Skill Levels. The Parties agree to establish a pay differential for officers whose job requires the occasional use of multilingual skills or signing. Affected officers will be afforded an opportunity to qualify for the multilingual pay differential. Basic Skills. Basic skills are defined as those skills primarily required for signing or oral communication and comprehension such as those used in conversation with clients and citizens. Advanced Multilingual Skills. Advanced skills are defined as those skills required for written communication and comprehension in a second language, in addition to skills in oral communication and comprehension. Expert Multilingual Skills for Interrogations and Investigations. Mastery of both basic and advanced skills necessary for comprehensive use in interrogations, investigations and legal proceedings.
Skill Levels. Operate a range of equipment which may include a switchboard, paging system, facsimile machine, personal computer, printer; - Enter and retrieve data through computer terminals; - Maintain established paper based filing system; - Maintain basic manual or computer-based records; - Sort and process documents (e.g. file, match and batch accounts).
Skill Levels. Acquire and use customer service skills and product knowledge. • Maintain established paper-based files. • Maintain basic manual or computer-based records. • Enter and retrieve data using a computer terminal. • Acquire and apply a working knowledge of department’s operating procedures. • Sort and process documents, i.e. file, match and batch accounts.
Skill Levels. Operator Skill levels shall be determined using the Wyee Skills Audit and Performance Appraisal Process, whereby points are allocated to employees based on plant experience, qualifications, years of service, and other workplace contributions. Maintenance Skill Levels shall be assessed against competency matrix in Appendix D.
Skill Levels. If you are unsure what your skill level is for a course, we can assess your level of experience before you book. This is usually done through a meeting with one of the student coordinators or the Executive Chef. If you cannot attend a meeting, then we can do an assessment over the telephone. Please call us on 000 0000 0000 or email email@example.com
Skill Levels. Calculate and administer wage and salary records including superannuation, commissions, tax, and terminations. Understand and apply terms and conditions of employment. Resolve pay queries. Interact with management and employees. Apply computer software packages utilising skills at a higher level than Level B. Undertake staff scheduling and planning in accordance with Company guidelines. Supervise employees in lower levels, allocate work tasks to individuals, check work progress and correct errors. Use one or more software packages at a higher level than Level B to apply advanced functions such as text columns, tables, e.g. to produce financial statements, printed forms, sorting, boxes, create displays of charts or graphs in report format, select style sheets appropriate to final presentation.
Skill Levels. Operator Skill levels shall be determined using the Wyee Skills Audit and Performance Appraisal Process, whereby points are allocated to employees based on plant experience, qualifications, years of service, and other workplace contributions. Maintenance Skill Levels shall be assessed against competency matrix in Appendix D. QC/Yard Fork Lift Operators – Skill levels will be as follows:- 3 months – 2 years Xxxxx 0 Xxxx 0 xxxxx Xxxxx 0
Skill Levels. Use one or more software packages to create and operate a data base file structure, spreadsheet / worksheet, graph previously prepared spreadsheet and standard graphics. Following standard procedures, create, maintain and generate simple reports. Use one or more software packages to create, format, edit, proof read, spell check, correct, print and save text documents. Acquire and apply specialised knowledge of procedures, products and services applicable in own section or department. Maintain payroll records.
Skill Levels. For any on-site or additional Services requested by MetroPCS, MetroPCS shall have the right to order and select Personnel from one of the three (3) categories described below, and Supplier shall provide such Personnel to MetroPCS at the Service Rates. The parties will mutually agree upon the skill level required for the applicable Service requested by MetroPCS and Supplier shall provide such Personnel as soon as such Personnel reasonably are available. The categories are only approximate descriptions of any one individual’s skill level.