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The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) is one of South Australia’s largest organisations with assets in excess of $13 billion, an annual operating budget exceeding $1.1 billion and a capital program of $670 million with more than 3000 employees. We are delivering the biggest public transport investment in South Australia's history through a series of projects spanning 10 years.

DPTI recognises the benefits that a diverse and inclusive culture brings for our staff and customers in delivering the future of South Australia. We welcome and encourage applications from diverse community groups and ages including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTIQ, people with disabilities, women and other diversity groups.

The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for each vacancy.

The SA Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer and safety is a core value.

Current jobs available in the department are listed on this page.

Click on a job title for more information about each vacancy.

JOB TITLE SALARY DETAILS LOCATION TENURE OF VACANCY CLOSING DATE QUALIFICATIONS

Senior Contracts Specialist

LE4
$108,076 to $118,485 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Temporary Appointment
(Up to 12 months)

29 June 2018

Yes

Vacancy No. 315359

This role forms part of the Procurement and Contracting Directorate, in particular the Contracting Section which is responsible for delivering contract management services for the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI).

The Senior Contracts Specialist is accountable for the efficient management, negotiation and resolution of high risk and complex construction contract disputes as well as matters that have the potential to escalate to a dispute. The disputes exist under various different contract types including those used by the State Procurement Board, Project Alliance Agreements, GC21 (based on the NSW model) and the Australian Standard suite of construction contracts. The senior Contracts Specialist is the primary point of contact for all dispute related matters under these contracts.

This role functions as a subject matter expert in providing advice and expertise in identifying and managing dispute related processes, contractual matters, and contractor performance issues. In addition, provides procedures, templates, mentoring, training and advice to contract managers and the Directorate more broadly in respect of lower level disputes or other matters where the Department seeks to enforce is contractual rights - for example, remedial work during a defects liability period.

The Senior Contracts Specialist will maintain a comprehensive and accurate records and will brief and work with internal and external legal counsel as necessary. Coordinating with the Directorate, business stakeholders and contractors. The Senior Contracts Specialist will also develop and maintain relationships to enable the successful mediation and resolution of contractual issues, offer solutions to problems or facilitate dispute resolutions. Highly developed knowledge of the discipline, related national initiatives and the issues, risks, trends and directions associated with contract dispute management.

Requirements
A degree in Law (a practicing certificate is not required) and significant (7+ years) experience in a complex commercial, construction or project environment or equivalent experience in a law firm construction contract dispute practice. Qualifications or professional membership relevant to arbitration, adjudication or mediation would be considered highly regarded. Some out-of-hours work will be required. Intra/interstate travel necessitating overnight absences may be required. This role has been classified as a position of trust and the incumbent is subject to a satisfactory criminal history / record check in line with department policies and procedures.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Mr Joseph Glatter
Director, Contracting

Telephone:
(08) 8164 1290

Email:
joseph.glatter@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email: dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Team Leader, Contract Management - Civil

ASO8 - LE4 - PO5
$108,076 to $119,108 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Ongoing Appointment

29 June 2018

Yes

Vacancy No. 315618 (ASO8) $110,505 to $114,813 pa + Superannuation
Vacancy No. 315623 (LE4) $108,076 to $118,485 pa + Superannuation
Vacancy No. 315624 (PO5) $113,654 to $119,108 pa + Superannuation

This role forms part of the Procurement and Contracting Directorate and in particular, the Contracting Section which is responsible for delivering contract management services for the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) including both high value strategic projects over $1 billion as well as smaller, lower value projects.

The Team Leader Contract Management - Civil is responsible for leading a team of contract managers to ensure that all contracting parties are held accountable and meet their obligations on the Department's civil infrastructure construction contracts. The role is also responsible for developing commercial and contract management capability within the team in alignment with the Contracting Section's Mission Statement and the Directorates Strategic Plan. Where appropriate, the role is responsible for managing more complex contracts, and together with the Contracting Section's leadership team, is responsible for effectively developing and implementing process improvement including contract documentation and contracting procedures across DPTI.

