|Issue No 37||29 October 1999|
POSITION VACANT: MEAA Inquiry Desk Officer
The Alliance is looking to employ, on a six month contract, an Inquiry Officer to join the National Inquiry Desk in Sydney.
The Media Entertainment & Arts Alliance is the National Trade Union and Professional Organisation representing performing artists, musicians, orchestra players, journalists, technicians in film, television and theatre, outdoor workers, professional sports persons and visual artists.
The position will be reviewed at the end of six months.
The successful applicant shall share an interest in our members' industries and the union movement, demonstrate initiative, good communication skills, be computer literate and able to work as part of a team. Duties include: attending to members' general phone enquiries, dispatching information to members and industry organisations, updating our information database, liaison with officials, industrial and membership staff and members as well as undertaking other tasks as required.
Salary in line with skills and experience.
For further information phone Michel Hryce, NSW Secretary on (02) 9333 0963.
Applications close 15 November 1999
Written applications to:
Michel Hryce, NSW Secretary
Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance
PO Box 723
STRAWBERRY HILLS NSW 2012
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