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The Centralian advocate Fri 11 Jan 2008



The Centralian advocate Fri 11 Jan 2008


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Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Alice Springs; Tennant Creek (N.T.) -- Newspapers; Alice Springs (N.T.) -- Newspapers.; Australia, Central -- Newspapers

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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Alice Springs


v. 61 no. 66

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40 Centralian Advocate, Friday, January 11, 2008 For a copy of the Job Description phone Tollfree: 1300 659 247 or go to www.powerwater.com.au/powerwater/employment Applicants must address the Selection Criteria Power and Water Corporation - Northern Territory The Power and Water Corporation provides power, water and sewerage services to 77,000 customers under some of the toughest conditions anywhere in the world. With assets in excess of $1 billion, Power and Water is one of the largest businesses in the Northern Territory and a proud employer of over 700 employees. Service Worker Sewer Operations (Reticulation), Darwin Salary range: $51 834 to $69 482 plus allowances We are looking for a qualifi ed tradesperson to join our Darwin Water Operations Branch. The person we are seeking will be a plumber or similar with experience in operating, maintaining, repairing and servicing equipment and infrastructure associated with wastewater (sewerage) systems. They will need a high level of trade skills and knowledge, good interpersonal and customer relation skills and may be required to work reasonable overtime and attend after-hours calls on a roster. For occupational health and safety reasons (safe wearing and operating of self-contained breathing apparatus) applicants without facial hair or people who agree to remove hair and remain clean-shaven will be given preference. The level of appointment will depend on qualifi cations and experience. To fi nd our more, phone Norm Cramp on (08) 8924 5910. Quote vacancy number: 13653 Trainee Power Station Operator, Alice Springs Salary range: $55 786 to $76 606 At the completion of training you will be responsible for the safe and effective operation of generating plant and equipment at the Ron Goodin Power Station in Alice Springs, plus remote monitoring of Brewer, Yulara, Kings Canyon and Tennant Creek Power Stations. We are looking for someone to work in a small team on a continuous roster. Duties involve the operation of generating plant and associated auxiliaries. You should have an AQF Level III Certifi cate in a Mechanical/Electrical Trade related to the power generation industry and be able to analyse technical systems and assess/report anomalies. Experience in the operation of gas turbines and dual fuel reciprocating engines is desirable. The level of appointment will depend on qualifi cations and experience. To fi nd out more, phone Peter Levett on (08) 8951 7419. Quote vacancy number: 13840 Closing Date: 25 January 2008 Administration Assistant Full or part time position Nganampa Health Council provides comprehensive primary health care services across the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands. We are looking for an enthusiastic person to join our administration team based in Alice Springs. The successful applicant would undertake various administration tasks including relieving at our busy reception area, distributing mail and providing secretarial support to our Program Managers. Formal training both in-house and through an external training provider will be offered. This is an Aboriginal Identii ed Position. Applicants must have a current drivers licence. A knowledge of the Pitjantjatjara/ Yankunytjatjara language and culture would be an advantage. Interested applicants are encouraged to call Brenda Masters, Personnel Coordinator on 08 8950 6825 to discuss the position. Applications in writing must be received by the close of business 25th January, 2008 and addressed to: Brenda Masters PO Box 2232, Alice Springs SA 0871 A copy of the job description and selection criteria can be obtained at www.nganampahealth.com.au or by contacting Brenda on 8950 6825, or brenda.masters@palya.org.au E 5 3 8 3 0 ARALUEN CHRISTIAN COLLEGE requires an UPPER PRIMARY TEACHER to start January 2008 Please contact the Acting Principal, Cate Garwood, on 0407 395 931 1035913v1 Anzac Hill High School requires an honest, reliable and self motivated Cleaner 2 to 5 hours daily after school. Must be able to work with limited supervision. Police check required. Phone 8951 3800 for further information. 1042574v1 Case Worker Full-Time Alice Springs Mens Hostel The Salvation Army (TSA) is a not for profit Christian organization and the largest support agency in Australia for the homeless. TSA provides an extensive range of health and welfare services throughout the Northern Territory, and is an essential safety net for those who are most vulnerable and disadvantaged. The Salvation Armys Alice Springs Mens Hostel for homeless men is seeking to appoint a qualified and/or experienced Case Worker to provide assistance to the Hostel Manager in the provision of quality, responsive and resident focussed services to Hostel clients. Experience in working with the disadvantaged and those with addiction and mental health issues is desirable and would be an advantage. The successful applicant must be willing to work within the principles and policies of The Salvation Army. TSA offer a supporting working environment, training and education opportunities, generous salary packaging arrangements and Northern Territory lifestyle options. If you value working in a supportive, stimulating and challenging environment this role is for you. For further information or a Position Description contact the Manager on (08) 89521 434. Written applications addressing the key competencies in the Position Description should be forwarded to: The Manager Salvation Army Red Shield Hostel PO Box 8046 (11 Goyder Street) ALICE SPRINGS NT 0870 Phone: (08) 8952 1434 Fax: (08) 8952 7902 Applications close - 22nd January 2008. 