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13 04 2021 agenda and reports youth council

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YC3 JOBS & EDUCATION Getting your L’s JAN 20 TH FEB 16 TH 20 bookings, 18 attended & passed. 4 volunteers 19 bookings, 17 attended & passed. 5 volunteers Getting Your L’s is a one day workshop

2019 agenda and reports innovation and business development sub committee 4264353

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for, the way we expect to treat each other and the way we conduct our business and identify behaviours which act to prevent individuals from doing their job. 4.2 The nature of discussions throughout

Suppliers tendering guide v3

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for work on Council contracts (assesses the overall percentage of labour hours / FTE jobs in the Northern Region); Nov 2014 INFORMATION FOR SUPPLIERS � � � Opportunities for social inclusion

FINAL Annual Report 2021 22 Low Res

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to the region, including Noumed Pharmaceuticals, which is building an $85 million manufacturing plant that will create 250 jobs during construction and 180 ongoing roles. As we look forward to 2022/23 our

Web salisbury seniors issue 18 october 2019 to january 2020

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care providers must meet? Most people know what good care and support feels like - staff are friendly and respectful, you feel cared for by people who know their jobs, you feel able to talk to someone

FINAL Salisbury Aware Issue 71 August 2023 v1 WEB

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to the base and sides of the pools in preparation for tiling. This project has created 90 jobs during construction with 27 ongoing jobs to be created upon the project’s completion. Plans indicate

14 11 2016 agenda and reports strategic and international partnerships sub committee

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that supports community wellbeing, is globally oriented and creates job opportunities. 4.1 Strengthen partnerships that enable us to better address our community’s priorities. This report provides an overview

06 12 2016 agenda and reports strategic and international partnerships sub committee

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a thriving business sector that supports community wellbeing, is globally oriented and creates job opportunities. 4.1 Strengthen partnerships that enable us to better address our community’s priorities

16042024 Agenda and Reports Innovation and Business Development Committee

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margin, which is not applicable in local government. The costs of the additional internal machinery are fully costed over 12 months, whereas a contractor can cost machinery to other jobs when it’s

Street Trees Asset Management Plan Version 4b March 2015

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implementation. Data entry on a job by job (maintenance) basis is handled via several staff within Councils Business Support division. CITY OF SALISBURY – STREET TREES ASSET MANAGEMENT PLAN - 30 - 7.2

06 06 2016 agenda and reports budget and finance committee

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oriented and creates job opportunities. 2.4 Have urban and natural spaces that are adaptive to future changes in climate. 3.1 Be an adaptive community that embraces change and opportunities. SUMMARY

19 03 2018 agenda and reports works and services committee

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: �� �� �� �� �� �� �� �� �� �� �� �� Free or low cost Foundation Skills courses; Free or low cost Work Ready courses; Workplace essentials courses; Job Search courses Adult Community Education funded programs

2018 minutes council assessment panel 4020981

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and tidy state. DPTI Conditions 4. The access points to Port Wakefield Road shall be modified in accordance with the Angelyn Building Designs Site Plan, Job No. 21/16, dated 13 June 2018. 5. All

12 08 2019 agenda and reports strategic and international partnerships sub committee

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Have a thriving business sector that supports community wellbeing, is globally oriented and creates job opportunities. 4.1 Strengthen partnerships that enable us to better address our community’s

20022024 Agenda and Reports Innovation and Business Development Committee

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• Indigenous businesses / Indigenous employment • Percentage of local Northern based employees • Work place experience & on the job training • Offering employment opportunities • Trainee / apprenticeship

Community perceptions 2020 final for website

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management / control over parking offences Better communication 5% 5% A community bus 4% No, 62% Support to businesses / job creation Services and regulations around dogs & other animals 4% 3% No, 41% Clean up

Building Asset Management Plan Version 4b March 2015

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responsible for its implementation. Data entry on a job by job (maintenance) basis is handled via several staff within Councils Business Support division. Required changes to asset management system arising

Parks Streetscapes Asset Management Plan Version 4b March 2015

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Business Support division and has a full time coordinator responsible for its implementation. Data entry on a job by job (maintenance) basis is handled via several staff within Councils Business Support

2017 agenda and reports policy and planning committee 3624504

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piece of work for this team will be to host an employment expo focusing on skills of resume writing, cover letters, presentation and interview skills. Youth Council will partner with local job service

Annual Report 2013-2014

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, and this will help to create new growth opportunities and jobs for local people. I have enormous pride in calling Salisbury home and one of my most enjoyable activities during the past year has been to attend