Requirements
ASO8 - Tertiary qualifications in Law and/or in another relevant discipline and/or significant relevant experience will be well regarded.

LE4 - A degree in Law (a practicing certificate is not required) and significant (7+ years) experience in a complex commercial, construction or project environment.

PO5 - A degree in Engineering and significant (7+ years) experience in a complex commercial, construction or project environment.

Some out-of-hours work will be required. Intra-interstate travel necessitating overnight absences may be required. This role has been classified as a position of trust and the incumbent is subject to a satisfactory criminal history / record check in line with department policies and procedures.

This role is being called at the ASO8, LE4 and PO5 classification levels. Successful applicants will be appointed at a classification level commensurate with their experience.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Mr Joseph Glatter
Director, Contracting

Telephone:
(08) 8164 1290

Email:
joseph.glatter@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email: dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement (ASO8)
Role Statement (LE4)
Role Statement (PO5)
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Team Leader, Visualisation Services

ASO7 - ASO8
$98,259 to $114,813 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Ongoing Appointment

29 June 2018

No

Vacancy No. 315343 (ASO7) $98,259 to $106,507 pa + Superannuation
Vacancy No. 315348 (ASO8) $110,505 to $114,813 pa + Superannuation

About Us
Enterprise Information is a small multidisciplinary team focussed on improving public value by supporting evidence based decision making practices.

The Team
The Visualisation Team is responsible for improving access to and use of information to support key processes at corporate and business unit levels.

Key Duties
The Team Leader, Visualisation Services is accountable to the Director, Enterprise Information for driving corporate and business performance and efficiency through more effective reporting and improved accessibility to information for staff and the community. This role provides significant data visualisation expertise and leads the development of solutions to support strategic insight by:

  • Developing and implementing a data visualisation strategy;
  • Designing and overseeing the implementation of data visualisation projects;
  • Developing and documenting personas, wireframes and user stories;
  • Developing business cases for data visualisation projects;
  • Providing oversight to delivery of business intelligence components;
  • Leading improved user experience design practices;
  • Periodically testing the effectiveness of solutions.

About You
We are seeking strategic thinking individuals that align to our values, have a passion for information and can comfortably cross the divide between technology and business to join our growing team.

We expect that you will:

  • be highly skilled in the effective presentation of data including that development of dashboards, scorecards, reports and self-serve analytics solutions;
  • have extensive experience retrieving, manipulating, integrating and analysing complex data;
  • lead the development of enterprise initiatives for the management and visualisation of corporate performance data;
  • quickly develop a strong understanding of individual business needs and supporting processes and systems;
  • support business units to turn their ideas and objectives into clear requirements;
  • be flexible to changing priorities and comfortable in a fast-paced dynamic environment;
  • be comfortable multitasking and working on multiple ongoing projects, with limited oversight;
  • work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment;
  • possess strong oral and written communication skills with the ability to translate complex analysis and insights into relevant business discussions

This role is being called at the ASO7 and ASO8 classifications levels. Successful applicants will be appointed at a classification level commensurate with their experience.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Mr Mick Lorenz
Director, Enterprise Information

Telephone:
(08) 8226 2234

Email:
mick.lorenz@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email: dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement (ASO7)
Role Statement (ASO8)
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Senior Cadastral Surveyor

PO3 - PO4
$91,829 to $109,905 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Ongoing Appointment

26 June 2018

Yes

Vacancy No. 315076 (PO3) $91,829 to $97,287 pa + Superannuation
Vacancy No. 315083 (PO4) $100,696 to $109,905 pa + Superannuation

The Survey Operations Unit is responsible for ensuring the integrity of the state's cadastral system and geodetic framework. This information plays an important role in supporting infrastructure and development within the state. The Senior Cadastral Surveyor will provide a lead role in the creation, establishment and maintenance of the Cadastral Integrity Program. The role requires a strategic focus and a thorough knowledge of cadastral statutory requirements and will provide advice and support to the Surveyor-General and Cadastral Specialist. The duties include the modernisation of Survey Instructions and digitisation of processes to provide business efficiencies for departmental and external stakeholders. The role will operate in a leadership capacity as part of a team providing high level professional expertise, direction and training to staff, clients and the wider surveying industry. A key aspect is to contribute to the effective development, implementation and compliance of policies and procedures within the Land Boundaries Section of the Department.

