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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 firstname.lastname@example.org
or on (08) 8962 2699.
Applications close on Tuesday 8th August 2017
Stories from Julalikari
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.
Julalikari’s Manager of Community Connections, Tracey Munckton, wrote to Colgate Palmolive seeking donations
towards the Youth Patrol program.
Tracey said they asked for a donation of toiletries, and were enormously surprised to receive four boxes of small
tubes of toothpaste and toothbrushes, only two weeks after writing to them.
These and a few other small toiletries will be bundled up and given to the children and young people who use the
Youth Patrol bus service at night.
‘’These small bits and pieces, along with the food we give kids at night might help to get them off to school in the
morning,” said Clary Satour, Co-ordinator of the Community Patrol services.
“ That’s the most important service the Youth patrol provides – getting kids home at night so they can rest and go to
school the next day.”
A donation received with thanks
ALL SMILES: Julalikari’s Housing Officer Lee Ann Wortley
and Community Connections Manager Tracey Munckton.
Training in Construction
NEW SKILLS: Students completing their Certificate II in Construction.
Julalikari’s CDP, with funds from the Australian Government, is facilitating training in Tennant
Creek and Elliott, in Construction.
We are two weeks into the training course being led by Centre for Appropriate Technology trainers.
Fifteen students from Elliot and 10 students from Tennant Creek are involved in the training.
“ The trainers are engaging and the attendance is showing that students are enthusiastic about
finding work in the construction industry,” said CDP Managern Brody Moore.
Students are learning a number of practical skill based units that will prepare them, and provide
work readiness for construction teams on remote and town based projects.
These skills will include: working in the construction industry, interpreting plans, calculating
measurements, Work Health and Safety, concreting, levelling procedures, using carpentry tools and
The current training course will be completed by 5th July 2018.
Those companies who may have work for these students should call the Tennant Creek CDP office
on 8963 2200 and register your interest.
Department of Tourism and Culture
SMALL GRANTS (UP TO $10 000)
LARGE GRANTS (UP TO $100 000)
Download the guidelines www.nt.gov.au/artstrail
BORROLOOLA man Scott McDin-
ny was amongst hundreds of pro-
testors who took to the streets
in Darwin last Sunday, united in
their stand against the NT Gov-
ernment’s decision to give the
green light to fracking.
Last week, the NT Government lifted
its moratorium on fracking following the
release of the final report by the Scientific
Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing in the
Speaking at the Nightcliff rally, Mr
McDinny - a Garrawa man - said his
community had made it clear they did
not want fracking on their land.
“We are already dealing with lead
poisoning in our water at Borroloola,”
“It’s a disgrace on the NT Government.
“The United Nations Declaration of
Indigenous Peoples’ Rights states that
all Indigenous peoples have the right
to self determination and autonomy, to
clean water, to healthy lives. Water is
precious, water is life.
We will not allow any more water to
Lauren Mellor from Frack Free NT
said there were serious concerns that
the NT Government and the onshore gas
industry could not be trusted to properly
implement and maintain the 135 recom-
mendations that were supposed to help
regulate fracking in the decades ahead.
Meanwhile, Chief Minister Michael
Gunner and several Cabinet Ministers,
including Barkly MLA Gerry McCar-
thy, were at Newcastle Waters Station
on Tuesday for gas industry talks with
representatives of the NT Cattlemen’s
Agenda items included water, land ac-
cess and royalty compensation.
In other news, days after the fracking
announcement, Federal Treasurer Scott
Morrison announced a $259 million
boost to the NT to compensate for lost
GST revenue as well as a $550 million
boost for remote housing.
He had previously suggested that the
Territory should lift its fracking mora-
torium if it wanted a “leave pass under
the GST formula” although as he made
the announcement in Alice Springs on
Tuesday, the Treasurer denied the two
decisions were linked.
Fracking protests ramp up
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