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Phone Wonthaggi 5672 1888 or Korumburra 5655 1422
PROOF WITH COSTING
Chief Executive Officer
Gippsland Women's Health (GWH) is a not
for profit, independent, regional health
promotion service run by women, for
women, based on the social model of health.
The organisation works within a feminist
framework to engage with women,
communities, service providers and
Government to promote and enhance the
health and wellbeing of women across
GWH has an exciting leadership opportunity
for a Chief Executive Officer.
The successful applicant will have strong
knowledge of, and commitment to, women's
health policy and the ability to work as a
leader within a team environment. They will
hold a tertiary qualification in management,
social sciences, health or a related field and
demonstrated senior management
experience in a comparable organisation.
The position is based in Sale, but will require
travel throughout Gippsland and to
A position description can be found at
Women need only apply for this position.
Gippsland Women's Health has an Equal
Opportunity Exemption No: H60/2013.
The applicant should prepare a cover
letter, resume and response to key
selection criteria and email to Wendy
Reeves, Board Chair, Gippsland
Women's Health at
Applications close Friday, April 7, 2017.
PROOF WITH COSTING
An exciting role exists within the Barro Group
for a Quarry Supervisor at Mountain View
You will possess the following attributes:
l Minimum Cert 4 in Surface Extraction or
be prepared to undertake training in Cert 4
l Extensive experience in quarrying
operations (particularly in a sand pit)
l Be hands-on including competency to
operate mobile and fixed plant
l Proactive in safety and environmental
l Excellent communication skills with an
ability to build a strong and cohesive team
l Determination and commitment to meet
the Company's objectives
l Ability to organise and implement
l High level of self motivation
To be successful in this role you will have
gained your operational experience from the
“ground-up”, starting as either a plant
operator, trades person or graduate
engineer, and you will have since held one or
more supervisory roles.
This is an excellent opportunity to use your
skills and take overall accountability for day-
Forward application, with resume, to:
General Manager, Barro Group Pty Ltd
PO Box 663, Carlton South, Vic, 3053.
Fax: 9663 2555
We are an equal opportunity employer
Country Fresh Herbs Pty Ltd
Country Fresh Herbs is located on Phillip
Island and currently supplies fresh herbs to
some of the major supermarket chains in
We currently have a vacancy for the senior
role of Assistant Manager.
The focus of the role is in the financial and
quality areas of the operation.
Ideally it would suit someone with a strong
financial training/focus and a good
understanding of the principles of quality
assurance in the food industry.
Being a small business the role of the
Assistant Manager is quite diverse in nature
and needs someone with all round skills as
well as a ‘hands on’ approach.
A position description for the position is
available on request (phone 5952 5988) and
applications close on Monday, April 10,
Applications should be emailed to:
or mailed to PO Box 127, Cowes, 3922.
Term 3 & 4 Replacement
Newhaven College is an independent co-
educational school on Phillip Island offering
quality education for students from Prep to
We require long service leave replacement
teachers to teach any combination of:
l VCE Specialist Mathematics, Physics and
Senior Mathematics (Term 3 & 4)
l Senior Science & Mathematics (Term 3 & 4)
l Year 7-9 Drama & English (Term 3)
For a position description visit:
Email applications to:
Applications close Friday, March 24, 2017.
In accordance with Child Protection
legislation, preferred applicants will be
subject to employment screening.
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advice contact the Trade Practices
Commission 1300 302 502.
Taxi Drivers wanted
South Coast Taxis are seeking taxi drivers
The positions would suit both those looking to
earn some extra income or those looking for
more regular shifts.
The shifts are available from our Wonthaggi
Depot working the areas of Wonthaggi and
The successful applicants must be
experienced drivers, be available to work a
mix of days, nights and weekends and hold
the appropriate licenses including the Taxi
Please send your resume by either
or post: PO Box 946, Cowes, 3922.
BRB Law has a vacancy
for a Probate Clerk
Duties will include administrative support to
the Head of Probate and team, preparation of
documents and correspondence, file
management, diary management, general
administrative duties and client liaison.
