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The Centralian advocate Tue 25 Sep 2007

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Title

The Centralian advocate Tue 25 Sep 2007

Collection

Centralian Advocate; NewspaperNT

Date

2007-09-25

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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. 61 no. 38

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/C2019C00251

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/233377

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/657469

Page content

Centralian Advocate, Tuesday, September 25, 2007 25 Would you like to work with one of the most highly regarded Indigenous organisations in the country and have a job where you can really make a difference. If so, read on.. The Central Land Council is a Commonwealth Statutory Authority established under the Aboriginal Land Rights (NT) Act 1976 to represent Aboriginal people in the southern area of the Northern Territory in the acquisition and management of their traditional lands. The CLC also performs related functions as the areas Native Title Representative Body under the Native Title Act 1993. We are seeking a dedicated and motivated person to fill the following position: TRAINEE (JOINT MANAGEMENT OFFICER) (PN LM14) ASO1 ($31,957-$33,489) Aboriginal Identified Position Under the direction of the Manager (Land Management). The key responsibility of this position is to carry out the Central Land Councils statutory functions and obligations to represent the interests of traditional owners of national parks and reserves subject to joint management arrangements established under the NT Parkes and Reserves (Framework for the future) Act 2002. Job Description and Selection Criteria: Visit our web site at www.clc.org.au or contact the HR Officer Amelia Forrester E-mail: jobs@clc.org.au Phone: 8951 6325 Fax: 8953 8037 APPLICATIONS CLOSE Friday 5th October 2007 CLC reserves the right to not make an appointment, or to vary the type of appointment hmaN002210 Central Land Alice Springs Council Are you passionate about guest service and just love smiling all day? RECEPTIONIST Full-Time As a Receptionist, the successful applicant will be responsible for attending to the needs of guests, including check-in and check-out, switchboard operation, and reservations. So if you have a personality that shines, a delightful telephone manner and understand the importance of excellent customer service, we would love to hear from you. Previous experience preferred, strong numeracy skills an advantage. Please send your CV to Scott Grant at Novotel Outback Alice Springs via email to: gm@novotel-outback.com.au fax to: 8952 1988 or phone Scott on: 8952 6100 1045917v1 TANGENTYERE COUNCIL ALICE SPRINGS Tangentyere Council is a major Aboriginal organisation in Alice Springs, delivering a range of housing, social and municipal services to Town Camp residents and remote communities. The Council has the following vacancy: Case Worker/Community Development Worker for Yarrenyty-Arltere Womens Program 12 month contract Level 5-6 depending on skills and experience ($50,385 to $60,873) Attractive salary packaging available Duties include case management and group work with women within and related to Yarrenyty Arltere (Larapinta Valley) Town Camp. Consult with community members and other services to plan and provide relevant and accessible community development programs. Improve access to information, services and provide advocacy and mentoring for women in the community. Job descriptions and selection criteria may be obtained by phoning Rebecca on 8951 4231 or by email: hr@tangentyere.org.au Applicants must address the selection criteria and should nominate three referees who are familiar with recent work and related abilities. Applications close 5pm 28/09/2007 and must be addressed to: Human Resources Office Tangentyere Council Inc PO Box 8070, Alice Springs, NT 0871 marked Confidential 1001386v2 TRADE SALES ASSISTANT Big O Mitre 10 are looking for a Trade Sales Assistant to provide quality customer service on their trade counter. The job involves customer service and cash register operation. Some heavy lifting and rostered weekend work are also required. Experience with counter sales, computer operation and building products all an advantage. Applications to: John Glasson, Big O Trade Sales Manager Phone: 8953 3185 or Fax: 8953 2056 1045380v2 Administration & Data Entry Assistant The Gap Youth Centre is seeking an Administration and Data Entry Assistant to join our Deadly Mob and Youth Pathways team. If you have: Good oral and written communication skills A proven background in administration Experience with database/web based applications A commitment to working with a youthful and energetic team Then we want to hear from you! Experience in Job Network programs would be an advantage. Please call 8952 3927 for a position description. Indigenous people are encouraged to apply. Applications close 1st October 2007. Fax: 8955 5859 or email: info@gyc.org.au 1041841v4 Pharmacy Assistant Full-time and part-time positions are now available at the Alice Springs Pharmacy. Employees are offered significant opportunities for personal development through on the job training and recognised certificate courses. These positions would suit a positive and enthusiastic person, with an interest in health. Previous pharmacy experience is desirable but not essential for the right person. Excellent working conditions and above award wages apply. The person we seek would work as part of a team to provide excellent customer service. Contact the Recruitment Officer on 8952 1554. 1034333v2 Are you looking for a great career opportunity with job security? Do you want to work for a rapidly growing Aboriginal organisation that respects and rewards its staff? The Institute for Aboriginal Development (IAD) is a dynamic Aboriginal organisation based in Alice Springs that takes pride in its ability to translate expertise into responsive and innovative services and products. Under new leadership, IAD is committed to rapid career advancement and the professional development of staff through challenging appointments and interesting assignments. IAD is currently seeking a highly motivated and motivating person to lead and mentor staff working across a range of programs, in the role of Education and Training Coordinator Level 8/1 The successful applicant will coordinate the day-to-day operations of the Education and Training Department with a focus on supporting lecturers to achieve educational excellence within established AQTF policies and procedures. They will have knowledge and experience in using appropriate teaching and assessment methodologies within Aboriginal adult learning environments. Knowledge and experience in the delivery of Competency Based Training using Training Packages is essential. Other positions currently available at IAD include: * Business Manager * Accountant * Executive Assistant * Receptionist Packages for all ongoing positions include annual salary, employer contribution to superannuation, salary sacrifice and annual leave loading. For duty statements and selection criteria please check the IAD website: www.iad.edu.au Further information can be obtained from the Institutes Human Resource Officer, Sandy Alley on (08) 89511324 or human.resource@iad.edu.au Applications that address the selection criteria should be sent to: Human Resources Officer Institute for Aboriginal Development PO Box 2531 Alice Springs NT 0871 Applications close 9 th October 2007 Aboriginal people are strongly encouraged to apply. Watiyawanu Community Government Council MT LIEBIG COMMUNITY, A DRY COMMUNITY APPROX 320km WEST OF ALICE SPRINGS IS SEEKING THE SERVICES OF SUITABLE PERSON FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITION: Child Care Coordinator Day-to-day running of councils child care centre Supervision of child care assistants Implementation of Long Day Care programs Attend to funding body reporting requirements Monthly reporting to CEO and Council Applicants must be willing to undergo a police check. Position is subject to a 3-month probationary period. Accommodation on community supplied at nominal rent. FOR SELECTION CRITERIA PLEASE CONTACT (08) 8956 8500 APPLICATIONS SHOULD ADDRESS SELECTION CRITERIA AND BE FORWARDED TO: ATTENTION: THE CHAIRMAN WATIYAWANU COMMUNITY GOVERNMENT COUNCIL PMB MT LIEBIG, VIA ALICE SPRINGS, NT 0872 1035245v4 Pool Service Person FULL-TIME FOR POOL SEASON Duties to include: Pool maintenance and clean-ups Deliveries and customer service Equipment installation and repairs Wages negotiated according to abilities. Customer satisfaction bonus at end of season. Full training provided. Apply to David: 8955 5588 1046035v2


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