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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2001 Week 8 Hansard (8 August) . . Page.. 2572..


Sport and Corporate Resource Division

Financial Services Section

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE OFFICER CLASS 6 $ 45171-51888, (PN. SEVERAL)

Closing date: 9 August 2001

Duties: Assist in the timely preparation of monthly and annual financial statements and budgets. Central general ledger maintenance, including the recording of schools' financial details and externally received funds. Assist with costing of self-management funds allocations to schools, including maintenance and development of related systems.

Eligibility/other requirements: Qualifications in accounting or progress towards such qualifications would be an advantage.

Contact Officer: Gillian Broers (02) 62055470

Selection documentation may be obtained from Mark Whybrow (02) 62055474 Available: 2 September to 31 December 2001.

Apply: 12 or via email: decs.employment@act.gov.au

Education and Training Division

Office of Training and Adult Education Branch

Policy Coordination Section

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE OFFICER CLASS 2 $29539-32755, (PN. 12201)

Closing date: 9 August 2001.

Duties: Responsible for answering telephone enquiries on matters relating to vocational education. Screen incoming calls. Provide a range of word processing. Provide general office maintenance.

Contact Officer: Carol Kuzmanoski (02) 6205 7061

Selection documentation may be obtained from the Contact Officer (02) 6205 7061 Available: ASAP to 31 December 2001

Applications for the above positions should be forwarded to the Workforce Planning and Management Section, Level 2, Manning Clark Offices or via email:

decs.employment@act.gov.au

Questions without notice

Gungahlin Drive

MS TUCKER: My question is to the Minister for Urban Services and relates to the information obtained by the Save the Ridge group under FOI about the costing of the Gungahlin Drive extension. In 1997 the government announced that it was considering the construction of two fauna overpasses on the Gungahlin Drive extension to address the problem of disruption to wildlife on Bruce and O'Connor ridges from this road. PALM engaged the Snowy Mountains Engineering Corporation to undertake a preliminary study on the construction of two cut-and-cover tunnels-one on the spur road connecting to Barry Drive and one at a point some 500 metres north of Belconnen Way on the Caswell Drive connection. This report was completed in mid-2000 and indicated that the tunnel on the Caswell Drive connection would cost $1.7 million for two lanes and $3.2 million for four lanes.


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