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The Northern Territory news Sat 23 Apr 2016

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Title

The Northern Territory news Sat 23 Apr 2016

Other title

NT news

Collection

The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

Date

2016-04-23

Description

This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Language

English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin

Publisher name

News Corp Australia

Place of publication

Darwin

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

News Corp Australia

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/C1968A00063

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/262310

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/482209

Page content

CAREERONE.COM.AU SATURDAY APRIL 23 2016 01 V1 - NTNE01Z01CO COURIERMAIL.COM.AU SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13 2014 CLASSIFIEDS 1 SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER LEAD A TEAM This established privately owned construction organisation is seeking an experienced Residential Project Manager to join their team on a permanent basis for an exciting new project. Responsible for their own large residential, industrial and commercial construction, this organisation is an industry leader with a strong history throughout Queensland and Australia. With over 40 years of success, this organisation is renowned for their quality in both design and construction. As the Project Manager you will ensure that all the requirements are met, the project is completed on time and within budget and that everyone is completing their work to the right quality standards. You will be leading a large team of tradespeople and labourers delivering this exciting project with a substantial life span and a value of circa $50 million. This role will require someone with solid residential exposure and experience working on projects over $15 million in value as a minimum. To be successful you will have extensive experience on high end multi-storey residential projects and possess a strong understanding of commercial, residential and mix-use construction processes and practices. In return you will be off ered a permanent position within an organisation that is on the up and up, an above average salary package, as well as a dynamic working culture. Contact Timothy Chapman at timothy.chapman@hays.com.au or 07 3231 2601. hays.com.au CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER ACHIEVE SUSTAINABLE GROWTH Infl uential leadership role. Based in Mackay. With signifi cant groundwork already achieved, this not-for-profi t organisation is seeking their next Chief Executive Offi cer (CEO) with a passion for the Mackay region. This organisations mission is to improve the Mackay region through consulting with the community and informing best practice around regional planning, policy development and economic development strategies. Through engaging all levels of Government, you will form strategic plans that are consistent and effi cient, thereby ensuring prosperous and sustainable outcomes. Reporting to the Board of Directors, this is a relationship driven and growth orientated role. You will be an accomplished leader with signifi cant management experience and great enthusiasm for company growth. Your understanding and passion for the region coupled with your superior communication skills will allow you to build meaningful relationships with a range of stakeholders including small business owners and industry leaders. With a deep appreciation of the economic pillars of the region, its envisaged that you will have existing local networks. Off ering competitive remuneration and a company vehicle, this is a rewarding role where you will see real results from your leadership. Contact Gemma Ledbury at exec.brisbane@hays.com.au or 07 3114 0002. hays.com.au SATURDAY 13. 9. 2014 HOW TO WRITE YOUR OWN PAY CHEQUE COMMISSION-based roles give workers the chance to determine their own salary based on their efforts, rather than what the boss is prepared to give. FULL STORY INSIDE MECHANICAL ENGINEER 49 71 Pay Summary $k SOURCE: PayScale 117 TRAINING & COURSES [ P 1 5 - 1 6 ] TRADE LESSONS Put the spark back in high school by enrolling in skills-based subjects. Lauren Ahwan reports MORE THAN 320 JOB ADS EXECUTIVES P4 TRANSPORT P7 GOVERNMENT P8-9 Picture: CA M PBELL BRO D IE COURIERMAIL.COM.AU SATURDAY APRIL 16 2016 CLASSIFIEDS 1 PORTAL/LMS ADMINISTRATOR DELIVER SOLUTIONS BUSINESS SERVICES MANAGER PROVIDE TECHNICAL LEADERSHIP An outstanding opportunity exists to join one of Australias finest private schools. This internationally recognised school understands the importance of technology and is committed to making the most of their world-class technological facilities. To ensure your success, you will have relevant tertiary qualifications and be certified in the current SharePoint Enterprise version or have equivalent experience. Additionally, you will possess a comprehensive understanding of emerging technological trends relating to SharePoint, Blackboard and Enterprise Content Management. This is an exciting opportunity for a driven technology expert to add measureable value and assist in the achievement of organisational objectives. Contact Matthew Graham at matthew.graham@hays.com.au or 07 3243 3044. With a high degree of client contact you will provide financial and taxation compliance to a broad portfolio of clients, consisting of growing medium sized business and large private entities. You will lead your own team of talented accountants and work closely with the wider leadership team on range of strategic projects. Defined career progression to Senior Manager will be provided. Your ambition, excellent presentation and experience working in a mid/top-tier firm will see you succeed. A CA/CPA qualification is highly desirable however consideration will be given to those near completion of their studies. Contact Laura Johnston at laura.johnston@hays.com.au or 07 3243 3077. hays.com.au hays.com.au SATURDAY 16. 4. 