The Centralian advocate Fri 15 Jul 2011
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v. 64 no. 16
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48 Centralian Advocate, Friday, July 15, 2011 CLASSIFIEDS 1300 508 509 The Northern Territory AIDS and Hepatitis Council is a non-profit organisation providing a diverse range of services to the community including HIV and Hepatitis C Support, information and education, support of the gay, lesbian, transgender and bisexual community, Needle and Syringe Program (NSP), specialist Indigenous sexual health programs and Sex Workers Outreach. NTAHC is recruiting for the following vacant position: HIV & Hepatitis C Support - Alice Springs A full time position based in our Alice Springs office is now available. The aim of this position is to improve the health and well being of people affected by blood borne viruses (BBVs), and the reduction in transmission of blood borne viruses (BBVs). You will work within a team that spans from Alice to Darwin. This role works specifically with the Alice Springs community and involves case work services for positive people, information, education and referral for our client groups, participation in the development and facilitation of campaigns and events and facilitate consumer input and feedback. The position is based on the NT SACS Award level 5. We offer above award salary conditions and salary packaging is available. Previous work experience with BBV positive clients an advantage, but not essential. Selection criteria and position descriptions available by contacting Chansey on (08) 8953 3172 or emailing email@example.com Applications in writing with responses to the selection criteria, curriculum vitae and the contact details of three professional referees must be submitted to the: Executive Director GPO Box 2826 Darwin NT 0801 Or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org Applications close 5pm Monday 25th July 2011. No late applications will be accepted. 1030992v4 Computer Invoicing & Phone Order Clerk FULL-TIME POSITION Applications are invited from energetic, mature persons that possess good customer service and communication skills, with the ability to work with a minimum of supervision. Only reliable, enthusiastic workers should apply for this position. Sound computer data entry skills are necessary to be able to adapt to our system quickly. Full on-thejob training will be provided for the successful applicant, to enable them to work as part of a team within our operation. Must be able to commence work ASAP. Neat appearance is essential. Attractive wages and conditions. Hours of work are mainly 7.30am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday. Applications in writing, including resume and references are to be addressed to: Angie Seeley Smimac Foodservices Wholesales PO Box 590, Alice Springs, NT 0871 or delivered to: 15 Kidman Street, Alice Springs, NT 0870. Only applicants with suitable qualifications will be interviewed. 1044410V1 Assistant Corporate Services Offi cer (Ongoing) Tennant Creek Indigenous Coordination Centre (ICC) APS 2 Tennant Creek An exciting opportunity is available at the APS2 level to provide a range of corporate and administration services for the Tennant Creek ICC. Duties may include: Reception and switchboard, Collating, recording and distribution of correspondence, Contribution to the achievement of team/work unit goals, and Providing relevant general administrative and clerical support within the Tennant Creek ICC Your ability to work in a team, and your good communication and interpersonal skills will be highly valued in this challenging environment. www.fahcsia.gov.au Help us in improving the lives of Australians The Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA) is all about people. We are committed to providing a meaningful and rewarding career in a supportive environment. We value respect, collaboration, professionalism, results and innovation. People working in FaHCSIA provide support that touches on the lives of every Australian family and community in some way. We are responsible for about a quarter of the governments budgetary outlays and we are the governments principal source of advice on social policy and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues. One APS Career... Thousands of Opportunities How to apply For further information visit Careers in FaHCSIA at www.fahcsia.gov.au or contact Recruitment on (02) 6200 9514. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse culture and linguistic backgrounds and people with a disability. A G 4 8 7 5 7
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