1030363v1 SCHOOL leaver seeking apprenticeship in steel fabrication industry, boiler maker, welder. Contact Andrew at Tishand Ph 8953 6611. 1029988v2 CHEF, Cook. Expressions of interest are sought for the lease, contract of the kitchen, dining facilities of The Feds Club. Phone Linden 0447 521 917 for details. 1006533v2 Terminal Operator/ Driver Alice Springs (Ref: KHG092) Permanent full time We are currently seeking a highly motivated individual with a fl exible work approach to join the Operations team, based at our terminal in Alice Springs. Reporting to the Logistics Terminal Manager, your responsibilities will be varied and include fi lling gas cylinders; bulk gas deliveries; the delivery of gas cylinders and appliances; attending to customers within the terminal and other general duties associated with the safe storage and handling of LPG product. It is essential that you hold a current heavy rigid vehicle licence with a proven safe driving record and a forklift licence. We will provide training if you dont hold a Dangerous Goods licence. You will have sound communication and customer service skills and previous operational experience in the LP Gas industry is preferred. The successful applicant must be prepared to make themselves available for varied hours and weekend work during seasonal demand periods. If you are interested in opportunity, please forward your application by Friday, 18 January 2008 to: PO Box 36896 Winnellie NT 0821. For further information please contact Andrea McPhee on (08) 8984 0008. For more information and to apply online, please visit our website and click on Our People. Part of one of Australias most respected companies Wesfarmers, the Wesfarmers Energy Division includes the gas and power businesses Kleenheat Gas, Wesfarmers LPG, Coregas, a 40% interest in Air Liquide WA and enGen. www.wesfarmersenergy.com.au TMPWL25640 Central Australian Stolen Generations and Families Aboriginal Corporation Link-Up Caseworker Based in Alice Springs NT CASG&FAC is an organisation that operates the National Link-Up Service in Central Austra lia, and provides support to the Stolen Generations people who were separated from their families under the past laws, practices and policies of Australian Governments and due to social circumstances. The Caseworker works alongside of the Senior Caseworker, assisting Stolen Generations people by performing family tracing and arranging family reunion initiatives. Indigenous people are encouraged to apply. Entitlements: Starting Salary for the position is $46,515 per annum including salary sacrifice. Administrative Assistant CASG&FAC is an organisation that provides support to the Stolen Generations people who were separated from their families under the past laws, practices and policies of Australian Governments and due to social circumstances; The Administrative Assistant provides general office support to the Manager, Link-Up Caseworkers and the Project Officer. Indigenous people are encouraged to apply. Entitlements: Starting salary for the position is $33,306 per annum plus salary sacrifice. Contact Jackie on (08) 8953 3899 or email sg@central.link-up.org.au for copies of the job description and selection criteria. Applicants must address the selection criteria and include curriculum vitae and contact details of three referees. Closing date: Friday 25th January, 2008. Applications to: CASG&FAC, PO Box 744, Alice Springs 0871. Phone: (08) 8953 3899 Fax: (08) 8953 6684 1019105v4 Casual Youth Entrepreneurial Program (YEP) Coordinator Do you have the drive and determination to make a positive difference to the lives and future of young Aboriginal people? The Aboriginal Employment Strategy in Alice Springs is seeking a Casual Youth Entrepreneurial (YEP) Coordinator. Mentoring and continuous communication is essential within this role. You will be working with Aboriginal students in years 7 - 9 through the YEP which aims at initiating a commercial environment for young Aboriginal people. The YEP creates an enterprise culture away from welfare culture. This parttime program introduces Aboriginal youth to a working economy. As a YEP officer you will be facilitating team building workshops, organising work-based experience for students and creating a culture of enterprise and increasing the students knowledge of business processes. You will also be required to liaise with corporate partners and work in a mentoring capacity to students throughout the programs duration. To be successful you will be highly motivated, enthusiastic and results-orientated and have proven experience working with children and people. It is desirable that you possess sound knowledge of employment-related services and financial goals and objectives. It is essential you look at longer-term objectives as well as short-term gains. This is a casual position and you will be required to work up to a maximum of 12 hours per week, $40 per hour. This is an Aboriginal identified position; you must be Aboriginal to apply. It is essential you hold a current Class C licence. For enquiries contact Tamara Murray at the Alice Springs AES on (08) 8950 2300. Criteria: Aboriginality Current Class C Drivers Licence Proven experience in coordinating programs Proven experience working with children Good leadership and people management skills Good time management skills Proven ability at meeting deadlines and targets 1002595v2

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