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Apply now at abs.gov.au/careers
More information is available from the ABS website.
Up to 38,000 opportunities to make a difference...
August 9 is Census night, and the Australian Bureau of Statistics is seeking up to
38,000 motivated and community minded Field Officers to join our team and play a
role in shaping the future of Australia.
Field Officers are:
Non-office based positions, requiring travel
Casual positions with flexible working hours, including some evening and
As a Field Officer, you will:
Undertake a range of procedural, operational and administrative duties
Have to read and navigate maps
Be self-motivated, able to work autonomously and make decisions independently
Earn $21.61 per hour (inclusive of 25% loading).
As a Field Officer, you must:
Know your local community
Be of reasonable fitness
Have a current driver’s licence and access to a vehicle
Have a home computer with internet access and be comfortable using a mobile
or tablet device
Comply with ABS work health and safety policies
Be an Australian citizen or have the legal right to work in Australia.
A Census Field Officer’s duties may var y, depending on their assigned area. Job
seekers from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
WE’RE LOOKING FOR A
We are seeking a motivated and
enthusiastic Program Coordinator on
a permanent, full-time basis with a
focus on enhancing the lives of people
living with a disability in Tennant
Creek. The successful candidate will
demonstrate solid experience in a
similar position, particularly working
in a leadership / management role.
ABOUT LIFE WITHOUT
Our purpose is to create opportunities
for our clients, communities, and for
our team members. And maybe, in
this case, for you.
Yes, we have high expectations but in
return, we’ll give you opportunities to
be part of a growing and vital
organisation. We’ll give you the
chance to do work that makes a
difference in your community.
Visit www.lwb.org.au to apply, or for
more information contact
At Life Without Barriers we all share
the responsibility for child safety.
22 MAY 2016.
HOUSE AVAILABLE FOR RENT. 3
bedroom. Air-conditioning. $380/week. Call
0432 738 740.
DEPARTMENT OF LAND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Review of the Western Davenport Water Allocation Plan
In accordance with the Water Act, the Western Davenport Water Allocation
Plan is under review.
A session is being held to provide information and seek your feedback on the
development of a revised plan.
The session will be held on Monday 23 May at 3:00pm, at the Regional
Training Centre (65 Staunton St, Tennant Creek).
To RSVP or discuss the review, please contact the Water Planner at
firstname.lastname@example.org or (08) 8999 4830.
REGIONAL JOB OPPORTUNITIES
The Barkly Regional Council is currently recruiting for the following full-time positions.
l Library Coordinator (Tennant Creek)
l Finance Officer - Rates (Tennant Creek)
l Essential Services Officer (Alpurrurulam)
l Community Care Coordinator (Alpurrurulam)
l Director Community Services (Tennant Creek)
l Regional Night Patrol Manager (Tennant Creek)
l Essential Services Works Supervisor (Ali Curung)
Barkly Regional Council is seeking individuals with a high degree of initiative and
enthusiasm to take on these roles. Generous salary sacrificing options are available.
Please refer to www.barkly.nt.gov.au/careers for more information, position
descriptions, and when the ad for each position closes.
Applicants must address the selection criteria and
forward applications to email@example.com
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are strongly encouraged to apply.
Traffic Management Study –
Barkly Region, Northern Territory
Contact: Narayan Subedi on (08) 8962 0030
Closing Date: 27 May 2016 at 4pm (CST)
Contractors wishing to respond to this
tender will find the full details including
contacts at the URL below.
Jobs advertised weekly in the
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