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To provide customer focussed systems support for TASC business systems including the TASC Reporting, Assessment, and Certification System (TRACS). Assist with analysis, investigation and research as required.
Strategic Systems Development is responsible for providing advice to the Executive, schools and business units on the strategic direction for business application solutions and data investment within the Agency, coordinating the implementation of directions endorsed by the Executive overseeing and leading key initiatives and engaging with other Agencies on key whole of government data and business application solution initiatives and priorities.
As part of the school/college office team provide a broad range of general administrative support consisting of effective and efficient client services and advice and operation of school/college based accounting, maintenance and records systems.
*Employment Condtions - 42 weeks per year
To provide general ICT administrative and support tasks and duties for departmental computer systems. To provide support for staff and students using ICT resources, including troubleshooting and hardware support.
As a member of a multi-disciplinary team, provide a speech and language pathologist service which supports students and families in schools and child and family centres. Contribute to capacity building of school and child and family centre communities to improve access, participation and achievement of students and families.
*Applicants should note that, for a period of six months from the date of publication, this selection process may be used to fill subsequent or similar full time and part time vacancies.
To support the delivery of a quality, contemporary library service to meet a range of diverse and complex information and recreational needs to an agreed service standard, including developing and implementing particular aspects of Libraries Tasmania services and programs as required. Build and maintain effective relationships within the community, which promote inclusion and lifelong learning.
*This role is based at Beaconsfield Library as part of the George Town Library Catchment but the successful applicant may be required to work at other libraries within the George Town Library Catchment from time to time.
To implement and manage appropriate learning programs for students and to assess individual student progress. To assist the Principal in the general educational leadership, management and administration of a particular sector of a school or college.
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