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Dairy Farm Manager
Caldermeade Farm and Café, Lang Lang
350 cow dairy herd with 50 unit computerised rotary,
suitable for couple or single.
Applicant must be experienced or willing to learn:
l Milking and staff supervision
l Heat detection and artificial breeding
l Herd Health
l Calving down cows
l Calf Rearing
l Pasture production and irrigation
l Knowledge in tractors and machinery
Applicant must be positive, self-motivated, business
oriented, reliable and have a love of dairy farming.
A high level of support will be offered with professional
3 BR house is supplied with package. Close to schools.
Only 1 hour south east of Melbourne.
Attractive salary, negotiable on experience. Referees
Expressions of interest close Friday, January 15, 2016.
For position description contact: Tim Jelbart
0418 314 312 or email@example.com
• Ongoing part time
• Morning & Afternoon shift - Monday to Friday
• Located at Korumburra
• $24.39 per hour plus super
Enquiries Bruce Gardiner, Local Laws Coordinator on
Applications close Wednesday 6 January 2016
Please refer to our website
www.southgippsland.vic.gov.au for a position
description and further information on how to apply.
PROOF WITH COSTING
We are currently looking for a motivated Cleaner/ Detailer
to join our team at Inverloch Marine.
Your daily duties will be many and varied and will include:
l Cleaning and preparing of new and used boats,
caravans and cars for visual display
l General tasks around the dealership when necessary.
To be considered for this role, you will have the following
experience and skills:
l Current drivers licence
l Good communication skills
l Strong work ethic
l Ability to work in a team
l Own transport
l Common sense and a can do attitude along with
willingness to get your hands dirty
To be successful for this role you will need to be reliable,
motivated and physically fit.
Send your resume and covering letter to:
PROOF WITH COSTING
Front of House -
We are currently seeking experienced waitressing staff to
work in our award winning bistro. You must be available to
work a minimum of 15 hours for lunch shifts.
Please forward resume and reference to:
Best Bistro - Regional
Korumburra Hotel - Korumburra
proudly presented by
Bottle Shop Attendants
New business / Phillip Island
l Casual position, RSA essential, hours: day, evening and
l Casual position, no RSA required, hours: after school.
Apply via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 0447 787 589
PROOF TO SOMMER
A well-known and long-time established business based
in South Gippsland is looking for an Air Conditioning and
We are based close to Phillip Island. The successful
candidate will be required to maintain and repair
industrial, commercial and domestic air conditioning and
refrigeration systems and equipment.
Preferably fully qualified and licensed. Can be in the last
year of apprenticeship.
Required duties will include:
l General servicing and maintenance
l Fault diagnosis and rectification
We seek a person with good communication skills and
strong references. We require a person who works with a
high regard to safety and someone who works as a team
Please send your resume to email@example.com
You can make enquiries to 5678 7463.
Carinya Lodge Homes Inc.
Inc. No. 0024040T
A.B.N. 53 593 064 006
Carinya Crescent, Korumburra, 3950.
Telephone: 5655 2125
Facsimile: 5658 1624
Carinya Lodge is currently seeking a passionate and
knowledgeable RN who would is available to work
evening shifts and some weekends in an in charge role.
The role involves supervision of staff, coordination of
care, and reviewing clinical outcomes to ensure the best
possible outcomes for the care recipients at Carinya
The person in this role will also have the opportunity to
work in the Clinical Managers role during periods of
management leave relief.
The right person will be a team player, great
communicator and be caring and empathetic. A person
who cares for their own professional development and
the development of others will be highly desirable.
A genuine interest in aged care is a must.
Please contact Belinda Egan, Clinical & Human
Resource Manager on 5655 2115 or
firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to know
more about this role.
For a copy of the position description please contact
administration on 5655 2125 or
Please send applications and cover letter to
Belinda Egan, Carinya Crescent, Korumburra 3950
or email to email@example.com
Applications close Monday 18th January 2016
School Administrative Assistant
Fixed term for 2016 school year.
Part-Time 2 days per week
Applicants must have a strong administration
background and be fully supportive of the objectives
and ethos of Catholic Education.
A position description and selection criteria can be
obtained by emailing
Applications close Friday 8th January 5.00pm
Complete jobs listing online:
THE Southern Business Women’s Network intro-
duced a new scholarship award for students across the
region’s secondary colleges recently.
