JOBS

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  • $1200 Per Day All Expenses Paid.
  • RA5 & MMM7.
  • 30 July - 17 August.
This Indigenous Health Clinic situated in Arnhem Land in Northern Territory is needing a VR Medical Practitioner to cover from 30 July to 17 August. Here is a great opportunity for you to visit the traditional homeowners of this beautiful land. Visit the rocky escarpments, gorges, rivers and spectacular waterfalls. Enjoy the beauty of wild flora and fauna along with the amazing artwork of the indigenous artists.
Benefits:
  • MMM7 RA5 (extra payments apply)
  • $1200 per day
  • Return airfare, vehicle and accommodation
  • No weekends or after hours
  • DWS approved location
Dates:
  • 30/7 - 17/8
About the practice:
  • Monday to Friday 8am - 4.30pm
  • RN support and PM on site
  • Allied health professionals
  • Aboriginal Health Workers on site
Qualifications required:
  • Doctor with General or Specialist registration with AHPRA
  • FRACGP or equivalent
  • Doctors requiring 19AB exemption encouraged to apply
"Medical Recruitment Specialists since 1986"
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Maile McCammon at Medical Recruitment on *****42, + click to reveal quoting Ref No. 15219 .


For more job opportunities, please visit
www.medicalrecruitment.com.au
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  • $450K p.a. Salary.
  • Free House + Other Benefits.
  • No On Call or Weekends.
Doctor Job in AMS Clinic. Kakadu National Park region. An exciting and rare opportunity has come about for VR General Practitioner on a salaried position in Northern Territory. We are seeking a Senior Rural General Practitioner to lead a team of Doctors and Allied Health professionals in providing culturally safe public health services using a community developed model to enhance health outcomes, improve services and infrastructure. This would suit a Medical Practitioner with experience and in-depth knowledge of Indigenous Health and in particular remote regions.
Situated in the vicinity of Kakadu National Park home to 2000 local residents, this region offers 20,000 square kilometres of stunning beauty, with amazing gorges, waterfalls, 2,000 species of plants and wild life including salt water crocodiles, turtles and birds. Explore the native rock and cave paintings dating to pre historic times, fantastic fishing and more. As this is so remote the GPRIP of up to $35,000 will apply.
Benefits:
  • Salary package of $450K p.a.
  • $35,000 MMM applies
  • Professional Development allowance
  • 6 weeks paid personal and annual leave
  • DWS approved location
  • No after hours or on call required
Essential criteria:
  • Doctors with (FRACGP or FACRRM) with full AHPRA registration
  • Be able to undertake cross cultural training and an ability to engage effectively with people from diverse cultures
  • Doctors needing 19AB welcome to apply
"Medical Recruitment specialists since 1986"
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Susan Hill at Medical Recruitment on *****42, + click to reveal quoting Ref No. 15205 .


For more job opportunities, please visit
www.medicalrecruitment.com.au
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  • $330K+ p.a. Salaried Position.
  • Car, House, Utilities and More.
  • Aboriginal Health Service.
Perm Doctor Job for Indigenous Health Clinic. We are seeking a permanent VR General Practitioner for this modern state of the art Northern Territory Aboriginal Health Services. This is a great opportunity for a General Practitioner looking for a salaried position in a supportive and caring environment. The medical centre offers ultra-modern facilities with an experienced and committed team of multi-disciplinary Allied Health professionals.
Ideally this would suit a doctor interested in indigenous health and is prepared to work in varies remote communities with a team of health workers including nurses and aboriginal health workers.
Benefits:
  • $330K+ p.a.
  • MMM6 Incentives up to $35,000 p.a
  • Super and salary sacrifice
  • 6 Weeks paid annual leave
  • 10 Days paid study leave
  • Air-conditioned house
  • Vehicle, phone and utilities
  • Relocation costs paid
About the Practice:
  • Group Medical Centre
  • An array of Allied Health Professionals
  • Exceptional nursing support
  • Mental Health Nurses
  • CDM nurses
  • Aboriginal Health Workers
  • Specialist and subspecialty support
  • No weekends or after hours required
Qualifications required:
  • Doctor with General or Specialist registration with AHPRA
  • FRACGP or equivalent
  • Doctors requiring 19AB exemption encouraged to apply
"Medical Recruitment Specialists since 1986"
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Susan Hill at Medical Recruitment on *****42, + click to reveal quoting Ref No. 14904 .