Requirements
A tertiary degree in surveying or a related field, and registration or eligibility for registration as a Licensed Surveyor with the Surveyors Board of South Australia is essential. A current driver's licence is also essential. Some out of hours work may be required, and inter and intra state travel involving overnight absences including some remote area may also be required. This role has been classified as a position of trust and the incumbent is subject to a satisfactory criminal history / record check in line with departmental policies and procedures. This role is a dual call and is being called at the PO3 and PO4 classification levels. Successful applicants will be appointed at a classification level commensurate with their qualifications and experience.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Mr Michael Burdett
Surveyor-General

Telephone:
(08) 8226 4036

Email:
michael.burdett@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email: dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement (PO3)
Role Statement (PO4)
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Personal Assistant to the Minister

ASO5
$77,230 to $86,297 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Temporary Appointment
(Up to 12 months)

26 June 2018

No

Vacancy No. 315042

The Personal Assistant to the Minister is accountable to the Office Manager, but works on a one-on-one basis with the Minister, and closely with the Chief of Staff, Ministerial Advisers, portfolio and other agencies in:

  • Providing high level confidential secretarial and advisory services, including high level diary management, to ensure the effective planning, coordination, scheduling and delivery of personalised administrative support to the Minister;
  • Coordinating the Minister's meetings and events, including the preparation of briefings for the Minister and any other necessary documentation as required;
  • Coordinating travel arrangements;
  • Preparing correspondence, including reports and briefings, for the Minister;
  • Liaising with the department, as well as internal and external stakeholders;
  • Undertaking project research and analysis services for the Minister as required.

Requirements
Some work outside normal hours and some intrastate travel involving overnight absences may be required. This role has been classified as a position of trust and the incumbent is subject to a satisfactory criminal history / record check in line with departmental policies and procedures.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Ms Jenna Phillips-Wilkinson
A/Office Manager, Minister Knoll's Office

Telephone:
(08) 7109 8430

Email:
jenna.phillips-wilkinson3@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email: dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Senior Vehicle Inspector

OPS3 - OPS4
$60,681 to $72,262 pa + Superannuation

Regency Park

Temporary Appointment
(Up to 5 months)

26 June 2018

Yes

Vacancy No. 314967 (OPS3) $60,681 to $64,868 pa + Superannuation
Vacancy No. 314969 (OPS4) $69,135 to $72,262 pa + Superannuation

The Senior Vehicle Inspector is responsible for providing high level inspectorial skills and undertaking and overseeing detailed vehicle inspections, including heavy and lights vehicles and buses, audit of mandatory maintenance schedules, and other accreditation systems reporting non-compliance to the relevant authority. The role will provide supervision support and training to Vehicle Inspectors and assisting with complex vehicle inspections issues. A key aspect is the provision of technical advice to other area of the department, SAPOL, other Government agencies, the public and private sector industry operators, in relation to both light and heavy vehicles.

Requirements
A qualified light or heavy vehicle mechanic or any other professional mechanical qualification with appropriate vehicular experience is essential. A current driver's licence for class car is required and hold or be prepared to obtain a HR licence. Interstate and/or intrastate travel involving overnight absences and work outside of normal hours and at weekends will be required. Hours of work are 152 over a four week period which may be worked on an irregular shift basis over the 24 hour day, seven days per week including public holidays. This role has been classified as a position of trust and the incumbent is subject to satisfactory criminal history / record check in line with departmental policies and procedures. This role is a dual call and is being called at the OPS3 and OPS4 classification levels. Successful applicants will be appointed at a classification level commensurate with their qualifications and experience.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Ms Rebecca Kuss
Unit Manager, Vehicle Inspections

Telephone:
0434 608 243

Email:
rebecca.kuss@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email: dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement (OPS3)
Role Statement (OPS4)
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Unit Manager, Governance and Administration

