The Centralian advocate Tue 28 Nov 2006
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26 Centralian Advocate, Tuesday, November 28, 2006 POSITIONS VACANT www.chubb.com.au Chubb Security is an Equal Opportunity Employer NT Security Agents Licence Number: 117 ABN: 9900-360-5098 U 7 2 3 0 7 Security Offi cers it's more than you think A career for both women and men. We are the face of many corporations, the fi rst point of contact. We are the operators in control rooms monitoring security cameras. We are the guards ensuring when you travel, you are safe. We are the security, patrolling premises at night when you are not there. We are the people involved in launches, parties and special events. Being a Security Offi cer is more than you think. It means diversity, where you are able to work in a variety of industries from corporate to facilities management, retail/logistics and aviation. It means fl exibility, allowing you to have control over the hours you work. It means opportunities and career development. Suitable applicants will also be given the opportunity to be 'skilled up' to Screening Level, as well as further opportunities to access the Chubb Scholarship Program which includes the opportunity to obtain a university degree in any fi eld you desire! You will need verbal and written English skills, with the ability to work fl exible hours. You will have excellent customer relations skills with a current Senior First Aid Certifi cate, current NT Security Licence and a reliable motor vehicle. To apply, mail your application to: Security Offi cer Application, 58 McMinn St, Darwin NT 0800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact (08) 8946 0945. An invitation to create your future. APPRENTICESHIPS in 2007 FOR ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDERS As part of the Apprenticeship program, Northern Territory Government agencies are offering opportunities for Apprenticeships to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Alice Springs. Apprentices are employed on a contractual basis as a temporary employee for the duration of their Apprenticeship. While employed by agencies of the Northern Territory Public Sector, Apprentices are provided with the opportunity to gain a qualifi cation that has national accreditation and may lead to future employment. Apprenticeships being offered in Alice Springs are: Retail Travel Sales Tourism and Operations To obtain an application form, please visit the web site at www.nt.gov.au/jobs or phone 1300 659 247. For additional information about the Apprenticeships available in your area, please contact: Alice Springs on 8951 5251 Quote Vacancy Number: 260321 Closing Date: 8 December 2006 careers in government www.nt.gov.au/jobs 1300659247 The Northern Territory Government is aiming for an inclusive and diverse workforce. All equal employment opportunity (EEO) groups are encouraged to apply. Alice Springs Memorial Club Requires a 2nd Chef Expressions of interest are invited from reliable and motivated person to join our food and beverage team. The successful applicant will be responsible for all kitchen and outside catering operations including: ordering, hands on preparation and service cooking, customer complaints and maintaining kitchen and equipment to OH&S standards. Minimum 25 hours per week for experienced chef or 38 hours per week for apprentice chef in 2nd year or upwards. Above award remuneration to be discussed at the time of interviews. Send resumes to:Jason Nelson Alice Springs Memorial Club PO box 158 Alice Springs NT 0871 or email: email@example.com 1007066v1 Tour Guide Required Alice Springs School of the Air Visitors Centre requires a mature person able to work weekdays and weekends as a Tour Guide in our Visitor Centre. This would involve working on a variable roster, approximately 3 to 4 days a week. Requirements: Ability to chat freely with our visitors and to deliver our presentations and good local knowledge are definite advantages. All training is provided. Mist have a current criminal history check or the capacity to arrive at one. If you would like to be part of our friendly team. please contact Nicky on 8951 6834 for an appointment. 1019986v3 POSITIONS VACANT An invitation to create your future. Apprenticeships As part of the Apprenticeship program, Northern Territory Government agencies are offering opportunities for Apprenticeships to people in Alice Springs Apprentices are employed on a contractual basis as a temporary employee for the duration of their Apprenticeship. While employed by agencies of the Northern Territory Public Sector, Apprentices are provided with the opportunity to gain a qualifi cation that has national accreditation and may lead to future employment. Apprenticeships being offered in Alice Springs are: Retail Travel Sales Tourism and Operations To obtain an application form, please visit the web site at www.nt.gov.au/jobs or phone 1300 659 247. For additional information about the Apprenticeships