Reference Number 1000
Register Title Department of Education Fixed Term and Relief Employment Register
Summary The Department of Education Fixed Term and Relief Employment Register lists the roles that may become available in various locations and departmental sections such as schools and Libraries Tasmania statewide for a specific term up to 12 months, and on a relief basis. Please record your details on this register to express your interest in any of the roles listed.

A fixed-term and relief employment register is not a vacancy and inclusion on a register does not guarantee any offer of employment will be made.
Contact Details Enquiries to Human Resources, Recruitment and Employment email recruitment@education.tas.gov.au phone (03) 6165 6285.
Register Roles
Title Summary
DoE - Administrative Assistant To undertake various administrative and clerical duties that support the function of a campus, team or business unit, including providing a customer focused reception service. Assist with operational processes including the maintenance of databases and related matters.
DoE - Bus Attendant Travel with students on school buses and supervise students with disabilities and/or developmental delays whilst they travel to and from school
DoE - Bus Driver Undertake a range of functions associated with the maintenance and operation of the School Bus Fleet.
DoE - Canteen Assistant Maintain and deliver the school canteen services.
DoE - Centre Assistant Provide assistance to the Child and Family Centre (CFC) team with operational and administrative tasks and support the learning, health and wellbeing of children and their families who attend the CFC.
DoE - Clerical Assistant (TASC) Undertake a range of operational tasks relating to the external assessment process.
DoE - Community Inclusion Worker In partnership with local communities, Community Inclusion Workers (CIWs) will assist with maintaining and developing the Child and Family Centres (CFCs) and engage with the community to breakdown identified barriers to social participation.
At the direction of the Centre Leader, work collaboratively with the community, parents/caregivers, local and state government agencies and service providers to support the participation of local families in the planning and delivery of community activities/programs and referral to other services that are responsive to the needs of families and young children. In particular, CIWs will connect with socially marginalised or at-risk children and families to assist them to access the CFC for improved outcomes in child development, education and health from 0 to 5 years.
Work with CFC staff and partner services to achieve effective approaches to engaging disadvantaged parents and families in their communities.
DoE - Education Facility Attendant As part of a team or alone perform various facets of the attendant role which may involve cleaning, grounds keeping, kitchen assistant duties and maintenance of school facilities to a hygienic, safe and presentable level. This role may also involve minor maintenance of related equipment.
DoE - Education Officer To develop, implement and manage appropriate educational activities in the CFC to achieve learning, social and emotional outcomes. To assess individual progress for children aged birth to four through observation, intervention and modelling. To guide, lead and assist in the formulation of CFC programs; aligning these with the Early Years Learning Framework. To liaise with and collaborate where appropriate with schools and the early years teaching teams to provide strong continuity of educational provision.
DoE - Instrumental Musician Assigned to work with individual students for the purpose of developing instrumental musical skills.
DoE - IT Customer Support Officer To provide customer focused information technology support services to customers in the delivery of help desk services, and undertake other operational and infrastructure activities, as required in all regions of the state as a member of the Information and Technology Services Team. The functions of this role may involve working outside of normal office hours.
DoE - Laboratory Technician Provide technical support to a school or college's science unit and undertake associated administrative duties.
DoE - Libraries Tasmania - Library Technician Undertake a range of customer-focused services including provision of technical advice about access to publications, information generally, and resolve reference enquiries for clients. Undertake technical duties including implementing collection management procedures and bibliographic tasks including cataloguing, record creation and amendment for both monographs and serials. Apply established solutions to procedural and related problems and issues.
DoE - Libraries Tasmania - Archivist Provide professional archival services to meet the functional requirements of the Archives Act and participate in the development and implementation of associated policies and programs.
DoE - Libraries Tasmania - Customer Service Officer Band 1 Undertake routine operational tasks and provide basic client assistance under close supervision and direction
DoE - Libraries Tasmania - Customer Service Officer Band 3 Undertake a range of multiple, diverse and complex tasks and provide support to a range of customer-focused services and programs in a Libraries Tasmania environment
DoE - Libraries Tasmania - Librarian Provide general professional customer focused library and/or archival services or assist in the development and delivery of specialist library and information services, to a high standard of customer service.
DoE - Libraries Tasmania - Library Services Officer Band 3 To support the delivery of a quality, contemporary library service to meet a range of diverse and complex information and recreational needs to an agreed service standard, including developing and implementing particular aspects of Libraries Tasmania services and programs as required. Build and maintain effective relationships within the community, which promote inclusion and lifelong learning.
DoE - Libraries Tasmania - Literacy Coordinator Develop, implement, monitor and evaluate strategies to support adult and family literacy in Tasmanian communities, in consultation with Libraries Tasmania staff and community stakeholders.
DoE - Library Technician - Band 3 Undertake a range of client-focused school library services including the provision of technical advice and assistance to staff and students about access to publications and information generally. Undertake technical duties including document delivery, acquisition of library materials, implementing collection management procedures and bibliographic tasks including cataloguing, record creation and amendment for library resources. Apply established solutions to procedural and related problems and issues. Resolve or refer client enquiries.
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