TRAINING LEVEL DESCRIPTOR
Level 4 duties typically require a skill level which assumes and requires knowledge or training equivalent to:
- completion of a diploma level qualification; or
- completion of a Certificate IV with relevant work experience; or
- completion of a post-trades certificate and extensive relevant experience and on the job training; or
- completion of a Certificate III with extensive relevant work experience; or
- an equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or education/training.
TASK LEVEL DESCRIPTOR
Tasks at this level are likely to be varied, some of a routine nature with a degree of complexity. Tasks require the application of any or all of the following within the work area:
- a sound knowledge of policies and procedures,
- some specialist knowledge or skills or a broad knowledge with depth in some areas,
- ability to understand principles and reasoning behind policies,
- some knowledge of planning, co-ordination and evaluation,
- limited creative, planning, analysis or design functions.
JUDGEMENT, INDEPENDENCE AND PROBLEM SOLVING
At this level it is expected that employees will have the ability to:
- do basic analysis and resolve more difficult problems within established guidelines/procedures,
- identify and monitor priorities,
- investigate and research straightforward matters which need clarification or resolution or use in planning for technical purposes
- interpret and apply relatively straightforward rules, legislation or policies,
- make recommendation on courses of action to be taken, for authorisation by others,
- take responsibility for own tasks and coordination of specified tasks.
LEVEL OF SUPERVISION
Procedural direction where-
- guidance is available in situations where courses of action are not defined or too complex,
- supervision is limited when established rules, procedures and guidelines are provided and understood,
- may work independently on specific task areas.
- may supervise other employees within a work area,
- may work in a team requiring co-ordination of employees and tasks.
ORGANISATIONAL KNOWLEDGE, RELATIONSHIPS AND IMPACT
Perform tasks/assignments which may:
- involve providing advice or information which may influence the actions of others or outcomes of work areas/projects,
- involve negotiating and liaising with a range of people, working towards agreed outcomes,
- involve providing guidance and advice to resolve work-related problems, taking into consideration the needs of people, the objectives of the work area/project and University policies,
- involve co-ordinating the activities of a range of employees, including those of a more senior level to contribute to a project,
- involve demonstrating a sound knowledge of the role and function of immediate work area and an awareness of the role of other work units,
- require proficiency in the project task or work area's rules, regulations, processes and techniques, and how they interact with other related functions/objectives of project.