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11/03/2014

Looking for some journalism experience?

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footballrants.com,  is a website that provides analysis, opinion, and discussion of the game (soccer). There is a large team of voluntary dedicated writers, who have contributed to the high quality content you can see on the site.

They are always looking for talented English writers. This is not a paid position, but it is a good opportunity for aspiring sports journalists or anyone who is interested in soccer, especially now that we are getting exposure from major news publishers. We intend on becoming approved by other major publishers.

Recently, we have been approved by a major UK news publishing network, NewsNow. This has dramatically improved our traffic. As we are growing at a rapid rate, we will be looking to submit the site to additional publisher networks in the future.

If any students are interested in developing their writing, they are welcome to apply to become a voluntary writers. You can apply directly to editor@footballrants.com, answering the following:

1 – Describe your background in soccer, whether you played or watched.
2 – What would you write about if you were accepted as one of our writers?
3 – What teams/leagues do you follow?
4 – Please include a sample of your writing. This may either be something original or something you wrote for another project. You may include this as an attachment, a link, or just simply paste it within the email.

10/03/2014

Want to know more about what opportunities are available overseas

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FREE FORUM: Facing the global food crisis – using aid and trade for a food secure world, 18 March, Sydney

Global food security remains a pressing issue despite huge advances in recent years. In this forum, organised by The Crawford Fund, you will hear from leading scientists and government representatives who are involved in training and research projects overseas with major benefits to other countries and also to NSW. View the program and register for the forum on the Crawford Fund website: www.crawfordfund.org

Technical Officer Graduate Program

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Technical Officer Graduate Program
ASIO ITO1.0
Salary:  $64,429 (plus Superannuation) on commencement
advancement to $68,568 on successful completion of the program

Are you passionate about technology?  Would you like to apply your technical skills to national security intelligence operations and analysis?  The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) is seeking appropriately qualified university graduates to join its new Technical Officer Graduate Program in 2015.  The newly developed program is aimed at university graduates who want a career with a difference.  On completion of this one year program, which includes placements in a range of technical areas, you will specialise in one of the areas developing and expanding your skills in support of ASIO’s mission.

ASIO facilitates the lawful collection of intelligence by technical means which is then processed within ASIO to deliver security intelligence advice to the Australian Government.  As well as collecting intelligence, Technical Professionals can be integral to the processing of data and its integration with other parts of the broader “intelligence picture”.  Technical intelligence is an important and growing part of the picture in a modern global security environment.

ASIO’s Technical Officer Graduate Program will provide a one year structured program with placements in a range of technical areas supported by a senior mentor.  If you have completed, or are in your final year of study of, a degree of relevance to technical intelligence, i.e. Engineering, Computer Science, Software, Networking or Telecommunications, the Graduate Program will enable you to develop the skills and knowledge required to undertake a range of roles and establish a career in ASIO.

This program offers:

>  a starting salary of $64,429 with advancement to $68,568 on successful completion of the program;
>  placements in a range of technical areas such as; software development, technical development including bespoke electronic and mechanical design and production, telecommunications, computer forensics, technical operations and others;
>  an ongoing Canberra-based position;
>  annual leave of 20 days per annum;
>  access to a wide range of development opportunities throughout your career in ASIO; and
>  a career with a difference.

Have you got what it takes to be a Technical Officer in ASIO?

Selected applicants will undergo an extensive security vetting process.  Applicants must be Australian Citizens.  Your application will be treated in the strictest of confidence.  We ask that you do not discuss your application with anyone.

Apply now at: https://www.careers.asio.gov.au/public/jncustomsearch.viewFullSingle?in_organid=12852&in_jnCounter=221297384&in_version=&in_jobDate=All&in_jobType=&in_residency=&in_graphic=&in_param=&in_searchbox=YES&in_recruiter=&in_jobreference=&in_orderby=&in_sessionid=&in_navigation1=&in_summary=S

Closes: 6th April 2014

 

Ever thought about working in Intelligence?

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The Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) is seeking applications from talented people to fill a number of critical roles in the collection and analysis of intelligence.  These roles are ideally suited to people seeking a career in intelligence and national security.

As an Intelligence Officer you will identify and investigate patterns and anomalies, solve complex problems and produce high quality advice for government.  You will be responsible for the overt and covert collection of national security information and developing relationships with a variety of people, including members of the public who are volunteering information.  The role also requires you to undertake research, liaison and make assessments which will lead you to developing an in-depth knowledge of specific issues.

ASIO employees and invests in the development of people with a diverse range of skills and background to perform intelligence roles.  You need to possess highly developed analytical and research skills, a keen intellect as well as flexibility and commitment.  Applicants with qualifications across a range of disciplines, in particular international relations, law, science and counter-terrorism plus applicants with significant work experience across a range of industries will be highly regarded.

Successful applicants will commence their career by participating in an intensive Intelligence Professional Development Program.

 

Apply at: https://www.careers.asio.gov.au/public/jncustomsearch.viewFullSingle?in_organid=12852&in_jnCounter=221297383&in_version=&in_jobDate=All&in_jobType=&in_residency=&in_graphic=&in_param=&in_searchbox=YES&in_recruiter=&in_jobreference=&in_orderby=&in_sessionid=&in_navigation1=&in_summary=S

 

Applications close: Sunday 6 April 2014

06/03/2014

Need help with your resume?

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If you are applying for graduate programs, you will need a professional resume.

 

Look at the information on the Career Development Website

 

Draft a resume and send it in through AskUNE to the Careers staff for assistance.

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