The Argus, Wed 19 Mar 1947, Page 22

PROFESSIONAL ENGAGEMENTS

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA.

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.

 

APPLICATIONS are invited for permanent appointment to the undermentioned positions in the National Mapping Section, Property and Survey Brunch, Canberra:

 

NATIONAL MAPPING RECORDS, INFORMATION AND RESEARCH SUB-SECTION

Offlcer-ln-Charge (052-730), Third Division.

Geodetic Survey Computor (580-616), Third Division.

Draftsman (Cartographic), Grade 2 (580-616), Third Division.

Assistant Draftsman (Photogrammctrlc) (292- 472), Third Division.

 

PHOTOGRAMMETRIC SURVEY SUB-SECTION.

Chief Topographic Surveyor (754-826), Third Division.

Senior Topographic Surveyor (652-730), Third division.

Surveyor. Grade 2 (Topographic) (580-616), Third Division.

Surveyor, Grade 1 (Topographic) (376-580), Third Division.

Field Assistant (Survey) (400-472), Fourth Division.

Survey Computor (476-544), Third Division.

Senior Draftsman (Photogrammetric) (616-688), Third Division.

Draftsman, Grade 2 (Photogrammetric) (580-616), Third Division.

Draftsman, Grade 1 (Photogrammetric), (316-580), Third Division.

 

CARTOGRAPHIC SUB-SECTION.

Senior Draftsman (Cartographic) (619-688), Third Division.

Draftsman. Grade 2 (Cartographic) (580-616), Third Division.

Draftsman, Grade 1 (Cartographic) (376-580), Third Division.

Mechanic (394-418), Fourth Division.

 

All salary ranges shown include the current cost of living allowance.

Commencing salaries within the range will be paid according to qualifications and experience.

The appointees, after confirmation of appointment, will be eligible for benefits under the Commonwealth Superannuation Act. Preference in appointment in accordance with the provisions of the Re-establishment and Employment Act (No. 11 of 1945) will be given.

Further particulars as to qualifications, duties, &c, may be obtained on application to the Higher Appointments Office, c/o the Deputy Directors of Employment, Commonwealth Employment Service:

New South Willes, 53 Martin place, Sydney. Phone B0541.

Victoria 37 Swanston street, Melbourne. Phone F0494.

Queensland, 71 Adelaide street, Brisbane. Phone B3523.

South Australia. 23 Currie street. Adelaide. Phone Cent. 8684.

Western Australia, 9 Barrack street, Perth. Phone B2053.

Tasmania, T. & G. Building. Collins street, Hobart. Phone 5054.

and from District Employment Officers at the various centres. These particulars can also be seen in the Commonwealth Gazette of 13/3/47, which is available at all post offices.

 

Applications, showing full name, date and place of birth, particulars of war service (if any), and accompanied by copies only of testimonials, should be forwarded to reach the Secretary, Department of the Interior, Canberra, not later than 3rd April, 1947.

 

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Commonwealth of Australia Gazette, Thu 20 Mar 1947, [Issue No 55], Pages 949-950

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.

Offices Created. - The undermentioned new offices have been created in the National Mapping Section, Property and Survey Branch, as indicated, with limits of salary as shown, subject to variation in pursuance of regulation 106A, and it has been directed that such offices be included in the Third Division:-

 

 

National Mapping Records, Information and Research Sub-section - One of Officer-in-charge, minimum 594, maximum 672; one of Geodetic Survey Computer, minimum 522, maximum 558; one of Draftsman (Cartographic), Grade 2, minimum 522, maximum 558; one of Assistant Draftsman (Photogrammetric), minimum 234, maximum 414; one of Clerk, minimum 342, maximum 414.

 

 

Photogrammetric Survey Sub-section - One of Chief Topographic Surveyor, minimum 636, maximum 768. (Topographic Survey) - One of Senior Topographic Surveyor, minimum 594, maximum 672; two of Surveyor, Grade 2 (Topographic), minimum 522, maximum 558; two of Surveyor, Grade 1 (Topographic), minimum 318, maximum 522; one of Survey Computer, minimum 414, maximum 486. (Photogrammetric) - One of Senior Draftsman (Photogrammetric, minimum 558, maximum 630; three of Draftsman, Grade 2 (Photogrammetric), minimum 522, maximum 358; three of Draftsman, Grade 1 (photogrammetric), minimum 318, maximum 522; three of Cadet Draftsman (photogrammetric), minimum 96, maximum 318.

 

 

Cartographic Sub-section - One of Chief Cartographer, minimum 648, maximum 720. (Map Compilation and Drawing) - One of Senior Draftsman (Cartographic), minimum 558, maximum 630; six of Draftsman Grade 2 (Cartographic), minimum 522, maximum 558; six of Draftsman, Grade 1 (Cartographic), minimum 318, maximum 522; three of Cadet Draftsman (Cartographic), minimum 96, maximum 318. (Map Reproduction) - One of Senior Draftsman (Cartographic), minimum 558, maximum 630; two of Draftsman, Grade 2 (Cartographic), minimum 522, maximum 558; two of Draftsman, Grade 1 (Cartographic), minimum 318, maximum 522; one of Cadet Draftsman (Cartographic), minimum 96, maximum 318.

 

 

The undermentioned new offices have been created in the National Mapping Section, Property and Survey Branch, as indicated:- National Mapping Records, Information and Research Sub-section - One of Assistant, Grade 4, Fourth Division; one of Typist, Grade 1, Fourth Division; one of Messenger, Fourth Division.

 

A new office of Mechanic, Fourth Division, has been created in the Photogrammetric survey Sub-section of the National Mapping Section, Property and Survey Branch, with limits of salary of minimum 336 and maximum 360, and annual increments of 12 subject to vacation in pursuance of regulation 106A.

 

A new office of Storeman, Fourth Division, has been created in the Photogrammetric Survey Sub-section of the National Mapping Section, Property and Survey Branch, with salary of 280 subject to variations in pursuance of regulation 106A.

 

Two new offices of Field Assistant (Survey), Fourth Division, have been created in (Topographic Survey) Photogrammetric Survey Sub-section, National Mapping Section, Property and Survey Branch, with limits of salary of minimum 342 and maximum 414, and annual increments of 12, subject to variation in pursuance of regulation 106A.

 

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