TRAINING LEVEL DESCRIPTOR
Appointment at the base of this level does not require formal qualifications or work experience upon engagement.
Appointment at the base of this level will require structured on-the-job training in addition to up to 38 hours of induction to the higher education industry which will provide information on the higher education institution, conditions of employment, training to be made available and consequent career path opportunities, physical layout of the institution/work areas, introduction to fellow workers and supervisors, work and documentation procedures, occupational health and safety, equal opportunity practices and extended basic literacy and numeracy skills training where required/necessary to enable career path progression.
TASK LEVEL DESCRIPTOR
Tasks at this level are likely to be repetitive tasks, covered by established procedures, which usually require less than one month of on-the-job training to achieve competence. Tasks require the ability to follow clear instructions. Some knowledge of materials, e.g. cleaning chemicals and hand tools, may be required. Tasks may be associated with manual duties or elements of level 2 duties performed under close supervision in conjunction with structured on-the-job training.
JUDGEMENT, INDEPENDENCE AND PROBLEM SOLVING
At this level it is expected that employees will have the ability to resolve problems where:
- the situations encountered are repetitive,
- the alternatives for the job holder are limited and readily learned,
- the required action is clear or can be readily referred to higher levels.
LEVEL OF SUPERVISION
Close supervision or, in the case of more experienced employees working alone, routine supervision.
ORGANISATIONAL KNOWLEDGE, RELATIONSHIPS AND IMPACT
Perform tasks which are basically self-contained, with the impact of established procedures on other people or work areas being the concern of more senior employees. May provide straightforward information to others on building or service locations.