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Phone (08) 8962 1040 Fax (08) 8962 1369 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
DEADLINE for Times Classifieds is
every 4pm on Tuesdays for that Friday’s
publication. Phone (08) 8962 1049 or
Are you a highly motivated person?
Then this is the job for you!!!!
Anyinginyi Health Aboriginal
Corporation is an Aboriginal
Region, Northern Territory.
Anyinginyi offers an holistic
approach to the physical
The role includes but not limited to:
l Provide executive support to the General Manager and
the Anyinginyi Board of Directors, in a confidential and
l Be well organised and have proficient office administration skills
l Able to do project management e.g. planning functions
l Able to take accurate Minutes of Board & Management Meetings
Remuneration will be negotiated and subsidised accommodation will be provided if not already a resident of Tennant Creek.
~ Prevention is the Solution ~
and mental health and
wellbeing of its clients
through its clinical,
social and emotional,
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO
THE GENERAL MANAGER
(Previous Applicants Need Not Apply)
This position requires a person with a strong professional approach to high level
administrative and executive tasks. You must have a best practice approach to working
with Anyinginyi clients, management, stakeholders and staff.
l 10 days sick leave
l Salary Sacrificing provision of $15,899.94
l Personal and Professional Development
l Free Gym Membership
l 6 weeks annual leave
l 9.5% Employer Superannuation
l Free General Dentistry
Advantages of working for Anyinginyi include:
For further information on this role please contact Pam Lum on (08) 8962 2633
or email email@example.com for a copy of the Job Description.
Ochre Card & National Police Check are a requirement for this role.
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
IMMEDIATE START PREFERRED – WILL NEGOTIATE
Warren Andrews - Licensed Agent
0418 700 600 or (08) 8582 2399.
11 Staunton St, Tennant Creek $119,000
This home features 3 good-sized bedrooms.
The master bedroom has a walk in wardrobe.
There are 2 living areas with a good size
kitchen, and a large bathroom.
All of the main rooms are air-conditioned.
There is a carport and fully fenced yard.
Home needs a little TLC but is probably the
best ‘buy’ in town today.
GREAT FIRST HOME
Our thoughts are with Peter’s Family on
their recent sad loss. He will be missed terribly,
and we will be thinking of them.
Peter’s contribution to Elliott, the Barkly, and further
afield, will be long remembered.
– Val, Bob, and Trent Bagnall.
l Supporting women and children
entering the service
l Provide Domestic/Family Violence
Education and Support to clients and
l Ensuring safety of clients
l Adhere to Polices & Procedures
l Ability to work as part of a team
l Ability to maintain confidentiality
l Good homemaking skills
l Must hold a current Working With
l Must have a current satisfactory
National Police Check
l Must hold a current NT Driver’s License
l Must have good documentation skills
l Data entry skills
l Relevant training & Experience working
in Social Services
For more info contact or to submit
your resume, email: CEO Mary Ryan at
firstname.lastname@example.org or Shirleen Alum,
Crisis Accommodation Service Manager at
Tennant Creek Women’s Refuge
Crisis Accommodation Service
CALLING FOR TENDER
Barkly Regional Council is calling for tenders to repair sealed roads at Alpurrurulam
community under the Federal Government’s Roads to Recovery Program.
Tender BRC-001-18: Contractors wishing to respond to this tender will find the full details
including contacts at www.tenderlink.com/barkly
Contractors that are not members of Tenderlink may obtain tender documents from
Council reception, 41 Peko Road, Tennant Creek.
Contact: Director Infrastructure Elai Semisi on 0448 091 827/ 08 8962 0041 or email
email@example.com for more information.
Deadline: Tender documents were published on Tenderlink on Friday, 11 May 2018 and
applications will close on Friday, 1 June 2018 at 2pm (ACST).
THE Territory Labor Government intro-
duced changes to the Community Ben-
efit Fund to ensure it supports more
The Government sees local organisations as
vital to community development and wellbeing
therefore important to receive the funding they
deserve through a well-administered Commu-
nity Benefit Fund.
The purpose of the changes is to expand the
Community Benefit Fund and provide greater
certainty and accountability in addition to
supporting community organisations to access
The Government will be increasing the amount
of funding available under the Major Grant cat-
egory to $250,000 up from the current $200,000
maximum, additionally large community events
will have the ability to apply for up to three
Important to note, up to 30 per cent of the fund-
ing can be applied for operational purposes,
ensuring our unique local events will have a
firmer financial footing.
The Minor Grant category will also be increased
with up to $15,000 available, an increase from
the current $10,000 and an important change
for minor grants, applications for these grants
will be open continuously throughout the year.
There has been a significant growth in revenue
for the Community Benefit Fund which is de-
rived from a portion of gaming machine profits
established in 2003 and additionally Territory
casino’s contributing from 2015.
Following a review of the Community Ben-
efit Fund the Territory Labor Government has
proposed changes to improve management and
administration including improving process-
ing times for applicants and providing clearer
guidelines for using the funds.
The Government aims to make sure approved
applicants have access to funds as soon as pos-
sible so they can get started and deliver on iconic
projects for their community.
In summary, clearer guidelines will give the
Community Benefit Fund greater flexibility to
ensure money is directed to important commu-
nity needs across the Territory and the increasing
amounts of revenue will deliver improved event
and project outcomes.
The Gaming Control Amendment Bill, which
helps deliver the Government’s improvements to
the Community Benefit Fund has been referred
to the Economic Policy Scrutiny Committee of
the NT Parliament.
A report by the Economic Policy Scrutiny Com-
mittee is expected in the August sittings as part
of the Bill’s passage through Northern Territory
I advocate for developing a culture of volun-
teering within Territory communities to un-
derpin important social, cultural and economic
Improved Government funding opportunities,
support and certainty for local organisations
represents good policy and allows coordinators
an additional scaffold for delivering improved
Community organisations continually ‘on the
hunt’ for critical funds should bookmark the
Community Benefit Account website as a solid
Member for Barkly
Changes to CBF grants
BARKLY ELECTORATE OFFICE: Phone 8962 4641. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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