The Northern Territory news Sat 25 Feb 2012
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16 NT NEWS. Saturday, February 25, 2012. CLASSIFIEDS 8944 9999 www.ntnews.com.au P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 2 5 -F E B -2 0 1 2 P A G E : 4 1 6 C O L O R : K General vacancies Senior Computer Services Offi cer Alice Springs Position Number: IT007 Broad-banded: ASO 5 ASO 6 Base Salary: ($58,763 - $72,907) Estimated Effective Package (ex-Super): ($66,833 - $80,978) Working in a small team there is plenty of variety in this role. This position requires tertiary qualifi cations in a relevant fi eld, experience in administrating wide area networks and sound written and oral communication skills The position is offered as a 3 year contract Applications close 2 March 2012 Regional Land Management Offi cer Alice Springs Position Number: LM009 Broad-banded: ASO 5 ASO 6 Base Salary: ($58,763 - $72,907) Estimated Effective Package (ex-Super): ($66,833 - $80,978) Represent the aspirations of traditional owners for the use and management of their land in designated CLC sub-regions and oversee responses to identifi ed natural resource management and sustainable land use issues affecting their interests. The CLC is looking for an energetic person who is able to work within a multi-disciplinary workplace, a problem solver and recognises the challenge of our social and political environment. The position is offered as a 3 year contract Applications close 16 March 2012 Fire Management Offi cer Alice Springs Position Number: LM015 Broad-banded: ASO 5 ASO 6 Base Salary: ($58,763 - $72,907) Estimated Effective Package (ex-Super): ($66,833 - $80,978) The CLC is in a collaborative partnership to reinstate a landscape-scale fi re regime which closely resembles that applied traditionally by Aboriginal people in the area. The CLC is looking for an energetic person who will represent the CLC, maintain good working relationships with traditional owners of Aboriginal Land, native title holders and residents of Aboriginal communities. This person is a problem solver and recognises the challenge of our social and political environment. The position is offered as a 3 year contract Applications close 16 March 2012 Ranger Mentor Alice Springs Position Number: EU004 Broad-banded: ASO 5 ASO 6 Base Salary: ($58,763 - $72,907) Estimated Effective Package (ex-Super): ($66,833 - $80,978) The CLC has a position vacant for a Ranger Mentor who will contribute to real job outcomes for Aboriginal people in remote communities by providing job-readiness, workplace mentoring, personal and professional development and other employment support to indigenous community-based rangers engaged in natural and cultural resource management across the CLC region. Although based in Alice Springs there will be opportunity for travel to remote communities, working with traditional owners and others. The position is offered as a 3 year contract. Applications close 16 March 2012 Employment conditions: The CLC offers district allowance, fl exible salary sacrifi ce packaging, fi ve weeks annual leave and airfare and other entitlements included in the enterprise agreement. Relocation assistance may be available. For a Job Description and Selection Criteria please visit our web site at www.clc.org.au Or contact Maxine Draycott E-mail: email@example.com Phone: (08) 8951 6321 Fax: (08) 8958 2805 Aboriginal people are urged to apply. The CLC reserves the right to not make an appointment or vary the type of appointment. Central Land Council is a Commonwealth statutory authority under the Aboriginal Land Rights (NT) Act 1976, and the Native Title Representative Body for the southern Northern Territory region under the Native Title Act 1993. A G 6 0 2 6 7 SME Co-ordinator Spotless is the contracted provider of the Comprehensive Maintenance Services (CMS) Contract for the Department of Defence across the Northern Territory and Kimberley Region of Western Australia. An opportunity is now available for a suitably experienced person in the role of SME Co-ordinator at the Darwin RAAF Base. Reporting to the Risk and Compliance Manager, this role will assist in the day to day running of the Defence contract services ensuring the achievement of goals related to service delivery in the region. You will be responsible for: Ensuring the Small to Medium Enterprise (SME) usage meets or exceeds the required participation levels Train / induct employees and subcontractors/SME in contract requirements Undertake formal and ongoing reviews of subcontractors/SME Provide guidance to both Subcontractors/SME to ensure the work is being performed in accordance with contractual KPIs Manager Preferred Supplier Arrangements, Panel Agreements and Standing Offer Agreements