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The Centralian advocate Fri 15 Jul 2011

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Title

The Centralian advocate Fri 15 Jul 2011

Collection

Centralian Advocate; NewspaperNT

Date

2011-07-15

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Language

English

Subject

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

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Alice Springs

Volume

v. 64 no. 16

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00161

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/233509

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/656922

Page content

50 Centralian Advocate, Friday, July 15, 2011 CLASSIFIEDS 1300 508 509 Underground Truck Drivers FIFO Darwin or Alice Springs only 14/7 Roster Great Work/Life Balance Our mining department has several vacancies for Underground Dump Truck Operators. Your challenge will be to work safely in an underground mining environment on a roster arrangement (which may include night shift) and to interact with a wide range of personnel including operators, supervisors and subcontractors. To be considered, youll have at least 12 months experience operating a dump truck, good communication skills and a commitment to maintain a safe working environment. An HR licence is preferred but not essential. In return, youll receive an excellent remuneration package based on your qualifi cations and experience as per the Callie Goldmine Agreement 2009. Additional benefi ts include a location allowance, performance bonus and private health cover. To apply online and view a detailed position description, please visit newmont.com/join-our-team and search under Asia Pacifi c Region. Nanette McLeod, HR/Recruiter Newmont Asia Pacifi c Level 1, 388 Hay Street, Subiaco WA Our Tanami Operations, 540km north-west of Alice Springs, are on Aboriginal freehold land, in the NTs remote Tanami Desert. A fully equipped 800-bed village, 40km from the mine, offers modern leisure facilities to the workforce who FIFO direct from Darwin and Alice Springs. Our employees enjoy a generous salary package including free private health insurance, location allowance and an annual bonus scheme. Changing from a contractor mining model to owner-operator, there are new projects planned for an extended mine life to 2020. Were excited to be able to provide a stable and secure working environment for our Tanami employees. Newmont.com B R A N D N E W M R 0 0 8 4 Visitor Centre Join our friendly team and be a part of an Australian Icon Tour Guide/Shop Assistant (Casual position available) The person we seek will be: Well presented and clearly spoken Self motivated & confident Customer focused Willing to work Weekends & Public Holidays Email your resume to lesley.prince@flyingdoctor.net Or deliver to the RFDS Visitor Centre Stuart Terrace. Attention: Lesley Prince 1017106v2 TOUR GUIDE SEIT Outback Australia is seeking a professional well presented, enthusiastic, person who has a passion for the environment and the culture of Central Australia. The position requires applicants to have a high standard of communication and a positive outlook on life. Requirements include a manual drivers licence and either hold or be able to obtain a Light Rigid Licence and NT H Endorsement. This position is based at Yulara. Experience not essential, although desirable. Please send your resume to: aliceoffice@seitoutbackaustralia.com.au 1071763v5 Project Officer/Engineer Background in Buildings, Civil or Mechanical engineering well regarded. Experience in construction environment or with engineering consultants. Good communication skills required and ability to coordinate multiple activities. Initially Part-Time position based in Alice Springs to support project manager and to manage documentation on infrastructure project. Some training provided. To apply in confidence send your application to admin@phoenixpm.com.au or by fax 08 8443 7059. 1041539v4 Labourer (2 positions) Do you have: - Experience in the Building Industry - Willingness to learn new skills - Ability to work within a team environment - Thrive on a challenge - A current drivers licence We are seeking a versatile person who is willing to learn new skills in the manufacture and installation of our security and window products. A team player who will also be required to assist our tradesman. If this is YOU contact Graham 8952 4488 to arrange an interview or email your resume to ggsalice@bigpond.net.au 1004225v1 Central Land Council The Central Land Council (CLC) is a Commonwealth statutory authority established under the Aboriginal Land Rights (NT) Act 1976 to represent Aboriginal people in the southern region of the Northern Territory in the acquisition and management of their traditional lands. Across this region the CLC also performs related functions as the Native Title Representative Body under the Native Title Act 1993. Ranger Group Coordinator (Various Locations) PN RGTBA Broad-banded (ASO 5 ASO 6) Base Salary: ($57,051 - $70,784) Estimated Effective Package (ex-Super): ($65,151 $78,854) This calculation includes district allowance and estimated packaged taxation savings. As the peak Indigenous land management body for the