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AUSTRALIAN CONSULATE-GENERAL, NOUMEA
Applications are invited from persons interested in the position of Part-time Property/IT/Archivist Officer at the Australian Consulate-General, Noumea.
The duty statement and the selection criteria for the position are below.
Applications addressing the selection criteria for the position (including a resume) should be submitted to the Human Resources Manager, Australian Consulate-General, BP 22, 98845 NOUMEA CEDEX or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by COB 13 December 2012.
PART-TIME PROPERTY/IT/ARCHIVIST OFFICER
1. Manage property matters for the Consulate and official residences including inventories and asset maintenance programs;
2. As IT officer - perform the role of Local Area Network Administrator and Post System Administrator;
3. As Post archivist – document management, plan and organise systems (electronic and hard copy) and procedures for the safekeeping of records and historically valuable documents; manage the storage of records; dispose of records as necessary;
4. Perform a wide range of administrative and other duties as required.
• Employment is conditional upon granting of appropriate Australian government security clearance*
• Fluency in oral and written English is essential and fluency in French is an advantage
• High level skills in use of IT applications and internet are essential
• Due to the small nature of the mission, applicant must be flexible and willing to perform a wide range of tasks not necessarily listed above. The successful candidate may be required to rotate into other roles from time to time, depending on business requirements
* Persons holding dual French nationality may not be eligible for a security clearance for this position.
• Demonstrated ability to attend to property issues
• High level oral and written communication skills
• Demonstrated ability to deal with sensitive and confidential matters appropriately
• Demonstrated level of proficiency in IT management
• Knowledge of the theory and practice of Australian government archiving arrangements
• Ability to maintain physical and computerised filing systems
• Willingness to attend relevant training courses