Assist in the preparation of Tender Evaluation Reports Maintain Subcontractor database for Compliance You will come to us with: Excellent people management skills Proven ability to manage procurement functions in a service industry Ability to write reports and prepare tender documentation Strong negotiation and communication skills Sound MS office skills An understanding of Commonwealth Procurement Guidelines is desirable but not essential This is a dynamic role in a fast-paced and progressive business segment and for a motivated & talented self starter we offer an attractive salary package. To be considered, you must satisfy the Australian Department of Defence security requirements and be an Australian citizen. Please note: The successful candidate will be required to undergo a pre-employment medical and criminal history check. Please send applications to Bridie.firstname.lastname@example.org or www.spotless.com.au and quote Job Number 503157. Blaze149263 Bawinanga Aboriginal Corporation Maningrida Arts & Culture Maningrida, Arnhem Land, NT 10 0 76 5 9 Maningrida Arts & Culture is part of Bawinanga Aboriginal Corporation (BAC). It is a long established business which represents and supports a nationally and internationally recognised artist community. The turnover of the business exceeds $2.5million annually. Along with the proposed future development of a cultural precinct adjacent to the new Arts Centre, BAC is committed to the ongoing support of the regions internationally signifi cant art and cultural heritage. This position is based in Maningrida and the successful applicant will be expected to live in the community. It provides an opportunity for a dynamic leader to manage and contribute to the development of some of the internationally acclaimed as well as newly emerging artists in the region. The opening of a new Arts Centre building at Maningrida provides the opportunity for the successful applicant to reshape the direction of the regions biggest and most infl uential Art Centre. The successful candidate will be required to work with the artists to establish a vision that showcases their talent and engages the community while maximising the potential of Maningrida Art and Cultures facilities and programs. The Arts Director is also responsible for management of the shop front for the gallery at the Crowne Plaza in Darwin. The successful applicant for the Arts Centre Director position will have achieved strong results in a similar management position with a focus on marketing, sales and exhibitions. They will have sound business management skills and demonstrate a sophisticated understanding of the contemporary Indigenous arts industry. Appreciation of the social demographic of Maningrida and its surrounding outstations and empathy and respect for the challenges Indigenous people face in a contemporary social context, is required. Particularly in maintenance and transference of traditional culture. Ensuring training and professional development opportunities for local Indigenous employees is a key priority of this position. Excellent communication skills and an ability to be effi cient in a culturally diverse work environment are also essential. Computer skills are essential and experience with AMS & MYOB would be advantageous as the use of these programs is necessary to the day to day running of the Art Centre. Salary is commensurate with qualifi cations and experience, leave entitlements are excellent and there are substantial tax advantages for living in a remote community. Suitable rent free accommodation will be provided. Maningrida is a picturesque, well established community approximately 500kms East of Darwin overlooking the Arafura Sea. Its a semi-dry community that boasts a friendly atmosphere and embraces both locals and visitors alike. The community is serviced by a school, health clinic, police station and a variety of small enterprises, including two retail outlets and fuel stations. Maningrida is easily accessible with two daily fl ights to Darwin and a weekly barge service. Applications close 2nd March 2012 To discuss this position further please contact Mark Hutchings on mobile: 0488 024 976 To apply for this position please forward applications to email@example.com Director Do you have an interest in these products and would like to develop a career in sales and technology. Darwin Telstra Store in the Mitchell Centre and the Telstra Business Centre NT in Winnellie have positions available. This is an opportunity for people who enjoy customer service and working with the latest Technology. To apply please include a cover letter with your resume and send to Kelly.firstname.lastname@example.org 1 0 4 6 7 8 4 Retail Sales Mobiles!! Internet!! Technology!! 3 POSITIONS AVAILABLE