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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.
The Julalikari Women’s Art Program is starting to generate some really exciting
The artists have moved have moved into the old Night Patrol building on 20
Vivienne Brown has taken on a mentoring role.
The program is open to CDP participants and welcomes those wanting to develop
A DEDICATION plaque that
went missing years ago from
the Tennant Creek Hospital
has been returned.
And just in time for this year’s 40th
anniversary of the construction of
The plaque, a commemoration
from the official opening on 28 June
1978, was probably removed during
It was considered lost forever until a
photo of it was featured in a real estate
article in the Centralian Advocate last
year when Alice Springs man, Stuart
Williams, was selling his home full of
salvaged items and materials.
Chief Operating Officer of the Cen-
tral Australia Health Service, Sue
Korner, said the article was a Eureka
moment for the executives.
“We were very excited when we saw
the photo of the plaque,” she said.
“Never in a million years did we
think that we would get it back, cer-
tainly not in time to hang it back on
the hospital for the anniversary.”
Stuart was happy to hand over the
plaque he bought at the Alice Springs
tip shop for $2 about a year ago.
“I have always salvaged unique
items from around Alice Springs and
incorporated them into the house I
was renovating, which I have since
sold,” he said.
“Plaques are really special remind-
ers of our history and I am very happy
that the plaque is returning back to
where it belongs.
“It was one of the things I kept when
I sold the house so I could give it back
to the Hospital.”
Ms Korner said it was an incredible
story and thanked Stuart for looking
The plaque will be rededicated at
the anniversary celebrations in June
which are gearing up to be full of fun.
There will be live music, stalls, his-
torical displays and a free barbeque.
The whole community is invited and
organisers are hoping past Tennant
Creek Hospital staff will come along.
Anyone with photos or stories about
the Hospital they’d like to share at the
celebrations should contact nicole.
FOUND AT LAST: Stuart Williams hands over the plaque to Sue Korner from the Central
Australia Health Service so it can be rehung at the Tennant Creek Hospital.
Dedication plaque returned TENNANT Creek Police say
they are grateful to members
of the community who alerted
them to grog runners.
More than 200 litres of illegally
supplied alcohol has been seized in
the past three weeks.
It was being transported into town
The NT Liquor Commission in-
troduced temporary restrictions
on products and trading hours two
months ago in response to rising
social disorder in Tennant Creek, a
decision that has most likely been
a factor in the recent wave of grog
The move was triggered by the pub-
lic outcry following the alleged rape
of a two-year-old girl in February.
Police identified a man who had
been behind the attempted supply
of 185 litres of cask wine which
was seized before he fled back to
Townsville, avoiding charges so far.
In a separate case, a 52-year-old
man was charged with supplying
alcohol to a person on the Banned
Drinkers’ Register and has now been
placed on the list as well.
Superintendent Kerry Hoskins said
some of the success police have
had with charging grog runners had
been a result of information from
“So we would like to thank them,”
“We want the public to continue to
dob in a grog runner and help make
our community a safer place.”
Grog runners dobbed in
BAMBOOZLED: Police have seized more than 200 litres of alcohol
in three weeks.
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