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Partnerships are key to growth

Goal Indigenous Services has entered into a 36-month contract with Darwin Port Operations to deliver provision of ground maintenance services across Darwin Port Facilities.

Goal Indigenous Services has entered into a 36-month contract with Darwin Port Operations to deliver provision of ground maintenance services across Darwin Port Facilities. These locations are to be mowed, edged, trimmed, pruned and fertilised at a specified frequency or when required by the Darwin Port.

As part of this contract Goal Indigenous Services will:

· Employ indigenous people where possible to deliver the services – to date Goal Indigenous Services has employed five indigenous employees to this project.

· Utilise local suppliers for any consumables such as mulch, fertiliser, and fuel.

· Purchase equipment such as lawn mowers and line trimmers from local distributors – Goal has purchased all of its equipment from a local supplier in Darwin.

· Provide employees access to a traineeship program where available.

Growing any business gives us the opportunity to provide more employment for indigenous men and women. Here at Goal we are committed to providing long term, sustainable jobs.

With five clients around Darwin ranging from civil construction, building and ground maintenance, Goal has placed more than twenty people into jobs over the past twelve months.

We thank all of our clients for partnering with Goal to help close the gap in indigenous employment. Collectively we can make a difference.

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Before signing up to Goal VTEC, I had been job searching for three months. Within two months of registering with Goal VTEC, I successfully gained a cleaning role with a major project in the civil construction space. That opportunity led to being offered a full time Certificate III Civil Construction Apprenticeship which I’m excited about.

Robert Dworak-Harrison,