region, the CLC provides traditional owners with information, advice, advocacy and practical assistance to support their aspirations and meet the challenges they face in the sustainable use and management of their land. The CLC also manages an Indigenous ranger program with ranger groups based in seven Aboriginal communities across the CLC region. The CLC is seeking energetic and motivated people with practical Natural Resource Management experience, community engagement and leadership skills. These opportunities will contribute significantly to increasing the engagement of Aboriginal people in land management activities and building sustainable employment futures in cultural and natural resource management. The position is offered as an initial contract of 3 years with a 6 month probation period. See Job Description for details. Employment conditions: CLC offers district allowance, flexible salary sacrifice packaging, five weeks annual leave plus airfare and other entitlements as per the CLC EBA. Relocation assistance may be available. Please contact Katirei Hever for Job Description and Selection Criteria: E-mail: jobs@clc.org.au Phone: (08) 8951 6321 Fax: (08) 8958 2805 Or visit our web site at www.clc.org.au APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Friday 22nd July 2011 CLC reserves the right to not make an appointment or vary the type of appointment. AG48106 Cafe Assistant (Casual position available) Duties include: Friendly customer service Cooking/ Food preparation Food service Cash handling Cleaning Saturday work required Email your resume to singuanez@flyingdoctor.net Or deliver to the RFDS Visitor Centre Stuart Terrace Attention: Sam Inguanez 1018267v3 Plant & Civil Works Supervisor (Readvertised) Do Something different! Regional Anangu Services Aboriginal Corporation, an organisation incorporated under the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander) Act 2006, provides and maintains municipal services and some regional infrastructure across the APY Lands in north-west South Australia. This position, which is based in Umuwa on the APY Lands, supervises the operation of a variety of people, plant & equipment for our jobs performed across the APY Lands. We are seeking an applicant who will need to be qualified and experienced in road maintenance and plant operations, with all round practical plant skills, a good people person, a hands-on supervisor, willing to work in a remote location and undertake a variety of tasks. A competitive salary package incorporates a cash salary component of $85,000 to $90,000 (negotiable), superannuation, access to generous tax free salary packaging, provision of self contained furnished accommodation (at a nominal rental), telephone subsidy, internet, Austar and at least six weeks annual leave. A 5 day week is worked consisting of 10 hour days (inclusive of regular overtime). The salary package offered reflects this. Prospective applicants should obtain the information pack of the position that they are interested in by contacting Robyn Beattie on phone (08) 8950 5400, facsimile (08) 8952 6371 or email:enquiries@rasac.com.au Applications for all the positions close at 12:00 noon on Friday 22 July 2011 and are to be sent to: The General Manager Regional Anangu Services PO Box 2584 Alice Springs NT 0871 or via the above facsimile or email address. Specific position related enquiries should be addressed to Michael Tolhurst on phone (08) 8950 5473. Previous applicants need not reapply. 1108033v3 Plant Operators (2 Positions) Regional Anangu Services Aboriginal Corporation, an organisation incorporated under the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander) Act 2006, provides and maintains municipal services and some regional infrastructure across the APY Lands in north-west South Australia. These positions, which are based in Umuwa on the APY Lands, operate a variety of plant & equipment for our jobs performed across the APY Lands. The successful applicants will need to be qualified and experienced, with all round practical skills, versatile, able to work without supervision, willing to work in a remote location and undertake a variety of tasks. Competitive salary packages are being offered for each position. This incorporates a cash salary component of $70,000 to $75,000 (negotiable), superannuation, access to generous tax free salary packaging, provision of self contained furnished accommodation (at a nominal rental), telephone subsidy, internet, Austar and at least six weeks annual leave. A 5 day week is worked consisting of 10 hour days inclusive of regular overtime. The salary package offered reflects this. Prospective applicants should obtain the information pack of the position that they are interested in by contacting Robyn Beattie on phone (08) 8950 5400, facsimile (08) 8952 6371 or email:- enquiries@rasac.com.au Applications for all the positions close at 12:00 noon on Friday 22 July 2011 and are to be sent to: The General Manager Regional Anangu Services PO Box 2584 Alice Springs NT 0871, or via the above facsimile or email address. Specific position related enquiries should be addressed to Kim Barnsley on phone (08) 8954 8168. 1107932v4


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