 2016

+ Full time; Fixed term three years 
+ $74,962 (Base of Grade) 
+ Based at Museum Victoria's award winning venue, Melbourne Museum and close to public transport.

Museum Victoria is seeking a Ian Potter Australian Wildlife BioBank Research Fellow to support an Early Career Researcher (within five years of PhD confirmation) to initiate and undertake wildlife conservation research investigating Victorian and/or Australian animals through utilising and growing the Ian Potter Australian Wildlife BioBank cryofacility.

ABOUT MUSEUM VICTORIA:

Museum Victoria cares for the State scientific and cultural collections, providing visitor access, activities and events at five distinct venues: Melbourne Museum, Immigration Museum, Scienceworks, IMAX Cinema and world heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building. To learn more about Museum Victoria, please visit http://museumvictoria.com.au/about/  

ABOUT THE POSITION:

This position is accountable for producing high quality biological research, the findings of which are published in peer-reviewed international journals and disseminated through academic and public lectures, science communication initiatives, the Museum's public programs and potentially be incorporated into its exhibitions.

Key Selection Criteria: 

  1. Ability to initiate, develop and deliver high quality research in the field of Australian wildlife conservation that will contribute to and extend research avenues in the Ian Potter Australian Wildlife BioBank facility, with special consideration given to research on threatened species and their recovery. 
  2. A track record in producing high quality research and outputs including academic publications. 
  3. A track record in establishing and building research networks and collaborations. 
  4. Ability to initiate, plan, organise, implement and deliver programs of work to tight deadlines, including field-based research projects. 
  5. Competency in IT and familiarity with a computerised environment.
  6. Effective communication skills, both oral and written.
  7. The successful applicant is required to undergo a National Police Records Check and be assessed as suitable (new employees are required to meet this cost)

HOW TO APPLY? To view the position description, search 'employment' at www.museumvictoria.com.au and for more information about this position, please contact Dermot Henry on 03 9270 5048.

To apply, please send your Covering Letter, Resume and a statement addressing each of the Key Selection Criteria by visiting http://museumvictoria.com.au/about/work-opportunities/employment/  

Applications Close: Wednesday 6 July 2016.

Contact: Dermot Henry on 03 9270 5048 or via email.



12 Aug 2015: Casual Visitor Services Officers
Organisation: Department of Parliamentary Services
Location: Canberra
Type: Ongoing Vacancy (Ref: JR4701)
Salary: Hourly rate for these positions is $28.83 (excluding loading)
Closing Date: 31 Jul 2016

Casual Visitor Services Officers
Temporary Employment Register
Parliamentary Service Officer 2
Programs & Visitor Experience Section
Ongoing Vacancy (Ref: JR4701)

Who we are looking for? The Department of Parliamentary Services (DPS) is recruiting casual non-ongoing Visitor Services Officers to work within the Visitor Services team at Australian Parliament House. To fill these roles, we are looking for people with exceptional presentation skills and a focus on excellent customer service. You will also enjoy working in the public environment with diverse audiences.

Casual Visitor Services Officers are required to work to meet varying demand, which may be for a few hours or a full day. There is no set roster or guarantee of hours.

Salary: Currently, the base hourly rate for these positions is $28.83 (excluding loading). Casual employees will be paid a loading in addition to the base hourly rate in lieu of payment for public holidays and accruing any type of leave (personal and annual leave), except long service leave.

Closing Date: Your registration for the PSL 2 Casual Visitor Services Officer Temporary Employment Register will remain active until 31 July 2016. After this time you will need to renew your registration by re-applying.

Eligibility and/or job specific requirements: Ability to successfully complete a Physical Competency Assessment (PCA) prior to any offer of employment; and Obtain a Working With Vulnerable People check through the ACT government.

Important Notes: Casual non-ongoing (temporary) employment opportunities will be offered on a short-term, irregular / intermittent basis for up to 12 months. Casual non-ongoing (temporary) employment offered through this process cannot be extended beyond the initial 12 month period. There is no guarantee that an offer of employment will be made whilst your application remains on the register.

Please note that applications must be submitted by 11:30pm Sunday, 31 July 2016.

For further information contact: Steven Konig on (02) 6277 5217 or steven.konig@aph.gov.au  

Please apply online - DPS Career Opportunities (https://career10.successfactors.com/career?company=DPS&career_job_req_id=4701&career_ns=job_listing&navBarLevel=JOB_SEARCH)

Contact: Steven Konig on (02) 6277 5217 or via email.



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