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Supported by the Government of South Australia
Community Development Worker – Berri
Aboriginal Gambling Help Service
$50,487 – $54,109 p.a.
Are you passionate about helping people overcome their
addiction to gambling and the problems it creates for them and
their families? Do you have strong communication skills and a
demonstrated ability to develop and maintain community and
stakeholder networks? Do you have demonstrated ability and
experience in community facilitation?
Do you understand the issues that lead to problem gambling? Are
you able to provide intervention programs that support community
members to overcome their gambling habit? Are you able to
actively engage community groups and organisations to create
awareness and education options around problem gambling?
If you answered yes to the above questions, we want to hear
This role involves working collaboratively with individuals, families
and Riverland communities across a broad range of strategies to
help break from and avoid returning to problem gambling.
To succeed in this demanding but rewarding role you will need
strong relationship building, facilitation, and communication
skills. You must be able to liaise and consult with a broad
cross-section of the community and the industry. Relevant
Qualifications in the Social Work, Social Sciences or Community
Services field will be well regarded.
Sound like you? Please call Tony on 0437 770 084, he would love
to tell you more.
You need: a current Driver’s Licence; eligibility to work in Australia;
have or be able to obtain a Child Related Employment Screening;
and, a Child Safe Environments Certificate.
Working in a not for profit agency you can salary sacrifice to
increase your take home pay.
Previous applicants will be considered and need not re-apply.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
The Next Step: Look at the J&PS in the Positions Vacant section at
Then: tell us in two pages why you’re a good fit for this job and
send this with your resume to: email@example.com
Applications close 5.00pm 1 August 2014
...impact lives by
I can enjoy the freedom of working in the
community, meeting new people and using my
skills to find solutions to complex problems.
With my help, my clients, their families and the
community can enjoy a better quality of health.
At SA Health, I can draw upon ongoing education
and team support to help my clients better
manage their health and feel more empowered
Riverland Community Health
Job Ref: 541607
1300 882 992
A leading Riverland Transport
Has a vacancy for a
For further details
Phone 8586 4433
or fax resume to 8586 6620
Heavy vehicle experience
are holding their
Annual General Meeting
on Monday 21st July, 2014
The AGM is to be held at the Berri Resort Hotel
and all members and interested players
are urged to attend.
All teams must have TWO Delegates attend
Any inquiries, please call 0427 096 955
My client, a well known transport company in the
Renmark area, are looking for a motivated person to
undertake an Apprenticeship as a Diesel Mechanic.
The successful applicant must have a current drivers
licence and transport, and have an aptitude and an
interest in mechanical work.
Previous mechanical experience will be highly
considered. The position is full time and the successful
applicant will be required for regular Saturday work.
Written applications, including a cover letter and
referees to be sent to
“Apprentice Diesel Mechanic”
2a Wilson St, Berri. SA. 5343
Applications must be received by Friday 25th July.
Store Super visor
New Position - Experience with
irrigation and steel fabrication products
preferred but not essential
Written applications and resume to:
G.J.Dix & Sons Pty Ltd
PO Box 804, Renmark 5341
Annual General Meeting
NOTE: Change of Venue
BIG RIVER TAVERN
to be held Sunday 20th July, 2014
All interested persons welcome to attend
President: Mick Trussell 0427 813 502
Secretary: Michelle Lueth 0409 329 721
Ral Ral Avenue, Renmark
Supported By: Prize Sponsor:
The Community Achievement Awards highlight and reward the
valuable contribution our outstanding individuals, groups, businesses
and organisations make towards building stronger local communities
and a vibrant state.
The winner of each category will receive a share in $16,000 in
Everyday Accounts from the Commonwealth Bank.
Nominations close on Wednesday 30th July 2014
NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN
Send this coupon or contact us to receive detailed instructions on
how to nominate:
PO Box 1028, Kent Town SA 5071 Tel: 1300 008 504 Fax: 08 8132 0759
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Nominate online: www.awardsaustralia.com
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KO O KABURRA
Community Group of the Year Award
Alzheimer’s Australia South Australia
Dementia Care Excellence Award
Rural Doctors Workforce Agency
Rural Community Health and
Grandeur and Kookaburra Press
Angove Family Winemakers
Small Business Achievement Award
Hunt and Hunt Lawyers
Community Road Safety Award
Carer Achievement Award
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