This position is full time.
Please forward your
Ms Tameaka Butler, BRB Law,
50 Bair Street, Leongatha
Applications close Friday, March 31, 2017.
Complete jobs listing online:
NATIONAL Harmony Day: Celebrate Austra-
lia’s cultural diversity on Tuesday, March 21 at
2.30pm with afternoon tea and discussion.
Harmony is achieved through inclusiveness,
respect and a sense of belonging for everyone.
Share your ideas.
Call 5672 3731 to book.
BEE Keeping for Beginners: Session 2 is on
Saturday, March 25 at 1pm. Perhaps David
Barton from the South Gippsland Beekeep-
ers Association will perform the waggle dance
to impart information on how to set up and
maintain a healthy hive and what to do if a hive
settles in an inappropriate place. Call WNC on
5672 3731 to book.
ADULT Bicycle Learn to Ride Classes: Start-
ing from scratch having never learnt or brush-
ing up on lapsed old skills? Well, come along
and learn from several enthusiastic Bike Ed
Victoria trained teachers on Monday, March
27 from 9 to 11am. Enrolment is required so
booking is essential.
Call 5672 3731.
AL-ANON Family Group Meetings are on
Monday, March 27 from 7.30 to 9pm and Fri-
day, March 31 from 10.30am to noon.
Alcoholism affects thousands of families
Al-Anon aims to help family and friends re-
cover from the effects of living with someone
whose drinking is a problem.
Al-Ateen on Monday, March 27 from 7.30 to
9pm is support for teenagers whose lives have
been affected by alcohol. For more information
on either group call Bernie on0 0412 204 813
or Bernard on 0409 822 036.
CHRONIC Pain Support Group: If you feel
that chronic pain may be isolating you, come
along to the meeting on Thursday, March 30 at
1pm with others to share experiences and gain
social support which may help you.
Guest speakers on a variety of soothing meth-
ods will join in from time to time. Call 5672
3731 to register.
COMMUNITY Councillor Catch-ups: Council-
lors from the Bunurong and Westernport Wards
have been invited to come along each month to
chat over a cuppa or catch up on an issue of
interest. The next session is Friday, March 31
REFUGEE Donation Drop Off: “There is no
‘them’ - there is only ‘us’.” Support newly ar-
rived refugees by dropping off essentials includ-
ing soap, shampoo, washing powder, tinned
fish and other items. There is a list available
at Mitchell House. These will go to the Asylum
Seeker Resource Centre for distribution.
TO BECOME involved at the WNC, or share
your ideas, visit the house between 9.30 and
3pm, Monday to Thursday and 9.30am to 1pm
Wonthaggi Neighbourhood Centre
JUST a reminder the Apply First Aid Level
2 and CPR courses are on Saturday, March 25
at Milpara in Korumburra. Bookings are essen-
The dates of accredited courses for Term 2
have also been confirmed.
Cooking something from scratch is reward-
ing, but cooking something using fresh produce
from the garden is even better.
Your taste buds are sure to be delighted if
you attend the Home Produce Cooking class on
Tuesday, March 28.
This will be an opportunity to learn new reci-
pes and of course sample the goods.
The last class for Term 1 will be the War
Gaming and Miniature Painting session on Sat-
urday, April 1.
Learn the tips and techniques to take your
painting to something special.
Painting with depth and shadowing will give
more realistic looking figures and Andrew can
show you how. Or have a game of Warhammer
K40; Andrew has a few armies ready to play.
Did you know that a financial councillor visits
This is a free service provided by UnitingCare.
People from all walks of life can find them-
selves with money problems; you can seek help
before reaching a financial crisis.
Stuart is a non-judgemental qualified profes-
sional who can suggest ways to improve your
If you would like to make a booking, call Unit-
ingCare on 5662 5150.
If you would any more information or would
like to make a booking please call the friendly
Milpara staff; Belinda, Jenni and Leisa on 5655
Milpara Community House
COMMUNITY HOUSE NEWS
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