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The Northern Territory news Sat 12 Dec 2009



The Northern Territory news Sat 12 Dec 2009

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

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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62 Northern Territory News, Saturday, December 12, 2009 www.ntnews.com.au CLASSIFIEDS 8944 9999 P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 1 2 -D E C -2 0 0 9 P A G E : 6 2 C O L O R : K 1000545v4 SEAMSTRESS/ UNIFORM ATTENDANT Do you have excellent sewing skills and enjoy working with people? We are currently seeking a Seamstress/Uniform Attendant to primarily assist with uniform dispatch and general sewing duties such as uniform alterations and repairs. Various shifts including weekend work available. SKYCITY Darwin offers excellent learning and development opportunities as well as the BEST working conditions including car parking, free meals whilst on duty and fully laundered uniforms. Apply online https://skycity.snaphire.com/ Phone: 8943 8852 Some work areas within SKYCITY Darwin are a smoking environment c240607/09 1074766v8 1010301v2 Operations Manager Serco has an exciting opportunity at the Darwin Immigration Detention Centre. To be eligible for this role you must have: Custodial Experience Certifi cate III in Security Operations Australian Citizenship The successful applicant will ideally possess the following attributes: Effective Communication and Interpersonal skills Professional presentation Demonstrated leadership qualities This position requires applicants to pass an Australian Federal Police Clearance. If you are interested in this role or to submit an application; please email us at; recruitment.nidc@serco-ap.com.au For more information on Serco, visit our website at: www.serco-ap.com.au Bringing service to life 1032615v2 www.mla.com.au H30196 Meat & Livestock Australia Limited (MLA) is a producer-owned company responsible for marketing and research activities for the Australian beef, sheepmeat and goatmeat industries. MLA adds value to this $15 billion industry through the provision and delivery of innovative services and solutions. MLA is about to open an Indonesian office and requires an enthusiastic, motivated, individual to manage MLAs animal welfare program in this market. MLAs animal welfare program plays an important part in supporting Australias live cattle trade to Indonesia. The role would be responsible for overseeing MLAs Indonesian animal welfare program by: Reviewing facilities throughout the region and delivering improvements to infrastructure. Developing and delivering training programs in animal handling and abattoir processing. Liaison with Indonesian Government, religious authorities and government and other stakeholders to introduce animal welfare initiatives and support projects for the local industry. This role may also be involved in the management of MLAs Indonesia office. The successful candidate will possess the following essential skills: Experience in managing and working with livestock, particularly beef cattle with a detailed knowledge of animal handling and management concepts and how these apply to OIE. Abattoir experience with an understanding of point of slaughter procedures and experience. An understanding of the Indonesian culture, business practices and language skills in Indonesian Bahasa preferred (not essential). This role is based in Jakarta, but would involve extensive travel throughout Indonesia and, at times, other parts of South East Asia. For a full position description please go to www.mla.com.au. To apply for this position please email your application to careers@mla.com.au Applications close 31 December 2009 Animal Welfare Manager, Indonesia The Organisation The Australian Biosecurity Intelligence Network (ABIN) is a Commonwealth Government NCRIS funded initiative contributing to provision of infrastructure for world class research by major research facilities in Australia. ABIN is being established to address one of Australias strategic infrastructure priorities the need for a Networked Biosecurity Framework. Through ABIN, Australias biosecurity research, surveillance and response capability will be strengthened by enabling researchers, industry and government to connect with each other, utilise expertise, share data, information, and generate intelligence using leading edge tools and technologies made available through ABINs online workspace. Biosecurity Surveillance Co-ordinator $110 625 inc Superannuation Reporting to the CEO, the Biosecurity Surveillance Co-ordinator will be responsible for driving development of ABINs capability in northern Australia and into the South East Asian region with particular focus on Remote Connectivity and Surveillance. In partnership with Northern Territory (NT) Department of Regional Development, Primary Industry Fisheries and Resources, Northern Australian Quarantine Strategy (NAQS), Australian Quarantine Inspection Service (AQIS) and other biosecurity stakeholders, the Biosecurity Surveillance Co-ordinator will be responsible for co-ordination of a work program that will give rise to establishment of a Virtual Centre for Remote Connectivity and Surveillance. The Centre will provide critical IT infrastructure required to underpin the activities of various surveillance operational and research activities being conducted by biosecurity stakeholders. Particular focus will be given to infrastructure to support remote surveillance activities being conducted by local communities linked to DRPIFR, AQIS and other biosecurity agencies. IT Tools that enable targeted surveillance and infrastructure to support activities of those working with Australias neighbours across South East Asia will also be particular areas of focus. The successful candidate requires a sound knowledge and experience in biosecurity surveillance, particularly in remote areas, and demonstrated effective engagement with biosecurity stakeholders across northern Australia and the South East Asian Region. Understanding of the application of IT tools for use in targeted surveillance would an advantage. Staff locality will be based in Darwin Appointment will be until December 2011 in the first instance with the option of extension pending funding availability. Selection Criteria are available from www.abin.com. Please email your address to the selection criteria and a CV to achapman@abin.org.au by COB Monday, January 4th, 2010 with interviews starting January 2010. 1004058v14

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