For more job opportunities, please visit
www.medicalrecruitment.com.au
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Enrolled Nurse – Community Care Darwin
ARRCS provides aged care and community services in the NT. We believe in compassion, respect, justice, working together and leading through learning. We are committed to "closing the gap" and seek passionate, determined and likeminded people.
Community care Darwin, delivers services 365 days and has more than 35 staff and 480 clients.
We need a Casual Enrolled Nurse available to join immediately. Preference will be given to candidates with Aged Care experience and Full rights to work in Australia.
To fulfil this role you will possess:
Current EN registration with AHPRA Drivers licence and personal vehicle Demonstrated clinical experience including assessments, care planning and care provision. Demonstrated commitment to closing the gap and an understanding and respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Demonstrated effective interpersonal and written communication skills All ARRCS staff must satisfy the relevant probity checks required by legislation or policies.
Interested candidates, please send you Resume to Saba Sadiq, Recruitment Consultant, Email: saba.sadiq@…show email; Ph: +61 …show number.
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Due to continued growth, Downer EC&M have an opportunity for an experienced E&I Superintendent to join our construction team based in Darwin undertaking a 3/1 FIFO roster from your home state capital city.
If you are highly motivated E&I Superintendent and possess a minimum of 5 + years recent hands on experience in this role and enjoy working in a dynamic project environment then this opportunity is for you.
In this integral role within the leadership team you will direct and control construction activities to ensure that standards of quality, cost, safety and performance are observed and that time schedules are met.
Your key responsibilities will include:
Direct and control construction activities to ensure that standards of quality, cost, safety and performance are observed and that time schedules are met; Determine labour availability and workloads for each work order, including R&R coverage; Providing input into construction methodology reviews and authorising Construction Work Packs; Review and authorise construction program and completion schedule and delegate activities for the day-to-day direction of field schedule requirements; Establishing and maintaining effective communications with the Company’s representatives, Project Manager and field staff to ensure good working relationships are established and maintained; and Ensuring reports are regular and communicated to the Project Manager on all field activities, and construction matters.
About You:
Direct Blue collar supervision is essential Bulk Construction sub-contractor experience essential Previous exposure working on large scale LNG construction project is a must with a minimum of five years recent experience in a Superintendent role preferred; Trade qualifications are essential, with a Technical or Trade Certificate in a relevant discipline; Hold a current WA Electrical Licence and be willing to obtain a NT Electrical Licence; Strong written and verbal communication skills with well-developed interpersonal and leadership capability; Well established Project Execution knowledge with a strong commitment to zero harm; and Proficient in the use of Microsoft Suite including Excel.
What we Offer:
At Downer, our values, strategy and direction are clear so you'll know what is expected of you. In turn, you will be rewarded with an opportunity to progress your career within an organisation that is committed to Zero Harm and to the career development of its people. 
Downer is one of Australia's leading infrastructure and construction companies. At Downer we are committed to fostering a culture that empowers our people, promotes teamwork and embraces sustainability. Our values, strategy and direction are clear and we are committed to Zero Harm and to the career development of our people.
 How to Apply:
To apply for this position please click on the "apply now" link below.
This exciting role offers you the opportunity to work in a dynamic environment and develop your career within a highly successful organisation.
Successful applicants will be offered a highly competitive remuneration package.  Please note all offers of employment are subject to satisfying the Project minimum requirements as well as Fitness for Work requirements. 
For further information please contact Taylor Mountford on *****29 + click to reveal.
Previous applicants do not need to re-apply.
You must be able to demonstrate that you have the Right to Work in Australia.
All applications are held in strict confidence.
Downer reserves the right to close this advert at any time.
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We are seeking hard working commercial electricians with experience working in varied electrical environments to join our team.  The right candidates will have excellent fault finding skills, be able to think laterally, have a common sense approach, with a good knowledge of AS3000.  Good customer service along with a high level of workmanship are essential.
Experience in general and preventative maintenance in commercial, industrial and marine environments, as well as demonstrated ability to deliver projects from undergrounds through to fit out will be required.
Candidates must hold an A Grade NT Electrical licence, white card and drivers licence. Tickets in EWP, Working at Heights, Confined Space and First Aid would be desirable. Attractive salary package including vehicle and ongoing training and career development will be offered to the right people. The positions are for an immediate start.
For further information contact *****92 + click to reveal.
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About the Organisation
Life Without Barriers is a leading social purpose, not for profit organisation of 6,100 employees working in more than 440 communities across Australia. We support children, young people and families, people with disability, older people and people with mental illness. We work with people who are homeless and refugees and asylum seekers.   
  
