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www.katherinetimes.com.au KATHERINE TIMES, WEDNESDAY MAY 1, 2013 27 Counter Sales & Hire Controller Person We are seeking an energetic, reliable person to join our small team. Our businesses primary activities include: industrial equipment hire and sales, our sales items include fasteners, bearings, seals, welding equipment and consumables, industrial fittings and hose, ppe safety equipment, work and footware. We also provide a computerised embroidery service for workwear, sports, corporate and social wear. Party hire equipment, portable fire fighting equipment sales and service, as well as being the local agents for both Kleenheat Gas and Coregas. The successful applicant will be counter based and will include customer service in all aspects of our operation. Some preparation and delivery/pick up will be involved. Basic requirements for this position include: clean, neat and tidy appearance, current NT drivers license (MR desirable but not essential), basic typing/computer skills, good communication skills, the ability to work both unsupervised and in a team environment. Other attributes/skills that are desirable but not essential include: forklift operators, EWP licence, first aid certificate. All applicants will be assessed on their individual merits. To apply for this position, please forward your resume to: The Manager Mac's Hire Service PO Box 580 Katherine NT 0851 or email: email@example.com Electrician ACDC Electrical and Communication Services are looking for an Electrician/4th Year to join our dynamic team of Electricians, carrying out maintenance and new work in the local Katherine area. The position involves: The service and maintenance of Domestic Commercial & Industrial equipment. New installation work. The potential to gain exposure to large equipment. The Candidate must have: A current NT Electrical License. A current white card. A current drivers license. Tools of trade. The Candidate must be: Well presented & well mannered. Punctual. Able to work alone or as part of a team. What we will provide: A service vehicle. A phone. A uniform. A great work atmosphere. Applications to be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax (08) 8125 6516 For further information phone: (08) 8972 2235 or 0447 137 972 KT 1 16 02 36 Looking for more? Have you thought about a career in child care? Early Childhood Educators Group Leader and Assistant positions are available Certificate III in Children's Services is an advantage Working With Children Check (Ochre Card) required As a successful applicant you will; engage children and be an important part of their day develop quality child care programs that maximise a child's potential be part of a dynamic team who support and care for each other Katherine East Child Care Centre is a community based, long day care service. We offer full time, part time and casual care to children aged 6 weeks to 5 years. For Job Description or enquiries please contact Katherine East Child Care Centre on 8972 3317 during business hours. Applications due: Friday 17 May 2013 Applications should marked 'CONFIDENTIAL' and addressed to: The Director Katherine East Child Care Centre, PO Box 1689 Katherine NT 0851 Or email to: email@example.com POSITIONS VACANT TIMES CLASSIFIEDS The BRFL season kicked off on Thursday and Friday night with exciting matches. Pictures: CASEY BISHOP ROUND 1 of the BRFL started with a close game between Jilkminggan and Eastside at the Nitmiluk Oval on Thursday night. Eastside seemed to be suffering a Carnival win hangover as the Jilkminggan boys got out to a good lead early on the back of goals from Owen Daylight and led at half time before the Eastside team finished stronger, led by Kayle Kossack around the ground and three goals from Donald Turner. Eastside ran out winners 12.13.85 to 11.7.73. Best Eastside: Peter Jackson Keelan Fejo Best Jilkminggan: O Daylight Lewis Roy Goals Eastside: D Turner 3 K Fejo, C Chulung 2 Goals: Jilkminggan O Daylight 6 Lewis Roy 3 On Friday night the much awaited return of the Lajamanu Swans turned into a nightmare as they struggled to get to the field on time and then were confronted with a rampant Arnhem Crows midfield out fit led by Owen Henry, Rohan Bonson and Campbell Wurramarrbra. Lajamanu were never in the match with young star for the Crows Shane Martin kicking nine goals and multiple players getting on the score sheet. Arnhem Crows won 30.16.196 to Lajamanu 4.6.30 Best Crows: O Henry Campbell Wurramarrbra Best Lajamanu: Ty Ebdon Clinton Kelly Goals Crows: S Martin 9 T Shields 6 D Groves 5 The late game on Friday night was a cracker with the improving Kalano up against the flashy Beswick Bears. The game didnt disappoint with scores level or closer than a goal for the first three quarters. Beswick got great runs out of Jessim Blitner and Adam Bostock and had a target in big Jonothan Jackson in the goal mouth while Kalano had solid players in Billy Huddleston and Jessiha Clyden and Sean Brown was looking dangerous at full forward, it came down to the final quarter and an unlikely cameo from Edmund Ryan of three goals to steal the game for the Bears 15.14.104 to Bombers 12.10.82 Best Beswick: Jessim Blitner, J Jackson Best Bombers: B Huddleston S Brown Goals: J Jackson E Ryan 3 X Cooper A Bostock 2 Bombers S Brown C Clyden 3 New season and the 2012 Premiers the Katherine Camels came out firing with a few new faces and the same old guts and determination, well drilled by the coaching group and with a solid game plan they set about dismantling the Magpies. Off season prize recruit Maeli Felice showed he was going be a player to watch with a solid four quarter performance, Nick Abbott put in his usual workman like performance around the ground and Damien Charleston was dangerous up forward along with Riley Ross on the ball. Tindal were well served by Jarred Matson and Cameron Lang around the ground and looked to have a ace with FF Luke Horrell, the ball just didnt get down there enough. Tindal fought the game right out but the Camels looked to have them covered and ran out pretty easy winners 18.11.119 to 5.4.34 Best Camels: M Felice R Ross Best Tindal: J Mattson C Lang Goals Camels: M Felice D Charleston 3 P Leham C Singleton 2 Goals Tindal: S Bush 2 ANZAC game The annual Anzac game was played between Tindal Magpies and the Katherine Camels on Sat night in front of an enthusiastic crowd. The game was preceeded by a moving Anzac day tribute by the local branch of the RSL and all money from the gate was donated to the RSL cause. Local footy season kicks off >> local sport BRFL by Denis Coburn