The Northern Territory news Sat 16 Jul 2011
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18 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 1 8 C O L O R : K General vacancies Air Frontier Operations Full-Time An opportunity exists for a positive, motivated, enthusiastic and reliable individual to join our team. The successful candidate must possess clear communication skills, be skilled in customer service, have good time management skills and be a motivated self starter with a strong attention to detail. This positions includes the preparation of quotes, aircraft co-ordination & bookings of aircraft charters Please forward your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax (08) 8988 9776 1045156v10 1109489v3 Healthy Country Manager Wunambal Gaambera Location: Darwin/Broome/Derby/Kununurra Full time, fixed term (3 years) Salary: $72K-$80K +9% super Bush Heritage Australia is a non-profit, non-government organisation which aims to protect the natural environment through the acquisition and management of land or water of high conservation value or environmental significance. Our 33 reserves cover nearly one million hectares and our extensive partnerships will in time cover many millions of hectares of land and sea country. The Healthy Country Manager position is part of Bush Heritages increasing commitment to work with Indigenous peoples to Care for Country. Bush Heritage Australia and the Wunambal Gaambera Aboriginal Corporation have a ten year agreement to manage and conserve almost 2.5 million hectares of land and sea country in the north Kimberley, including the Uunguu Indigenous Protected Area. This exciting partnership requires an experienced and motivated individual to work closely with Wunambal Gaambera people and staff to develop, direct and implement the work program of the Uunguu Rangers team as they implement the 10 year Wunambal Gaambera Healthy Country Plan. It is essential that you have demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Indigenous societies and cultures; on-ground experience working with Indigenous peoples in practical caring for country activities; and a broad and practical understanding of conservation management and environmental issues as they relate to Indigenous peoples. It is also important that you have high levels of leadership, networking and communication skills and the ability to manage the safety of staff in a remote location. Bush Heritage strongly encourages Indigenous people to apply. For more information about Bush Heritage, please visit our website: http://www.bushheritage.org.au For more information about the role, the Position Description is available on our website: http://www.bushheritage.org.au/employment and as a link below or you can contact Justin McCaul on 0437 090 217 Applications must address the selection criteria found in the Position Description available on our website at the above link. Applications should be addressed to: The Indigenous Program Manager, Justin McCaul at: email@example.com Applications close: Sunday 24 July 2011. 1002480v7 1033891v6 Enrolled Nurse or Experienced Beauty Therapist Casual/Part Time Looking for a change from shift work? Hair Free Darwin are looking for an Enrolled Nurse or Experienced Beauty Therapist to join their team. Applicants must be: Well Presented, Mature, and have an outgoing personality. If this sounds like the job for you send your resume to : The Manager Hairfree Darwin GPO Box 2387 Darwin NT 0800 Or email to firstname.lastname@example.org Applications close Tuesday 31 July 2011 www.hairfree.com.au c020604/11 Licenced Backhoe Driver/Labourer NT Electrical Group is currently looking for an experienced and Licenced Backhoe Operator/Labourer to work in our civil section. Previous experience in the Electrical trade would be an advantage, competitive wages offered to the right applicant. To apply please email resume to: email@example.com or fax: 8947 0216 1049369v5 BJB Joint Venture Rail Maintenance TrackTrack InspectorInspector Alice Springs (NT) to Tarcoola (SA) BJB carries out rail maintenance from Tarcoola to Darwin. This position is based in Alice Springs. The role will be to ensure that the railway, track and associated infrastructure conform to safety and industry standards. A weekly track run of 830km is required, return by road to Alice Springs. BJB is a small rail maintenance organisation comprising 28 employees with offices in Darwin and Alice Springs. The BJB joint venture partners are Laing ORourke Pty Ltd, John Holland Group, and Kellogg, Brown and Root Pty Ltd. Railway traffic is growing strongly due to the number of mines being developed along the route. The line carries interstate freight, the Ghan passenger service, copper, manganese and iron ore. To be considered for this position you will have a minimum of several years experience in railway maintenance and or railway construction. If you have the necessary skills and experience and would like to develop your career in rail maintenance through South Australia and the Northern Territory, this is your opportunity. A competitive salary package including site allowance and relocation assistance is offered. The Territorys unique geography and demography offers the opportunity to enjoy an interesting and diverse lifestyle in the remote outback. For further enquiries and a copy of the Position Description please contact: Project Manager Greg Mariager, ph 08 8984 2021 or Superintendent Rod Austine, phone 0428 853 430. Applications close Friday 29th July 2011 and may be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to: BJB JV - Attention: Trish Acton PO Box 36871, Winnellie NT 0821 1058979v6 Exciting new Youth Work positions in Katherine NT We are seeking energetic, committed and skilled people who want to make a real difference to the lives of young people in Katherine. In response to a significant need identified by the NT Government and the community, we are establishing two new services - a new alternative care service for children / young people in Katherine and a youth accommodation service. Katherine Alternative Care Service (KACS) increases the availability of local placement options for children and young people in the Alternative Care system of the Katherine region. Katherine Youth Accommodation Support Service (KYASS) provides accommodation options and housing pathways program through integrated case management and a flexible regional response to the challenge of youth homelessness. These exciting new services require Program Manager (KYASS and KACS) Senior Residential Youth Worker (KACS) Youth Accommodation Support Worker (KYASS) For information on the above positions please contact: Dean Fraser (Business Development Manager) on 08 8985 0000 or Robyn Smith (Katherine Team Leader) on 08 8972 1571, or email: email@example.com. Visit our website www.anglicare-nt.org.au to obtain a position description. Call this week to register your interest as applications close soon .....promoting a child safe, equal opportunity and non-smoking work environment.... 1075953v11 Palmerston Golf & Country Club Inc has a position available for a GREENKEEPER/ GROUNDSMAN/ LABOURER Experience in Golf Course and Bowling Green Maintenance highly desirable but not essential as training is available. Heavy machinery usage/chemical and fertilizer knowledge an advantage. A self-motivated person with the ability to work unsupervised is required for this position. If you fit the criteria and enjoy working outside this might be your ideal job. Email resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Joe on 0423 671 962 1044382v4
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