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Evaluation factor - Management responsibility / Resource accountability

This factor measures the responsibility of a role for coordinating, supervising and managing others in work activities as well as the resources (including property, IT, security and finances) for which the role is directly accountable and required to manage and control. The emphasis is on the type of responsibility, rather than the precise numbers of those supervised or managed.

Work value description Points
  • No supervisory responsibility and is generally responsible for own work.
  • Accountable for effective use of own resources
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  • Little or no supervisory responsibility
  • May assist with work familiarisation, initial training and support to new or less experienced colleagues.
  • Prepares routine financial and resource information.
  • Uses equipment with reference to established procedures and practices.
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  • Some limited supervisory responsibility or coordination of others’ work.
  • Assists in the training of new or less experienced colleagues.
  • Provides advice and guidance on procedural matters.
  • Responsible for organising task allocation and checking quality of work.
  • Some direct responsibility for resources. Provides a direct service in the administration of resources which may include verifying and reconciling payments and invoices in accordance with established guidelines and procedures.
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  • Supervise employees in day-to-day work activities or coordinate a small team performing straightforward work.
  • Provides on-the-job training, develops staff and sets goals and priorities.
  • Responsible for reviewing, checking or certifying the work of employees and monitoring work practices.
  • Provides feedback, support, advice and guidance to less experienced colleagues when required.
  • Accountable for monitoring resources, compiling information and reporting for a specific project/program.
  • With reference to appropriate guidelines, procedures and precedents activities may include preparing/assessing/awarding payments for administered programs or facilitating and ensuring correct payments are made by customers.
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  • Supervise employees carrying out tasks in one identified area of work or for a specified project or activity.
  • Responsible for coordinating and facilitating team performance and for setting, monitoring and achieving specific outcomes.
  • Sets the direction of work priorities and practices, monitors workflow, and plays a role in coaching, guiding and developing employees.
  • Involves identifying training needs, monitoring and providing feedback on performance and facilitating cooperation among team members.
  • Responsible for assisting in the management of resources for a program or defined area of responsibility.
  • Although guidelines apply, some discretion and judgement is exercised. Resources may be drawn on or managed by others.
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  • Supervise a team performing related roles.
  • Coordinate a team working on a specific project or supply professional/technical oversight for specialist activities.
  • Coordinate and facilitate team performance against specific objectives/outcomes.
  • Responsible for implementing work plans, setting tasks and priorities and managing work flow.
  • Reviews performance and provides performance assessment, feedback and development and assists in guiding, coaching, mentoring and developing employees.
  • Involves encouraging and gaining cooperation among team members.
  • Accountable for managing resources within a defined area of responsibility. The role is responsible for implementing and monitoring resource controls and managing reporting and analysis activities.
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  • Manage a team carrying out diverse tasks in the same general type of work or a larger team where skills are similar and tasks are related.
  • Responsible for building capability in a team environment through coaching others, providing performance feedback and encouraging career development.
  • Develops and implements work plans, sets work area priorities and evaluates activities and working methods.
  • Involves the motivation of team members, building cooperation and improving team performance.
  • Accountable for managing a resource base and use of defined resources for a single area of business or a discrete project.
  • Required to plan and manage allocated resources, develop appropriate controls, monitor achievement against plans and adjust plans to meet changing demands.
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  • Management of a group(s) of employees carrying out work across a range of different functions
  • Responsible for providing direction to staff and developing staff capabilities to ensure optimum team performance and productivity.
  • Involves the overall responsibility for the organisation, allocation and re-allocation, as appropriate, of areas of work and the evaluation of activities and working methods.
  • Required to bring a broader perspective to the team, encouraging the team to focus on different (innovative) ways of meeting business objectives, building cooperation, promoting unity and a common direction.
  • Accountable for managing a significant resource base and the deployment of resources within a business area or major project. The allocated resources cover a range of functions/activities with a high degree of discretion on how these are managed.
  • Responsible for negotiating and allocating resources between competing priorities, forecasting resource requirements, creating plans, establishing appropriate progress reviews and performance measures.
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