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Interchange Gippsland provides supports and services to people with
disabilities. We deliver community and in home supports that are
flexible, innovative and rewarding. We assist our participants to
access social inclusion activities, develop life skills and build
Community Access Worker - parental leave
We are seeking a motivated Community Access Worker to fill a 12
month parental leave position. The role is 3 days a week, fixed term
part-time working from our Wonthaggi office. Experience in personal
care is preferred.
We are seeking motivated and skilled individuals to join our team for
casual weekday and weekend work across South Gippsland and Bass
Coast Shires. Experience in personal care is preferred.
Volunteers from 14 years
We are seeking volunteers for our disability programs. Volunteers
provide peer support and guidance to participants on activities and
trips. Volunteering is a great way to gain experience and assist others
in our local community.
Further information on employment and volunteering is available
online at www.icg.asn.au. Interchange Gippsland is a ‘Child Safe’
organisation and successful applicants will be required to undergo
Applications close on Sunday 1st March 2016. Interviews for the
Community Access Worker role will be conducted on 7 & 8 March
2017. Inquires to Rebecca Massaro, Manager Respite and Support.
66 Commercial Rd, Morwell
70A Watt St, Wonthaggi
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Poowong Dairy and Hardware
Poowong Dairy and Hardware, has a
position vacant for a full time Sales person.
This is an exciting business that has been
running for three years. A small privately
owned business, Poowong Dairy &
Hardware has that honest country feel. We
are looking for a self-motivated person with
the willingness to work as part of a team and
also capable of working unsupervised. A
person willing to get involved with the local
community would be preferred.
Duties will include:
l Providing superior customer service and
l Retail sales
l Organising an efficient delivery service
l Stock control
l Data entry
l Inter branch duties
The successful applicant will have good
people skills, be willing to be part of a team
environment, as well as having the ability to
work unsupervised. Competent computer
skills are required, for both sales and
ordering. Experience in the dairy
retail/merchandise industry would be
preferred but is not essential. Forklift and
heavy truck licenses will be required and is
preferred. The position is for a five day week
plus Saturday mornings as part of a share
The successful applicant will receive a
suitable remuneration package in line with
the current award wage and experience. A
work telephone will be provided.
A hand written application with either a typed
or handwritten resume detailing your full
work history, two written references and two
phone referees, should be sent to;
Manager, Poowong Dairy and Hardware
17 Ranceby Road, Poowong, 3988
Or email email@example.com
Applications close on Friday, March 4,
2017. All applications will remain strictly
58 Yarragon Rd,
TEL: 5662 3973
FAX: 5662 3700
ABN: 59 404 753 169
We have a position available for an experienced
Diesel Technician to carry out field and
workshop repairs and maintenance for our
range of quality agricultural tractors, farm
equipment and secondhand machinery.
A diligent, self-motivated, suitably qualified and
experienced service person is required for our
busy, vibrant dealership. You must have a
current drivers license and the ability to work
independently and with a workshop team.
Factory training, overalls and salary
commensurate with experience.
If you are a great self starter who is looking for a
challenging and rewarding role, then we want to
talk to you.
All applications will be treated with the strictest
Please send your current resume to:
The Manager, Chapman Machinery Service
P/L, 58 Yarragon Road, Leongatha, 3953
or email to:
A well-known and long-time established
business based in South Gippsland is looking
for an Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
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:
General servicing and maintenance
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 player.
Please send your resume to
You can make enquiries to 5678 7463.
Bass Coast Adult Education Centre
FOUNDATION skills are the basic abilities
that underpin not only learning but daily life.
They are the essential reading, writing, numer-
acy and comprehension skills that allow us to
understand the world around us and give the
ability to learn further skills.
For many people, it can be a daily challenge
because they missed out learning these skills.
Bass Coast Adult Education Centre helps peo-
ple to fill these gaps in their learning with basic
Maths and English classes for adults. Classes
are friendly and welcoming, and there are no
minimum requirements to join. Many people
who have attended the courses have gone on to
do courses in their chosen career fields.
Enrolments are still open for BCAEC’s basic
Maths and English courses.
