Digital Communications Adviser
Position number: 23864
Position title: Digital Communications Adviser
APS Level: APS 5
Position offered: Ongoing, full-time position
Salary range: Salary from $74,759 - $79,214 plus 15.4% Superannuation
Closing date: Midnight, 31 May 2019
Contact Officer: Kate Lee, Engagement Executive Manager
Contact number: (02) 9432 7000
This application package includes:
- Information on how to prepare your application and the selection process
- Position description.
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An annual fee of $1950 (including GST) is applicable to maintain the high standard of assessment. On initial application, or subsequent renewal, $1950 will be payable at the time of submission of the online application. In the intervening year, employers will be invoiced separately for $1950. (If the application fee is a barrier to applying for the EOCGE citation, please contact WGEA to discuss further.)
Please fill out the EOCGE payment form and submit to EOCGE@wgea.gov.au after completion.
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