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Phone Wonthaggi 5672 1888 or Korumburra 5655 1422
Contact Action Pumps Leongatha
on 5662 2692 or email
t 5671 3333 f 5671 3300
Pastoral Care Coordinator
Allied Health Services
Permanent Part Time Position
15 hours per week
Applications are invited from suitably
qualied persons who have:
• Tertiary qualications in religious studies,
theology, ministry or equivalent
• Proven ability to work across various faith
communities and respect the sensitivities
of all faith traditions and beliefs
• Proven ability to conduct recruitment,
training and supervision of volunteers
• Sound interpersonal communication,
listening and pastoral care counselling skills
The position requires an experienced Pastoral
Care worker to provide a professional pastoral
presence and recruit, train, supervise and
support Pastoral Volunteers at Bass Coast
Remuneration will be negotiated in
experience. Salary packaging is available.
Enquiries should be directed to Jackie
Goodman, Manager Allied Health Services &
Health Independence Program on 56713459.
Applications, including a cover letter, plus
a separate statement addressing the key
selection criteria plus a current CV, including
2 professional referees, should be directed
to Pat Grasby, HR Ofcer: pat.grasby@
Applications close 12noon,
Thursday February 2, 2017
Plant Maintenance Fitter
An excellent opportunity exists for a Plant
Maintenance Fitter in our Quarry at Phillip
Trade qualified with background in plant
maintenance is required and knowledge in
quarry plants and Electrical D Licence are
desired, along with great attitude, strong
work ethic and excellent communication
skills. You must be reliable, punctual & self-
Applications close Friday, February 10,
Please send your resume and cover
letter to the General Manager,
PO Box 309, Wonthaggi, 3995 or email
1st Year Apprentice
Edney's of Leongatha is seeking an apprentice Motor
mechanic to join its expanding Nissan/Hyundai
The successful applicant will be given the latest
dealership training throughout their employment while
working in a friendly, modern environment.
You will also have the opportunity to expand your skills
with RACV road service.
Forward hand written applications to:
Edney's Leongatha, Attention: Nick McRae,
PO Box 72, Leongatha 3953
Applications close Monday, January 30.
Eastern Victoria GP Training is seeking
applications for an Appointed Board Director
position (3 year tenure).
For further details refer to our website
Applications close February 17, 2017.
6 months, 2 days per week - casual
Experience in Quickbooks, payroll, BAS,
accounts payable/receivable and various
Please forward resume to:
Mr. Norm Burne, President Wonthaggi
Golf Club by Tuesday, January 31, 2017.
Nursery Position Vacant
Casual, 3 or 4 days, some weekend work.
Plant knowlege required.
Applications close Friday, January 27, 2017.
The Country Gardener Wonthaggi,
19 Inverloch Road, Wonthaggi, 3995.
Grade 3 Nursery Assistant
Spray Painter /
A qualified spray painter/production
employee position has become available for
a fit and highly motivated person to join the
team at HPC High Performance Coatings.
This position will be full time employment and
duties will include preparation/spray painting
and finishing of automotive components.
You can email your application to:
email@example.com or write to
HPC High Performance Coatings P/L,
6 Watson Road, Leongatha 3953.
must have experience
Call Frank for more details.
0407 343 744
Truck & Dog
All applicants must have a positive attitude
towards their work, creating a team
environment and developing their personal
(1st or 2nd year)
Providing fast, quality meals, our kitchen
also includes a strong trade through Hotel
Pizza. We require a reliable and punctual
person, who has the ability to learn,
motivation and a passion for cooking.
A full time or casual position exists for a
person with excellent knowledge in dough
and pizza making. Very busy environment
during the peak season. You will also be
required to work independently.
Please forward your CV, FAO Shandy to
HOSPITALITY CAREER -
Hotel PHILLIP ISLAND
Required for hospitality business in Cowes,
15-20 hours per week. Additional position
optional with linked business, increasing job
Must be proficient with MYOB. This role
incorporates book-keeping, pay roll &
general office duties.
Please email your resume FAO
Shandy to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Complete jobs listing online:
Q1. What made you want to be a Radiogra-
A1. I was always interested in science and
technical biology type things. I really enjoyed
biology at school. I stumbled on it as a career
and I looked into it. I thought it looked really
interesting and it was arranged for me to go and
spend a day in a hospital in London to see how it
all worked and I loved it. The rest is history. I’ve
been doing it now for 26 years.
Q2. What was involved in your training in
A2. It’s changed over the last 26 years, now
in England and Australia it’s a degree course.
When I did it, it was like an apprenticeship. You
worked at a hospital, you got paid and had mini-
mal holiday leave. All my friends at Uni were get-
ting three months off over summer. I got three
weeks. Now it’s degree based, it’s university
based you get your holidays but you don’t get
Q3. What would you say to someone who
wants to become a Radiographer?
A3. It’s a very good career. It’s very interest-
ing. You need to enjoy patient contact and to be
able to talk to people. You get to play with some
very fancy, expensive machines. You get to help
people. It can be a bit daunting because you are
often the first port of call for patients who have
got some bad news. They can ask you some very
awkward questions that you need to learn how
It’s also a lot of responsibility because you’re
playing with radiation. We are like the gatekeeper
and we need to decide whether it’s justified and
whether it’s allowed to be given. The buck stops
with us. It’s a great job for travel because in the
UK, Ireland, NZ and Australia they all recognise
each other’s qualifications. If you qualify in one
country you can work in the others.
Paul Wynne, Radiographer, Wonthaggi Hos-
How to be a radiographer
FOR people receiving benefits from the govern-
ment, or for those who are unemployed, it can
be difficult to know what your rights are as an
An Unemployed Workers Rights lunch and
workshop, to be held on Monday, February 6,
aims to equip people with all the knowledge and
information they need.
Event organiser, Jessica Harrison, said that the
purpose of the workshop was to educate people
about their rights while unemployed or receiving
support from the government.
“You have rights, you just need to know about
them,” Jessica said.
“We need a branch of the Australian Unem-
ployed Workers Union locally, and we hope this
event will be the first step.”
Valarie Farfalla and Owen Bennet from the Aus-
tralian Unemployed Workers Union will be on
hand at the workshop and meeting, to explain to
attendees what the union does, what an individ-
ual’s rights are, and how they can actively work
within the community to support one another.
“The debt debacle has put the spotlight on Cen-
trelink. Why are people receiving debt letters so
they are as guilty until proven innocent? Job Net-
works also make unfair demands,” Jessica said.
Jessica said that in regional areas, getting the
information and assistance that you need can be
“Smaller towns in our region have no perma-
nent offices, so people must attend pop up offices
or use phone and internet services to provide in-
formation and complete forms,” Jessica said.
Bass Coast Shire councillor, Geoff Ellis, is in
support of the idea.
“In a personal capacity, as a member of the
community, I strongly endorse the AUWU lunch/
workshop to be held in Wonthaggi,” Cr Ellis said.
“Whether you have a Centrelink debt and don’t
have the resources to disprove it, are expected to
look for 20 jobs a fortnight, or simply want to
know more about your rights, I urge you to at-
tend on February 6.”
The Unemployed Workers Rights lunch and
workshop will take place from 3pm on Mon-
day, February 6 at Mitchell Community House
Looking for a job?
Know your rights!
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