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Tender for On-Site Caretakers
Fraser Island Research and Learning Centre (Dilli Village)

Tenders are sought for the On-Site Caretaker’s position at the Fraser Island Research and Learning Centre. The University of the Sunshine Coast manages the Fraser Island Research and Learning Centre at Dilli Village, approximately 24km north of Hook Point on the eastern side of the island. The Centre provides accommodation for students, staff and access to field study sites for primary, secondary and tertiary student groups. Researchers and groups with genuine environmental interests in the region are encouraged to use the site. Additionally, the Centre welcomes private individuals such as family groups, day visitors and small group tours. Dilli Village has comfortable bunkhouses, self-contained cabins, and an open grassed area for camping.

The entire site is surrounded by dingo-proof fences. A three-bedroom, air-conditioned house is provided for the On-Site Caretakers.

Tenderers are required to submit the Returnable Schedule answering questions 1–8 in PDF format, via QTender.

Emailed, posted, faxed, incomplete or late tenders will not be considered. Please note you must be registered with QTender to access the tender documentation. Hardcopies of tenders are not required. All enquiries during the tender period should be directed to procurement@usc.edu.au or through the QTender website.

Site visit: It is strongly recommended that tenderers should visit and inspect the premises referred to in the documentation to make themselves familiar with the scope of work. The University will not be liable for any claim on the grounds of insufficient information. A site visit will be held on Thursday 29 January 2015 at 10am. Please email procurement@usc.edu.au to confirm attendance for the site visit.

Expression of Interest Number: 3614-23514-5

Applications close: 12noon, Thursday 12 February 2015

Changes to the University of the Sunshine Coast's tender process

In the interests of reducing paper usage and the effect on the region’s carbon footprint, all USC tenders must be accessed and lodged electronically via the Queensland Government eTendering website.

Your tender offer must be printed, signed and witnessed, then scanned and lodged electronically via the eTendering website.

Registration for service

You will need to be registered with the Queensland Government eTendering website in order to make a tender offer.

Any additional information or conditions on tenders during the advertising period will be distributed via the email address provided by you at the time of registration on the Queensland Government eTendering website.

Please ensure you keep your email address current.

Refer to the frequently asked questions for more information.

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