We want to employ people who reflect the diversity of our clients to ensure we can support each client's individual needs and wants. We encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with disability to apply.
   
About the role
As an experienced Psychologist, Social Worker or other relevant Allied Health Professional, you will be responsible for developing and overseeing all clinical services throughout our operations in the Northern Territory.
  
Our Clinical Services team provides consultation, assessment and interventions to clients and young people accessing our disability, out of home care and mental health services. LWB is also a registered provider of a range of clinical and therapeutic services under the NDIS.
  
You will oversee the delivery of these clinical services and provide individual and group supervision to the team of clinicians (Psychologists, Speech Therapists, Registered Nurses, Social Workers and Occupational Therapists). You will ensure that services are provided in line with best practice, risk governance and legislation including that pertaining to the use of Restrictive Practices.
  
Key Responsibilities
Provide clinical knowledge  and expertise to support Life Without Barriers ‘ multi-disciplinary Clinicians and Client Services Managers to achieve positive client outcomes Review systemic trends and patterns of clinical need and risk and making high level, evidenced based recommendations to address identified risks. Promoting LWB clinical services with stakeholders and the wider community and ensuring clinical services are delivered in a timely, responsive and cost effective manner. Monitoring of clinical outputs and outcomes to ensure these are in line with service agreements and financial budgets. Providing regular clinical supervision to employed clinical services staff Provide expert consultation on highly complex matters, including direct clinical assessment or intervention as required Provide professional development opportunities to clinical and non-clinical staff
  
Skills & Experience
Essential qualification in social work, psychology, or allied health profession plus eligibility for membership or registration with the relevant professional body Management experience in a relevant clinical practice Significant experience in the delivery of clinical supervision Experience with NDIS programs and implementation Experience in administration of a range of relevant assessment tools  
Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check (where relevant to the role).
     
Benefits
Access to salary packaging benefits Remote Allowance Rostered day off per month Permanent Full Time position based in Darwin, overseeing services provided in Darwin, Katherine, Tennant Creek and Alice Springs
     
How to Apply
Include your resume and covering letter in one document, click ‘Apply’ and follow the prompts. For any enquiries including persons with disability that require adjustments, contact *****@lwb.org.au + click to reveal 
  
Applications close at midnight on Sunday 3rd June 2018
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Hosepower are the Territory's largest and most comprehensive integrated hydraulic and industrial fluid equipment sales and service provider. Over the last 20 years, our dedication to customer service has enabled us to firmly cement our position as market leaders and develop long term relations with key companies that service the mining, construction, civil, maritime and defence industries in the Northern Territory.
At Hosepower, we understand that a superior service response is critical to our clients and pivotal to us providing the most professional service possible.
Due to our continued growth we have multiple positions available for suitably qualified Hydraulic Hose Technicians within our workshop or mobile service vehicle department
Duties and Responsibilities
Undertaking servicing, diagnostics or repairs on heavy road transport or trucks for customers onsite or within our busy workshop Attending customer breakdowns as needed Service and repair to hydraulic components and systems in the workshop or onsite Hose making as required Replenish stock in truck on a regular basis adhering to stock control procedures Provide own tooling necessary to undertake core duties per trade
Skills and Experience
Previous experience is essential Trade qualified – heavy diesel, fitter & turner, fitter machinist all suitable Experience in hydraulics would be beneficial A strong work ethic and pride in workmanship MR licence needed Flexibility with working hours as "after hours" availability is a pre-requisite Ability to work well within a team
Apply Now!
To apply for this opportunity, please click the 'Apply' button or email your resume to *****@hosepower.com.au + click to reveal with reference "hose technician".  We look forward to hearing from you.
 