ASO8
$110,505 to $114,813 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Ongoing Appointment

20 June 2018

No

Vacancy No. 314722

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) is seeking to appoint a motivated and highly driven leader to be part of  the Planning Reform section within the department. We are looking for a leader with a passion for helping unlock South Australia's potential, who can work with a dynamic and committed leadership team to deliver outcomes for the State. Providing high level expert advice relating to governance and administration and managing the governance framework for the State Planning Commission, its related subcommittees (including the State Commission Assessment Panel) and its relationship to the Department and Office for the Minister for Planning are key focus areas of the role. The role liaises extensively with executive and senior management and provides support for the State Planning Commission, in particular the Chair. The role will lead a discreet team of staff responsible for servicing and providing governance support for the State Planning Commission and its associated subcommittees

Requirements
To be eligible for this role, applicants must possess:

  • Extensive understanding of, and ability to interpret, the legislative requirements and procedures associated with the Development Act 1993.
  • Extensive experience in managing governance outcomes and probity risk in relation to Government Boards and Committees.
  • Ability to manage an advances governance process with interface between government Boards/Committees, Ministers Office and the Department.
  • Ability to manage a team responsible for servicing government statutory Boards and Committees.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:
Mr Wayne Hutchinson
Manager, Development Policy and Assessment

Telephone:
0411 383 944

Email:
wayne.hutchinson@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

Recruitment and Employment, (GPO Box 1533) Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email: dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Network Operations Supervisor (Pool)

$1,438.21 to $1,504.67 pw + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Multiple Vacancies
Temporary Appointment
(Up to 12 months)

Applications are now being accepted

Yes

Vacancy No. 299446

Here’s your chance to work for a vibrant and innovative department that oversees planning, transport and infrastructure in our state. We’re looking for someone who wants to bring their energy, skills and knowledge to make South Australia the best it can be – joining our team already dedicated to this task.

The Department is seeking to establish a pool of Network Operations Supervisors for a period of 12 months.  Successful candidates will be placed in the pool and may be appointed as opportunities arise.

Key Duties
The Network Operations Supervisor is accountable to the Unit Manager Network Control for:

  • providing leadership and direction in the day-to-day management and rapid response to incidents on the Rail Commissioner Train and Tram Network, and providing compliance with all rail safety requirements as determined by Rail Safety National Law, specifically in regard to safe working rules, procedures and incident management; and
  • the application of safe working rules and procedures as required to ensure the safety of train and tram movements, including the provision of track protection activities for rolling stock maintenance staff or recovery teams during both planned and unplanned disruptions.

Essential Requirements
To be eligible for this role, applicants must:

  • possess a qualification certificate in Business, Logistics, Planning or similar; or substantial operational experience in a rail transport or logistic organisation
  • successfully completed the AMPRN rules and procedures training
  • hold a current SA driver’s licence
  • be willing to work shift work in accordance with a seven day rotating roster including weekend work
  • be willing to undertake a pre-employment medical and criminal history clearance

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment. The SA Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer and safety is a core value.

Enquiries to:
Mr Paul De Jong
Unit Manager, Network Control

Telephone:
(08) 7201 5002

Email:
paul.dejong@sa.gov.au

Applications to:
Recruitment and Employment
GPO Box 1533
Adelaide  SA  5001

Telephone:
(08) 8343 2600

Email:
dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Senior Community Engagement Adviser (Pool)

ASO6
$89,184 – $94,543 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Multiple Vacancies
Temporary Appointment
(Up to 12 months)

Applications are now being accepted

No

Vacancy No. 2017-22812

The Senior Community Engagement Advisers are responsible for developing, implementing and managing consultation and community engagement for the department's projects, programs and initiatives. The roles will be required to operate as a community engagement expert with political acumen and a sound knowledge of the department's and the State Government's strategic engagement framework, principles and practices by providing high level advice and support across all departmental business areas. An ability to quickly identify appropriate community engagement opportunities, milestones, risks, mitigations and solutions to business needs is essential to develop comprehensive and strategic communications plans, as is the knowledge and experience to deploy these on behalf of and/or in collaboration with the relevant business areas.

