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Phone Wonthaggi 5672 1888 or Korumburra 5655 1422
PROOF WITH COSTING
Gippsland Women's Health (GWH) is
seeking enthusiastic and highly motivated
individuals to join our team. Working within a
family violence reform framework, the roles
require an understanding of the nature and
dynamics of family violence, an ability to
work collaboratively and effectively in a
multidisciplinary setting and well developed
Flexible working arrangements and an
attractive salary packaging option is
available to the successful candidates. The
positions will be based in Sale and require
the capacity to travel throughout the
Family Violence B-Safe
Part-time (.6 EFT) Fixed Term 12 month
This position provides an exciting
opportunity to be instrumental in the
planning, implementation and evaluation of
the B-Safe personal alarm system that
provides a risk management option for
women and children who have been
assessed at a high to extreme risk of family
Violence Project Worker
Part-time (.6 EFT) Fixed Term 12 month
This position provides an exciting
opportunity to support the Gippsland FV
Regional Integration Coordinator to
implement the recommendations of the
Family Violence Royal Commission and the
Ending Family Violence Victoria's Plan for
Applications must address the Key Selection
Criteria contained in the Position
Descriptions which are available at
www.gwhealth.asn.au by telephoning GWH
on 5143 1600 or at email@example.com
Applications should be addressed to
the Chief Executive Officer, Gippsland
Women's Health, PO Box 664, Sale,
3850, marked Private and Confidential.
Applications close 5pm, Friday, March 3,
Women only need apply: GWH has an Equal
Opportunity Exemption No: H60/2013
Full Time position to commence ASAP
We are seeking an enthusiastic and
experienced Grade 1 Occupational Therapist
to join our team at Bass Coast Health.
The team provides a range of services to
acute, sub-acute, aged care, community
rehabilitation, outpatient and home-based
You will demonstrate:
• High quality assessment and treatment
• Well-developed communication skills
• A commitment to person-centred care and
evidence based practice
• Registration with AHPRA
• Current driver ’s licence
• Current police check
For further information please contact
Anthea Donohue on 5671 3343.
Applications, addressing the key selection
criteria and including a cover letter and 2
professional referrees should be addressed
to Pat Grasby, Human Resources Email:
Applications close 12noon on Tuesday,
March 14, 2017.
t 5671 3333 f 5671 3300
We are seeking an enthusiastic Mental Health
Clinician with highly developed interpersonal skills
and a commitment to excellence to work within the
Continuing Care Team based at Wonthaggi, for a
fixed term period from 20 March 2017 until 12 May
The successful candidate will be required to carry
out the full range of tasks required of a Community
Clinician, including the provision of a comprehensive
assessment of needs for each service user, their
families and carers. You will be required to develop
and maintain collaborative Recovery Plans.
For further details please contact Geoff King Team
Manager South Gippsland Mental Health Service on
telephone (03) 5671 4500.
Applications close 10 March 2017
The successful applicant will be required to apply for
and satisfactorily obtain National Police Check and a
Working With Children Check.
To find out more about the exciting opportunities
available at LRH, please visit the Careers section of our
Bass Coast Adult Education Centre
FEBRUARY has been a very busy month at
BCAEC with lots of courses starting including:
• Certificate II in Hospitality and Tourism
• Certificate II in Salon Assistant (Hair)
• Certificate II in Horticulture
• Maths and English for Adults
• English as an additional language
The good news is that there are still places
available in all of these courses but you will
need to hurry before it’s too late.
For more information on any of BCAEC’s
courses and services, visit www.basscoast-
adulted.org.au or call 5672 3115.
Wonthaggi Community Garden
THE garden became an open air classroom
last Thursday, when a group of Bass Coast
Adult Education horticulture students toured
and mapped the space.
They were also able to chat to the regular
volunteer workers and watch the workers pro-
cess compost, weed and harvest vegies. It was a
gentle introduction to their horticulture studies
at the centre.
Other visitors included a group from Wont-
haggi based disability service Connecting Skills
Visitors are always welcome. You can join
in on a Thursday between 10am and noon, or
contact the garden coordinator at wonthaggi-
U3A Wonthaggi member/students are now
back in learning mode, after the unusually long
summer break, with several of the 25 available
classes fully subscribed.
As the year progresses, however, it is nor-
mal for a few vacancies to occur, so those who
missed a place in a preferred class at the begin-
ning of Term 1 should check with the class co-
ordinator (Tutor) regarding possible vacancies.
