Created: Wednesday, 21 September 2016 15:31
Last Updated: Wednesday, 21 September 2016 15:31
Following the recent Elections for Federal Executive Councillors the AEC provides the ALAEA and the Fair Work Commission with a written report on the conduct of the election Regulation 141(4) of the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Regulations 2009 requires an organisation or branch to publish a notice on its website advising members that a copy of the Post-Election Report is available upon request.
Section 198 of the Act requires that if an organisation or branch is given a Post-Election Report (PER) under Section 197 that identifies a rule that was difficult to interpret or apply, the organisation or branch must, within 30 days, give a written response to the AEC on that aspect of the report. The response must specify whether the organisation or branch intends to take any action in relation to the rule, and if so, what action it intends to take.
Section198 and the regulations also require an organisation to make the Post-Election Report and the organisation’s response to the report (if applicable) available to members.
Further, Regulation 141(4) of the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Regulations 2009 requires an organisation or branch to publish a notice on its website advising members that a copy of the Post-Election Report is available upon request.
The AEC provided a PER that identified a difficulty in interpreting or apply the ALAEA rules in relation the selection of the order that candidates appear on the ballot paper. The ALAEA has indicated that it will takes steps to amend the rules to allow a draw to be conducted by the returning officer. A copy of the PER and the ALAEA response can be downloaded below.
Created: Thursday, 25 August 2016 14:12
Last Updated: Thursday, 25 August 2016 14:19
Position Vacant RFDS - Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers - Mascot NSW
The RFDS South Eastern Section is seeking applications from suitably Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (LAME) who hold an Avionics B2 licence to join our Aircraft Maintenance Teams based at Mascot Airport.
Ideally you will have experience and current ratings on King Air B200 and B350 aircraft, have worked in general aviation with a proven track record of problem solving, a diligent work history and excellent analytical skills. You will also have a good working knowledge of WHS requirements, demonstrated experience in customer service practices and have the ability to communicate with all levels of Engineering and Operational Departments.
Successful applicants may be required to work a rotating shift pattern including night shift on a 24/7 rotation, often working on your own or unsupervised. You will report to the Senior Base Engineer and be required to make determinations in regards to defects and discrepancies, recognise and report unsafe conditions and conduct certification of maintenance tasks after a probationary period. You will be required to participate in the delivery of quality services whilst maintaining a safe work environment for yourself and fellow workers.
LAME Applicants are required to have
- B2 Avionics Licence with Pro Line 21 experience
- Ability to work with minimal supervision
- Perform tasks with an emphasis on duty of care to self and other employees
- Ability to gain and maintain an aviation security card (ASIC)
If you are looking to join a not-for profit organisation that values its employees and has a highly competitive remuneration package, including generous salary packaging options, RFDS could be your option.
Applying For the Role
Enquiries – RFDS Engineering Manager- Troy Wild – 02 99418828
Applications for this position should include a current resume with the names of two references and copies of relevant qualifications. Please forward your credentials to the following email address: email@example.com
Applications close Monday 12 September 2016
The RFDS of Australia is an equal opportunity employer