Territory Stories

The Northern Territory news Sat 30 May 2020

Details:

Title

The Northern Territory news Sat 30 May 2020

Other title

NT news

Collection

The Northern Territory news; NewspaperNT

Date

2020-05-30

Language

English

Subject

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

Publisher name

News Corp Australia

Place of publication

Darwin

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright. Made available by the publisher under licence.

Copyright owner

News Corp Australia

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/802433

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/802970

Page content

38 CLASSIFIEDS SATURDAY MAY 30 2020 NTNE01Z01MA - V1 L o v e y o u r w o rk ! Recruiting? Call 13 11 13 TANGENTYERE COUNCIL ALICE SPRINGS Tangentyere Council Aboriginal Corporation is a community controlled Public Benevolent Institution delivering human services and social enterprise activities for the benefit of Aboriginal people from the Alice Springs Town Camps and Central Australia. First incorporated in 1979, the organisation was a finalist in the 2016 Reconciliation Australia Indigenous Governance Awards and is one of the 15-20 biggest Aboriginal Corporations in Australia. The Council has the following vacancy: The Council offers 6 Weeks Annual Leave & Attractive Remote Area Salary Packaging. INTENSIVE FAMILY AND PARENTING SERVICE COORDINATOR Level 7 ($92,150) per annum This position is focused on the provision of high level support, supervision and co-ordination to the CFK Intensive Family Preservation Service (IFPS) program, and will require high levels of communication and engagement with the Department of Territory Families (TF). It requires both extensive understanding and experience of the Child Protection system including relevant legislation, strong supervisory and communication skills, and high level case management knowledge. CHILD AND FAMILY PRACTITIONER - IFPS Level 4/5 ($68,853 - $78,185) per annum (depending on qualifications/experience) The Child and Family Practitioner will collaborate with the family and other stakeholders to develop and implement a case plan aimed at addressing barriers to change, and use strong case management skills to support the family to build their capacity to care for their children through the provision of significant outreach support and advocacy. The CFK IFPS has a very strong commitment to cultural safety in its practice. This position reports to the IFPS Coordinator and is supported with professional supervision. For more information see: www.tangentyere.org.au/employment TANGENTYERE COUNCIL ALICE SPRINGS Tangentyere Council Aboriginal Corporation is a community controlled Public Benevolent Institution delivering human services and social enterprise activities for the benefit of Aboriginal people from the Alice Springs Town Camps and Central Australia. First incorporated in 1979, the organisation was a finalist in the 2016 Reconciliation Australia Indigenous Governance Awards and is one of the 15-20 biggest Aboriginal Corporations in Australia. The Council has the following vacancy: QUALITY COORDINATOR Level 7 ($92,150 per annum/pro rata) Based in Alice Springs Remote Area Salary Packaging 6 weeks Annual Leave This position will be reporting into the CHRO, the role of Quality Coordinator will be to guide and support the Board, executive and staff to create a consistently high quality and safe experience for our staff and those who use our services. You will play a key role in providing quality services in line with program aims, funding guidelines and the vision and values of Tangentyere Council.. You will support the provision of quality, accreditation, risk and compliance management systems, develop and manage operational policies and procedures and work with internal and external stakeholders to enable client engagement and participation. For more information see: www.tangentyere.org.au/employment NT Stolen Generations Aboriginal Corporation Link Up Counsellor $70,000.00 p.a. Our organisation is seeking to employ a qualified and motivated person to work as part of a team which assists NT Stolen Generations peoples through the Top End Link Up Programme. An initial 3 month contract will be offered with the possibility of an extension. Contact Tyron Major on 8947 9171 or tyron@ntsgac.org for a copy of the Selection Criteria and Job Description. Applications to be submitted by 4.00 pm on Friday 12 June 2020 to CEO, NT Stolen Generations Aboriginal Corporation, PO Box 43372 Casuarina NT 0811 Indigenous people are encouraged to apply. ICN 8589 TEAM LEADER DAIWS is currently seeking an experienced full time Team Leader to effectively manage and co-ordinate the Critical Intervention Outreach Service Program and the Indigenous Womens Outreach Program. For a copy of the duty statement and selection criteria please contact Kathie Bobongie on 08 89454014 or via email: Kathleen.Bobongie@Daiws.org.au Applications close on Wednesday 10th June 2020 ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER WOMEN ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY ICN 8589 CHILDRENS SUPPORT WORKER DAIWS is currently seeking an experienced full time Childrens Support Worker to work directly with the children in the DV Crisis Centre For a copy of the duty statement and selection criteria, please contact Kathie Bobongie on 08 89454014 or via email: : Kathleen.Bobongie@Daiws.org.au Applications close on Wednesday 10th June 2020 ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER WOMEN ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY Community Services & Development Jobs MECHANICAL SERVICES OFFICER Warddeken Land Management Ltd are seeking the fulltime services of a qualified mechanic to assist our organization in managing the 14,000 square kilometer Warddeken Indigenous Protected Area. Whilst this region is very remote, conditions are excellent with a well-equipped workshop and all tools supplied. Day to day works include the maintenance of a variety of plant and equipment. This will regularly include the unique challenge of operating in highly remote places to effect field repairs and recoveries. For the right candidate, this is an opportunity to work with an amazing team of incredibly hard-working people in one of Australias most spectacular regions. Naturally, qualifications or relevant experience in the repair and maintenance of a wide range of plant and equipment are essential. Equally important however is a willingness to undertake a very broad range of additional land management works out in the bush, side by side with Indigenous rangers. This position will involve a significant amount of travel within the Warddeken IPA and will require the successful applicant to live and work in an extraordinarily remote and beautiful place. For detailed position descriptions including salary package and selection criteria please email: recruitment@warddeken.org.au Applications close Midday CST, Wednesday the 10th of June 2020. F in d q u a li ty a p p li c a n ts C a ll 1 3 1 1 13 Find quality candidates Call 13 11 13 A tt ra c t e x c e p ti o n a l c a n d id a te s