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The Northern Territory news Sat 23 Jan 2010

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Title

The Northern Territory news Sat 23 Jan 2010

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NT news

Collection

The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

Date

2010-01-23

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English

Subject

Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin; Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin

Publisher name

Nationwide News Pty. Limited

Place of publication

Darwin

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application/pdf

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Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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https://www.legislation.gov.au/Series/C1968A00063

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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/216878

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https://hdl.handle.net/10070/708759

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CLASSIFIEDS 8944 9999 www.ntnews.com.au Northern Territory News, Saturday, January 23, 2010 61 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 1 C O L O R : C M Y K 1055050v4 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply TRADESMEN WANTED EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Batchelor Institute is calling for expressions of interest from professional, reliable contractors to perform quality work throughout the year at its study centers all over the Territory. Particularly seeking carpenters, electricians, plumbers, painters, landscapers, and airconditioning, glass and pest control contractors. For further information or to submit an expression of interest, please contact Jerry Pena on 8939 7382 or email jerry.pena@batchelor.edu.au Expressions of interest must cover your experience, qualifications, past projects and specific expertise and must be lodged by Monday 1st February. c 3 0 0 6 1 0 / 1 0 Remote Community Store Managers Do you have Remote Community Store Experience? Are you ready for a challenge to work with a community to deliver a continuous improvement and community development program? A Remote Community Store in Central Australia is looking for an experienced management couple to manage their store. You would have a proven track record in: Food retail store operations and management Ability to engage and work respectfully with the community and staff Knowledge and delivery of key aspects of Food Security including nutrition Provision of services including Income Management Effectively and efficiently operate the store for long term viability Implementing and maintaining all store policies and procedures Adherence to regulatory and other compliance requirements Customer service ability Your personal values and attributes would include: Respectful Patience Resilient Strong focus on collaboration Excellent time management and organisational skills Good negotiation skills Willingness to undertake a learning pathway for self improvement If you believe you meet these skills and attributes we are interested in hearing from you. An attractive package of remuneration, housing and vehicle will be negotiated with the successful applicants. Please apply in writing to: The Recruitment Consultant GPO Box 1468 Darwin NT 0801 Applications close, Friday 12 February 2010. 1072111v5 1046058v2 Shift Operator PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY LIFESTYLE FRIENDLY ROSTER DARWIN Northern Cement is the leading supplier of cement and quicklime to the Territorys mining, agriculture and construction industries. In the Territory we have two plants for the grinding of cement clinker and the manufacture of quicklime. The Darwin plant has a capacity to produce 250,000t cement per annum and includes raw materials handling, cement grinding, storage silos, bagging plant and dispatch facilities. The Mataranka lime operation includes a quarry-situated 30kms to the east, producing up to 90,000 tonnes of crushed limestone. Based at the Cement Grinding facility located at East Arm, approximately 20 minutes from the centre of Darwin, an opportunity exists for a team-oriented and pro-active Shift Operator. The shift operator is a permanent shift role, with well-compensated overtime. You will report to the Plant Supervisor and you will work mostly unsupervised, in pairs. Some of your duties as Shift Operator may include: The operations of the loading system (Clinker and Limestone) Loading of bulk products Working with stockpiles to ensure continuous supply to the mill Conducting quality assurance processes within a Laboratory environment. Understanding and providing assistance to transport operators with regards to products and loading systems. There will be some autonomy in making decisions to ensure good plant availability, output and quality. Due to the independent nature of the role we are looking for candidates who have demonstrated in previous work experience: A high commitment to safety An Understanding of quality management A high work ethic Initiative Mechanical aptitude. The successful candidate ideally will have a forklift ticket, front end loader competency and have had experience in the mining or heavy manufacturing industry. If this job sounds like you or someone you know, please apply online at http://adbri.bigredsky.com by Monday 25th January 2010. One of Australias largest manufacturers of cement and quicklime and an equal opportunity employer. ALLTOOLS Require a Full Time REPAIR TECHNICIAN Fully Qualified Electrical Technician to repair all tools and light machinery Current manual motor vehicle licence Good communication and organisational skills Some computer knowledge Send application with resume to: Human Resource Manager PO Box 36720, Winnellie NT 0821 or email to: admin@alltoolsnt.com.au to be received no later than Wednesday 27th January 2010 1058310v3 1081033v8 CASUAL PROMOTIONAL STAFF NEEDED Suntory (Aust) Pty Ltd is part of the global Suntory International Liquor division. We have a portfolio of high profile premium spirits and liqueurs such as Midori, Glenfiddich, Frangelico, and Jagermeister. Last year also saw further enhancement of our portfolio with the inclusion of Remy-Cointreau. We are seeking reliable and motivated casual staff to be available for work commencing early February 2010. Reporting to the On/Off Premise Representative located in Darwin, you will be required to attend promotional activities planned during the year. You will also be required to complete some paperwork in association with these promotions. Appropriate training and uniforms will be provided. Previous promotional experience in the liquor industry would be ideal, however not essential. You must possess a car and a current driver's license is essential. If you believe you possess the necessary skill base and would like to be part of an exciting company, please forward your resume to: Marie-Claire Piga General Manager, Human Resources Suntory (Aust) Pty Ltd 34 Rosebery Avenue ROSEBERY NSW 2018 careers@suntory.com.au c300612/10 North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency NAAJA is the legal aid provider for Indigenous people in the Top End of the Northern Territory. With offices in Darwin, Katherine and Nhulunbuy providing a quality legal service, we are considered the pre-eminent Indigenous legal aid provider in Australia dedicated to providing the best representation for our clients and bringing about long term change in the justice system through law reform and education. NAAJA has an excellent reputation for providing high quality legal services. We have a very happy, highly motivated criminal team and plenty of fascinating legal cases. EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT NAAJA currently has a vacancy for an Executive Assistant in our Darwin Office. The successful applicants will provide administrative support to the Executive Officers of the organisation including the Chief Executive Officer, the Principal Legal Officer and the Executive Officer - Finance. These tasks will include, arranging appointments, preparation of documents and correspondence, organising Staff Meetings, Management Meetings, Board Meetings, Annual General Meetings and Special General Meetings, and perform the duties of Minute Taker. They will also be the initial contact between the organisation and the Media. Part of the role is to help prepare media releases, speeches, background briefings and staff newsletters. It also involves liaison with the media including setting up media conferences, and briefing the Chairman, CEO and PLO as to the relevance and impact of particular media issues. The position requires a multi-skilled, self-motivated person who possesses excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. Occasional travel to remote communities by light aircraft and/or road that will require overnight stays may be required. PA/LEGAL SECRETARY NAAJA currently has a vacancy for a Criminal Secretary at our Darwin Office. The successful applicant will provide efficient and confidential secretarial support to the solicitors within the Criminal Law Section of NAAJA as well as administration and other office duties as required. The successful applicant will have good administrative skills and a basic understanding of the law although training will be provided in legal instruction taking and office systems particular to the position. Successful applicantS will have a demonstrated empathy and sensitivity to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, history and culture. A competitive salary package is offered, with fringe benefits and annual airfare allowance. Interested parties are invited to obtain an information package by contacting Glenn Miller on (08) 8982 5100 or glenn.miller@naaja.org.au Applications marked Private & Confidential, should be forwarded by COB 12 February 2010 to: Glenn Miller, Corporate Services Manager, GPO Box 1064, Darwin NT 0801. Phone (08) 8982 5100, Email: glenn.miller@naaja.org.au www.naaja.org.au Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply 1090676v3 1083364v2