available in your area, please contact: Alice Springs on 8951 5251. Quote Vacancy Number: 260320 Closing Date: 8 December 2006 careers in government www.nt.gov.au/jobs 1300659247 The Northern Territory Government is aiming for an inclusive and diverse workforce. All equal employment opportunity (EEO) groups are encouraged to apply. Central Australian Aboriginal Legal Aid Service Client Services Officer This position is to be held by an Indigenous Australian We are seeking applicants for the above position. We have a team of lawyers and support staff that provide quality representation in a culturally appropriate manner to Aboriginal people in Central Australia in the area of Criminal, Civil and Family Law. The successful applicant will be expected to travel to communities serviced by CAALAS on a regular basis. Conditions Salary: ASO4 - $36,482-$39,612 plus District Allowance (Salary Sacrifice available) NTALAS AWARD & CAALAS Certified Agreement - All terms and conditions apply. For further information on this position please contact Derek Schild, Principal Legal Officer on (08) 8950 9300. For a copy of the position description and selection criteria please contact Gillian Taylor on (08) 8950 9321 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Applicants must address the Selection Criteria. Written applications must be forwarded by close of business on 1 December 2006 to: The Director Central Australian Aboriginal Legal Aid Service Inc. PO Box 1670 ALICE SPRINGS NT 0871 Indigenous people are encouraged to apply. The Central Australian Aboriginal Legal Aid Service Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. 1053551v5 Nanny/Mothers Helper Required Business owners require helper to assist in home and to help care for three girls aged 5, 3 and 1. Approximately 40 hours, Monday to Friday, with occasional weekend and evening babysitting. Live-in or out. Must have drivers licence and be non-smoker. Please post application outlining suitability to: PO Box 8072, Alice Springs, NT 0871 or phone Susan on 0438 374 309. 1036895v2 SPRINT MUFFLERS Has two positions vacant Qualified Mechanic & Exhaust Fitter / Mechanic are required for a busy workshop. Both applicants must be able to work unsupervised, have good communication skills and a drivers licence. Good working conditions available. Wages negotiable. Phone 8952 7999 or 0419 850 239 1026958v2 Security Officers Want to work at the premier entertainment venue in Alice Springs? If you have excellent presentation, outstanding customer skills and the necessary licences to work in Security / Crowd Control, we have full-time and casual positions available. Casual Security Officers are paid over $23.50 per hour. Surveillance Operator We have a rare opportunity for an experienced operator to join our Surveillance Team. To be successful for this newly created position you will have sound mathematical skills and a solid understanding of Casino Table Games or previous experience in camera surveillance. This casual position will involve shift work that includes nights and weekends. The successful applicants for these positions will be required to undergo Government probity, fingerprint and criminal history checks. We offer excellent working conditions, staff incentives, duty meals, fantastic training and long-term career prospects. Apply immediately, by emailing your details to email@example.com, or dropping in and filling out an Application for Employment form at our Hotel Casino reception. For further information contact Tim Higgins, Human Resources Manager on telephone 8950 7787. 1083123v3 Casual Support Worker & Enrolled Nurses Are you looking for work around family commitment? Lovell HCS requires dedicated workers to be part of a small team to care for the aged in the home. We offer on site training with competitive rates of pay. Please ring for a confidential chat about your experiences and availability. Telephone (08) 8953 2077. 1046661v1 A position exists at Western Diesel for a Vehicle/Car Mechanic to carry out maintenance and repair duties. The applicant will be enthusiastic, punctual, self motivated and able to build a positive customer rapport with a well established client base. Please apply in writing to: The Manager PO Box 3846 Alice Springs NT 0871 Or in person to 8-10 Cameron Street, Alice Springs or Email firstname.lastname@example.org. 1024421v2 CLEANERS, ISS Facility Services. We are seeking Cleaners to work in Alice Springs. You will need a current Police Clearance Certificate. Please ring 0409 836 636 in the first instance, or email your CV to: email@example.com 1046508V1 BUTCHER, full-time. Phone 8952 1171. 1083342V1 FAMILY-FRIENDLY restaurant is looking for a waitperson/supervisor to work 3-6 nights per week. If you have experience in using an espresso machine and love working with juniors, then you are the one for the job. Interested? Call to arrange an interview: 0438 522 651. 1026746v6
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