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Headway Gippsland is seeking casual
workers for shifts in the Wonthaggi and
surrounding districts to assist people with
acquired brain injury to remain independent
in their home and in the community.
l Applicants will need to have Certificate 1V
in Disability or higher qualification
l A current First Aid Certificate
l A current Police Check, less than 6
months of age
l A current drivers licence is also essential
for this role
If you would like to join our team of
support workers, please do not hesitate
to send your application and resume to:
PO Box 117, Moe, 3825 or email
If you would like a job description for this role,
please phone 5127 7166.
Applications close February 27, 2017.
Headway Gippsland supports people with a
disability who are attending a social/
recreational program in Wonthaggi each
Monday between 10am and 2pm.
We are seeking a number of volunteers to
assist participants during the program by
sharing of your experiences and skills.
As a volunteer you would be supported by
the program co-ordinators and be able to
learn new skills, fill in some of your spare
time, gain a sense of achievement and
fulfillment knowing that you are making a
difference in people's lives.
For an application form, please contact
our office on 5127 7166 or email
More information about Headway Gippsland
can be found on our website at
t 5671 3333 f 5671 3300
Appointments to the board of
directors of public health
services, public hospitals and
Health Purchasing Victoria
Department of Health and
The Minister for Health, the Hon Jill Hennessy
MP, is pleased to invite applications for
part time board positions of public health
services, public hospitals (including multi
purpose services and early parenting
centres) and Health Purchasing Victoria with
terms of ofce commencing from July 1,
The Victorian Government is committed to
ensuring every Victorian receives safe and
high quality healthcare. Applicants must be
able to demonstrate and provide evidence
in support of the skills they identify in their
These positions provide an exciting
opportunity for suitably qualied and
experienced persons to contribute and
provide high level advice on the delivery
of public health care to the Victorian
The Victorian Government has also
committed to ensuring government
boards and committees broadly mirror the
diversity present in Victoria’s communities.
This includes appropriate representation
of women, regional Victorians, Aboriginal
people, young Victorians, Victoria’s culturally
diverse community, the LGBTI community
and Victorians living with a disability.
Applications close at midnight Sunday,
February 19, 2017.
Further information including how to
apply, please visit www.health.vic.gov.au/
Salary: Per hour
Hours: Full time position/ 40 hours per week
Location: Based in Leongatha (must be willing
Key responsibilities & duties:
Shield Master is an industry leader, looking to
expand in the roofing industry. We are currently
seeking an experienced roof plumber for south
Gippsland and surrounding areas. Applicants
MUST be able to perform all aspects of metal
l Penalties apply
l Overtime available
l Long term position
l Opportunities to advance
l Great rates
To be successful in your application you will
l Valid white card
l Basic understanding of hand tools
l Current driver's licence
l Physical fitness
l Available weekends
l Sound commitment to OH&S
Applications and enquires to:
Luke Jones/Phil Jones 5662 5553
or forward resumes to
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Permanent Part Time - Hours negotiable
A position has become available for a
motivated Detailer, experience preferred but
not essential - to join our team at Inverloch
Your duties will be many and varied and will
l Cleaning and preparing of new and used
boats, caravans and cars for display
l General cleaning tasks around the
dealership when necessary
To be considered for this role, you will need
to have the following experience and skills:
l Current driver’s licence, own transport
l Good communication skills, strong work
ethic, ability to work in a team and follow
l Common sense and a can do attitude
along with a willingness to get your hands
As this is a physically demanding job a high
level of fitness is required.
Send your resume and covering letter to
Holistic Day Care Worker
Required to work in a homely small group environment
with under 5 year olds.
l Inverloch / Kongwak area
l Qualification: Diploma in Education & Care or eqv
l Hours: 0.4 time frame
l Driver’s licence essential.
Contact Melissa at email@example.com
for further job description.
Applications close 5pm Friday, February 24, 2017.
West Gippsland Regional Library Corporation
For a position description visit
Applications close Friday 17
The WGRLC is committed to the safety
and wellbeing of children.