The $200 ‘Young Women Leadership Initiative Award’
was presented to a Year 11 student who was a high
achiever in community involvement, leadership, com-
munity mindedness and attitude towards schooling
“We believe that it is important to assist young women
realise that they can be, do and have anything they be-
lieve in and that starting their own business is not just
a dream but can be a reality,” SBWN president Megan
The winners were presented with an award at the fi-
nal school presentations and will be invited to speak at
one of the network’s upcoming dinners.
Right: Southern Business Women’s Network Pres-
ident Megan Vuillermin congratulates the Leongatha
Secondary College award recipient Nikki Stockdale.
Young women given a boost
VCE students who received their ATAR
results this week are being urged to con-
sider signing up for an apprenticeship or
traineeship to kick-start their careers.
“The employment outlook for appren-
tices and trainees is very strong, with
85.5 per cent employed six months after
they complete their training,” Appren-
ticeship Support Australia VIC General
Manager, Kristian McCarthy, said.
“And the future is even brighter for
those in the technical or trade industries,
such as electricians, bricklayers and
panel-beaters, with 91.4 per cent em-
ployed after completing their ‘earn-while-
you-learn’ apprenticeship qualifications.”
Mr McCarthy said it’s important for
young graduates to understand where
the jobs are and what employers are
looking for when selecting careers path-
“The Victorian Skills Gateway is a han-
dy source of information about the cur-
rent skills in demand in this State and
the training needed to qualify, and also
about the courses that have costs subsi-
dised by Government to help fill industry
“Under the Australian Government’s
Apprenticeship Support Network pro-
gram, training is also backed by ongoing
mentoring and support from experts to
ensure participants have the best chance
“Many young people think that univer-
sity attendance is the only prescription
for a successful career, but there are
literally hundreds of vocational training
pathways that can lead to interesting and
often lucrative occupations.
“Once an apprenticeship or trainee-
ship is completed graduates are often
offered a permanent position with a well-
defined career path, competitive income
and they may even be prepared to start
a business of their own, boosting local
“I urge VCE graduates to ensure they
have thoroughly explored the opportuni-
ties afforded by a vocational education
before making that final decision to sign
up for further training of any kind.”
For more information on apprentice-
ship and traineeship packages and skills
in demand go to www.apprenticeship-
VCE graduates urged:
WORKSAFE is reminding Victorian
builders to ensure their construction
sites are safe and secure during the holi-
days to prevent unauthorised access and
potential injury to the public.
Poorly secured construction sites can
pose risks to members of the public,
particularly inquisitive children looking
for adventure over the school holidays.
Risks can include falls from partially
built structures and scaffolding, live elec-
trical power, open excavations or build-
ing waste and rubble.
WorkSafe Executive Director of Health
and Safety, Marnie Williams, said simple
site clean-ups and security measures
would go a long way in ensuring public
safety over the summer break.
“Builders with sites in close proximity
to homes, parks or recreational areas
need to be vigilant about site safety and
security during this time and manage
risks appropriately,” she said.
“It could be as simple as planning a
time to ensure a thorough clean-up of the
site is completed and ensuring appropri-
ate fencing is in place,” she said.
Ms Williams said builders should be
proactive and plan to have sites ready for
the holiday shutdown.
“We’d encourage builders not to leave
site shutdown tasks to the last minute as
things can be overlooked when a task is
being rushed,” she said.
“The last thing anyone wants is for
someone to be injured at their site, espe-
cially when it could have been avoided.”
Builders can reduce risks to the public
• Securing access points with locks or
other mechanical means to deter people,
• Bracing or securing boundary fencing
so it cannot be pushed or blown over
• Blocking gaps under fences and gates
so they cannot be crawled under
• Ensuring electrical safety by turning
off the main switch and securing the main
switchboard to prevent access
• Bracing and securing partially con-
structed building elements such as walls
and roofs to withstand strong winds and
• Securing or removing roofing sheets
and other loose materials that have the po-
tential to turn into missiles in strong winds
• Backfilling excavations or, if they are
required to remain open, making sure
they are covered or secured
• Removing unwanted or accumulated
construction materials and waste
For further information about con-
struction safety, go to worksafe.vic.gov.
Lock up safe
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