 
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To get started you will need, photos of you and your team mate and photos of your home.

To enhance your application please include a short video that introduces yourself and your team mate and take us on a quick tour of your house.

Then you will need around 30 mins to complete this application.

To be eligible for the program you must: - Be over 18 years of age.
- Be an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident.

Thank you for your interest and Good luck!
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Thamarrurr Development Corporation (TDC) is located in Wadeye, 420km south west of Darwin. TDC delivers commercial & selected government service activities within the Thamarrurr region which boasts an excellent fishing & outdoors area.
TDC is looking for a qualified and NT registered Plumber to join their Housing and Construction department for 6 months to work on remote indigenous housing refurbishments.
This opportunity will have you working with the local indigenous workforce and living in the Wadeye community.
Main duties and responsibilities: 
Review blueprints and building codes and specifications to determine work details and procedures. Maintain, repair, and install plumbing related fixtures and components throughout both existing dwellings and new builds as requested. Repair piping of various size and type. Check safety equipment and replace components such as washers, gaskets, and filters. Ensure all installations, repairs and maintenance are properly sized, aligned, supported and graded. Ensure all installations, repairs and maintenance meet the requirements of the appropriate codes. Monitor work done by outside contractors for adherence to Plumbing Code Requirements and report back to supervisor. Maintain appropriate service and repair record. Respond to directions of the supervisor and direct others as required.
To be successful you will:
Provide assistance to semi-skilled or unskilled indigenous Trades Assistants Operate and maintain various power and manual tools Follow established OHS procedures Maintain a clean work environment Maintain a high level of work standard at all times Closely and accurately follow scopes of works and directions provided by Supervisors Power and Water Accreditation highly desirable Obtain and maintain Northern Land Council Work Permit White Card or equivalent Police Clearance
Benefits:
Competitive salary Salary sacrifice Subsidised accommodation
If you are interested in becoming part of a diverse team and value challenging & rewarding work, please click apply now.
For more details contact Kate Festing at *****@thamarrurr.org.au + click to reveal 
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Our client is currently looking for an electrical trades assistant for a temp role with the potential for on going work. Work is predominently local Darwin but could be away from home at times.
Successful candidate must have:
Whitecard Electrical TA experience (essential) Drivers licence/own transport (essential) HR licence (desirable)
If you are a local Darwin applicant looking for some ongoing work and have the relevant skills and tickets please click 'apply now' or give us a call on *****00 + click to reveal for further details.
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Darwin FreeSpirit Resort is seeking friendly and guest orientated Food & Beverage superstars to join our team.
 
About Us
We are a popular family friendly resort which has 150 guest rooms, 300+ caravan/camping sites, function & event spaces, poolside bar, 180 seat bistro with alfresco dining and a myriad of recreation facilities.   When at capacity we host approximately 1000 guests per night…
 
About the Job
Reporting to the Food & Beverage Manager, you will be a key part of the daily resort operations by being responsible for ensuring that all guests receive exceptional service throughout their entire stay and be able to positively and creatively resolve any problems that may arise.
Your other responsibilities include: 
Welcoming all guests in a friendly and efficient manner Be able to interact with guests and deliver exceptional customer service Provide a pleasant and memorable experience to all guests that dine/drink with us Respond to guest enquiries and provide knowledge about the resort facilities and the surrounding area Flexibility in working a 7-day roster Know how to approach a table for service, take orders, deliver meals, promote menu items and clear away dirty tables Be willing to follow company policy and procedure and work safely at all times
 