Special Conditions: 
Out of hours work will be required.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit a written application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:

Ms Marisa Thayuman - Community Engagement Coordinator

Telephone: (08) 8343 2622

Emailmarisa.thayuman@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

GPO Box 1533 
Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone: (08) 8343 2600

Email: dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement 
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Community Engagement Officer (Pool)

ASO4-ASO5
$69,135– $86,297 pa + Superannuation

Adelaide CBD

Multiple Vacancies
Temporary Appointment
(Up to 12 months)

Applications are now being accepted

No

Vacancy No. 2017-22808 (ASO4) $69,135 – $72,616 pa + Superannuation
Vacancy No. 2017-22809 (ASO5) $77,230 – $86,297 pa + Superannuation

The Community Engagement Officers are responsible for developing, implementing and managing consultation and community engagement for the department's projects, programs and initiatives. The roles will be required to operate across multiple projects, providing support to business areas and will work with other agencies on intra-agency and whole of government initiatives. A key aspect of these roles is undertaking research to develop and evaluate consultation and communications planning, and working closely with other units within the section to produce coordinated, integrated and innovative plans and supporting materials to achieve the best outcomes. The successful applicants will be politically aware and have a sound knowledge of the department's and the State Government's strategic engagement framework, principles, practices and provide advice and support across all departmental business areas.

Special Conditions 
Out of hours work will be required.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit a written application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:

Ms Marisa Thayuman - Community Engagement Coordinator

Telephone: (08) 8343 2622

Emailmarisa.thayuman@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

GPO Box 1533 
Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone: (08) 8343 2600

Email: dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

Role Statement ASO4
Role Statement ASO5 
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply

Selection Panel Officer (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) (Pool)

ASO4-ASO8
$69,135- $114,813 pa + Superannuation

Various

Multiple Vacancies
Casual Appointment
(Up to 12 months)

Applications are now being accepted

No

Vacancy No. 2017-22351 (ASO4) $69,135 - $72,616 pa + Superannuation
Vacancy No. 2017-22353 (ASO5) $77,230 - $86,297 pa + Superannuation
Vacancy No. 2017-22356 (ASO6) $89,184 - $94,543 pa + Superannuation
Vacancy No. 2017-22358 (ASO7) $98,259 - $106,507 pa + Superannuation

Vacancy No. 2017-22359 (ASO8) $110,505- $114,813 pa + Superannuation

The Department is seeking to establish a pool of Selection Panel Officers to work on a casual basis. Successful candidates will be placed into a pool and may be called upon as required. As a Selection Panel Officer you should have prior public sector experience and have knowledge of merit selection procedures or demonstrated capacity to undertake selection panel training. The Selection Panel Officer is responsible for participating in the selection process to ensure merit selection principles are observed and make recommendations in accordance with departmental policy and selection methods employed. Functions may include shortlisting applications, interviewing candidates, referee checking and providing input into selection outcomes and processes.

Special Conditions
To be eligible for this role, candidates must be Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, be an Australian Citizen or Permanent resident of Australia and be willing to work on a casual basis.

Please Note
Applicants are required to submit the Questionnaire along with a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number, the Pre-Employment Declaration and the Confirmation of Aboriginality with their application for employment.

In accordance with the Public Sector Act 2009, the successful applicant will be employed at the classification level and may be transferred to other roles over time in line with our organisational priorities and/or personal development plans.

Enquiries to:

Mr Errol Lovegrove - Senior Cultural Consultant Aboriginal Engagement

Telephone: (08) 7109 7129

Emailaboriginal.engage@sa.gov.au

Applications to:

GPO Box 1533 
Adelaide SA 5001

Telephone: (08) 8343 2600

Email: dpti.apply@sa.gov.au

ASO4 Role Statement
ASO5 Role Statement
ASO6 Role Statement
ASO7 Role Statement
ASO8 Role Statement 
Questionnaire
Confirmation of Aboriginality
Cover Sheet
Employment Declaration
Guide to Apply