Home' Tennant and District Times : 2018-0413 TDT Contents 10 TENNANT AND DISTRICT TIMES FRIDAY 13 APRIL 2018
Phone (08) 8962 1040 Fax (08) 8962 1369 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
REGIONAL LAND MANAGEMENT OFFICER – LM023 - TENNANT CREEK
CL 5 – CL 6 (Commencing $69,070 progressing to $85,695)
Based in Tennant Creek, this role is to represent the aspirations of traditional owners for the use and management of their
land in designated CLC sub-regions and oversee responses to identified natural resource management and sustainable land
use issues affecting their interests. The successful applicant will have relevant tertiary qualifications and demonstrated
professional competence in land use planning, natural resource management, sustainable land use and management, ecology,
environmental science or related fields. Experience in community-based planning, strong cross-cultural awareness, good
interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with Aboriginal people is essential.
INFORMATION SERVICES OFFICER (PRESERVATION) – IS003 – ALICE SPRINGS
CL 4 (Commencing $61,924 progressing to $67,239)
Flexible hours (min 30 hours per week)
Based in Alice Springs, this role is to ensure the efficient and effective application of relevant preservation measures,
including digitisation, and duties to enable continuous access to CLC’s records and archival collections. It also requires daily
priority tasks and supports the EDRMS officer in end-user training. You will require a minimum two (2) years working
experience in record keeping, archives or cultural collection management system experience. Qualifications in Information
management would be highly regarded.
SENIOR PROJECT OFFICER – AM010 – ALICE SPRINGS
CL 6 (Commencing $74,601 progressing to $85,695)
Based in Alice Springs, this position will be required to provide high-level support in coordination of all assigned meetings and
royalty distributions in the CLC region. The position is required to undertake a considerable amount of ‘field work’ attending
meetings of Aboriginal corporations, traditional owners and community groups. This position will be required to assist the
deputy coordinator where needed in organising and administering the operations of AAMC, achieving the functions and
during periods of leave. The successful candidate will have tertiary qualifications in business management or equivalent
experience. The candidate will have exceptional planning and logistical organisation skills.
ASSISTANT PROJECT OFFICER – AM009 – ALICE SPRINGS
CL 4 (Commencing $61,924 progressing to $67,239)
Based in Alice Springs, this position is responsible for providing assistance to coordinate and attend all meetings and royalty
distribution activities within the CLC region. The position includes a considerable amount of ‘field work’ attending meetings
of Aboriginal corporations, traditional owners and community groups. The successful candidate will have good planning skills,
experience in conflict resolution and solid computer skills across a range of applications including Microsoft Office.
For more information, contact Human Resources at email@example.com or (08) 8951 6211. For Job Description, Selection Criteria
and how to apply, please visit www.clc.org.au
CLOSING DATE 22 APRIL 2018
Total effective package includes: base salary, district allowance, superannuation, leave loading, relocation assistance, annual
airfare allowance and salary packaging options. Annual progression within the salary scale is subject to satisfactory
performance. Progression is in accordance with annual increments set out in an enterprise agreement.
PURKISS RESERVE - Have Your Say
Barkly Regional Council invites members of the community to express
their views on the new upgrade to sports and recreation infrastructure at
Purkiss Reserve is set to be upgraded as part of the Northern Territory Government’s
election and 2017 Budget commitment of $5 million. Upgrades include bike and walking
paths, an access road joining two car parks for caravans and cars with trailers, an access
road near the perimeter, a new multi-purpose field, playground and BBQ areas, and
refurbished tennis and basketball courts.
Members of the public are invited to submit suggestions prior to the development of
Purkiss Reserve, an important public space approximately 9.6 ha. The space is a critical
amenity for Tennant Creek and provides cultural sporting entertainment and facilities for
healthy lifestyles of all ages.
Mark all submissions “Purkiss Reserve Upgrade” and either email to reception@barkly.
nt.gov.au, post to the CEO, Barkly Regional Council, PO Box 821, Tennant Creek NT 0861 or
hand into Council reception at 41 Peko Road.
Comments from the public are open until midnight (ASCT) on Sunday, 29 April, 2018.
An outline of the upgrade can also be downloaded from the Council website:
https://www.barkly.nt.gov.au under Purkiss Reserve.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
10am on Sunday 13th May 2018
at Tennant Creek Tyre Centre,
Paterson Street, Tennant Creek.
Tennant Creek Speedway Association
Mining Centre Inc
Special General Meeting
5pm on Monday 30th April 2018
Battery Hill, Peko Rd, Tennant Creek
For further information:
Ph: 8962 1281 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
SARAH MAREE SLADE
6.1.1987 - 1.4.2018
We have lost a beautiful young
woman and mother.
Our thoughts are with family members
and friends who share our sorrow.
- Ezekiel, Michael and Lyndall Stavrou,
I am with you still
I am a thousand winds that blow
I am the diamond glints on snow
I am the sunlight on ripened grain
I am the gentle autumn rain
When you awaken in the morning’s hush
I am the swift uplifting rush
Of birds in circled flight
I am the soft stars that shine at night
Do not think of me as gone
I am with you still in each new dawn
- A Native American Prayer
CLASSIFIEDS DEADLINE is 4pm every
Tuesday for that Friday’s publication.
We’re hiring at Tennant Creek Child Child Care Centre!
Looking for two Educators to join our Centre. Willing to work Monday to Friday 38 hours per week, have a
passion for working with children and willing to commence Certificate III in Early Childhood.
Must have an Ochre Card or willing to obtain.
If this sounds like you, please pop in or email a resume to Crystal Mills:
Email: email@example.com Phone: (08) 8962 1128
Address: Cnr Memorial Drive & Thompson Street, Tennant Creek.
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
- CLEANING -
Expressions of interest are being
sought for the Cleaning of the
Tennant Creek Child Care Centre.
Further information is available
by calling (08)8962 1128 or email
Expressions of interest close
Friday 27 May 2016.
The Tennant Creek Child Care Centre is a 50
place Long Day Care Centre. The Centre offers
an enjoyable & pleasant place to work.
If you are energetic, a team player, motivated
and enjoy working with children then this
position may be for you.
The successful applicant will possess:
4 Relevant Child Care Qualification - min
Cert III or willingness to study Diploma or
4 Good communication skills.
4 Ability to work within a team.
4 High level of commitment to quality and
4 A Working With Children Clearance Care
CHILD CARE CENTRE
CHILD CARE CENTRE
MOTHER’S DAY RAFFLE
The Tennant Creek Child Care Centre recently held their Mother’s Day Raffle and they
would like to thank the following businesses for their very generous donations:
Mel’s Massage & Beauty, Barkly Butchers, Tennant Foodbarn, Bella’s Hairdressers, Bonny
Baby Clothing and Toys, Tennat Creek Pharmacy & Newsagency, Memories Restaurant,
Little Rippers, Rochelle Lindsay, TC Emporium and Total Sports ‘n’ Fitness.
The winners of the raffle were-
1st: Karyn Green 2nd: Peta Wilson 3rd: Caro
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
PLEASE PHONE (08) 8962 1128.
6pm - 9pm on Saturday 14 April
New stallholders welcome.
Variety of food for sale.
Contact Robin Pearce on 0419 214688
RSL Community Lawn Sale
Sympathy to Dorothy and Family on the
passing a Colin; a valued Sporties Club
– Management, Staff and Members of Spor ties
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