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Government Engagement Coordinator (GEC)
Division: PM&C Regional Network
Employment Type: Ongoing, Full-time
Classification: Executive Level 1
Salary Range: $96,266 to $105,362
About the Job
The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C) has a number of current
vacancies for Government Engagement Coordinators (GECs) in the Regional
Network across locations in the Northern Territory.
A key part of the government’s commitment in the new Regional model is to
establish and maintain a remote presence and a footprint in remote communities.
The Northern Territory Office employs Remote Engagement staff consisting of
Indigenous Engagement Officers (IEOs) and Government Engagement Coordinators
(GECs) who work as part of the Regional office for that region. IEO and GEC
positions are embedded in remote communities across the Northern Territory.
Government Engagement Coordinators harness the use of Indigenous Engagement
Officers knowledge of the community and language to help government understand
local issues, communicate government priorities and to make sure community
feedback is heard. They work closely with Aboriginal community members where they
reside, nearby communities and homelands. Government Engagement Coordinators
manage and support the development of Indigenous Engagement Officers.
Vacancies currently exist in Gunbalanya, Maningrida, Wadeye, Bulla, Bulman,
Lajamanu, Kalkarindji, Numbulwar, Umbakumba, Yirrkala, Ampilatwatja,
Wutunungurra, Elliott, Santa Teresa, Ti Tree, & Papunya.
For further information on these vacancies, including how to apply, please visit our
Careers website: http://careers.pmc.gov.au/
Greg Broadfoot – Senior Advisor, Northern Territory Office
Ph (08) 8928 6147
CENTRAL AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL LEGAL AID SERVICE
Expressions of Interest
Election to the CAALAS Board
The Chairman and Board Members invite interested persons to nominate for election at the
forthcoming Annual General Meeting to fill 4 up-coming vacancies on the CAALAS Board.
If you are an Aboriginal person and
you are 18 years or older, and
you have lived in Central Australia (including the Barkly Region) for the past 12 months •
ordinarily resident in Central Australia, and
you are of good character, and
you have leadership qualities and a demonstrated commitment to Aboriginal advancement
through the application of best-practice principles to organizational governance, and
you have an understanding of the goals and objectives of CAALAS with an appreciation of
the need for confidentiality in the context of providing legal services to our clients,
have attended the Annual General Meeting immediately prior to the Annual General Meeting
at which they seek to be elected;
have a demonstrable knowledge and commitment to best-practice organisational
governance within an NGO setting; and
have a good understanding of the relevance of issues of confidentiality within the operation
of a legal service.
then you are eligible to be a candidate for election, and the Chairman and Board of CAALAS urges
you to submit your expression of interest for this challenging and rewarding role.
Expressions of interest must be in writing addressed to the Chairman, briefly setting out your
background, particularly with regard to the above criteria. Please include your contact details and
telephone number(s) and send to:
Central Australian Aboriginal Legal Aid Service
PO Box 1670
ALICE SPRINGS NT 0871
to reach us by close of business on Friday 9th January, 2015. All correspondence will be
treated as confidential.
Phone (08) 8962 1040 Fax (08) 8962 1369 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone 8962 1040
Fax 8962 1369
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Bush Tucker Trail Rides
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Phone: 08 89 622045 or 0427824191
Sunday 16 November 2014
2pm at the
Tennant Creek Memorial Club*
* Members and bona fide guests only.
WHITE RIBBON DAY 2014
CAWLS is a free legal service for all
women in Central Australia.
CAWLS is visiting Tennant
Creek from Monday 17th to
Wednesday 19th November 2014.
We will be at the NTLAC Office at 163 Paterson St.
Our freecall is 1800 684 055
to make an appointment.
Industrial sheds plus accommodation
18 Scott Street, Tennant Creek, NT 0860
Floor Area: 300 m2 Land Area: 1000m2 (approx)
Property Description: Two large sheds and a one
bedroom demountable. Great value in this all in
one package. The main shed, which includes a
mechanics inspection pit, is 10 x 14 m. This shed
also incorporates an office. The second shed is
accessible from the rear laneway and is 10 x 12m.
Both sheds have 3 phase power. The one bedroom
demountable has its own access gate, as well as
access from the yard.
13 Bornite Street
Three bedroom home.
Currently rented for $400 p/w.
Fully Renovated. New kitchen, windows & splits
Carport, private back verandah, secure yard.
All reasonable offers considered.
For inspections, phone Liam McKelvey:
0417 813 497
HOUSE FOR RENT. 3 Wolseley St.
Newly Renovated Home with 3 Bedrooms
and 1 Bathroom. Refrigerated Airconditioning
throughout. Undercover Parking and
Expansive Outdoor Living. $450 per week.
Enquiries please call Paul on 0428 724 325.
HOUSE FOR LEASE/RENT: 13 Bornite
Street Recently refurbished. 3 Bedrooms.
Fully Airconditioned. Built-in Wardrobes.
Yard fully secured. Phone: Liam McKelvey
0417 813 497.
Tidy 3 bedroom house
14 Wolseley St, Tennant Creek
• King-size yard • New split air-con
• Gas cooking • U/C parking
$400 per week.
Please contact Andrews Property on
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PLEASE CALL: 0437 021 569
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