About You
 You will have:
A "Can Do" Attitude Excellent grooming and presentation Hold a RSA certificate Previous experience in Food & Beverage desired with an ambition to forge a career in hospitality Be able "to pour" a beer/wine with minimal waste or be willing to learn this skill Have barista skills – or be willing to learn Not be afraid of hard work Assist with keeping work areas clean and tidy Have working knowledge of POS system Have sound cash handling skills
 
Interested applicants are invited to email a current resume including a cover letter to:
 
Darwin FreeSpirit Resort
E: *****@darwinfreespiritresort.com.au + click to reveal
 
Applications close Friday 8 June 2018
 
We thank all applicants in advance however only those successful will be contacted for an interview.
Sponsorship is not available for this position - you must be in Darwin and ready to work now.
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Immediate Start Meals and Accommodation Provided 2:2 Roster supporting work/life balance
About the Role
We are currently seeking experienced DUMP TRUCK OPERATORS for work with a well known Mining Company to FIFO from Darwin. These opportunities exist for skilled and experienced OPERATORS who will contribute to the successful operations of this mine site.
Duties and Responsibilities
Safe and effective operation various machinery Maintain high standard of housekeeping on equipment Communicate with other operators and assist in traffic management
Skills/Experience
Minimum 3 years recent mine site experience on a CAT 777 and 789 C & D Dump Truck Proof of prior experience including 2 contactable references MUST have RII competencies A medical including drug and alcohol testing is required as part of the recruitment process Must be reliable and have a strong commitment to safety
On-boarding Process
Candidate please note that the on-boarding process for these roles will be structured and will be required to undertake skills testing, interview, pre-employment medicals and drug and alcohol testing. If you are not willing to undertake or complete these, you will not be considered for these roles. Please note that only the successful candidates progressing to the next stage will be contacted.
About WorkPac
WorkPac is Australia's largest, privately owned recruitment provider to the mining, construction, engineering, oil and gas and healthcare sectors. We are proud to partner with some of the country's leading companies to deliver rewarding career opportunities. Looking after our employees is important to us. Our Employee Benefits program powered by Flare HR offers benefits across health, insurance, financial services, retail discounts and more.
Click on the Apply button or for more information please contact:
Kelly -  *****02 + click to reveal
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About the business
Territory Air Services is a locally owned private charter business located at Darwin Airport. We service Australia, however, mainly regional areas of Northern Territory, Queensland  and Western Australia. 
 
About the role
We are looking for an Accounts Clerk to join our team on a part time basis (20 hours per week, with capacity to cover additional time, whilst other staff are on leave). You will be responsible of providing a range of financial accounting services and also helping out with other duties as required. Your responsibilities will include but will not be limited to:
Maintain financial records including purchases, sales, receipts and payments, using MYOB Reconciliation of bank accounts and credit cards BAS lodgements Process Payroll, and Superannuation Assist Operations Team with airport transfers and other duties as required General office duties such as order supplies, answer phone calls and general housekeeping Cover Reception and Sales during periods of staff leave You may be required to be on-call or work after-hours during weekends and public holidays
 
Skills and experience
To be considered for this role you will have previous experience in bookkeeping or in a similar role using MYOB. You must be motivated to work as part of team in a busy environment, you will have excellent communication skills and ability to work autonomously. 
Previous experience in aviation industry and knowledge of regional North Australian communities are highly regarded. ASIC and Ochre Card are desirable or you must have the capacity to obtain. 
In return we offer competitive salary, flexible hours of work and small friendly work environment. 
To apply please send your cover letter and resume to *****@territoryairservices.com.au + click to reveal
 
