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HOUSE FOR SALE
Double brick fully air-conditioned house for
sale comprising of 3 bedrooms, 1 of ce, 1
bathroom, kitchen and living areas, large
entertainment area at the front, 2 garden
areas at back and side of property, 2
undercover car ports, with room for 3 cars.
House is located in quiet cul-de-sac in
House priced to
sell at $280,000.
For enquiries & viewings please contact
Matthew Hopwood on 0402 221 731.
Phone (08) 8962 1040 Fax (08) 8962 1369 Email email@example.com
14 Wolseley Street
l Three bedroom, aircon
l Undercover parking
l Large Garden
l Gas cooking
l $410 per week
Ph 0404 123 405
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to Nano or Micro
Call 8962 1035
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES
DARWIN, ALICE SPRINGS, TENNANT CREEK
Salary after training $68,183 (incl allowances)
Department of Correctional Services is recruiting trainee
Correctional Officers now.
Becoming a Correctional Officer is a rewarding and challenging career that
offers great pay and benefits in addition to paid training and up to seven
weeks annual leave.
We’re looking for men and women with integrity, maturity and life
experience to work as Correctional Officers in Darwin, Alice Springs and
You will need to be a strong communicator and organiser, meet a
minimum standard of fitness, hold a current driver’s licence and be
prepared to undergo a criminal history and probity check.
If you’re interested in finding out if this could be your next career move,
then come along to one of our information sessions.
Visit www.nt.gov.au/jobs to download an information
and application pack.
We are also looking for experienced Correctional Officers
to apply for vacancies commencing in September 2014.
Applications close: Sunday 22 June 2014
10am - 12noon, Saturday 14 June
Barkly Work Camp
The Central Australian Women’s Legal Service Inc. (‘CAWLS’) is a not-for-profit organisation funded
by the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department and the Northern Territory Government and
provides free legal advice and assistance to all Central Australian women.
CAWLS is most pleased to have been successfully awarded a grant from the Commonwealth
Attorney-General’s Department as part of the Australian Government’s Indigenous Justice Program
that seeks to increase community safety for Indigenous Australians. CAWLS is funded to deliver a
unique program in Alice Springs to address a genuine gap in services.
The Kunga Stopping Violence Program has the primary objective of minimising incarceration of
Indigenous women by developing and implementing a program that is culturally appropriate and
specifically tailored to address criminogenic needs. The program involves implementation of a case
management model while the women are in custody and twelve months post release with the view
to the women successfully transitioning to mainstream services and minimise reoffending.
Possessing either relevant tertiary qualifications, or strong relevant skills and experience, you will
display a track record in case managing clients with challenging behaviours and complex issues
as well as an ability to deliver high quality project outcomes. As this position supervises vulnerable
women, women at risk and women with challenging and complex behaviours, it is an inherent
requirement of the position that the Case Worker is a woman.
Generous remuneration will be negotiated, according to qualifications and experience. A range
of attractive conditions of employment and entitlements are provided, these include: generous
leave conditions (6 weeks pa), access to generous salary sacrificing arrangements and employer
contribution to superannuation at 10%. Some assistance will be given to relocate.
To apply for this role email your resume and response addressing the selection criteria to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Enquiries to Adele Gibson on 0439 728 778.
Applications close: Sunday 6th July, 2014.
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