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Employee Benefits

  • Health and wellbeing package ($299)
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Corporate rates for selected gym memberships and local businesses
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Free and confidential support from external employee assistance program
  • High company values and great people to work with
  • Birthday Leave

Juno Projects Manager

The Juno Program Manager will be responsible for managing Tennant Creek’s apprenticeship and employment programs for sustainable ongoing employment pathways for Aboriginal people and remote Territorians.

The objective is to achieve program outcomes through providing tailored mentoring and support services to participants, actively promote the program, monitor and evaluate project KPI’s and monitoring of contractual requirements. 

To be successful the applicant must have:

  • Completion of or prepared to undertake the Certificate IV Training and Assessment
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate and liaise with a diverse client group in particular Indigenous Territorians in the urban, rural and remote contexts plus a knowledge, respect and understanding of the cultural imperatives of working in these environments.
  • Commitment to achieve high quality outcomes and customer services to clients (internal and external).
  • Demonstrated knowledge of project management Ability to be systematic in approach to work, comply with relevant guidelines, procedures, deadlines and demonstrates initiative.
  • The capacity to meet tight deadlines, conflicting deadlines and heavy workloads.
  • Demonstrated understand in the use of information technology, particularly with the use of Microsoft Office applications.
  • Demonstrated ability and preparedness to travel throughout NT regional areas for extended periods.
  • Knowledge of Vocational Education and Training in Australia, the relevant legislation of Governments and Industrial Relations system and in particular when and where to seek advice regarding Industrial Relations matters.
  • The Juno Program Manager must possess a manual Northern Territory driver's licence.

 

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