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Indigenous Australian Traineeships Coordinator, Human Resources, Administrative Division

Queensland University of Technology - Brisbane City, QLD

Government, Defence & Emergency
Source: uWorkin


The Indigenous Australian Traineeships
Coordinator will play an integral role in the
establishment and subsequent coordination
of the QUT Indigenous Australian
Traineeship Program.

The Coordinator will be responsible for
providing support and guidance for trainees
on a regular basis, whilst maintaining
effective communication and relationship
management between placement areas and
training provider/s.

This position reports to the Associate Director,
HR for supervision, workload management and
for Performance Planning and Review (PPR).

Key responsibilities include:
  • Work with key stakeholders to establish
the Indigenous Australian Traineeship

  • Coordinate the recruitment and onboarding
of trainees.

  • Work with organisational areas to ensure
placement opportunities are suitable and
mutually beneficial.

  • Provide regular support, guidance and
mentoring to trainees and other relevant
staff (where applicable).

  • Effectively manage relationships with key
stakeholders including placement areas
and training provider/s.

  • Manage administrative processes to
ensure the recording and reporting of
traineeship activities and outcomes.

  • Establish successful relationships with
Indigenous Australian communities and
with relevant university staff.

  • Provide advice on Indigenous Australian
issues and protocols within the context of
the attraction, retention, support and
development of Indigenous staff within the
higher education sector.

  • In conjunction with the Indigenous
Employment Coordinator, assist with
guiding the implementation of the
university’s Indigenous employment

  • Work closely with other staff in the
Human Resources Department to ensure
the provision of a responsive and
integrated service.

  • Compliance with health and safety
policies, procedures, hazard reporting
and safe work practices.

To ensure job flexibility the successful

appointee may:
  • Be required to perform any other duties as
nominated by the university consistent with
the relevant classification descriptors
detailed in the Enterprise Agreement. Staff
undertaking any new duties will receive

  • Be required to participate in job rotation or
multiskilling in consultation with their

  • Work across campuses.
Type of appointment
This appointment will be offered on an
ongoing, full-time basis.


Kelvin Grove campus.

Selection Criteria
1. Education, training and/or relevant

experience equivalent to completion of a
degree with at least four years subsequent
relevant experience.

2. Demonstrated success in contributing to
support and development strategies for
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

3. Demonstrated knowledge and
understanding of Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander perspectives and issues
related to employment.

4. Sound knowledge of contemporary HR
policy, practices and frameworks.

5. High level of written and oral
communication skills.

6. Demonstrated ability to effectively
manage relationships with key
stakeholders (both internal and

Remuneration and Benefits

The classification for this position is Higher
Education Worker Level 7 (HEW7) which has
an annual remuneration range of $101,660 to
$111,203 pa. Which is inclusive of an annual
salary range of $86,889 to $95,045 pa and
17% superannuation.

In July 2020 QUT staff voted in favour of a
variation to its Enterprise Agreements. The
variations were approved by the Fair Work
Commission in August 2020.

The variation impacts leave loading (for new
staff no loading will be paid or accrued during
the period the variation is in effect), salary
increases (the salary increase which was due
to occur in the first full pay period of December
2020 has been deferred until the first full pay
period of December 2021) and superannuation
(superannuation will be paid to staff as though
the salary increase which would have been
paid in December 2020 has taken effect and,
subject to the rules of the superannuation fund,
a defined benefit member will continue to make
contributions in alignment with the contributions
made by the University). A link to the variation
is here.

Beyond personal and professional fulfilment, a
career at QUT brings a broad range of tangible
benefits. With competitive remuneration
including superannuation, the University offers
real and generous benefits.

QUT is a high quality and flexible organisation
that is proud of its excellent employment

conditions which include but are not limited to:
  • Reduced working year scheme
  • Parental leave provisions
  • Study support encompassing leave and
financial assistance
  • Comprehensive professional development
  • Salary Packaging
Further benefits can be found at the Working
at QUT page.

Information for applicants

For this position it is a genuine occupational
requirement that it be filled by an Aboriginal or
Torres Strait Islander person as permitted by
and arguable under sections 25, 104 and 105
of the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Act

Brisbane City, QLD

Government, Defence & Emergency


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