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SAMPLE DUTY CLAUSES HEO LEVEL 1

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IT - Business Analyst. Business Analyst 1 Be responsible for analysis and design of information and businesssystems of the University's information

HEO LEVEL 7 - SAMPLE CLAUSES FOR DUTIES AND

    SELECTION CRITERIA

    These are suggested example duties and selection criteria for HEO 7 which are sorted into different types of positions for ease of reference only. They can be mixed and changed to meet the needs of your particular position.

    SAMPLE DUTY CLAUSES

    (Generic roles)

    Technical Technical:

    1) Provision of substantial and senior high-level technical support and

    authoritative advice to staff and students. This may be in a key area of

    specialisation or across a broad range of technical areas within the

    Faculty.

    2) In consultation with academic staff, design, develop and test, verify new

    techniques, and resolve unique and complex technical problems.

    3) Be responsible for managing the organisational/coordination aspects of

    practical classes and field excursions.

    IRF:

    1) Provide authoritative knowledge and substantial experience to the project.

    2) Initiate research project topic ideas for further discussion and/or

    development.

    3) Contribute to developing submissions for project funding.

    4) Using substantial technical expertise, research, collect, collate, analyse

    and interpret data from research activities.

    5) Undertake complex quantitative and/or qualitative data analysis and

    evaluation.

    6) Develop and implement procedures to ensure compliance with the NSW

    OH&S Act and the UNE OH&S Policy. Promote OH&S and have particular

    responsibility for OH&S issues, including undertaking risk assessments on

    various procedures.

    7) Researching and providing technical recommendations relating to strategic

    planning involving sophisticated infrastructure, equipment and applications.

    Manage maintenance of these resources.

    8) Be responsible for the management, maintenance and operation of

    sophisticated scientific equipment and applications.

    I.T. - Computer ITD Web:

    Support/Programmers 1) Be responsible for the analysis, design, development, testing and

    implementation of web applications, technologies and tools.

    2) Be responsible for design, development, support, maintenance and

    security controls of the University's information systems including but not

    limited to: academic systems; and administrative systems.

    3) Pro-actively participate in the design of systems, including but not limited

    to: analysis of user requirements; testing procedures; functional/business

    analysis; system design and implementation; writing technical

    specifications; implementation and training; job estimation.

    4) Provide programming support to clients and other team members,

    including but not limited to: relational databases; fine tuning of web

    applications; HTML and XML coding and stylesheets; web development

    using standard web programming languages; web design and

    maintenance.

    5) Provide programming support to clients and other team members,

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    applications; 3GL and 4GL programming; programming for student data collection from admissions centres' data warehouses; web programming, design and maintenance.

    6) Participate in and lead project teams. Supervise project staff.

    7) Produce support documentation for the purposes of quality assurance and participate in the related tasks of business process re-design and

    continuous process improvement.

    8) Ensure compliance ....

    9) In consultation with the Project Manager initiate the provision of new or enhanced services.

    10) Assist in the formulation of operational plans and policy relating to the

    project/group.

    Database Developer 1) Develop new relational databases, create queries and enhance the functionality of databases to enable scientists to carry out sophisticated analysis of data.

    2) Write code and construct HTML Help files for a range of databases.

    3) Write code and construct intuitive Interfaces for databases including the entry and checking of metadata files.

    4) In response to specific client needs, identify problems and develop database solutions including but not limited to: analysis of user requirements; design of normalised tables and relationships; testing procedures; functional analysis; database implementation; writing technical

    specifications; implementation and training.

    5) Responsible for database and internet security controls for various projects.

    6) Provide programming support for interaction with databases and the

    creation of web forms using programming languages such as Visual Basic, C# and .NET programming and macros.

    7) Using relational databases and tools, facilitate the ability of other staff to enter content into the web site.

    8) Support the database needs of postgraduates in the Faculty, especially in

    relation to creating new tables and relationships and flexible graphing

    functionality for data collected.

    9) Liaise and consult with appropriate scientific staff in other research groups to achieve targets on time, and to provide database advice to achieve

    objectives of the projects.

    10) Write progress reports, help pages, publications and web pages relevant

    to the position.

    11) Document all queries in the relational databases.