 
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Multi Skilled Operators required for established mine site in the Northern Territory
Immediate Start Meals and Accommodation Provided 2:2 Roster supporting work/life balance
About the Role
We are currently seeking Experienced MULTI SKILLED OPERATORS for work with a well known Mining Company to FIFO from Darwin. These opportunities exist for skilled and experienced OPERATORS who will contribute to the successful operations of this mine site.
Duties and Responsibilities
Safe and effective operation various machinery Maintain high standard of housekeeping on equipment Communicate with other operators and assist in traffic management
Skills/Experience
Minimum 2 years' experience on at least two of the following CAT 993 & 994 Loaders CAT 16M / 16H Graders CAT D10 T/R or D11 T/R Dozers Mechanical Dump Trucks
Must have proof of prior experience RII preferred A medical including drug and alcohol testing is required as part of the recruitment process
Must be reliable and have a strong commitment to safety
On-boarding Process
Candidate please note that the on-boarding process for these roles will be structured and will be required to undertake skills testing, interview, pre-employment medicals and drug and alcohol testing. If you are not willing to undertake or complete these, you will not be considered for these roles. Please note that only the successful candidates progressing to the next stage will be contacted.
About WorkPac
WorkPac is Australia's largest, privately owned recruitment provider to the mining, construction, engineering, oil and gas and healthcare sectors. We are proud to partner with some of the country's leading companies to deliver rewarding career opportunities. Looking after our employees is important to us. Our Employee Benefits program powered by Flare HR offers benefits across health, insurance, financial services, retail discounts and more.
Click on the Apply button or for more information please contact:
Delia - *****65 + click to reveal
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Dozer Operator FIFO from Darwin
Immediate Start Meals and Accommodation Provided 7/7 Roster supporting work/life balance
 
About the Role
We are currently seeking an Experienced DOZER OPERATOR for work with a well known Mining Company to FIFO from Darwin. These opportunities exist for skilled and experienced DOZER OPERATOR who will contribute to the successful operations of this mine site.
Duties and Responsibilities
Safe and effective operation of D11 Dozers Maintain high standard of housekeeping on equipment Communicate with other operators and assist in traffic management
 
Skills/Experience
Minimum 2 years experience as a Dozer Operator within mining Current HR class drivers licence A medical including drug and alcohol testing is required as part of the recruitment process Must be reliable and have a strong commitment to safety
On-boarding Process
Candidate please note that the on-boarding process for these roles will be structured and will be required to undertake skills testing, interview, pre-employment medicals and drug and alcohol testing. If you are not willing to undertake or complete these, you will not be considered for these roles. Please note that only the successful candidates progressing to the next stage will be contacted.
About WorkPac
WorkPac is Australia's largest, privately owned recruitment provider to the mining, construction, engineering, oil and gas and healthcare sectors. We are proud to partner with some of the country's leading companies to deliver rewarding career opportunities. Looking after our employees is important to us. Our Employee Benefits program powered by Flare HR offers benefits across health, insurance, financial services, retail discounts and more.
Click on the Apply button or for more information or call *****22 + click to reveal and quote - D.INDJ*****15 + click to reveal7
 
At WorkPac, we recognise we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and we encourage applications from women and Indigenous people.
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Freo Group is the foremost provider of crane hire services and project material logistics management in Australia. The company provides crane hire, heavy lift, project logistics management, oversize transport, materials handling, warehousing and storage with support bases located across Australia. In order to service our existing long term contracts and local work, an opportunity is available for an experienced Crane Technician to increase our Maintenance Team to carry out repairs and maintenance on our ever growing fleet of mobile and crawler cranes.
This position is based in the Darwin, NT area. The successful applicant would be able to demonstrate attendance of multiple courses of the main crane manufacturers (OEM) and component suppliers.
 
To be successful you will possess the following:
Demonstrated experience (at least 5 years) servicing mobile and crawler cranes Experience working with EWP Experience in Hydraulics, Electrics and Can-Bus Systems Trade certificate as a Plant Mechanic or Diesel Fitter Experience in diagnostic software Basic to intermediate IT skills (Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel) HR licence CO Crane ticket (desirable) Rigging ticket (desirable) Auto Electrical trade certificate (desirable) Air-conditioning ticket (desirable)
What we can offer YOU!
A dynamic working environment with full product training from manufacturers and suppliers Competitive salary on offer Laundry, tool and other allowances Yearly skin cancer check-ups Career development OEM training Opportunities to work at our various locations and projects throughout Australia
 
Apply Now!
To apply for this opportunity, please click the 'Apply' button below or email your resume to staffcareers@…show email 
 
Freo Group reserves the right at its sole discretion to withdraw from the recruitment process, not to make an appointment, or to appoint by invitation, at any time.
Only successful applicants will be contacted.
Applications from agencies will not be considered.
 
