Armourer - NSW Police Force
closes 3rd July 2009
Repair and maintain Police firearms
Technical evaluation of new weaponry
Flexible working conditions
NSW POLICE FORCE
Police Armoury, State Protection Group
Vacancy Reference: Pos No.: 09/070
Armourer (Police), Surry Hills, Temporary Full-Time
Perform repairs and maintenance of Police firearms. Perform operation of high-speed production machinery. Perform repairs and maintenance of reloading equipment/machinery. Assist in the technical evaluation of new weaponry as required. Assist with the receiving of stores and ammunition. Manage high volume workflow in an orderly and efficient manner. Perform duties of the position whilst having an understanding of quality control and testing procedures. Ensure the safe handling of firearms and ammunition at all times. With an emphasis on customer service and corporate values, perform all duties efficiently to achieve corporate goals of the NSW Police Force.
Remuneration Package to: $66,301. Package includes salary ($56,659-$60,083), employer’s contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
Job Notes: Temporary employment/appointment under Sections 82D, 90/91 or 95 of the Police Act 1990 for up to 12 months. Permanency may be offered. Applicants must obtain an information package from the Inquiries Officer for full job details. If you have any further queries after reading the information package please contact the Inquiries Officer. Applications must address all Selection Criteria as outlined in the advertisement. General information about the NSW Police Force can be found on our website - www.police.nsw.gov.au
Information Package Contact: Senior Sergeant Peter Forbutt on (02) 9265 4061 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Inquiries Name and Contact: Senior Sergeant Peter Forbutt on email@example.com, (02) 9265 4061
Qualified fitter/machinist or toolmaker.
Demonstrated competency in completing minor repairs and maintenance of reloading machinery.
Thorough understanding and practical experience in cartridge case reconditioning and high volume ammunition production.
Demonstrated ability to operate high-speed production machinery for extended periods.
Knowledge of regulations relating to ammunition production, powder storage and safety issues relating to machinery.
Sound knowledge and demonstrated practical experience in firearm repairs. Willingness to give evidence in court to report on technical issues if required.
Demonstrated communication, customer service skills and ability to work unsupervised.
A current full driver’s licence with a clear driving record for the past 12 months.
Applications To: The Commander, Police Armoury, State Protection Group, NSW Police Force, Level 2, Sydney Police Centre, 151-241 Goulburn Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010
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