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Northern Territory Government gazette : no. PS33

Details:

Title

Northern Territory Government gazette : no. PS33

Creator

Northern Territory Government

Collection

Northern Territory Government Gazette - PS Series; E-Journals; PublicationNT; Northern Territory Government Gazette

Date

1997-08-19

Location

Darwin

Description

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Notes

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Language

English

Subject

Periodicals; Gazettes; Politics and government

Publisher name

Northern Territory Government

Place of publication

Darwin

Series

Northern Territory Government Gazette

Volume

no. PS33

File type

application/pdf

ISSN

0157-8332

Use

Attribution International 4.0 (CC BY 4.0)

Copyright owner

Northern Territory Government.

License

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/224096

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/684427

Page content

No. PS33, 19 August 1997 Selection Criteria: Demonstrated experience working in a cross cultural environment. Awareness of the prevailing social and cultural issues and how they affect the operation of the criminal justice system on Aboriginal people and in Aboriginal communities. Knowledge of rehabilitation resources available within Aboriginal communities and in urban areas in the Katherine region. Understanding of the operations of the criminal justice system in the NT and the role of NT Correctional Services in that system. Current driver's licence. No significant criminal record con finned by a police history and fingerprint check. Note: Job Profile and Selection Criteria can be obtained by Phoning HR Administrator on 89244156. Applications should address the Selection Criteria. Apply: NTI7. Quote Vacancy No. 15840. NORTHERN TERRITORY EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING AUTHORITY QUALITY, REGISTRATION AND ACCREDITATION UNIT Administrative Officer 6, $43845-49015, Darwin. Duties: Senior Project Officer. Provide advice to industry and the community on requirements for registration of providers and related activities. Provide advice and services to facilitate the accreditation and recognition of courses and training providers. Provide advice and services related to the introduction of national policy underpinning the National Training Framework. and to facilitate the accreditation and recognition of courses and training programs. Provide advice to clients on the NT Quality Framework for Vocational Education and Training as it relates to registered training organisations. Selection Criteria: Essential: Extensive practical, administrative and research experience in vocational education and training, public sector institutions and/or private industry. Experience in curriculum development, accreditation of courses and registration of providers. Ability to represent the views of the NT in local and national forums and present information in public. Ability to negotiate and liaise with internal and external clients. Proven ability to prepare high level reports and correspondence. Note: Applicants should address the selection criteria contained in the Job Description available from Tristian Scholz on 89995891. Apply: NT28. Quote Vacancy No. 15390. NORTHERN TERRITORY LEGAL AID COMMISSION FAMILY LAW PRACTICE Prafessional2, $39565-5007liProfessionaI3, S51775-55538, Darwin. Note: Appointment to one vacancy will be made at the Professional 2 or Professional 3 designation depending on the experience and qualifications of the successful applicant. Separate job descriptions and selection criteria for each designation are available on request. Duties: Under the direction of the Solicitor in Charge Family Law Practice: Provide clinic advice to clients in respect of family law matters; Advise and represent cliems in Family Law Matters who have been granted legal aid; Contribute to the Commission's Community Legal Education Program. Vacancies - Northern Territory 7 Selection Criteria: Applicants must be admitted to practice or entitled to admission to practice as a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory of Australia. They must be enrolled or entitled to enrolment on the roll of the High Court of Australia. Minimum 3 years post admission experience and preferable within the family law area. Strong writing and verbal skills. An ability to provide quality representation for clients before courts. Note: Full Job Description and Selection Criteria can be obtained by contacting the Recruitment Officer on 8999303l. Apply: NT9. Quote Vacancy No. 10365. PARKS AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY PARKS DIVISION, REGIONAL PARKS - KATHERINE Technical 3, $34829-39565, Borroloola. Duties: As the Senior Park Ranger, administer programs and resources in district parks and reserves, to achieve the aims and objectives of the district, region and the Parks and Wildlife Commission. Selection Criteria: Essential: A current "A" Class driver's licence or ability to obtain. First aid certificate or ability to obtain. Substantial experience in park management activities or related disciplines. Experience in working with Aboriginal communities, pastoral and tourism industry members. The ability to effectively lead a team, particularly in a remote locality. Ability to communicate effectively with various client groups and members of the pUblic. Knowledge of the issues and aspirations relating to Aboriginal people and members of the tourism industry. Desirable: Degree/Diploma in Natural Resource/Park Management or related discipline. Note: Rangers may be required to transfer to any park or reserve within the Northern Territory. The Selection Criteria and Job Profile may be obtained by Phoning the Hotline on 8999 4816. Apply: NT4. Quote Vacancy No. 4906. TERRITORY HEALTH SERVICES ALICE SPRINGS HEALTH SERVICES Administrative Officer 4, $33648-38634, Alice Springs. Duties: To be a major player in the provision of culturally appropriate services for Aboriginal patients of Alice Springs Hospital by providing a comprehensive Aboriginal interpreting and welfare service. Selection Criteria: Essential: Proficiency with the English language. An ability to read and write English. Excellent verbal communication skills. Must be able to communicate well with both Aboriginal and nonAboriginal people. Experience working with or within government agencies. Experience and knowledge of Central Australia Aboriginal Culture. Experience working within a team. Note: Applications must address the Selection Criteria contained in the Job and Person Profile available from the Recruitment Officer on 8951 5155. Apply: NT25. Quote Vacancy No. 4241. Physical 3, $24216-24927, Alice Springs. Duties: To prepare, cook, present and serve meals and food lines to Alice Springs Hospital patients and accredited clients.


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