Salary Range Legislative Council Staff Industrial Agreement 2009 - $74,599 to $86,016 per annum (pro rata) - plus employers’ contribution to superannuation.
Applications are invited for the above position in the office of the Member for Pembroke, the Hon Luke Edmunds MLC. The Legislative Council is seeking a highly motivated and well-organised individual to assist the Member in his parliamentary and constituent duties as a point of contact within the electorate of Pembroke.
The successful applicant will work closely with the Member to manage the electorate office and to provide high level administration, research, community and parliamentary support. Confidentiality is paramount and strong communication and interpersonal skills are essential.
Appointment will be made by the President of the Legislative Council under the Parliamentary Privilege Act 1898. Conditions of the position broadly relate to those applying to State Service employees.
For further enquiries contact Mrs Nicole Muller, Director – Corporate Services (03) 6212 2302.
Applications must address the selection criteria and be sent to Mrs Nicole Muller, Director – Corporate Services, Legislative Council, Parliament House, Hobart 7000 or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by 6.00 pm on Sunday 9th October, 2022.
The officers and employees of the Legislative Council, under the direction of the Clerk, are charged with the responsibility of providing the Legislative Council, its Committees, the President and all Honourable Members with advisory, procedural, research and administrative support services to assist them in undertaking effectively their constitutional and parliamentary duties and responsibilities.
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