The Northern Territory news Sat 16 Jul 2011
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6 NT NEWS. Saturday, July 16, 2011. CLASSIFIEDS 8944 9999 www.ntnews.com.au P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 1 6 -J U L -2 0 1 1 P A G E : 4 0 6 C O L O R : K For thousands of fresh jobs and expert advice, go to Executive appointments 1103343v3 careers in government www.nt.gov.au/jobs 1300 659 247 The Northern Territory Government is an equal opportunity employer and values an inclusive and diverse workforce NT11192 Senior Crown Prosecutor DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE Executive Contract Offi cer 1 ($173,402 $186,182) Offi ce of the Director of Public Prosecutions Darwin A contract of up to four years may be offered Do you want to make a difference in strengthening communities? Do you have experience in the conduct of complex criminal trials and appeals? Do you want to be part of delivering justice in a unique and challenging environment? The Northern Territory Government (NTG) Department of Justice is looking for an enthusiastic and committed advocate who is passionate about justice and willing to work in one of the most challenging and exciting jurisdictions in Australia. We are seeking: A motivated person with a genuine desire to work with a diverse range of people, including police, victims, witnesses, the media, the legal community within a dynamic and changing environment. The successful applicant will have relevant professional qualifi cations, suitable knowledge and experience. Depending on experience, prosecutors will be required to represent the Crown before all courts of the Northern Territory and the High Court of Australia in complex criminal prosecutions, appeals and related matters. In addition to interesting and challenging work, the NTG Department of Justice offers generous employment conditions including fi ve weeks annual leave, a fl exible working environment and competitive salary packages including superannuation. Criminal history relevant to the specifi c requirements of the job will be considered in determining suitability for appointment. Applications should address the Selection Criteria. Please refer to the contact details below for a copy of the Selection Criteria and Job Description. Contact us on 1300 659 247 or email Recruitment@nt.gov.au For further information about the position please contact: Richard Coates, Director of Public Prosecutions Phone: (08) 8935 7500 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Quote vacancy number: 10414 Closing date: Friday 29 July 2011 1054676v6 1093937v6 University & teaching appointments 1067953v5 Manager of Policy & Planning Position No: 26384 Permanent appointment commencing ASAP Batchelor Remuneration: Executive Officer Level 1BI - $108,150 - $116,975 New position Lead a new division Influential role Batchelor Institute is a leading Indigenous Tertiary Education provider for Educa tion and Vocational Education courses based in the Northern Territory of Australia. Due to a change management process, a new role of Manager Policy and Planning has been created to head up a brand new division called the Business Development Group Reporting to the Director, you will lead a small dynamic team that provides high level advice on matters relating to policy development and provide executive support to strategic projects. The duties will include: porting and objectives involving high level liaison with Senior Executives across the Institute. To be successful in this role, you will ideally have a relevant tertiary qualification in an organisation that is growing their business. Applications close: Friday, 29th July 2011 email@example.com or to vary the type of appointment. A free commuter service is normally available for staff traveling between Darwin, Palmerston and some rural areas. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply c020602/11