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The Centralian advocate Tue 28 Nov 2006

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Title

The Centralian advocate Tue 28 Nov 2006

Collection

Centralian Advocate; NewspaperNT

Date

2006-11-28

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Language

English

Subject

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

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Alice Springs

Volume

v. 60 no. 54

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/C2019C00160

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/233196

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/658437

Page content

Centralian Advocate, Tuesday, November 28, 2006 9 PU B : C A D V D A T E : 28 -N O V -2 00 6 PA G E : 9 C O L O R : C M Y K People for jobs THE most respected and longest-established recruitment business in Alice Springs is Workzone Recruitment. The Workzone Recruitment team Andrea Schwartzkopff (left), Bethany Modra, Amber Price, manager Debbie Smith and Bettina Klossner. Picture: CHLOE ERLICH It offers recruitment solutions to both employers and people looking for work. Locally-owned and operated since 1988, Workzone Recruitment provides Central Australia with a reliable, experienced and local recruitment team offering services for permanent and temporary positions in administration, finance and general labouring. Both part-time and full-time positions are available for suitably qualified and experienced job seekers with excellent work ethics and reliability. Suitable With an extensive network of local business and community contacts, Workzone Recruitment strives to meet all its clients needs by matching the most suitable candidate to fulfil the position. Manager Debbie Smith said: We provide competitive rates for our clients and aim to achieve the best results by recognising the employers individual needs when offering workplace recruitment solutions. Candidates for allWorkzone Recruitment positions complete a series of suitability tests which include extensive skills testing in specific industries or areas, reference checking and overall match for the vacancies. Temporary consultant Amber Price said: We provide temporary recruitment solutions to assist our clients with covering for annual, sick, maternity leave and busy periods. Temporary staff can be booked in advance or at short notice, although booking in advance ensures availability of the most suitable temp for the role. In filling permanent positions Workzone Recruitment uses a wide range of proven advertisingmediums, including the NT News, Centralian Advocate, Imparja, Seek and most importantly its own website www.workzone.com.au where job seekers are able to register online. Permanent consultant Andrea Schwartzkopff said: Contact and registration of candidates interested in applying for permanent positions is strictly confidential. Recently the Workzone Re cruitment team moved into new, modern premises in the Jock Nelson Building, right in the middle of town, on Hartley Street by the park opposite the courthouse. For more information on Workzone Recruitments services for employers and candidates contact the friendly team by calling 8952 4300. Director to lure flights A NEW deputy avi ation development director will start work with the Airport Development Group next month. Northern Territory Airports has announced the appointment of Jim Parashos, who will work for both the Alice Springs and Darwin airports. He will be responsible for marketing, building andmanaging relationships and identifying future business opportunities. Mr Parashos will also help ADG attract new air services to the Territory while supporting existing services. Call is out for carers FAMILY and Community Services has launched a campaign to recruit Territorians interested in becoming foster carers. MinisterDeliaLawrie said carers can volunteer full-time, part-time or just for occasional periods. To find out more information, people can call 1800 814 599 or visit www.nt.gov.au/fostercare Development delayed by Govt policy: Brown By REBECCA LOLLBACK Pat Brown at the land he and his father Jim want to develop as White Gums. THE Northern Territory Government has been accused of stifling development in Alice Springs. Developer JimBrown and his son Patrick have had an application to develop land at White Gums Station southwest of Heavitree Gap. They said thegovernment had a strangulation policy of preventing growth. After talks with Planning and Lands Minister Delia Lawrie, Jim Brown said it was clear the government would not allow the release of more building blocks. Reason He said the reason was because of fears it does not have the infrastructure in place for increased water and power. Mr Brown said: The Government is to continue its policy of not allocating money for infrastructure in Central Australia. It is determined that there can be only one growth area in the Northern Territory and that is called Darwin. Patrick Brown said: At the moment the government just doesnt want to spend money in Alice Springs. But Ms Lawrie denied the NT Government had a plan to stop development in the Alice Springs area for 18 months. She said: Each development proposal goes through normal processes and is judged on individual merit. Government wants to see sustainable development and growth in the Territory. Power andWater Corporations regional manager Alan Whyte said it was the responsibility of individual developers to provide infrastructure needed for their development. He said: Developers are required to put in the infrastructure to support their subdivision. This is then gifted to Power and Water to maintain.


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