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Wigg Plumbing are looking for a hardworking, reliable, maintenance plumber to join our team. 
Applicant must have mannual NT license & own tools Be able to pass a Police Clearance The ability to work effectively within a close knit team Physically fit for demanding workload Flexibility with working hours Vehicle & work phone supplied Wage based upon experience & qualifications Applicant must be reliable & able to work under limited supervision
Great work conditions & friendly team. Please phone *****21 + click to reveal during business hours or email resumes to *****@wiggplumbing.com.au + click to reveal
NO AGENCIES
 
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Professional 2, Remuneration Package Range $92,625 - $110,802
Legal Services - Litigation Division
Darwin 
Ongoing commencing 02/07/2018 
The Solicitor for the Northern Territory provides the NT Government with high quality, timely, whole-of-government legal services on strategic issues.  It maintains excellence and integrity in the government's legal dealings by the provision of quality advice, representation and documentation to government Ministers, agencies and employees. 
This position is the domestic violence duty lawyer position.  The successful applicant will conduct the Darwin domestic violence practice on behalf of NT Police and will assist in other areas of the Litigation Division as directed. 
Qualifications:
Admission to practice as a legal practitioner of the Supreme Court of the Northern Territory or eligibility for such admission (any person eligible for admission will be required to be admitted if appointed to this position).
For further enquiries on the position, please contact Ingrid Meier, A/Director Litigation Division, Department of the Attorney-General and Justice, on 08 *****41 + click to reveal.
Quote vacancy number: 50561
Closing date: 06 June 2018 
Applications should address the Selection Criteria. For a copy of the Job Description and to apply online please visit www.nt.gov.au/jobsor contact us on *****47 + click to reveal
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The Role:
We are looking for a Consultant Rehabilitation Physician who is suitably experienced to apply for an exciting opportunity, joining an existing team.
The unit has an 18bed general rehabilitation ward dealing with a wide case mix of adult rehabilitation ranging from stroke/neurological, amputee, brain injury, spinal cord injury, orthopaedic and multiple trauma. Outpatient clinics cover prosthetics/orthotics, chronic pain and brain injury. Exposure to intrathecal pumps & botulinum toxin injections is available. There are opportunities to attend Outreach clinics. A private rehabilitation hospital & ward are also collocated on site. The multidisciplinary rehabilitation service is based within the hospital campus. The positions are supported by an intern & RMO and supervised by two fully credentialed AFRM Fellows.
The new 116 bed hospital is 20 minutes from the Main Hospital, the combined subacute services will be expanded to 2 x 24 bed wards.
The Hospital:
The Hospital has 360 beds, servicing a population of over 140,000 it is a diverse population including urban, regional and remote centres, it is a teaching hospital and is co-located with the Private Hospital. A wide range of specialist services include Emergency Medicine, Anaesthetics, Intensive Care and Coronary Care, acute medical and surgical, Rehabilitation, Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Mental Health.
The Location:
This is your opportunity to work in a vibrant, tropical, cosmopolitan city with a population of 200,000, boasting excellent access to world heritage national parks in Kakadu, Litchfield and the Kimberly. The proximity of this City to Asia and the tropical lifestyle it boasts, in addition to the experience gained in the work environment does make it an exciting and fulfilling place to work.
If you are looking for a laid back and friendly lifestyle with an emphasis on outdoor leisure activities, particularly camping, bush walking, cycling, and fishing, this could be just what you have been waiting for??!!
From the sparkling blue waters in the harbor to the city's Asian-influenced food and tropical outdoor lifestyle, this City is an adventurers' paradise.
Skills & Qualifications required:
* Ideal candidate would hold either a Fellowship of the Royal Australasian Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine or equivalent specialist recognition and demonstrated subspecialty training in Rehabilitation or completed specialist assessment with the College and given substantial comparability.
The Benefits:
* Relocation assistance will be provided, and short term subsidised hospital accommodation is available on-campus.
* Competitive Salary package
* Career progression
How do I Apply?
Please send your resume with a cover letter to Nicki Wade or contact Nicki Wade on *****48 + click to reveal or *****55 + click to reveal to discuss your application.
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ABOUT US
Our goal here at the AFL is to enhance and grow the game across all states and all levels – from grassroots to elite. As one team, we put on the game, build participation, deliver important events, communicate with our fans, run community programs, develop coaches and umpires, and collaborate with partners, delight members, support clubs and so much more. Our roles may vary but we are all united by our common goal, to leave the game in an even more extraordinary place.
 