Advertise your job vacancy in the
Sentinel-Times and get a FREE listing in our new online and
searchable interactive job vacancy directory at www.sgst.com.au
Email your job adverts to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone Wonthaggi 5672 1888 or Korumburra 5655 1422
Complete jobs listing online:
Bass Coast Adult Education Centre
THIS year sees the introduction of two new
Certificate level courses at BCAEC. Certifi-
cate II in salon assistant (Hair) gives students
an ideal opportunity to get into the hair and
beauty industry, and finish with a nationally
Another new addition for 2017 is Certificate
II in Horticulture. This course is the perfect
first step to working in landscaping, garden-
ing or land management.
The popular dual Certificate II in Hospital-
ity and Tourism is offered again this year plus
the Certificate III for people who have com-
pleted the Certificate II and want to take their
skills to the next level.
There will be an enrolment day this Thurs-
day, February 9 from 11am. All are welcome
to come and discuss their training and learn-
For more information on any of BCAEC’s
course and services, visit www.basscoast-
adulted.org.au or call 5672 3115.
Wonthaggi Community Garden
WE know it’s peak summer when school
goes back and the first sweetcorn is ripe and
ready to pick. Corn cannot be rushed but
the intense flavour of home grown, straight
from the garden sweetcorn is always worth
Wonthaggi’s community garden, located on
the Bass Coast Adult Education Centre cam-
pus, is perfect for growing summer favourites
like corn, beans and tomatoes. It boasts am-
ple northerly sunshine, on- site compost and
accessible tank water. Plus there are plenty of
opportunities to share garden knowledge and
help each other.
Join the gardeners for a casual visit on
Thursdays from 10am to noon, or ask about
becoming a member, volunteer or plot holder.
Contact email wonthaggicommunitygar-
WONTHAGGI University of the Third Age
had its registration day last Thursday, and
welcomed over 180 participates – a new re -
There is still time to join however. If you’re
no longer working full time, a single joining
fee will give you access to classes includ-
ing Book Clubs, Choir, Computer Coding,
Craftaholics, Cryptic Crosswords, Current
Affairs, Drama, European History, Gardening
Club, History of Australian Art, Italian, Mah
Jong Club, Memoir Writing, Painting, Physical
Geography, Polar Exploration, Shakespeare,
Yoga and much more.
For details regarding U3A activities and
courses, check www.u3awonthaggi.org.au or
www.facebook.com/WonthaggiU3A, or tele -
phone 5674 2419 or 5674 3840.
THE Woodies’ annual Christmas gift shop
was a big success, not only in items sold and
funds raised but also because it attracted sev-
eral new members who attended for the first
time last week.
All the regular sessions are back, including
woodturning, scrollsaw and furniture mak-
ing. A new carving group has started on Fri-
To join the Woodcrafters, visit www.won-
thaggiwoodcrafters.com.au or pop in to the
workshop on a Monday or Friday.
Adult education at
The Jean Melzer Centre
HAVE you ever wanted to learn how to play
Well stop thinking about it and come to Mil-
para Community House in Korumburra’s Be-
ginners Group Guitar course.
Over seven weeks Maria will show you the
basics, starting on Wednesday, February 15.
This class suits all ages, bring your own guitar
COMPUTER classes cater from basics to
those looking at further developing their skills.
MS Excel and or MS Word is a course to fill
in your gaps from basic to advanced. You will
work at your own pace supported by a quali-
This course runs for over six Tuesday morn-
ings commencing February 21.
Milpara also has Computers for Beginners
starting the same day, or Computers beyond
Basics starting February 15.
All computer classes are small to allow the
tutor to support learners individually.
ARE you interested in Family History or in-
trigued by the new DNA tests and how they can
extend your research?
If so, don’t miss the two -session course run-
ning on Mondays, February 20 and 27.
Learn the skills to make a beautiful and
unique hooked rug from recycled fabrics on
Saturday, March 25.
Bring your own lunch for this one day work-
DON’T forget you can get a full list of what
is on offer at Milpara Community House from
milparacommunityhouse.org.au or call the
friendly staff and volunteers. For bookings and
further information call 5655 2524.
Milpara Community House
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