TRAINING LEVEL DESCRIPTOR
Level 2 duties typically require a skill level which assumes and requires:
- knowledge, training or experience relevant to the duties to be performed; or
- completion of Year 10 with relevant work experience; or
- completion of Year 12 without relevant work experience; or
- completion of Certificates I or II with work-related relevant experience; or
- an equivalent combination of experience and training.
TASK LEVEL DESCRIPTOR
Perform a range of straightforward tasks, where procedures are clearly established.
Tasks at this level are likely to require the performance of a range of similar duties governed by instructions and established procedures. Employees may occasionally perform more complex tasks for which detailed procedures exist and where assistance or advice is normally provided. Task competency can be acquired through on the job training and/or short courses.
JUDGEMENT, INDEPENDENCE AND PROBLEM SOLVING
At this level it is expected that problems encountered will be similar and the relevant response will be covered by established techniques, procedures or instructions. The choices to be made between alternate actions are straightforward or follow familiar patterns and assistance will be available when unusual circumstances are encountered or when established responses are not effective.
An employee at this level will be expected to perform a combination of various routine tasks where the daily work routine will allow the latitude to rearrange some work sequences, provided the prearranged work priorities are achieved.
Positions are accountable for their own work which is performed within established practices, methods and procedures, with more complex tasks performed occasionally.
LEVEL OF SUPERVISION
Routine supervision of straightforward tasks. Close supervision of more complex tasks.
ORGANISATIONAL KNOWLEDGE, RELATIONSHIPS AND IMPACT
Following training, may provide straightforward information/advice and assistance to members of the public, students and other employees which is based on a knowledge of the employee's work area/responsibility, including knowledge of the functions carried out and the location and availability of particular personnel and services.
Perform tasks which may involve relaying information on requirements or procedures where interpretation or problem solving is not required.