Level 10

TRAINING LEVEL DESCRIPTOR

Duties at or above this level typically require a skill level which assumes and requires knowledge or training equivalent to:

  • proven expertise in the management of significant human and material resources; in addition to, in some areas,
  • postgraduate qualifications and extensive relevant experience; or
  • an equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or education/ training.

TASK LEVEL DESCRIPTOR

Tasks at this level are likely to require employees to conceptualise, develop, review and be accountable for the operation of major professional, management, specialist or administrative policies/projects at the corporate level. Significant and high level creative planning, programme and managerial functions and highly developed analytical skills with clear accountability for programme performance. Responsible for significant resources. Generate and use a high level of theoretical and applied knowledge. Responsible for providing strategic technical leadership to senior managers for major university projects.

JUDGEMENT, INDEPENDENCE AND PROBLEM SOLVING

At this level it is expected that employees will have the ability to be responsible and accountable for the achievement of significant organisational objectives and programs/complex and significant technical issues. Responsible and accountable for setting and reviewing longer term performance criteria and objectives. Responsibility for approving and committing substantial budget expenditure within the parameters of the University's financial delegations.

LEVEL OF SUPERVISION

Open direction.

ORGANISATIONAL KNOWLEDGE, RELATIONSHIPS AND IMPACT

Perform tasks which may involve responsibility for approving the development or significant amendment of policies/programs/projects which impact across the University.

Communicate a vision of significant, broad policies/programs/projects that impact across the University

Authorise significant expenditure and commit the University to significant contractual obligations, taking into account the University's Delegations of Authority.

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