The Northern Territory news Sat 23 Jan 2010
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60 Northern Territory News, Saturday, January 23, 2010 www.ntnews.com.au CLASSIFIEDS 8944 9999 P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 2 3 -J A N -2 0 1 0 P A G E : 6 0 C O L O R : K 1061813v3 One APS Career..... Thousands of Opportunities Please note: To be eligible for employment with the department, applicants must be Australian citizens. No two people are the same and no two jobs are the same - we value diversity. Information about the department and additional employment opportunities can be viewed via the internet address: www.environment.gov.au Parks Australia Kakadu National Park SENIOR PERMITS OFFICER (COMPLIANCE) APS Level 4 12 month Non-ongoing Vacancy Reference: PN 6147 Salary range $55,477 - $59,472 plus allowances This exciting position provides an excellent opportunity to contribute to the jointly managed World Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park. If you are seeking to make a difference in a new position that supports the interests of the park we invite your application. As part of an energetic team providing services to our visitors and tourism operators the successful candidate will lead a small team in the implementation of the visitor management program to facilitate compliance with park entry requirements. You will be out in the park engaging with our diverse local, interstate and international visitors at iconic sites and other locations and will enjoy the opportunity to draw on your broad cultural awareness in a dynamic cross cultural and joint management environment. Selection documentation may be obtained by telephoning Felicity Rose on (08) 8938 1102; email email@example.com or via the Internet at http://www.environment.gov.au/jobs/opportunities/index.html Further information about the position may be obtained from Shannon Murray (08) 8938 1170. Applications must be received by COB 15 February 2010. COMPLIANCE AND PERMITS OFFICER APS Level 3 (Non-ongoing vacancy for a period of 6 months) Reference: PN 6187 Salary range $49,289 $54,206 plus allowances This position provides an opportunity to contribute to the jointly managed World Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park, as part of an energetic team providing services to visitors and the tourism industry to the park. The purpose of the position is to implement the visitor management program to facilitate compliance with park entry requirements. In this position you will be out in the park at iconic sites and other locations, as you engage with a range of interstate and international visitors. The successful candidate will draw on their broad cultural awareness to work successfully in a dynamic cross cultural and joint management environment. This position is identifi ed. As an identifi ed position is one in which part or all of the duties involve interaction with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people including service delivery. Selection documentation may be obtained by telephoning Felicity Rose on (08) 8938 1102; email firstname.lastname@example.org or via the Internet at http://www.environment.gov.au/jobs/opportunities/index.html Further information about the position may be obtained from Shannon Murray on (08) 8938 1170. Applications must be received by COB 15 February 2009. SEASONAL INTERPRETATION RANGERS APS Level 1/2 (Non-ongoing vacancies for an initial period of 5 months with a possible extension up to 8 months) Reference: Several Salary $37,778- $44,994 plus allowances Join us in this exciting opportunity to contribute to the visitor experience in Kakadu National Park, our World Heritage listed and joint managed park, by promoting its unique cultural and natural values. The Kakadu Tourism and Visitor Services team deliver a range of interpretive programs and material and supports visitor and tourism activities across the park. As part of this energetic and enthusiastic team you will prepare and deliver programs to Kakadus culturally diverse visitors at key outdoor locations across the park. You will be presenting talks, walks, slide shows and cultural activities out in the fi eld and participate in schools programs, community and festival activities. You will contribute to the visitor experience through the provision of information and by increasing visitor safety awareness. The successful applicant will possess broad cultural awareness, be able to work independently, have excellent communication skills, be organised and have good time and records management skills. This position is identifi ed. An identifi ed position is one in which part or all of the duties involve interaction with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people including service delivery. Selection documentation may be obtained from Felicity Rose on (08) 8938 1102, email email@example.com, or via the Internet at http://www.environment.gov.au/jobs/opportunities/index.html Further information about the position may be obtained from Linda Fejo (08) 8938 1156. Applications must be received by COB 8 February 2009. adcorp20187 1078311v2 SALES PROFESSIONAL REQUIRED Kerry Mazda are currently seeking a SALES PROFESIONAL. No previous car sales experience necessary, sales experience is necessary. If you are serious about having fun and Making money then this job is for you. The successful applicant must have the Desire achieve their goals, Be mature in nature, Well groomed, possess good communication Skills, have a current Driver's License and The ability to learn quickly. Full training is provided. Further details are available by phoning Michael Lay on 8980 5500/Fax 89808091 Please lodge your interest as early as Possible as positions fill quickly. Email resume to Michael Lay at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to GPO Box 339, Darwin NT 0801 LMVD 033 c 3 0 0 6 0 8 / 1 0 1005168v2 Working with Indigenous people for Indigenous people Aboriginal Hostels Limited improves Indigenous quality of life through the delivery of hostel accommodation to enable access to education, employment, health and other services. Conditions of Employment The successful applicant is required to be an Australian citizen and to satisfactorily complete a medical assessment and police records check. A probationary period applies. This is an identi ed position. One APS Career ... Thousands of Opportunities www.ahl.gov.au adcorp20098 Domestic Darwin Nagandji Nagandji-Ba Hostel APS Level 1 $349.49 - $401.02 per week, plus superannuation Duties Part time 24 hours per week Ensure that a high level of cleanliness is maintained throughout all areas of the hostel Preparation of all rooms Stock control of all linen including the changing and washing Food preparation, cooking and service Want to know more? Contact Adrian Warcon on 08 8985 1548. Application Documents From our website or telephone Marie McGorm on 08 8981 4388. How to Apply Send your written application addressing the selection criteria to Regional Manager, Aboriginal Hostels Limited, PO Box 3820 Darwin NT 0801. Closing date By 5pm 5 February 2010. This is a Medical Transient (Renal Dialysis) hostel. 1009354v3 BUSINESS SUPPORT DARWIN NT Part Time 15-20 Hours Per Week We are looking for an energetic, bright Administration Assistant who has close attention to detail and a proven ability to work independently. Responsibilities will include: Administration support for a team of health professionals General clerical and management of computer based systems Reception and Customer Service Experience in medical reception and terminology is an advantage but not essential. We also desire a person with high levels of motivation, integrity and initiative. Please contact Work Solutions on (08) 8901 3111 for more information or email resume to email@example.com 1083381v7
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