    12) Make presentations to prospective clients of database capacity of the

    RDU.

    IT - Business Analyst Business Analyst:

    1) Be responsible for analysis and design of information and business systems of the University's information systems including but not limited to: academic systems; administrative systems.

    2) Pro-actively participate in the analysis and design of business systems, liaison with business unit stakeholder including but not limited to: analysis of user requirements; development of testing procedures; functional and business analysis; system analysis and design; development of scope

    documents and functional specifications; training documentation; job estimation.

    3) Produce support documentation for the purposes of quality assurance and participate in the related tasks of business process re-design and

    continuous process improvement.

    4) Participate in and, as required, lead project teams. Supervise project staff.

    5) Ensure compliance with the standards and requirements of internal and external auditors, government agencies and relevant standards setting

    bodies.

    6) In consultation with the IT and business stakeholders initiate the provision

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of new or enhanced services.

    7) Act as a technical representative of the University to external organisations and implement requirements for such organisations.

    8) Maintain accreditations, relevant industry skills and knowledge and develop new skills as necessary, including testing and evaluation of software.

    Project Assistants to IRF:

    Managers - IT Conduct regular meetings with the project teams and project partners. Manage any action required.

Specialist:

    1) Provide authoritative advice to senior managers on particular specialist knowledge.

Administrative:

    1) Responsible for the day-to-day supervision of the Unit.

    2) Be responsible for the development and review of relevant Unit's policy

    and procedures ensuring compliance with legislation.

    3) Provide policy and planning advice in order to assist managers to meet their responsibilities.

    4) Assist in the preparation of operational plans for the Directorate.

    5) Provide executive support and authoritative advice.

    6) Be responsible for managing, developing and implementing specialist programs.

R&C Manager:

    1) Provide leadership to supervisors in (area of speciality or broad range of topics) to improve performance and identify change.

    2) Coordinate the development, maintenance and implementation of policies and procedures, taking into account trends and systems to improve efficiency and effectiveness of (specific function/s).

    Administrative IRF:

    Conduct regular meetings with the project teams and project partners.

    Manage any action required.

Specialist:

    Provide authoritative advice/leadership to senior managers on particular specialist knowledge.

Admin:

    1) Responsible for the day-to-day supervision of the Unit.

    2) Be responsible for the development and review of relevant Unit's policy and procedures ensuring compliance with legislation.

    3) Coordinate the development, maintenance and implementation of policies and procedures, taking into account trends and systems in the industry, to improve efficiency and effectiveness of "specialised area".

    4) Provide policy and planning advice in order to assist managers to meet their responsibilities.

    5) Assist in the preparation of operational plans for the Directorate.

    6) Provide executive support and authoritative advice.

    7) Be responsible for managing, developing and implementing specialist programs.

    8) Be responsible for the efficient operation of "?" Unit. This includes staff training, management of financial and staff resources as well as system administration and user support.

    9) Provide advice to senior management on "?" issues; develop and implement policies in such a way to allow for efficient business decision making.

    10) Ensure that the University complies with "?" legislation and liaise with "?"

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    Authority regarding University compliance and guidelines, University

    policy and plans.

    11) Plan for and implement "?" systems development using new technology

    and be responsible for continued development.

    12) Ensure the UNE's guidelines for "?" are adhered to across the University.

    13) Analyse the information needs of clients in order to provide the

    maximum efficiency from available resources; advise on reforms to

    business processes, and plan and implement appropriate training

    activities for users of the "?" system.

    14) Responsible for the planning, allocating and expenditure control of "Unit"

    budget in consultation with the Director.

    15) Provide research on complex issues.

    16) Provide advice on the legal implications of "..." acts and managing

    practices throughout the University.

    17) Provide professional direction to workteams.

Manager:

    1) Provide leadership to supervisors in (area of speciality or broad range of topics) to improve performance and identify change.

    2) Coordinate the development, maintenance and implementation of policies

    and procedures, taking into account trends and systems to improve efficiency and effectiveness of (specific function/s).

    3) Manage all stages of (specialist area/broad areas).

    4) Provide advice to managers on the potential impact of ? in order to achieve

    University objectives.

    Research IRF:

    1) Using substantial technical expertise, research, collect, collate, analyse and interpret data from research activities.

