The Centralian advocate Fri 18 May 2018
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We support Indigenous Australians to harness opportunities available to them and overcome social and economic disadvantage through community development and capacity building projects. Reconciliation that occurs through our volunteering initiatives is also an important outcome of our work. We currently have exciting and challenging opportunities for a suitably experienced Community Development Officer to be based in either Alice Springs, Darwin or Katherine. ICVs Community Development Officers (CDOs) are the key link between our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island communities and volunteers. Our CDOs work at the grass roots level with Indigenous communities and volunteers to identify and implement development and capacity building projects. Applications must include a statement addressing the selection criteria. For a full position description and selection criteria please email Daryl Phillips email@example.com You can also visit www.icv.com.au for more information. Applications close at 5:00pm Friday 1st June, 2018 and should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Indigenous Community Volunteers considers that being an Aboriginal or a Torres Strait Islander person is a genuine occupational requirement for these positions under sub-s 35(1)(b)(ii) of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1996 (NT). ICV aims to be an employer of choice for Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other culturally and linguistically diverse Australians are encouraged to apply. 19929416 Make a Difference! Central Desert Regional Council has a land area of approximately 282,093 square kms and has 9 Service Delivery centres located in the communities of Ti Tree, Laramba, Engawala, Atitjere, Yuelamu, Nyirripi, Lajamanu, Yuendumu and Willowra. Council is seeking applications from experienced, enthusiastic and self motivated individuals for the following position: CDP ACTIVITIES COORDINATOR. Alice Springs based. Salary Level 7, Remuneration Package $87,653 including salary, superannuation and leave loading plus generous leave provisions (including Salary $78,599 per annum plus 9.5% superannuation plus 17.5% pro rata Annual Leave Loading). This role will supervise a team of Activity Supervisors, Activity Liaison Engagement Officers, and an Activity and Projects Officer, including working with external contractors delivering these activities. This position is also responsible for working across the CDP team in conjunction with the Operations Coordinator, to ensure client activities are coordinated, relevant and linked with job outcomes. Contact person: Leesa Ashton - CDP Manager - on 0428 575 448. Closing date: 8:00am Monday 28 May 2018. 6 weeks annual leave and other generous leave provisions. Position description and selection criteria can be obtained on our website http://www.centraldesert.nt.gov.au/employment Applicants must address the selection criteria and applications should be addressed to CDRC Recruitment Team and marked Confidential PO Box 2257, Alice Springs, Northern Territory 0871 or emailed to: email@example.com 19938084 Government & Defence Hostel Workers Alice Springs NT AHL is recruiting Hostel Workers to perform various roles. Ongoing, non-ongoing, casual opportunities are available: Cooks and Kitchenhands Housekeepers Night Attendants $39,953 - $44,512 per annum plus superannuation, salary sacrifi ce benefi ts, shift penalties and allowances If you have qualifi cations and/or experience in the hospitality industry, and would like to contribute to improving the quality of life and economic opportunities for Indigenous Australians, we encourage you to apply. Applicants must complete an Application Form. For further information about the positions and how to apply please visit http://www.ahl.gov.au/employment Applications close 28 May 2018. 0 5 6 2 J F www.nt.gov.au/jobs 1300 659 247 The Northern Territory Government is aiming for an inclusive and diverse workforce. All equal employment (EEO) groups are encouraged to apply. Northern Territory Government jobs are advertised online. www.nt.gov.au/jobs or call 1300 659 247 for more information. 1 3 6 2 C S ,hDEZ^KhZ^DE'Z,Z ^K ^D,Z ,ZD z d,ZD , >K^/E'dDz KEddd/>^ & E''D&:^ d W DK^,^Ed WWK ^Edd & Community Services & Development 42 CLASSIFIEDS FRIDAY MAY 18 2018 I t ~ .. ~ Australian Gowrnment ~ Aboriginal Hostels Limited You can find information an current jabs at - e e - e e NORTHERN TERRITORY GOVERNMENT
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