ABOUT THE ROLE
Reporting to the Manager of Community Football & Facilities this role is responsible for managing the AFL Northern Territory Umpiring team. The role also leads the development, recruitment and retention of umpires in Northern Territory; coaching, managing and overseeing the appointments and development of Umpires.
 
Please note employment in this position is subject to a satisfactory criminal history record check. The successful candidate is required to possess a valid ‘working with children’ check.
The AFL has extensive procedures and checks in place to protect children and young people in our organisation.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        
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NTFL / Community / Development Requirements
Support the AFL Umpire Coach Academy program Manage and implement the National Umpiring Plan in Northern Territory Ensure Umpire Development Co-coordinators are implementing the National Umpiring Plan in all regions Manage recruitment strategies to increase umpiring numbers Manage strategies and initiatives that promote the role of umpiring Manage strategies and initiatives that promote umpire diversity Develop processes and structures that ensure the most talented umpires are able to reach NEAFL and AFL level Ensure National Umpire Accreditation Schemes are mandatory for all umpires and umpire coaches Ensure Trainee Umpire Program is rolled out to all community umpiring groups Drive best practice operations with respect to umpiring related matters including match day regulations, appointments and incident reporting
Conduct annual umpire survey and collate an Executive report Ensure that weekly appointments are updated for umpiring payments to be made Conduct mid-year and end of year reviews Develop and delivery of an annual plan and deliverable KPI’s Edit vision weekly to ensure consistent feedback to senior and academy umpiring panel Liaise with appropriate staff booking of travel and accommodation for travelling groups Weekly appointments – work with discipline coaches on selection
 
 
NEAFL Requirements
Mentor/oversee/manage the development and appointment of NT based NEAFL Umpires to give them the best possible chance of transitioning to AFL level Identify and nurture talented umpires for the NEAFL Umpiring Panel Coordinate and oversee all NEAFL training sessions Arrange for observers to attend each NEAFL game Coordinate individual reviews, coaching & assessment for each NEAFL umpire Support the AFL Umpire Coach PD program Administration of the attendance records of all NEAFL umpires at training Develop and delivery of an annual plan and deliverable KPI’s
 
 
OUR IDEAL TEAM MEMBER
Mandatory:
Level 2 Umpire Coach Accreditation Demonstrated knowledge and skills in umpiring Management & Coaching experience
 
Desirable:
Previous experience as an AFL or State League Field Umpire/Coach Level 3 Umpire Coach Accreditation Computer literacy around Sportscode or similar programs
 
OUR CULTURE
http://www.afl.com.au/careers/experience-extraordinary
 
THE PERKS
We believe in a Healthy Mind, Healthy Body and Healthy Workplace and our staff have access to an extensive Health and Wellbeing program My Development – all employees have access to the AFL’s My development program which consists of on the job training, coaching and mentoring and formal learning. AFL Staff Footy Memberships – easy access to the game, staff can share these with family and friends My Benefits – staff have access to over 350 discounts with some of the biggest retailers and the AFL’s Corporate Partners
 
HOW TO APPLY
Click APPLY or contact Brad Reid, People Business Partner on *****38 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
 
Closing Date: 4 June 2018