2016 220 JOB ADS EXECUTIVES P4 TECHNICAL & TRADES P4-5 TRAINING & COURSES [ P 1 1 - 1 2 ] YOUR FUTURE STARTS NOW Cutting loose Barbers are coming into their own, writes Cara Jenkin Pi ct ur e: S TE VE P O H LN ER .com.au Find courses Explore jobs at leading brands Ask employers questions Talk to a career coach Upload your resume CHECK OUT CAREERONE ON THE COURIER MAIL APP Download the app from GooglePlay or iTunes store ONE qualification no longer cuts it in the hairdressing trade now that men are more likely to seek personal grooming. The trend towards beards and moustaches, as well as to having a professional provide grooming maintenance, means barbers are in demand, more barber shops are opening, and more staff need to be trained. Until now, a hairdressing apprenticeship was the only way barbers could become qualified, despite them not needing to know many techniques to groom female clients. A new barbering qualification has been approved to teach them the skills they do need to learn. Holly Shadlow, pictured, first worked as a hairdresser but was drawn to barbering because of the more personal working environment. Hairdressers may have to juggle more than one client at once, but barbers tend to only have one client at a time. I think (a qualification) is really essential for the trade, she says. FULL STORY INSIDE COURIERMAIL.COM.AU SATURDAY APRIL 16 2016 CLASSIFIEDS 1 PORTAL/LMS ADMINISTRATOR DELIVER SOLUTIONS BUSINESS SERVICES MANAGER PROVIDE TECHNICAL LEADERSHIP An outstanding opportunity exists to join one of Australias finest private schools. This internationally recognised school understands the importance of technology and is committed to making the most of their world-class technological facilities. To ensure your success, you will have relevant tertiary qualifications and be certified in the current SharePoint Enterprise version or have equivalent experience. Additionally, you will possess a comprehensive understanding of emerging technological trends relating to SharePoint, Blackboard and Enterprise Content Management. This is an exciting opportunity for a driven technology expert to add measureable value and assist in the achievement of organisational objectives. Contact Matthew Graham at matthew.graham@hays.com.au or 07 3243 3044. With a high degree of client contact you will provide financial and taxation compliance to a broad portfolio of clients, consisting of growing medium sized business and large private entities. You will lead your own team of talented accountants and work closely with the wider leadership team on range of strategic projects. Defined career progression to Senior Manager will be provided. Your ambition, excellent presentation and experience working in a mid/top-tier firm will see you succeed. A CA/CPA qualification is highly desirable however consideration will be given to those near completion of their studies. Contact Laura Johnston at laura.johnston@hays.com.au or 07 3243 3077. hays.com.au hays.com.au SATURDAY 16. 4. 2016 220 JOB ADS EXECUTIVES P4 TECHNICAL & TRADES P4-5 TRAINING & COURSES [ P 1 1 - 1 2 ] YOUR FUTURE STARTS NOW Cutting loose Barbers are coming into their own, writes Cara Jenkin Pi ct ur e: S TE VE P O H LN ER .com.au Find courses Explore jobs at leading brands Ask employers questions Talk to a career coach Upload your resume CHECK OUT CAREERONE ON THE COURIER MAIL APP Download the app from GooglePlay or iTunes store ONE qualification no longer cuts it in the hairdressing trade now that men are more likely to seek personal grooming. The trend towards beards and moustaches, as well as to having a professional provide grooming maintenance, means barbers are in demand, more barber shops are opening, and more staff need to be trained. Until now, a hairdressing apprenticeship was the only way barbers could become qualified, despite them not needing to know many techniques to groom female clients. A new barbering qualification has been approved to teach them the skills they do need to learn. Holly Shadlow, pictured, first worked as a hairdresser but was drawn to barbering because of the more personal working environment. Hairdressers may have to juggle more than one client at once, but barbers tend to only have one client at a time. I think (a qualification) is really essential for the trade, she says. FULL STORY INSIDE COURIERMAIL.COM.AU SATURDAY APRIL 16 2016 CLASSIFIEDS 1 PORTAL/LMS ADMINISTRATOR DELIVER SOLUTIONS BUSINESS SERVICES MANAGER PROVIDE TECHNICAL LEADERSHIP An outstanding opportunity exists to join one of Australias finest private schools. This internationally recognised school understands the importance of technology and is committed to making the most of their world-class technological facilities. To ensure your success, you will have relevant tertiary qualifications and be certified in the current SharePoint Enterprise version or have equivalent experience. Additionally, you will possess a comprehensive understanding of emerging technological trends relating to SharePoint, Blackboard and Enterprise Content Management. This is an exciting opportunity for a driven technology expert to add measureable value and assist in the achievement of organisational objectives. Contact Matthew Graham at matthew.graham@hays.com.au or 07 3243 3044. With a high degree of client contact you will provide financial and taxation compliance to a broad portfolio of clients, consisting of growing medium sized business and large private entities. You will lead your own team of talented accountants and work closely with the wider leadership team on range of strategic projects. Defined career progression to Senior Manager will be provided. Your ambition, excellent presentation and experience working in a mid/top-tier firm will see you succeed. A CA/CPA qualification is highly desirable however consideration will be given to those near completion of their studies. Contact Laura Johnston at laura.johnston@hays.com.au or 07 3243 3077. hays.com.au hays.com.au SATURDAY 16. 4. 2016 220 JOB ADS EXECUTIVES P4 TECHNICAL & TRADES P4-5 TRAINING & COURSES [ P 1 1 - 1 2 ] YOUR FUTURE STARTS NOW Cutting loose Barbers are coming into their own, writes Cara Jenkin Pi ct ur e: S TE VE P O H LN ER .com.au Find courses Explore jobs at leading brands Ask employers questions Talk to a career coach Upload your resume CHECK OUT CAREERONE ON THE COURIER MAIL APP Download the app from GooglePlay or iTunes store ONE qualification no longer cuts it in the hairdressing trade now that men are more likely to seek personal grooming. The trend towards beards and moustaches, as well as to having a professional provide grooming maintenance, means barbers are in demand, more barber shops are opening, and more staff need to be trained. Until now, a hairdressing apprenticeship was the only way barbers could become qualified, despite them not needing to know many techniques to groom female clients. A new barbering qualification has been approved to teach them the skills they do need to learn. Holly Shadlow, pictured, first worked as a hairdresser but was drawn to barbering because of the more personal working environment. Hairdressers may have to juggle more than one client at once, but barbers tend to only have one client at a time. I think (a qualification) is really essential for the trade, she says. FULL STORY INSIDE


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