    2) Undertake complex quantitative and/or qualitative data analysis and evaluation.

    3) Draft research papers for publication and conference papers for presentation and publication where appropriate.

    4) Prepare materials to communicate the research activities and progress.

    5) Under the guidance of senior staff, be involved in the process of identifying

    and planning IRF strategic research activities.

    Account/Finance Finance:

    1) Undertake the coordination and preparation of the annual financial statements and required returns in a timely manner and in accordance with the relevant legislation and accounting standards.

    2) Provide advice regarding relevant accounting standards, accounting concepts and University accounting policy under applicable legislation to enable management to comply with the legislative and reporting requirements.

    3) Coordinate and develop the accounting structures and operational processes for the utilisation of the accounting system for the separate entities.

    4) Assist in the University budget development process.

    5) Assist relevant officers in the development and provision of the University's

    cash flow forecasts.

    IRF:

    Prepare materials to communicate the research activities and progress.

    R&C Manager:

    Responsible for the identification, provision and dissemination of advice in relation to policies and processes

    of (specialist area/broad areas), including the development and conduct of information seminars

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IRF:

    Prepare statistical data using electronic database software such as Excel or similar.

    1) Using substantial technical expertise, research, collect, collate, analyse and interpret data from research activities.

    2) Undertake complex quantitative and/or qualitative data analysis and evaluation.

    Technical:

    1) Planning, organising, implementing and participating in UNE extension and public relations activities.

    2) Be responsible for managing the organisation/coordination aspects of practical classes and field

    excursions.

IRF:

    1) Develop project plans and manage aspects of the project, including establishing collaborations with research partners, monitoring the overall progress of the project, and reporting the achievements of milestones to the Program Leader and funding agencies/stakeholders.

    2) Source funding and manage expenditures against project funds. Be responsible for providing regular reports to the Program Leader.

    Finance:

    Develop and maintain the University's accounting policy and procedures, taking into account changing

    legislation, standards and structure.

Library:

    Undertakes planning and policy development in relation to "specialised area" and has discretion to innovate within the Unit and provides the senior managers with authoritative advice on "specialised area".

    IRF:

    Source funding and manage expenditures against project funds. Be responsible for providing regular reports to the Program Leader.

    Technical:

    1) Supervising, coordinating and providing leadership to other technical staff to ensure delivery of identified outcomes.

    2) Training and supervising students while using specialised equipment or applications.

IRF:

    Mange and coordinate tasks of other staff supporting the project.

Finance:

    Supervise the Assistant Accountants within the Unit.

Library:

    3) Is responsible for the coordination, overall supervision of Unit staff. Monitors performance of Unit, establishes priorities and procedures for the Unit and performs the annual Goal Setting and Performance

    Review for all Unit staff.

    4) In association with senior management, is responsible for the supervision and training of staff of the Unit.

    5) In association with senior staff, manage staffing resources for the Unit.

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    Ensure the University's policies and procedures relating to equal opportunity, risk management, occupational health and safety and quality assurance are applied in relation to the responsibilities of this

    position.

    SAMPLE SELECTION CRITERIA CLAUSES

    A relevant degree with substantial relevant experience; or extensive relevant experience and management expertise; or an equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or education/training.

Finance:

    Completion of an accounting degree or relevant qualification and extensive financial accounting experience

    or an equivalent combination of relevant knowledge, training and/or experience including significant progress

    towards CPA/CA qualification.

Library:

    University degree or equivalent qualification and eligibility for professional membership of the Australian Library and Information Association and relevant library experience, or an equivalent alternative combination

    of relevant knowledge, training and experience.

    Technical:

    Demonstrated knowledge and significant specialist expertise in one or more of the key areas or across a broad range of areas within The Sciences, as well as in the maintenance and operation of sophisticated and/or complex scientific equipment and applications.

Business Analyst:

    Demonstrated excellent skills and relevant experience in business and systems analysis and design. (This may involve a practical test)

Computer System Support:

    1) Demonstrated significant expertise in systems administration.

    2) Proven skills to support IT users in a distributed network environment.

    3) Proven extensive, current knowledge of IT issues, trends and innovations and the ability to design appropriate technical solutions using this knowledge.