For more details, visit www.basscoastadult-
ed.org.au or call 5672 3115.
Wonthaggi Community Garden
IT SHOULD be a good apple season: both eat-
ers and cookers are looking good in the garden.
There’s a handful of grapes and the figs are
Sadly the precious watermelons are gone.
Some curious creature, animal or human, pulled
them clean out of the soil! Maybe next year!
There’s lots to see, learn and enjoy in the
community garden. And you’re invited to join in
on Thursday mornings from 10 to noon. Pop in
or contact the volunteer coordinator for more
information at wonthaggicommunitygarden@
THE University of the Third Age does not
examine its members nor issue certificates of
any kind. The emphasis is still on further edu-
cation, with participant satisfaction and enter-
tainment, but without any of the pressures of
formal education. All courses are facilitated by
U3A is largely self-funded. The Wonthaggi
branch of U3A, for example, raises 70 per cent
of its operating costs from members’ subscrip-
tions, donations, and fundraisers (like the Sau-
sage Sizzle outside Bunnings).
This year, U3A Wonthaggi’s annual subscrip-
tion has been raised to $50, an increase of $5,
to offset the ever-rising cost of operation. For
this modest fee, members will this year have
the choice of 25 courses and can attend five
days a week if they wish.
For details, check www.u3awonthaggi.org.au
or www.facebook.com/WonthaggiU3A, or phone
5674 2419 or 5674 3840.
THE carving group is steadily growing on Fri-
day mornings. Participants are guided through
the process from the beginning sketch to the
finished product. Currently the group are
working on animal themed pieces.
The Monday and Friday woodturning ses-
sions are almost full so get in quick if you
would like to be involved.
For information about joining the Woodcraft-
ers, visit www.wonthaggiwoodcrafters.com.au or
pop in to the workshop on a Monday or Friday.
Adult education at The Jean Melzer Centre
GLUTEN Free Chocolate Brownies and
Cookies: Who can resist them? Join great cook
Janine Lynch and learn how to make these
delicious treats in a jiffy. Recipes and tasting
included on Saturday, February 18 from 2 to
4pm. Calling 5672 3731 to book.
CARD Making Projects: Wouldn’t it be nice
to make beautiful and unique cards for your
family and friends? Learn how at the monthly
sessions starting Tuesday, February 21 from
12.30 to 3.30pm.
Bookings are essential, call 5672 3731.
DRU Yoga: Works on body, mind and spirit
to rejuvenate your whole being. It is a graceful
and dynamic form of yoga, using flowing move-
ments, directed breathing and visualisation. A
six-week course starts Tuesday, February 21
from 7 to 8.15pm or Friday, February 24 from
5.15 to 6.30pm. To enrol, contact Robyn Col-
lins on 0423 237 003.
PLAYGROUND Launch: Join in the fun! It’s
all happening on Wednesday, February 22
from 11am onwards. Bring your little ones to
try out the new play equipment and more be-
sides, with free balloons, fairy bread and face
painting. Tea and cake for the ‘older ones’.
COMMUNITY Councillor Catch Ups: Hap-
pens on the last Friday of the month. This one
will be Friday, February 24 from 1 to 3pm.
Pop in to ‘Catch Up’ with Bunurong and
Westernport Ward councillors. Drop in for a
cuppa and a chat or ‘catch up’ on an issue with
your local representatives.
BLACK Comedy Night: Join in on Friday,
February 24 from 7 to 8.30pm for a night of
fun and laughter with select viewings of the
ABC’s Black Comedy series. Cornettos sup-
plied. Call 5672 3731 to book.
HOME Decorating to Suit All Budgets - Free
Introductory Night: On Monday, February 27
from 7 to 8.30pm, learn all about the use of
space, colour and balance to bring new life to
A professional Home Decorator will give
you tips on how to make the most of what you
have, bringing together the old and the new to
get the look you want. There are three more
classes in March. Bookings are essential so
call 5672 3731.
TO become involved at the WNC, or share
your ideas, pop into the house between 9.30
and 3pm, Monday to Thursday and 9.30am to
1pm on Fridays.
Wonthaggi Neighbourhood Centre
Community House News
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