Of course, new members can join U3A at any
time during the school year, up to and including
Term 4, with reduced subscriptions as the year
For details regarding U3A activities and
courses, check www.u3awonthaggi.org.au or
www.facebook.com/WonthaggiU3A, or phone
5674 2419 or 5674 3840.
LAST weekend, a group of around 10 mem-
bers made a trip to Tooradin to view a demon-
stration on finishing.
The presentation was by Ian Robinson,
known throughout the woodturning fraternity
The members will bring back the new finish-
ing techniques and add them to their wood-
For information about joining the Woodcraft-
ers, visit www.wonthaggiwoodcrafters.com.au
or pop in to the workshop on a Monday or Fri-
Community House News
Adult education at The Jean Melzer Centre
‘WELCOME to our town’ Morning Tea: Are you new
to our town or even been here for a while and want to
meet other friendly folk? Then come along and share
a cuppa and collect your free ‘Welcome to our town’
DVD on Wednesday, March 1 from 10.30am.
ASTHMA in your hands: On Wednesday, March 11,
from 10.30 to 11.30am, join qualified Shiatsu thera-
pist Marjorie Jane Scott for an informative workshop
helping you to open your lungs and enhance your
breathing capacity. Call 5672 3731 to book.
INTERNATIONAL Women’s Day Lunch: Join
in for a light lunch and share your reflections on
the changing role of women today on Wednesday,
March 1 from 12.30pm.
HOME Decorating to Suit All Budgets: The
second session is on Monday, March 6 from
7-8.30pm. Learn all about the use of space, colour
and balance to bring new life to your place.
A professional home decorator will give you tips
on how to make the most of what you have, bring-
ing together the old and the new to get the look you
want. There are two more classes in March. Book-
ings are essential so call 5672 3731.
WET Felting Workshop: This is a craf which is
centuries old. Join Janice Graham on Wednesday,
March 15 from 10.30-12.30pm and learn how to
make lovely flowers using pure dyed Merino wool.
Materials and tools supplied.
Call 5672 3731 to book.
THE Pop Up ‘Youth Space Place’: If you are a
young person 12yrs - 18yrs, there is a place for
you to meet up, listen to music and just ‘kick back’
with a snack or two. Free sausages or ‘toasties’ and
drinks are on the go! Just drop in on Wednesdays
from 4-7pm at the Community Shed (next to Rail
Trail off Big W).
TO become involved at the WNC, or share your
ideas, pop into the house between 9.30am and
3pm Monday to Thursday and 9.30am to 1pm on
Wonthaggi Neighbourhood Centre
THE Small Business Victoria Workshop, Effective
Business Networking, is scheduled for the evening
of Wednesday, March 1 at Milpara in Korumburra.
Aren’t cupcakes amazing! They taste delicious
and are quick and easy to make. Learn to turn a
humble cupcake into something truly beautiful at
a Cup Cake Decorating workshop.
Tanja will demonstrate how to make Italian me-
ringue icing and then teach you a variety of differ-
ent decorating techniques.
You’ll head home with some new skills and four
yummy cupcakes you’ve decorated in different designs.
MILPARA is hosting a hands-on Pasta Making
workshop on Thursday, March 9 where you’ll
learn the tricks of using a pasta machine.
Make plain or colourful flavoured flat pasta to
take home. A shared lunch of pasta is included in
A SPECIAL flower arranging workshop using
seasonal flowers and foliage from the garden is
Bring along your flowers, evergreen foliage and
a container and you’ll learn about preparation, co-
lours and shape.
With a little know-how, your arrangements will high-
light the natural beauty and celebrate your garden.
If you don’t have access to flowers, that’s not a
problem. Let Milpara know, and there’ll be some
keen gardeners who can help.
CONSTRUCTION Induction is being offered on
March 16. Please enrol as soon as possible for this
course so Milpara can confirm numbers.
Also coming up is Level 2 First Aid and CPR on
For bookings and enquiries, call Milpara on
Milpara Community House
Leongatha Secondary College is seeking to
appoint a Chief Exam Supervisor responsible
for the conduct of VCE Exams and the General
Achievement Test (GAT).
In 2017 the GAT will be held on Wednesday,
June 14 while the November Exam Period
runs from November, Wednesday 1 – Friday,
November 24, 2017.
A training day for new Chief Supervisors will also
be provided in May.
For further information and a position
description please contact the College Principal
Wayne Chester, phone: 5662 4333
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