    4) Demonstrated ability to manage large and complex IT projects.

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Technical:

    1) Demonstrated ability to provide senior leadership and manage technical staff.

    2) Demonstrated significant experience and expertise in management of scientific laboratories and

    equipment.

Business Analyst:

    Demonstrated experience in project management both as a leader and as a project team member.

Computer System Support:

    Demonstrated ability to manage large and complex IT projects.

Library:

    Demonstrated ability to supervise, train and develop staff.

Administrative:

    1) Successful project management experience in large and/or complex projects - particularly the ability to lead, and/or be part of a multi-disciplined project team.

    2) Substantial experience in the organisation, management and operations of a "specialised" Unit, including staff supervision.

    1) The ability to interpret complex legislation, and provide clear, sound advice and recommendations to non-

    experts in the area, and apply innovative strategies to achieve positive outcomes for the University.

    2) Demonstrated high level analytical and research skills, as well as experience and skills in policy

    development and writing.

    Demonstrated ability to exercise initiative and high level judgement.

Business Analyst:

    Demonstrated excellent problem solving and analytical skills.

Computer System Support:

    Demonstrated excellent problem solving and analytical skills.

Administrative:

    1) Demonstrated high level analytical and research skills, as well as experience and skills in policy development and writing.

    2) Demonstrated excellent problem-solving, analytical and diagnostic skills, with the ability to compile project

    plans, business proposals and analyses.

    Technical:

    Demonstrated superior interpersonal and oral and written communication skills.

Finance:

    Demonstrated excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills.

Business Analyst:

    1) Demonstrated excellent communication skills.

    2) Demonstrated ability to produce user and system documentation.

Administrative:

    Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with demonstrated ability in consultation and negotiation,

    and the ability to liaise at all levels.

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Technical:

    Demonstrated high level computing skills and use of relevant software.

Programmer:

    1) Demonstrated substantial programming skills in 3GL and 4GL. (This may involve a practical test).

    2) Demonstrated excellent skills and relevant experience in systems analysis and design. (This may involve a practical test).

Admin:

    Demonstrated high level computer application skills and in-depth understanding of and experience with

    administrative systems.

RDU:

    1) Demonstrated ability to independently develop and implement relational database solutions with ability to develop with computer programming tools to enhance database and/or web page functionality.

    2) Demonstrated ability in maintaining a computer server, and ability to maintain a secure website and to

    provide secure protection of the computer software and data.

Comp Sys Support:

    1) Demonstrated significant expertise in systems administration.

    2) Proven skills to support IT users in a distributed network environment.

    3) Proven extensive, current knowledge of IT issues, trends and innovations and the ability to design appropriate technical solutions using this knowledge.

    4) Demonstrated ability to manage large and complex IT projects.

    1) Demonstrated excellent planning, analytical and organisational skills and ability to manage the operation of the financial systems of a residence.

    2) Demonstrated experience in effective management of financial resources, including working within an allocated budget.

Accountant:

    1) Demonstrated practical understanding and knowledge of current accounting standards.

    2) Demonstrated strong practical understanding of and experience in general accounting principles and concepts, financial accounting and presentation of financial statements.

    3) Demonstrated proven hands-on experience in the operation of a computerised accounting system.

    4) Demonstrated experience in the use of PC based financial modelling tools and techniques including the use of spreadsheets and databases.

     Demonstrated high level of initiative and excellent project management skills.

    Finance:

    Demonstrated ability to manage and work effectively with a team of people to achieve planned goals and objectives.

Business Analyst:

    Proven ability to lead and work in a team.

Computer System Support:

    Proven experience in managing staff and teams of technical specialists.

    1) Demonstrated high level planning and organisational skills.

    2) Demonstrated high level organisational skills with the capacity to think and plan strategically.

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    Strong user orientation, with demonstrated experience and understanding and responding to client needs. Demonstrated ability to maintain strict confidentiality.

    Awareness of OH&S, risk management, quality assurance and EEO principles as they relate to this position.

Technical:

    1) Demonstrated high level competence in OH&S, risk assessment and risk management principles. 2) Demonstrated understanding of EEO and Quality Assurance principles as they relate to this position.

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