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OVER the past month Julalikari’s Nyinnka Nyunyu Arts Centre has been a
hive of activity.
New Gallery and Museum Curator, Fiona Hamilton has been overseeing
renovations, including new lighting installation, painting and commercial
Fiona has also been cataloguing and storing hundreds of art pieces in
preparation for display in the gallery and sale in the refurbished Gallery
Julalikari’s Nyinnka Nyunyu Arts Centre is working towards repositioning
itself within the Northern Territory and national arts community to support
new and exciting arts projects and opportunities for Barkly Aboriginal artists.
The Café has also been under refurbishment with the installation of
new outdoor seating, kitchen and coffee making equipment, new air –
conditioners and a general facelift of the facility.
The Café is to become a work experience CDP activity where participants
can be trained and build careers in hospitality.
CDP participants will soon be able to learn food preparation, Barista
Training and customer service and gain great skills enabling them to enter
Julalikari Council Aboriginal Corporation is currently recruiting for:
We are seeking an Executive Assistant to provide high level
administrative and secretarial support to the Chief
Executive Officer and Executive Management team of
Julalikari. Other responsibilities will include, but are not
• Maintain CEO diary and appointment schedule by
planning and scheduling meetings, conferences
• In the CEO’s absence, manage incoming
• Ensure that all reports, business papers and
correspondence are filed and CEO is appropriately
prepared with all documents prior to meetings.
• Prepare board agenda papers, take minutes and
draft action lists and coordinate follow up from
• Organise JCAC and staff events as requested.
CORPORATE SERVICES SUPPORT OFFICER
Two Fulltime Positions
The Corporate Services Support Officer has a vital role in
providing general and corporate administrative support within
the Corporate Services team. The role is varied and ensures
that corporate services operations function efficiently and
The Support Officer will coordinate Corporate Service support
to ensure all divisions of Julalikari operate to maximum
efficiency in such matters such as:
• Human Resources
• Information Technology
• Asset Management
• Health, Safety and Environment System
• Property and Building Management
SAFETY AND ASSET MANAGER
This position is responsible for providing operational and
advisory support to the organisation in the
implementation, management and evaluation of the
integrated Quality Management System, Risk Management
processes and Health, Safety and Environmental Program
The position includes the implementation and maintenance
of safety and quality plans and procedures that allow the
organisation to respond to industry standards, relevant
legislation and current best practice.
The position is also responsible for managing and
maintaining physical and portable assets to ensure they
meet legislative requirements, our asset management
obligations and, policy and procedures.
HOW TO APPLY
Position description enquires and applications containing a
resume and cover letter outlining your experience are to be
directed to Janis Whittard via email@example.com
or on (08) 8962 2699.
Applications close on Tuesday 8th August 2017
Stories from Julalikari
PRESENTLY, there is a number of women creating art at the new Gallery
Art Shop in Paterson Street Tennant Creek.
They are working on small canvasses and other creative items like book
marks and colourful dot work covering tobacco tins.
The MAPU yard, on the corner of Udall and Brown Street in Tennant Creek
is again becoming a centre for CDP training activities.
Along with the mechanics workshop, a range of new activities are
underway including furniture making, a stores and warehouse and a men’s
Leading the men’s painting activity is Rupert Betheras, Contempory Artist
and former footballer for Collingwood.
Rupert has been working with local men in the Barkly for some time and is
now working alongside local artists at Julalikari’s MAPU yard.
His art practice is exploratory and he works with local men to develop their
ideas and painting techniques.
The art group also explores new mediums to paint on. Not being
constrained to just canvas – sometimes using what is at hand to paint as
alternatives to canvas like recycled wood, blackboards or remnants from the
environment around them.
Julalikari is one of Australia’s largest Aboriginal Corporations, bringing a range of community
services and businesses to the Barkly Region. Julalikari is owned and controlled by the Aboriginal people of the Barkly.
The arts at Julalikari
Creating art in Tennant Creek
health science centre
secures funding deal
A CENTRAL Australian health science centre
has secured funding for three years that will
enable it to continue research into Aboriginal
and remote health.
The funding will allow the Central Australia Academic
Health Science Centre to continue working in areas
such as the endemic HTLV-1 infection which has a high
prevalence in remote Central Australian communities,
having been first identified here in 1988.
The retrovirus weakens immune response and is con-
tributes to health problems such as chronic lung disease
and associated infections including strongyloides and
The organisation also explores the complex interplay
between communicable and chronic disease as well as
exploring the capacity of the primary health care sector
to reduce avoidable hospitalisations.
Chairperson of CAAHSC, John Paterson, welcomed
the funding provided Federal Health Minister Greg
He said research projects that would be supported
would emphasise those based on community need and
initiative especially as expressed by Aboriginal partner
“We will focus on comprehensive approaches to
consultation and participation in the ethical design of
research projects, the carriage of research and the rapid
implementation of positive research results,” he said.
To get ready for our April school Holiday event
Barkly Regional Arts are providing young people, age 10-17, with FREE music les-
sons. Each Monday, 3-5pm at Barkly Regional Arts. Finishes April 14th.
We can only have a maximum of 10 people attending. This ensures everyone has
attention and can be looked after. Please book ahead each week.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 08 8962 2799
Music teachers are Rachel Pelser and Warren H Williams. Young people can learn key-
boards, guitar, bass, drums or vocals. They will learn one song each week.
PHONE NUMBER: _________________________ AGE: ________
PARENT/GUARDIAN NAME: _____________________________
CONTACT NUMBER: ____________________________________
CATERGORY ENTERING IN (Please Circle): VOCAL ACOUSTIC
GUITAR ELECTRIC GUITAR BASS GUITAR KEYBOARD DRUMS
RAPS & BEATS DANCE BAND CLASSICAL INSTRUMENTS
SONG TITLE: _________________________________________________
WOULD YOU LIKE TO ALSO ENROL IN THE ‘ROCK WITH THE DOC’ SCHOOL HOLI-
DAY WORKSHOP WEEK? This gives you the chance to practice your song.
Workshop dates and times: Monday April 16th- Friday April 20th, 6pm-8pm
PARENT/GUARDIAN SIGNATURE: ____________________________________
Please drop this form into Barkly Regional Arts at 65 Staunton Street,
Tennant Creek or email to email@example.com
BARKLY BEATS SIGN UP FORM
TERRITORIANS are invited
to comment on the Container
Deposit Scheme (CDS) that
provides a ten-cent refund on
approved beverage contain-
Rolled out six-years ago, funds
from the CDS provide financial
boosts to schools and community
Now Territorians are being asked
to participate in a survey so the
Department of Environment and
Natural Resources (DENR) survey
to provide feedback on the scheme
and contribute to improvements in
DENR Environmental Authorisa-
tions acting director, Leoni Cooper,
said the CDS had delivered many
benefits to the Territory community
and had increased recycling rates
and reduced litter in the environ-
“More than 90 million containers
were collected at depots last finan-
cial year, the most collected in any
12-month period since the scheme
began,” she said.
“Collection depots paid out more
than $9 million to Territorians dur-
ing this time and this further dem-
onstrates that Territorians continue
to support the CDS.
Ms Cooper said CDS infrastructure
grants had provided businesses and
organisations with one-of funding
to purchase equipment or infrastruc-
ture for projects that aim to improve
public access across the Northern
To complete the survey visit denr.
nt.gov.au/cdsreview. It is confiden-
tial, anonymous and takes about 10
minutes to complete.
Container Deposit Scheme
now open for discussion
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